Byzantine Costumes Paper Dolls

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Courier Corporation, Mar 25, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
Two dolls; 16 authentic costumes accurately represent fashions of the Byzantine Empire from A.D. 395-1453. Includes elaborately decorated tunics, brocaded silk stoles, shirts enhanced with patterned appliqué, pantaloons of rich silk, and more. Accompanied by elaborate headdresses, shoes with pointed toes, dazzling pieces of jewelry, and other authentic period accessories. For paper doll fans, students of costume history and design, and anyone interested in ancient cultures.

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One of the leading authorities on fashion history, Tom Tierney created over 150 paper doll books for Dover Publications. With subjects ranging from U.S. Presidents to popular movie stars, Mr. Tierney's books are famous for being carefully researched and meticulously rendered. His releases are prized by fashion professionals, collectors, and paper doll lovers all over the world.

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