Greek and Roman Fashions
Rich assortment of clothing styles — from garments worn by the nobility of Crete (2000–1200 BC) to the apparel of a Roman senator and his family in the late Imperial Period (300–487 AD). Also includes colorable portraits of Greek peasants, Etruscan dancers, Roman gladiators wearing metal shoulder plates and chain mail, more.
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