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" This peplum was never fastened on by means of clasps or buttons, but only prevented from slipping off through the intricacy of its own involutions. Endless were the combinations which these exhibited; and in nothing do we see more ingenuity exerted, or... "
Costume of the Ancients - Page 24
by Thomas Hope - 1841 - 50 pages
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A classical and archŠological dictionary of the manners, customs, laws ...

P Austin Nuttall - 1840
...seam nor aperture. The peplum (says Hope) was never fastened on by means of clasps or buttons, hut only prevented from slipping off through the intricacy...nothing do we see more ingenuity exerted, or more fnncy displayed, than in the various modes of making the peplum form grand and contrasted draperies....
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Games for Family Parties and Children

Laura Valentine - Games - 1869 - 192 pages
...(ie Greek men) when in mourning." As Volumnia was in mourning, her peplum must be thus arranged. " This peplum was never fastened on by means of clasps...combinations which these exhibited ; and in nothing do we sec more ingenuity exerted, or more fancy displayed, than in the various modes of making the peplum...
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Good Health: 1903, Volume 38

1903
...of public appearance, and as well in its texture as in its shape, seemed to answer to our shawl." " This peplum was never fastened on by means of clasps...involutions. Endless were the combinations which these IN LONG PEPLUM AND BUTTONED SLEEVES. ii exhibited ; and in nothing do we see more ingenuity exerted...
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