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  • Greek and Roman Fashions (Dover Fashion Coloring Book)

    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.

  • Ancient Greek, Roman & Byzantine Costume (Dover Fashion and Costumes)

    This scrupulously researched and abundantly illustrated book includes 315 drawings based on renderings by artists of the period to achieve utmost accuracy and authenticity.Included are elaborate examples of Aegean costume, Doric and Ionic styles of dress for women, Greek and Roman armor, graceful and intricately arranged Roman togas, the tunica — [read more]

  • The World of Roman Costume (Wisconsin Studies in Classics)

    These essays survey, document and elucidate over a thousand years of Roman garments and accessories, from Etruscan influences to the transition to early Christian and medieval garb. Subjects include functional and symbolic uses, manufacture and industry, male, female and children's garb, and daily life and official dress.

  • Bathing in Public in the Roman World

    For Romans, bathing was a social event. Public baths, in fact, were one of the few places where large numbers of Romans gathered daily in an informal context. They went to meet friends, drink wine, pick up sexual partners, and generally while away the idle afternoon hours. Despite the disapproval of the morally superior, the popularity of the baths [read more]

  • Costumes of the Greeks and Romans (Dover Fashion and Costumes)

    From headdresses to sandals, from warrior's armor to priestess's robes, the authentic costumes of people from all walks of life in the Roman and Greek civilizations are here pictured comprehensively and clearly. Three hundred finely drawn, detailed engravings (containing over 700 illustrations) show just what was worn by the poets, philosophers, pr [read more]

  • Designing Identity: The Power of Textiles in Late Antiquity

    Ideals of character and beauty, and conceptions of self and society, were in flux during Late Antiquity, a period of extensive dramatic cultural upheaval for the Roman world, as the extraordinary growth of Christianity eclipsed paganism. Textiles from Late Antiquity document transformations of cultural traditions and societal values at the most int [read more]

  • By the Emperor’s Hand: Military Dress and Court Regalia in the Later Romano-Byzantine Empire

    By the sixth century of the common era the Roman Empire already had many hundreds of years of accumulated ceremonial embedded in its government, and practical science embodied in its army.The transition from Republic to Imperium and the more hierarchical structure that entailed, and the absorption of Christianity into state processes, had pushed th [read more]

  • Roman Dress and the Fabrics of Roman Culture (Phoenix Supplementary Volumes)

    Roman Dress and the Fabrics of Roman Culture investigates the social symbolism and cultural poetics of dress in the ancient Roman world in the period from 200 BCE-400 CE. Editors Jonathan Edmondson and Alison Keith and the contributors to this volume explore the diffusion of Roman dress protocols at Rome and in the Roman imperial context by looking [read more]

  • Costume of Ancient Rome (Costume of the Ancient World)

    Students can learn much about a country or an era by examining its styles of clothing.

  • Wearing the Cloak: Dressing the Soldier in Roman Times (ANCIENT TEXTILES SERIES)

    Wearing the Cloak contains nine stimulating chapters on Roman military textiles and equipment that take textile research to a new level. Hear the sounds of the Roman soldiers' clacking belts and get a view on their purchase orders with Egyptian weavers. Could armour be built of linen? Who had access to what kinds of prestigious equipment? And [read more]