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Clothes and crafts in ancient Greece

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Published by Gareth Stevens Pub. in Milwaukee, WI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Civilization,
  • Handicraft,
  • Costume,
  • Clothing and dress,
  • Juvenile literature,
  • History

  • About the Edition

    Describes clothes, crafts, and festivals of the ancient Greeks, including the Minoans and Mycenaens, and the empire of Alexander the Great, discussing the people"s daily lives, their skills, and their development of democracy.

    Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 31) and index.

    StatementPhilip Steele
    SeriesClothes and crafts in history
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTT75 .S74 2000
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24952701M
    ISBN 100836827341
    ISBN 109780836827347
    LC Control Number00032245
    OCLC/WorldCa44268092

    Greek Costume Design [] Types Of Clothing []. Peplos- The peplos was a made of a large square piece of cloth was folded double on the upper body, and the entire piece of cloth was folded around the body, and fastened over each shoulder. Most Ancient Greek clothes were made of wool, although linen (cloth made from a plant called flax) was also used. The main garment for both men and women was a type of tunic called a chiton. It was made of two large rectangles of cloth fastened together with brooches or pins and gathered at the waist with a .

    A peplos (Greek: ὁ πέπλος) is a body-length garment established as typical attire for women in ancient Greece by BC (the Classical period).It was a long, tubular cloth with the top edge folded down about halfway, so that what was the top of the tube was now draped below the waist, and the bottom of the tube was at the ankle. • An argument of how fashion relates to and mirrors fine art. The connection of fashion to fine art and architecture through the ages • The basic classical clothing elements of dress of Egypt, Greece, and Rome • The ideals of fashion as they were in classical times in Ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome. We will look to see how these ideals.

    Dec 1, - Classical Greece by Tadarida In classical period (5th - 4th century bc) fabrics became more subtle and soft, so the clothes fell more naturally. Light fabric allowed more pleating than wool, so sleeves appeared. Clothes were dyed in bright colors. Ancient Greece Clothing Ancient Greek Dress Ancient Greece Fashion Ancient Greek Costumes Ancient Roman Clothing Ancient Greek Art Ancient Romans Greek Fashion Roman Fashion Ancient Greek fashions chiton 4. feast guest and dancer himatius 7. mantle 8. peplos 9. warriors woman in Phrygian cap, traveler.


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Learn about Author Central Author: Philip Steele. Like an archaeological dig, Clothes & Crafts in History offers readers an opportunity to uncover exciting details of past lives in ancient cities and times.

From descriptions and physical evidence left behind, readers learn about the variety of materials and skills that craft workers used to produce kitchen utensils, clothes, jewelry, and other items. Describes clothes, crafts, and festivals of the ancient Greeks, including the Minoans and Mycenaens, and the empire of Alexander the Great, discussing the people's daily lives, their skills, and their development of democracy.

The Hardcover of the Clothes and Crafts in Ancient Greece by Philip Steele at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. Describes clothes and crafts and festivals of the ancient Greeks, including the Minoan and Mycenaen civilizations and the empire of Alexander the Great, discussing the people's daily lives, their extraordinary skills, and their development of democracy.

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Originally published: Winchester, England: Zoë Books, Includes indexPages:   Describes clothes, crafts, and festivals of the ancient Greeks, including the Minoans and Mycenaens, and the empire of Alexander the Great, discussing the people's daily lives, their skills, and their development of democracyPages: The Greek soldier, or hoplite, usually carried a large wooden shield into battle.

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(T. H.) Carpenter Art and myth in ancient Greece: a hand-book. (World of art.) London: Thames and Hudson, Pp. [] plates. £ - Volume - Susan. Clothing in Ancient Greece consisted of lengths of rectangular linen or wool fabric.

The Greeks wore light clothes as the climate was hot for most of the year. Their garment usually consisted of two main parts: a tunic (either a peplos or chiton) and a cloak (himation).

Clothes were secured with ornamental clasps or pins at the shoulder and. ART OF ANCIENT GREECE. Ancient Greece Art has been influenced on many culture over history. The art of ancient Greece is usually divided into four periods. The first being the Geometric (Dark ages), BC. Although in reality very little is known about this time period as it was the Greek .Ancient Greek clothing consisted of lengths of linen or wool fabric, which generally was rectangular.

Clothes were secured with ornamental clasps or pins (περόνη, perónē; cf. fibula), and a belt, sash, or girdle (zone) might secure the waist.