Ancient costume history. Greek, Egypt, Roman. Greece Dancing Females Ancient costume history. Collection of ancient costumes, statues, and fabrics from Egypt, Greek, Minoan, Assyria, Roman, Levante, Gaul, German. Greece of Antiquity. GREECE. MEALS AND BANQUET. FURNITURE AND TABLE EQUIPMENT. GREECE. WAR COSTUMES. DIFFERENT WEAPONS. WAR-CARRIAGES. Coiffures of Ancient Greece Ceramics. Ornaments on vases. Ornaments on vases. Greece Hoplite 600 B.C. Hoplite warrior 1. Travelling Costume. 2.3. Greece Females. 4. Grecian King. 5.6. Bridal Pair. 7. Female Basket-Bearer at Sacrificial Festival. 8. Priestess of Ceres. 9.11. Feamles. 10. Commander in Chief. 12 Grecian King. Above: Dipstick leak with lion head. Found at Selinunt, Sicily. Below: Ornament at the Parthenon. The peplos of ancient Greece Greece tragic and comic masks Greece breast-band or Strophĭon Lady of Ancient Greece Ancient Greece Costume with zone, cincture girdle The Lyre Lesson and the Poetry Lesson. The Flute Lesson and the Writing Lesson. Ancient Greece musicians and instruments Antique Fresco. The marriage of Peleus and Thetis Greece musicians with instruments Statue of Pan Libera, or the female Bacchus in a tunic Statue of Athénè. Plate 68 Statue of Athénè. Statue of Athénè Statue of Athénè. Statue of Athénè. Greek Female dancer Greek girl in chiton Greek girl in chiton Demeter with clasp-fastened chiton and veil Side view of figure with detached diploidion. Priestess of Demeter (Ceres) with long-sided diploidion or ampechonion. Figure with ampechonion or outer garment, and sleeveless chiton buttoned to give the appearance of sleeves. Figure, Athene with chiton reaching to the feet. Figure with long-sided chiton. Figure with diploidion or bib over peplos and chiton poderes. Coiffure Grèque Coiffure Grèque Coiffure Grèque Ancient Greek cultural items. Greek Athletes. Bacchus priest. Greek King. Greek agricultural people Greek Military leaders Greek Priestess, Nobility. Greece combatants Grecian Ladies Dancing females Greco-Roman art. Frisco, mural painting. Idem painted sculpture. Paintings on amphoras and glasses. Paintings on vessels from Athens. Greek Art. Attempt funeral in Stelen. Fragment of a frisco. Ceramics. Ornaments on vases. Corinthian capital of the Lisícrates Memorial (Lisícrates lantern) in Athens. Doric Capital in Paestum. Decorative Figure on an amphora of Naples museum. Vase and painted clay. Caryatid of Erejteyon. Bronze helmet with ornate hair and feather crest. Greek Ancient Times Greek lady from Sicily Dorian Chiton. Amazon on horse from greek vase Statue of Ceres, or Iris Satyr Bust of a Bacchante A Sphinx Hermaphrodite Warrior, Minerva and Diana Greek Lady seated with her umbrella Ancient Greek weapons Ptolemaic Kings and Queens Headdress Grecian Females dancing Female flute player Telesphorus and Hygeia Grecian female Grecian head-dress Grecian head-dress Grecian head-dress Grecian head-dress Grecian head-dress Grecian Head Dress Grecian Head Dress Grecian Head Dress Grecian Head Dress Grecian Head Dress Related The Ancient Greek fashion history. Clothing in Ancient Greece. Minoan costume history 1600 B.C. The Palace of Minos at Knossos. The Amazons. Female daring fighters and equestrian warriors. Egypt of Antiquity Nefertiti was the main wife (Great Royal Wife) of the king (Pharaoh) Akhenaten (Amenophis IV.) and lived in the 14th century BC. Her name Neferet-iti means “Beauty has come” and is written from the 5th year of Echnaton’s reign with the surname Nefer-neferu-Aton (“Beauty are the beauties of Aton”) in a cartouche Bronze cat of the Saïte age. Barrere Collection. 26th dynasty (664-525 B.C. “Saïtian” dynasty in relation to Saïs and the time of the domination of this city in ancient Egypt) The Great Royal Wife of the Pharaoh with noble women. King of Egypt with court official and servant. EGYPTIAN ART. DECORATIVE PAINTINGS. EGYPTIAN ART. JEWELLERY. Plate 10. Ancient Egypt Priestess Plate 8. Ancient Egyptian Queen Bust and head of Princess Nefret (Cairo, Museum). Neferetiabet was a princess of the ancient Egyptian 4th Dynasty (approx. 2613 to 2494 BC.). Her exact classification is not quite certain, but she was probably a daughter of Pharaoh Cheops. Plate 7. EGYPTIAN DECORATION Plate 9. Ancient Egypt Decoration Plate 6. Thuthu, Wife of Ani Plate V. Ani, A Scribe. Plate 2, Ancient Egyptian Queen Plate 4. The God Osiris Plate 1. Ancient Egyptian Goddess Late Antique Fabrics from Egypt. Plate 3, Egyptian dress decoration Hall of State. In the Palace of an Egyptian Nomarch Egyptian house after Auguste Racinet. Alethe, Priestess of Isis. Colossal figures in the front of the great temple of Abu Simbel Egypt, by David Roberts 1838 Front elevation of the great temple of Abu Simbel Egypt, by David Roberts 1838 Wall Paintings Thebes. Egyptian Art. Pharaoh crowns Assyrian and Egyptian Charriots Painting: Plants & Flowers, drawn from various monuments. Old Egyptian lotus and papyrus ornaments Painting: Bouquets painted in the tombs (19th & 20th dynasties.) Fan of feathers. Feather jewelry for decoration of horses. Pharaoh headdresses. Insignia of officers. Papyrus plants. Oars boat decorated with lotus and the divine eye. Ornaments from graves of Karnak, Thebes, Saqqara, sarcophagus decorations. The ornaments taken from sarcophaguses of pharaohs as they are in the Louvre in Paris. Capitals of the great pillars of the Temple of Luxor, Thebes, from the time of Amunophs III., 1250 BC Capitals of the great pillars of the Temple of Luxor and the Temple of Philae. Column capital of Philae Rope ornaments of royal robes, ornaments of armor and mummy cases. The ornaments are paintings of tombs from different parts of Egypt. They correspond to fabric samples or straw mats and on them were kings. Ornaments of tombs in Thebes, Karnak Portrait of Prince Mantouhichopchf son of Ramses Miamun (XIXth. Dynasty) Portrait of Ramses Miamun (Ramses II. – Nineteenth Dynasty) Iconic group of Tai (Ti) and his wife. Necropolis of Memphis (Fifth Dynasty) Offering flowers & fruit (Necropolis of Thebes – XIXe.dynastie) Writer, painted red limestone. The goddess Anouke & Ramses II (Talmis – nineteenth dynasty.) Reduction of a sketch representing Seti I (Necropolis of Thebes. – 19th Dynasty) Length portrait of Ramses III (necropolis of Thebes – Twentieth Dynasty.) Painting: Portrait of Queen Nebto daughter of Ramesses II Miamun (nineteenth dynasty.) Painting: Player of mandore (Nécrolpole Thebes – Eighteenth Dynasty.). Painting: Portrait of Pharaoh Merenptah (Necropolis of Thebes – 19th dynasty.) Painting: Back of hunting (Necropolis of Thebes – 17th dynasty.) Painting: Return of the boat hunter (Beni Hasan – Twelfth Dynasty.) Painting: Native of Punt (Thebes: El-Assacif – 17th dynasty.). Sculpture: Types & portraits (ladies of various periods). Sculpture: Studies of heads from the canon of proportion (workshops Memphis and Thebes) Sculpture: Types & portraits (senior officials from various periods). Chariot relating to a prince. (Tell el-Amarna – 18th dynasty.) Sculpture: Fighting Ramses Miamun against the Khitas on the banks of the Orontes (Thebes – Ramesseum – 19th dynasty.) Amenhotep on the lap of a goddess Winged Figure. Isis or Nephthys Tai-Ti, Queen of Amenhotep III. Ancient Egyptian Fabrics Ancient Egyptian Fabrics Ceiling pattern of a Theban tomb of the XV. Century BC The Inner Temple view of Philae. Isis Temple on the island of Philae. “House of the beginning”. Adornments and weapons of the ancient Egyptians Ancient Egyptians in the fight Courtly Music and Furnishings of Ancient Egypt Costumes of the ancient Egyptians Costumes of the ancient Egyptians Ancient Egyptian mirrors and vessels The Tempel of Luxor Related Ancient Egyptian costume and fashion history. Decoration & coloring. Assyrian, Babylonian costume history. Mesopotamia. Roman clothing in its diversity and development within history. Roman Culture of Antiquity Statue of Hadrian Statue of Ceres, or Iris Septimus Severus Bust of Minerva Bust of Juno Ancient Roman Costumes Roman Costumes Greco Roman Culture Greco Roman culture Greco-Roman art, depicting gods and objects Ancient Greco-Roman warriors, gods and objects Roman Artefacts. Daggers, Axe, Pottery, Jug. Roman Military Insignia Roman jewelry hairstyle, footwear Roman armor, shields, weapons, helmets, sandals, music instruments, jewelry, furniture. Battle between the Romans and the Dacians. Roman Shields, Scutum, Aspidai. Lorica Squamata Laminated Lorica Roman Helmets Roman General. Abdominal Cuirass with lambrequins. Roman armed emperor. Roman Orator in sleeveless tunic. Roman in sleeved tunic and female in tunica recta. Roman Scutum Shields Roman in long-sleeved tunic. Noble Roman women, slave Roman Emperor, Lictor, Senator Germanic mercenaries, Roman general Roman officers Warrior, Minerva and Diana Herodias (8 BC to 39 AD). Divorced wife of Herodes Boethos. Roman gladiator helmets Greco Roman Pompeii. Satyr Performing masks Roman Palace after Auguste Racinet. Antique Helmet of bronze, found at Ribchester, England. Source: History of the County Palatine and Duchy of Lancaster by Edward Whatton Antigone and Ismene Marc Antony and the Dead Cæsar. THE ARMING OF ROMAN SOLDIERS AND GLADIATORS AFTER THE LAST PERIOD OF THE REPUBLIC. Gallic Roman temple in honor of Augustus in 1st century A.C. at Lugdunum. Roman legionary The same figure from behind. Roman hairstyles and head-dresses. Roman helmet Minerva helmet Minerva helmet Minerva helmet Related The Roman Costume and Fashion History in Antiquity. Byzantine fashion history. Costumes and modes from 5th to 6th century. ShareRelated Posts:Ancient Persian costume history. General description.Roman clothing in its diversity and development.The Greek Costume & Fashion History of Antiquity.