Gallic chieftain under the Roman domination. 2nd to 3rd century.
Gallic period—Woad, or the pastel — Tunics and boulgètes — “Mavors” and “Palla” — Cleanliness of the Gallic women — The froth of beer or kourou — The women of Marseilles; their marriage-portions — Gallo-Roman period — The Roman garment — The stola — Refinement of elegance — Extravagant luxury of women — Artificial aids — A vestiaire or wardrobe-room of the period — Shoes — Jewels and ornaments — The amber and crystal ball — Influence of the barbarians.
Young Gallic Woman 5th to 7th century.
Byzantine empire costumes, 300-700 A.D. Description: 1. Theodosius I also known as Theodosius the Great (Latin. Theodosius Magnus) Emperor of the Roman Empire in the east, in the 379th. 2.… Read More
The pattern shows a transformation of a Sassanid pattern of VI-VII. Century. The fabric itself belongs to the Byzantine period of the VII.-VIII. Century.
The Nobility. State Costume — Men 6th, 7th and 8th Centuries. Goldsmiths’ Work. Costume of the Middle Classes Men. Lower Classes. The Glove. Costume of the Nobility Women. Jewellery of the Franks.
Clothing of the early Christians and Arabs in the Middle East from the 4th to the 6th century.
Germanic clothing and weaponry during the Stone Age. Germanic women and men clothing, jewelry and weapons during the Bronze Age.
Ancient warriors. Life-size figures in full armor and equipment. Carl Gimbel Collection.