A view of the ancient Egyptian Temple of Hathor at Gebel Garabe, usually known as Serabit el-Khadim, in the Sinai, Egypt.
The Greek dance usually took the form of those slow measured movements which Simonides described as “silent poetry”.
The Ionic dress is more ornamental and richer than the Doric. This style became popular later in Greek history and was more complicated.
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Decoration, taken from various periods of Greek Art. Specimens of Antefix, Meanders, mosaic-work. Frieze and corona ornaments.
Ionic dress. Compared to modern dress, it was an easy, comfortable, simple style of clothing.
Besides domestic articles, and articles of attire, the Phoenicians also manufactured all kinds of knick-knacks and trinkets.
The feet of the Assyrians were covered by sandals with uppers, embracing the heel, and leaving the instep and toes uncovered.
Mesopotamia. Materials, manufacture, colors, culture. Textile design of the Assyrians.
The sleeve shapes of Assyrian clothing. Assyrian woman’s costume. Costumes for both sexes.
Assyrian dresses were richly ornamented, the opening of the dress and the bottom of the skirt bearing a double row of rosettes and long fringes