Females dancing. Ancient Greek costume history

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Grecian Females dancing

Grecian Females dancing.

Source: Costume of the ancients by Thomas Hope. London: Printed for William Miller, 1812. Drawn & Etched by Thomas Hobe, H. Moses.

The ancient Greek costume.

Illustration, damasks, ornament
Ancient Greece
Antigone and Ismene. Greek mythology.

Antigone and Ismene. Greek mythology.

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Greek Priestess of Demeter with long-sided diploidion

Greek Priestess of Demeter with long-sided diploidion

Priestess of Demeter (Ceres) with long-sided diploidion or ampechonion.

Note:  A quadriga. Greek-Roman Gods. The ancient greek-roman culture.

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