Ancient Hellenic women- images…1° part

Figure wearing diplax or mantle doubled over the chiton poderes, or chiton reaching to the feet.

Figure with long-sided chiton.

Figure with diploidion or bib over peplos and chiton poderes.

Figure with ampechonion or outer garment, and sleeveless chiton buttoned to give the appearance of sleeves.

Priestess of Demeter with long-sided diploidion or ampechonion.

Side view of figure with detached diploidion.

Demeter with clasp-fastened chiton and veil (kredemnon).

Girdle with clasp-fastened chitons; the upper part is doubled over, and the girdle goes over the two thicknesses of the cloth.

Girdle with clasp-fastened chitons; the upper part is doubled over, and the girdle goes over the two thicknesses of the cloth.

Girdle with clasp-fastened chitons; the upper part is doubled over, and the girdle goes over the two thicknesses of the cloth.

Priestess of Demeter wearing simplest form of chiton girt at the waist; the upper part hangs over in front as a diploidion.

Female with chiton arranged with long sides, upper part folded over in front.

Priestess with chiton and veil (kredemnon).

Figures wearing chitons with upper part folded over as a bib, and fastened at the shoulders by clasp.

Figures wearing chitons with upper part folded over as a bib, and fastened at the shoulders by clasp.

Bacchante with sacred fillet and thyrsus; chiton folded over and girt over the two thicknesses of cloth.

Figure with chiton, upper part hanging over to give the effect of a second garment.

Girl with chiton made of one large piece of cloth; it is embroidered on the upper or diploidion part to represent a bib.

Bacchante with the crotals, dancing, showing the opening at the sides of the garment.

Female dancer with himation only, called, when thus worn, achiton, i. e. without chiton.

Bacchante with thyrsus, wears chiton over girt diploidion, and scarf (mantile).

Bacchante with crotals, wears single chiton without doubled part, and scarf (mantile).

Bacchante with torches, wearing himation, or cloak.

Bacchante with rod of sesamum, wearing chiton and himation.

Female flute-player, wearing chiton and himation.

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