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Ancient Greek Women's Dress and Hair

Ancient Greek Women's Dress and Hair

From drawings in Styles of Ornament by Alexander Speltz, 1904

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From Karl Kohler's Kostumewerk:

GreeceKohlerColorplate1.jpg Cretan snake goddess figure

GreeceKohlerColorplate2.jpg Greek woman and man from vase painting

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