Himation

A garment worn by female Archaic statues.

Himation

a large rectangular piece of cloth wore around the body and over the left shoulder.
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himation

(from the article `pallium`) The pallium probably developed from the ancient Greek himation, called pallium by the Romans, an outer garment formed from a rectangular piece of ... ...The smaller one—the chlamys—was of dark wool and was worn pinned on one shoulder, usually leaving the right arm free. The larger wrap was the ... ...
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Himation

An himation was an ancient Greek woollen cloak-like garment consisting of a length of fabric draped around the body, one end pulled from the back over the left shoulder, the remainder pulled across the right side of the body and carried across the chest.
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Himation

The large, wrap-around robe worn as either a cloak or in place of a tunic. The Spartans favored a crimson himation in place of the more common chition-and-chlamys combination worn by most Greeks. The Spartan version of this robe was called a tribon.
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Himation

A himation (ἱμάτιον) was a type of clothing in ancient Greece. It was usually worn over a chiton, but was made of heavier drape and played the role of a cloak. The himation was markedly less voluminous than the Roman toga. When the himation was used alone (without a chiton), and served both as a chiton and as a cloak, it was called an achi...
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himation

loose outer garment worn by ancient Greeks
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