Peplos

A plain garment sometimes worn by Archaic female statues.

Peplos

A peplos (ὁ πέπλος) is a body-length garment established as typical attire for women in ancient Greece by 500 BC (the Classical period). It was a long, tubular cloth with the top edge folded down about halfway, so that what was the top of the tube was now draped below the waist, and the bottom of the tube was at the ankle. The garment was ...
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peplos

(pep´lәs) envelope (def. 2).
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peplos

peplus noun a garment worn by women in ancient Greece; cloth caught at the shoulders and draped in folds to the waist
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Peplos

a long cloak or robe.
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Peplos

A peplos was an ancient Greek tunic worn by both men and women, arranged in folds fastened in a drape over the shoulder by brooches worn at each shoulder.
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peplos

garment worn by Greek women during the early Archaic, Classical, and Hellenistic periods (i.e., up to about 300). It consisted of a large, ... [1 related articles]
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peplos

The coat or envelope of lipoprotein material that surrounds certain virions. ... Origin: G. An outer garment worn by women ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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peplos

Type: Term Pronunciation: pep′lōs Definitions: 1. The coat or envelope of lipoprotein material that surrounds certain virions.
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peplos

[n] - a garment worn by women in ancient Greece
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