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Uraeus Headdress: worn by kings and queens. Wide Collar: heavily jeweled collar. Apron: a triangular stiffened piece that covered the genital area, worn with schenti. Schenti: a wrapped skirt with a length that was dependant on your class, sometimes worn with apron. Ancient Egyptian Male
Wide collar: a heavily jeweled collar Kalasiris: a close- fitting linen garment that begns below the breasts and ends at the lower calf or ankle. Apron: a decorative outer belt tied so that a stiffened piece of fabric hung down in the front. Schenti: a wrapped skirt.
Loin cloth: common garment in Egypt Apron: stiffened piece of fabric.
Apotygma- over fold in a Doric Chiton Doric Chiton- a sleeveless chiton with an apotygma Fibula- A pin Chignon: Small bun
Helmet- large plume on top and made of metal. Cuirass- Close fitting body armor made out of leather or metal. Shield- used to protect against weapons.. Greaves- shaped metal or leather that cover the legs. Chiton: basic garment for the Greeks
Chiton- a garment draped on both shoulders and has a short length. Kolpos- blousing fabric at the waist line of a chiton. Himation- Large rectangle piece of fabric drape around the body. Chiton
Umbo- pouch, folded to make pocket. Sinus- overfold Toga Wrapped garment AMICTUS: Wraped around Tunica Indutus (put on)
Tunica: basic garment for Romans Palla- shawl that is worn over tunica Palla- shawl
Tunica: a SEWN garment Solae- sandals of time Lacerna- rectangular cape Paenula: cloak with hood Indutus: Means PUT ON
Chasuble: used during mass or ceremonies; sleeveless semi circular Pallium: Y shaped, worn by clergy Stole: thin rectangular scarf Superhumeral Ornamental collar
MANTLE: rectangular wrap could be closed or open Bliaut: belted at waist long dress closely fitted with large sleeves
Paludamentum: Cloak of officer or high class Hauberk: chain metal tunic for military Nasal: protective covering over nose part of helmet Tunic: straight loose fitting garment with varying lengths
MAPPA: Large Handkerchief PALLA: Large shawl TABLION: Square decoration TUNIC: Basic UNBELTED dress of the Period
Poulaine A pointed shoe Tippets Sleeves that come to a very sharp point COTE: tight fitting under gown SURCOTE: Over gown Cote-Hardie Tight doublet with sleeves and skirted
What is the design called? Parti-Colored A multi-colored garment, often with one side embroidered based on the colors and the emblems in a coat of arms. Cote GORGET: Neck covering
Cote-hardie A tight fitting doublet with sleeves and skirted. Chaperon Liripipe: Long tail of chaperon
Renaissance Duck billed shoes Doublet Skirtless usually covered the arms Panes: Slashing in clothing to reveal underneath Jerkin: Thick suit like jacket without sleeves
conical, boned petticoat used to give desired silhouette to a woman’s skirt. underneath Spanish farthingale Square neckline Contour or shape of clothing at neck, shoulder, or above the bust. camica Shirt like undergarment underneath corset A stiffened bodice used to shape a woman’s figure. Kirtle: Underskirt usually with a CF section make od embroidered fabric or silk/ taffetta
whisk wide, flat, lace-trimmed or plain collar gown skirt and bodice underneath French Farthingale boned, stiffened cylindrical skirt worn under outer gown to give the proper silhouette. stomacher heavily embroidered or jeweled V-shaped panel over chest, extending down to a point over stomach held in place by busks. Standing Ruff ruff wired to stand in a desired position Elizabethan
ruff pleated, stiff white collar of varying widths usually edged in lace projecting from neckline like a wheel around neck. peascod bellied doublet a doublet stuffed in the front to form a projection over the waist. trunk hose upper stocks that are padded and may be paned. skirted doublet round house or pumpkin breeches tightly stuffed upper stocks that may be paned. pantoffles slipper shoes Elizabethan Mandillion: Short cape with gold braid
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