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Terra Celtica, Poland. Iron Age Celtic Garb

Terra Celtica, Poland. Iron Age Celtic Garb

Reconstruction of the ways of wearing the Anglo-Saxon peplos based on archeological evidence and Continental sources. "Cloth and Clothing in early Anglo-Saxon England", Penelope Walton Rogers.

Reconstruction of the ways of wearing the Anglo-Saxon peplos based on archeological evidence and Continental sources. "Cloth and Clothing in early Anglo-Saxon England", Penelope Walton Rogers.

Early Leine - http://www.eg.bucknell.edu/~lwittie/sca/picts/irish.5th-10th.leine.jpg

Early Leine - http://www.eg.bucknell.edu/~lwittie/sca/picts/irish.5th-10th.leine.jpg

@Patrick Dallanegra

@Patrick Dallanegra

Roman dress (stola and palla) of soft pink linen. This set is accompanied by a veil and stephane as seen in the picture below.(I think the stola was worn as a veil, I don't think they had two separate articles on.I love the stripe!

Roman dress (stola and palla) of soft pink linen. This set is accompanied by a veil and stephane as seen in the picture below.(I think the stola was worn as a veil, I don't think they had two separate articles on.I love the stripe!

Chiton thing! I love the lines of this chiton.

Chiton thing! I love the lines of this chiton.

Women & Girls - Dulcia's Closet: Roman  Wrapping a palla

Women & Girls - Dulcia's Closet: Roman Wrapping a palla

Hey, guys! Check it out:     It's me!  Hi!       I can has Roman!  Our upcoming fall baronial event is Byzantine-themed, and folks are dragg...

Hey, guys! Check it out: It's me! Hi! I can has Roman! Our upcoming fall baronial event is Byzantine-themed, and folks are dragg...

De romerske kvinders klædedragt

De romerske kvinders klædedragt

Roman Women typically wore stola. They were usually featured more color than their Male counterparts (toga), though the material still identified the social standing of the wearer.

Roman Women typically wore stola. They were usually featured more color than their Male counterparts (toga), though the material still identified the social standing of the wearer.