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Clothes of the Ancient World

Hatt, Christine (Book - 2001 )
Clothes of the Ancient World


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From the earliest times, people have worn clothes, not just for warmth, but to show their status or role in a group. Some wore special clothes for religious purposes, others dressed simply to look good and attract a partner. Clothes of the Ancient World looks at how fashions developed with the rise and fall of the early civilizations. Stunning, detailed artwork on every page recreates the clothes worn by men, women, and children in ancient times.
Authors: Hatt, Christine
Title: Clothes of the ancient world
Publisher: New York :, Peter Bedrick Books,, 2001
Characteristics: 48 p. :,col. ill. ;,31 cm
Series:
Statement of Responsibility: Christine Hatt ; illustrated by Jane Tattersfield
Notes: Originally published: United Kingdom : Belitha Press, c2000
Includes index
Contents: Introduction
How we know
Prehistoric clothing
Mesopotamia
Ancient Egypt
Pharaohs and queens
Hebrews
Persia
Crete and Mycenae
Ancient Greece
Ancient Greek actors and soldiers
Ancient Rome
Soldiers in ancient Rome
The Celts
The Migrating tribes
Ancient India and Pakistan
Ancient China
The Ancient Americas
Material matters
Ancient accessories
Maps of the ancient world
ISBN: 0872266702
Branch Call Number: j 391 H366ca 2001
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