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The Doric Chiton

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The Doric Chiton, 550 B.C. {circa)-A.D. 100

About the same time, or shortly after the introduction of the Ionic
chiton, a variation of the peplos was adapted under the name of the Doric chiton. It was worn simultaneously with the Ionic chiton, even
to the end of the first century A.D., as may be seen on many vase paintings and pieces of sculpture.
It was made of fine woollen material and woven complete in itself

Author
Costume and Fashion
The evolution of European dress through the earlier ages
By Herbert Norris
Published in 1924
Available at archive.org
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