Tunics were augmented as neccessary by underwear, or with various kinds of cold-or-wet weather wear, such as knee-breeches for men, and cloaks, coats and hats.In colder parts of the empire, full length trousers were worn. A history of Greece from the Mycenaean Age to the end of the Archaic Period. Ancient Greece: A Political, Social, and Cultural History. A history of Greece from Mycenae to the Hellenistic Age. The classic introduction to life in Mycenaean Greece. After criticizing other views, the author defends the theory that changes in military technology and tactics made chariots obsolete and left palaces and cities at the mercy of piratical raiders. Ancient Greece from Prehistoric to Hellenistic Times.
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Clothing, footwear and accoutrements identified gender, status, rank and social class, and offered a means of social control, which was probably most apparent in the segregation of seating tiers at public theatres, games and festivals.
Magistrates, priesthoods and the military had their own distinctive and privileged forms of dress.