August 28, 2009, Newsletter Issue #220: Differences between a male roman and Greek costume

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A mans Greek costume is a simple, tubular garment. It consists of 2 rectangles joined at the shoulders and down the sides, leaving slit openings for the head and arms. There is no such thing as a Greek toga. Togas were worn only by Romans. A mans roman costume included wearing a toga over a knee-length tunic that is sleeveless or short-sleeved with a wide shawl, draped over the shoulder and wrapped around the body.

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