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Costume

"Costume" Article - Table of Contents

Part 1. Costume
Greek.
Etruscan.
Roman.
Egyptian and Assyrian.
Jewish.
Oriental.
Ecclesiastical.
Vestment Use in the West.
Monastic.
Academic.
Early European and Mediaeval.

Part 2. Costume (cont.)
Costumes (especially English) from 11th to 17th Centuries.
Modern Costume.
Judicial and Forensic.
Naval and Military.
Highlands of Scotland.

Bibliography.


The above article was written by:
Alexander Stuart Murray, LL.D., F.S.A.; Keeper of Greek and Roman Antiquities, British Museum, from 1886; author of History of Greek Sculpture, Handbook of Greek Archaeology, Designs from Greek Vases, Terra-Cotta Sarcophagi.

and

Rev. Charles Boutell, M.A., one of the founders of the London and Middlesex Archaeological Society; author of English Heraldry, A Manual of British Archaeology.


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