John Ruskin - End View of the Pulpit in the church of San Ambrogio, Milan - Drawing -19th Century -Pencil with light washes of colour

Head of a girl whose braided hairstyle identify her as an assistant in the worship of Artemis Greek about 300 BCE Marble

This terracotta model depicts a female figure wearing a peplos, a popular garment for women in ancient Greece from the fifth century B.C. onward. It is usually made of a single piece of wool folded over at the top and fastened at the shoulders, leaving open the left side of the garment. 5th century Greek. 06.1151 MET

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