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Unformatted text preview: retained short sleeves, some were sleeveless. The fit might be very taut or extremely ample. Numerous times the kalasiris was attired through a belt that holds together the pleat. Female fashions in Ancient Egypt possessed a tendency to be more traditional than male, contrasted from the recent western society. The majority of frequently used livery for ladies was the bare sheath dress all over the Old, Middle, and New Kingdom. Creased one point and hemmed down the edge was a rectangular piece of cloth, which materialized into the figure of a tube. It would grasp from a few inches above the ankles to just above or below the bosoms. Laboring woman sported a short make of kalasiris, but servants and slave girls sported slight more than short knickers. Although there were 7 times that apparel left their dugs exposed, though the majority of the time apparel encrusted the busts. Female’s dresses could be decorated with beads and the fabric was sometimes creased. 8...
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This note was uploaded on 03/13/2011 for the course ENGL 10203 taught by Professor Lemon during the Spring '09 term at TCU.
- Spring '09