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Männerchiton - Der Chiton ist das populärste Unterkleid der Bevölkerung des antiken Griechenland und wird traditionell direkt am Körper getragen. Somit ist der Männerchiton das griechische Gegenstück

•	Himation—The most common way of wearing it seems to have been with the upper corner covering the left shoulder, the bulk of the fabric wrapped across the back, passed under the right arm, and draped over the right shoulder or carried across the left arm.

• Himation—The most common way of wearing it seems to have been with the upper corner covering the left shoulder, the bulk of the fabric wrapped across the back, passed under the right arm, and draped over the right shoulder or carried across the left arm.

•	Ionic Chiton—When worn by men it could be either short or long, when worn by women it was long (to the ground).  It was full, had longer sleeves and fastened with many small brooches at the shoulder.   It was made of lightweight wool or pleated linen. (550 BC to 480 BC, less often from 480 BC to 300 BC).

• Ionic Chiton—When worn by men it could be either short or long, when worn by women it was long (to the ground). It was full, had longer sleeves and fastened with many small brooches at the shoulder. It was made of lightweight wool or pleated linen. (550 BC to 480 BC, less often from 480 BC to 300 BC).