S: Seasons of Change
FC: Ancient Gap
1: Would it be Comfortable for us to Wear Egyptian Clothing Today?
2: Ancient Egyptian Men's Clothing | Men wore shirts that wrapped around themselves and were held up by a belt. Sometimes they wore skirts. Different kingdoms wore different length skirts. Rich men wore linen, head dresses, and jewelry.
3: Men couldn't wear that clothing today. If you wore a skirt today, you would be odd and strange. Men couldn't run or lift things if they wore skirts. Men would get cold during the winter with the skirts. Men today do wear jewelry. | Men's Clothing today
4: Ancient Egyptian Women's Clothing | Women washed before they put clothes on. They also put oil on themselves to smell nice. They wore their hair up and some people wore wigs. The rich also wore fine jewelry. | Women wore white gowns or sheaths. The dresses had two shoulder straps and it went down to the ankles. The dresses were really tight. Sometimes different color stripes were put on dresses.
5: Women today wouldn't have the time to take a shower every time they changed clothes. Today they put lotion instead of oil on themselves to smell nice. Hair is worn up by women today, but only some people wear wigs. Not only rich people wear jewelry. Many people wear jewelry. Women wear dresses and gowns, but they would get cold if that was all they wore. | Women's Clothing Today
6: In Ancient Egypt, children under six didn't wear any clothing, but they had a hairstyle called side-lock. Side-locks meant they wore their hair to the right side. Children wore bracelets which were collars, anklets, bracelets, and hair accessories. Once they turned six they were allowed to wear clothing, but they had to wear clothing once a child hit puberty. | Ancient Egyptian Children
7: children's Clothing Under six today | If kids didn't wear any clothing their parents would get arrested. Kids would feel too cold and catch many viruses. If they didn't wear clothing, they wouldn't be allowed to do many activities.
8: Pharaohs wore crowns. They wore loin around their waists and leopard skin around their shoulders. They wore gold and silver clothing around their heads. Their clothing showed how wealthy they were. | Ancient Egypt Pharaoh's clothing
9: Today, we don't have Pharaohs; we have Presidents. They are not supposed to show off their wealth through their clothes. If they only wore loin and leopard skin around themselves, they would become chilly. | President's clothing today
10: Jewelry was worn in Ancient Egypt. Wealthy people wore fine jewelry. They wore rings, bracelets, fancy collars, rings, and buttons. Ordinary people wore beads and copper for jewelry. Some jewelry was made out of gold from Nubia. When someone died, they buried their own gold. They wore ornament pectoral, golden rigs, and golden bracelets. | Ancient Egyptian jewelry
11: many people today wear jewelry. they don't have to be very wealthy to wear nice jewelry. If they wore all of that jewelry, the jewelry would get too heavy. If fine jewelry was mostly made out of gold, most people would not buy fine jewelry. | Jewelry today
12: Sandals were only occasionally worn in Ancient Egypt. Pharaohs wore sandals made out of gold. Most of the time, no shoes were worn. | Ancient Egyptian footwear
13: Today, we couldn't occasionally wear sandals. We wouldn't be able to run and do other activities. If we didn't wear shoes, just as they didn't, people would step on sharp objects and scrape their feet. They wouldn't be able to do activities. | Footwear today
14: Priests were not allowed to wear wool or leather sandals because it was considered unclean. they were not allowed to wear wigs either. They bathed many times a day for Anum. They also wore leather robes. | Ancient Egyptian priest's clothing
15: Today, priests are allowed to wear wool and leather. If priests only wore leather robes, they would become cold. | Priest's clothing today
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21: Ancient Egyptians At A Glance http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ Ancient_Egyptian_fashion>.