Ancient greek royal dress with elaborate designs and golden patterns www.tmth.edu.gr/... Clothing in ancient Greece primarily consisted of the chiton, peplos, himation, and chlamys. While no clothes have survived from this period, descriptions exist from contemporary accounts and artistic depiction. Clothes were mainly homemade, and often served many purposes (such as bedding).
It's funny how you have a man known as the Oncoming Storm, another known as the Dark One, a girl who stood up to the weeping angels, a man whom death has no hold over, another who survived Pompeii and will undoubtedly go on to do greater things, and it all pales in comparison to the capital E Evil! that the man in the bottom right corner is.
Pompeii's Roman Baths. Roman baths were very important to the Romans. It wasn't just hygienic, but it was a social opportunity. The baths had complex heating and cooling systems. They had ornately decorated each building.