Over this was the Doric peplos, fastened on the shoulders with clasps and leaving the arms bare.
And now—now he even raised the hem of her peplos to his lips.
Pinza, however, finds here an exact parallel to Hera's peplos in Iliad, xiv.
Her long robe and peplos, of the finest white wool, also gave her an air of distinction which suited the circumstances.
On the Acropolis Paulus watched the arrival of the procession bringing this year's peplos to Athena.
The outer garment was the mantle, or peplos, shaped like a shawl and capable of a variety of picturesque drapings.
On the frieze of the Parthenon was represented by the scholars of Phidias the procession of the peplos.
A woman is seated on the couch, and raises with the left hand a fold of her peplos.
During its passage through the city the peplos was displayed on the mast and yard of a ship, which was drawn on rollers.
The peplos of Athen was a woven mantle renewed every four years.
peplos pep·los (pěp'ləs, -lŏs')
n. pl. pep·los·es
The coat or envelope of lipoprotein material that surrounds certain virions.