1. Department of Greek and Roman Art. "Ancient Greek Dress." Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. October 2003. The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Web 27 March 2014. <http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/grdr/hd_grdr.htm>.
I think this source is useful because it focuses specifically on my topic, and provides a lot of visual images of artifacts. This source is trustworthy because it is the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a museum I have visited and know to be incredibly respected internationally. The purpose of a museum is to preserve the past and to teach visitors about art, so I know that their information will not be biased.
2. Carr, Karen. "Ancient Greek Clothing." - Ancient Greece for Kids! 2014. Portland State University. Web 29 March 2014. <http://www.historyforkids.org/learn/greeks/clothing/>.
At first, I wasn't sure about this source because the website does not look very professional. Then, I scrolled to the bottom and saw that it was written by a university professor. University professors are usually trustworthy because they have to spend years getting a PhD and their lives researching the topic.
3. Houston, Mary. Ancient Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Costume. London: Dover Publication, 2011. Print.
I included this source because it is a BOOK and that was required. This book was published by a legitimate publisher and it contains a bunch of info about my topic so I think it's a trustworthy and useful source.
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