What did people wear in Jesus's time?


During the time of Jesus, people used to wear sleeveless tunics that were either knee or ankle-long in length. They also tied a girdle, which was a wide belt that kept the tunic in its rightful position. People wore wooden and leather scandals on their feet.
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In Jesus' time, people wore cloaks or robes that were worn as outer garments for warmth and appearance. They also wore the inner tunic that is a long garment that reached the ankles. The belt or girdle was also worn and sometimes with a shoulder strap. A Headdress was worn chiefly as a protection against the sun.
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