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The Thracians wore a hat (in the phrygian style) that was called an alopekis (Ancient Greek: Αλωπεκίς), which was made of a foxes scalp, with its ears prominently exposed.
 
I wasn't able to find a good representation, so sorry, no pic.
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Hats dont mean schitze......arm strength and swords and ax's do tho.....
 
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Hats dont mean schitze......arm strength and swords and ax's do tho.....
 
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Depends on what you call a "hat" CV;

Corinthian style armour and hat.



The good ole tin hat of WWI


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Originally posted by okamido



The Thracians wore a hat (in the phrygian style) that was called an alopekis (Ancient Greek: Αλωπεκίς), which was made of a foxes scalp, with its ears prominently exposed.
 
I wasn't able to find a good representation, so sorry, no pic.


The Thracian Goddess Bendis was portrayed as wearing a hat like this. She is the figure standing on the right (from a Greek vase);


Looks like she's wearing something like this;


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Good find on that vase, Sidney.
 
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