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Through looking up the museum notes on this statue I learned what a chiton, an himation and a pedum were – I had not come across the terms before.
The chiton and himation were types of costume, the chiton was a gown whereas the himation was more of an outer garment.
The pedum was a stick associated with the god Pan
My notes on the statue can be found here: Statue of Thalia