A pocket belt for holding ammunition.

Bandoleer

A pocket belt for holding ammunition.

A linen covering for the throat, breast and sometimes the lower part of of the face.

Barb

A linen covering for the throat, breast and sometimes the lower part of of the face.

"A scarf, denoted an article of the amictus, or outer raiment of the Greeks. It was for the most part woollen; and it differed from the himation or cloak, the usual amictus of the male sex, in being smaller, finer, and oblong instead of square, its length being generally about twice its breadth. The scarf does not appear to have been much worn by children. It was generally assumed on reaching adolescence, and was worn by the ephebi from about seventeen to twenty years of age. It was also worn by the military, especially of high rank, over their body armour, and by hunters and travellers, more particularly on horseback. The usual mode of wearing the scarf was to pass one of its shorter sides round the neck, and to fasten it by means of a brooch, either over the breast, in which case it hung down the back, or over the right shoulder, so as to cover the left arm. In the following cut it is worn again in another way." — Smith, 1873

Chlamys

"A scarf, denoted an article of the amictus, or outer raiment of the Greeks. It was for the most part…

"The chlamys was a species of cloak or scarf, oblong instead of square, its length being generally about twice its breadth." — Anthon, 1891

Chlamys

"The chlamys was a species of cloak or scarf, oblong instead of square, its length being generally about…

"Another workman in a similar way with a fleshing knife removes the fatty compounds and flesh from the flesh side." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Fleshing Knife

"Another workman in a similar way with a fleshing knife removes the fatty compounds and flesh from the…

An illustration of a white lacy handkerchief.

White Lacy Handkerchief

An illustration of a white lacy handkerchief.

"The strange male head-gear of the French. It shows the upper part of the scarf when hanging down, and often was treated as a hood for occasional use only." — Encyclopedia Britannica, 1893

Head-dress

"The strange male head-gear of the French. It shows the upper part of the scarf when hanging down, and…

"Azure, on a pall argent, four crosses fitchy sable, in chief a cross pattee of the second. PALL. A scarf in the shape of the letter Y, forming part of the vesture of a Roman Catholic prelate. It is introduced as the principal bearing of the archbishops of Canterbury, Armagh, and Dublin." -Hall, 1862

Pall

"Azure, on a pall argent, four crosses fitchy sable, in chief a cross pattee of the second. PALL. A…

This scarf is designed with ruffles at its ends.

Scarf

This scarf is designed with ruffles at its ends.

This scarf is designed with tassels at the ends and is tied around that neck.

Scarf

This scarf is designed with tassels at the ends and is tied around that neck.

This cashmere scarf is engraved in elegant scrolls.

Cashmere Scarf

This cashmere scarf is engraved in elegant scrolls.

This late 19th century winter dress is designed with a cape that is worn over the dress and a scarf. The lady is also wearing a tied ribbon on her head with feathers in the center.

Late 19th Century Winter Dress

This late 19th century winter dress is designed with a cape that is worn over the dress and a scarf.…

"With a working knife a workman partle scrapes partly shaves off the hair and scarf-skin." —The Encyclopedia Britannica, 1910

Working Knife

"With a working knife a workman partle scrapes partly shaves off the hair and scarf-skin." —The…