The woman wears a long chiton, himation, cap with tassel, and earrings.
The clothes she wore were no longer stola and palla, but chiton and himation.
On the right is a bearded old man, wearing chiton and himation, with staff in right hand and left hand extended.
Finally, the himation was again thrown over the left shoulder, so that the ends fell over the back.
Lower part of male figure in high relief standing to the right, wearing what appears to be a himation, falling to the knees.
We mentioned before, that the himation was sometimes pulled over the back of the head like a veil.
Hegeso is richly dressed in a chiton with short sleeves, himation and sandals.
The left hand instinctively prevents the himation being displaced by the raising of the right arm.
Aphrodit wears a chiton, himation, a cap, and to judge from Carrey's drawing a veil.
In that case his right hand may have been drawing forward the end of his himation over his right knee.