There wasn’t much difference in the clothing that ancient Greeks wore. The small differences depended on who was wearing it and for what purpose. Both men and women wore a garment called a tunic. The tunics worn by men reached their knees, and the tunics worn by women came to their feet. The tunic would usually be tied at the waist.

According to the passage, both Greek men and women wore a garment called a:

tunic

Explanation

The author states that both Greek men and women wore a garment called a tunic.

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