The second figure is from a later date, although the artist who drew her intended to represent a person from the classical era. Nevertheless, we notice immediately that the top of the costume is shaped, and it has a voluminous skirt that doesn't appear to be made from the same fabric. So, we would be correct in dating it well after the pure, draped forms of the classical period and, if our costume history is good enough, we might guess at the Renaissance, which would be right.

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