Tunics, nothing or loincloths depending on their services to their masters.
Slavery was endemic and practised by almost everyone during the age of ancient Greece. Ancient Greeks were taken as slave by others and took people as slaves of other nation city/states
women watched over the slaves while working just to make sure that they wouldn't try to get away.
Slavery was a major industry in all of the Ancient world during 300 BC, particularly Rome and Greece. As the Romans expanded and explored new lands they captured slaves. In Greece many of the slaves were also captured foreigners.
Democracy had its origins in ancient Greece.
Slaves in ancient Greece would cook, clean, farm, and other household tasks for their master.
The slaves of ancient Greece were allowed to talk, as long as the talking did not get in the way of their work.
In ancient Greece they used war slaves called "Helots". these slaves were sometimes set free after working for so many years. basically like POW's that are slaves.
A lot of jewlery, make up and nice clothing unlike the slaves who sometimes wore nothing.
The social structure of ancient Greece was basically split between free men and slaves. The slaves had absolutely no rights, and neither did women or children.
no they did not wear it
yes---slaves did the job of the women
A long fabric called chiton
Women, forieners, and slaves