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DI´PHTHERA (διφθέρα), a cloak made of skins, characteristic of workmen and countrymen. (Aristoph. Cl. 72, and Schol. Vesp. 444; Plato, Crit. p. 53; Lucian, Tim. 100.12.) On σκυτίναι ἐσθῆτες in general, see Pollux (7.70), who mentions a variety with a head-gear (ἐπίκρανον) like the cucullus (q. v.). (Becker-Göll, Charikles, iii. p. 261 ff.)

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