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Peplum originates in the Greek word for 'tunic' and may refer to one of the following:
- Peplum (film genre), genre of Greco-Roman era costume adventure films, mostly made in Italy, also known as "Sword and Sandal"
- Péplum (novel), a 1996 work by Belgian novelist Amélie Nothomb
- Peplos, a kind of women's garment in ancient Greece
- Short overskirt that is usually attached to a fitted jacket, blouse or dress
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