These are ancient Greek armour decals that I made myself. If you use them, you may want to shrink them a bit in Word or whatever program you use.
Linothorax. Made of many layers of linen glued together. In the heat of battle, the glue would soften, giving it more strength and making it more comfortable and form-fitting.
Bronze cuirass. A muscled breastplate and backplate made of bronze. This muscled style was used later in the Classical Age and throughout the Hellenic Age by the wealthier citizens.
Tunic. Many Greeks could not afford any armour at all. As the spear (dory) and shield (hoplon) were the minimum gear for a hoplite, most Greeks did not have armour. The tunics were likely made from wool.