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Roman clothing - outfit actually commonly worn by scribes or literate people.

This man is wearing a toga. Only male citizens of Rome were allowed to wear togas. They were made out of wool and were very large. The material was not sewn or pinned but was draped around the body and over one arm.

The Romans - Education | HistoryOnTheNet

The Romans - Education

many different classes, occupations and clothing of the Romans ~ illustration by O. Scarpelli

many different classes, occupations and clothing of the Romans ~ illustration by…

The Tutulus Hairstyle: Ancient Roman Hairdressing-this hairstyle was used by the High Priestess of Juno and is one the oldest Roman hairstyles. It was the traditional hairstyle of Roman matrons. circa 40 B.C.

The Tutulus Hairstyle: Ancient Roman Hairdressing-this hairstyle was used by the High Priestess of Juno and is one the oldest Roman hairstyles. It was the traditional hairstyle of Roman matrons. circa 40 B.

Each class had a specific type/colored gladiator. For example Patricians wore red sandals with an ornament on the back.

Roman costume history - Footwear - Gladiator sandals- Hope's 'Costume of the Ancients.

Illustration of Ancient Roman Toga & Peplos  Google Image http://visual.merriam-webster.com/images/clothing-articles/clothing/elements-ancient-costume_1.jpg

Toga's were perhaps the most popular clothing choice in ancient roman times, being worn by men and women alike.

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