Gallic chief under Roman rule. 3rd to 4th century.
A Gallic residential interior. 1st century.
Celtic relics, ornaments of gold and bronze. Spears, knives, and swords. Necklaces, pins of bronze, and ivory bracelets.
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Gallic chieftain under the Roman domination. 2nd to 3rd century.
Gallic leader before the Roman conquest. 1st century. Gaul independent.
Gallic period—Woad, or the pastel — Tunics and boulgètes — “Mavors” and “Palla” — Cleanliness of the Gallic women — The froth of beer or kourou — The women of Marseilles; their marriage-portions — Gallo-Roman period — The Roman garment — The stola — Refinement of elegance — Extravagant luxury of women — Artificial aids — A vestiaire or wardrobe-room of the period — Shoes — Jewels and ornaments — The amber and crystal ball — Influence of the barbarians.
Merovingian queen costume from the fifth to the eighth century.
Young Gallic Woman 5th to 7th century.
Un chef des Franks. (D’après Monfaucon.)
Theodosius I also known as Theodosius the Great, Justinian I, Theodora, Byzantine empress a.o.