Costume of the Roman Empire 31 B.C.- 476 A.D. The figure symbolizes the two characteristics that made Rome great statesmanship and military power
Rome during the height of its culture. Roman Republic. 500 B.C. – 30 B.C. The toga. The tunica. The abolla.
The Roman army. The legionary soldier. The complete equipment of the legionaries. The assault weapons. Military of the Ancient World.
Republican Rome 500 BC – 30 BC.. The costume of the Roman women are very much like the Greek dress.
Various seating furniture and its use from the Greek-Roman history. Suppedaneum, Throne chair, Bisellium, Klismos, Diphros, Sella castrensis
the Corinthian capitals. The pilasters from the Villa Medici are as perfect specimens of Roman ornament as could be found.
Greek-Roman art. Mosaics, painted bas-reliefs and wall paintings found in Herculaneum and Pompeii. Ornaments from panels, friezes, borders and mural paintings.
Roman Republic 500 BC. – 30 BC. A senator’s toga. The Paenula. A stripe, or clavis, down the center of the tunic, marks the wearer as a senator.
The early toga. This earliest model is probably the shortest and widest example of the semicircular or half-moon-shaped togas.
Man in tunic and pallium. He wears the petasos. Male hairstyles. The costumes of these figures come from Etruscan vases. Musician, blowing the double flute. The chariot