Category: Roman

Ancient Roman Costume History

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Statue of Ceres, the Roman goddess of agriculture, fertility and marriage.

Ancient, Roman, Statue, Ceres, Tunica, Chiton, Marbles, British Museum,

A statue of Ceres, crowned in the manner of the Egyptian Isis. This figure is clothed in a very long and ample tunic descending quite to the ground, leaving visible only the extremities of the feet; the sleeves are extremely full, falling down to the elbows, and fastened, along the upper side of the arms, only by fibulae.