Imperial Roman. Clothing of Lictor, General, Triumpher, Magistrate.

Ancient, Roman, Costumes,
Ancient Roman Costumes

Roman Imperial clothing.

From left to right.
First row: Roman soldiers, 5. Standart-Bearer, 6. Horn-blower, 7. Chieftain, 8. Roman Soldier, 9. Slinger
Second row:
10. Lictor, 11. General, 12. Triumpher, 13. Magistrate, 14. Officer

Source: The Costumes of all Nations from the Earliest Times to the Nineteenth Century: Exhibiting the Dress and Habits of All Classes, Regal, Ecclesiastical, Noble, Military, Judicial, and Civil. H. Sotheran. By Carl Rohrbach, Albert Kretschmer. London 1882.


Note:  Civil and clerical clothing of the ancient Roman Empire.

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