Roman Imperial clothing
From left to right.
18.104.22.168. Roman soldiers, 5. Standart-Bearer, 6. Horn-blower, 7. Chieftain, 8. Roman Soldier, 9. Slinger
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.
(Roman, French, British, Levante fashion history)
- Ancient Roman costume history. B.C. 53 to A.D. 450.
- The Roman Tunica or Greek Chiton.
- The Roman Paenula. The cowl or hood.
- The Toga and the manner of wearing it.
- Roman legionary in full armor.
- The Gallic and Gallo-Roman costume period.
- Roman Britain. Maps, Places, Tribes. Historical atlas.
- Britannia Saxonica. Chronology of the Anglo-Saxons.
- The shields of the Gauls. Clans in the Roman Empire.
- Celt and Roman. History of England 43 BC to 440 AD.
- The Barbarian Invasions. The Migration Period in Europe, 395-527 A. D.
- The Byzantine Fashion History 5th to 6th century.
- Gallic and Gallo-Roman helmets of Celtic warriors.
- Frankish Merovingian costume history. 4th and 5th century.
- Clovis. The Merovingian Dynasty.
- The Carolingian fashion period 752-987. Reign of Charlemagne.
- The Carolingian Fashion Period 987 to 1270.
- Europe in the time of Charles the Great 768 – 814. Maps and Places.
- Roman, Greece and Egypt. The Corset and the Crinolin fashion history.
- Culture and fashion of Mesopotamia. Assyria, Babylonia and Sumer.
- Egyptian costume history.
- Ancient Greek fashion and costume history
- Minoan costume history. Ancient Greek, Crete.
- The Amazons. Female warrior.
- Costume history of the Persians and other Asiatics.
- Ancient British period. Fashion history of England. Bronze age.
- Collection of ancient costumes Egyptian, Greek, Roman and others.
- History of costumes from ancient until 19th century (Chronological collection)
- Monachism. Monastic costumes history.
- On the origin of the pants by Max Marcuse