On the history of costumes. Twenty-sixth Sheet. Romans. Münchener Bilderbogen No. 558. Illustration by Andreas Müller.
Ancient Roman costumes. Costumes of Noble Roman women and female slave.
Source: “On the history of costumes”. Münchener Bilderbogen (Munich pictures sheets). Published by Braun & Schneider, Munich c.1858 -1898s.
- Roman Costume and Fashion History.
- Roman clothing in its diversity and development.
- The early toga. Former roman clothing. 700 BC. – 500 BC.
- The Toga and the manner of wearing it.
- The costume of the Roman women. Republican Rome.
- The usual Roman garment during the Republican Rome.
- Roman Republic. Senator in the toga. A commoner in the paenula.
- The Togatus and the Roman ladies of the imperial period.
- The Roman Tunica or the Dorian and the Ionian chiton.
- Musical instruments. Wind and Stringed instruments of ancient Rome.
- Roman headgear and hairdos of antiquity.
- The Roman army. The legionary soldier. Equipment, assault weapons.
- Roman soldiers and gladiators. Function, armor and armament.
- The Roman legionary. Reconstructed after reliefs of the Trajan’s Column.
- The Lictor panel. A stately Roman lictor in a rich costume.
- The Roman Paenula. The cowl or hood. Traveling cloak.
- Pontifex Maximus. Roman high priest of antiquity. Collegium Pontificum.
- An Augur. Roman official priesthood.
- Religious sacrificial ceremonies of Romans in ancient times.
- The Clothing of the Vestal Virgins. The Cult of Vesta in ancient Rome.
- Shoes of antiquity. Sandals, closed footwear of the ancient world.
- The Etruscans. Culture, costumes, warriors in Etruria.
- Greek-Roman furniture. Throne chair, Bisellium, Sella castrensis.
- Greek-Roman art. Mosaics, painted bas-reliefs and wall paintings.
- A quadriga. Greek-Roman Gods. The ancient greek-roman culture.
- The Roman Ornament. Corinthian and Composite Capitals. The Acanthus.
- Rome. The atrium. Interior of an ancient Roman palace.
- Pompeji. Roman architecture. The Pompeian House. The Atrium.