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
The Roman army. The legionary soldier. The complete equipment of the legionaries. The assault weapons. Military of the Ancient World.
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
Military of ancient Rome. Roman legions. Field signs. The legionary eagle. The Signifier, Aquilifer, Pincipales. The Roman army. The standard of the barbarians.
Egypt. Hieratic paintings from Egypt and Nubia. Gods and Goddesses. Pharaos and Queens. The Schenti. The Klaft, Khat or Nemes headscarf. The Egyptian double crown. The Atef.
Egyptian and Asian chariots. Warfare. Arming of the various ancient Near Eastern peoples. Egyptian chariots lined up in a line on the battlefields.
The representations on this panel are taken from Upper Egyptian wall paintings. War dresses. Headgear and various costumes. The pharaoh in the fight. The war chariot. Vultures and sparrowhawks were the symbol of supreme power.
The Phrygian cap. Armenian tiara. The weapons of the Parthians. The costumes of Persia. Armenian. Pearl embroidered mitre. Anaxyrides. Amazons. The mitre and crown. Furniture.
The armament of the heroic period. The Greek army. The Hoplit, the Peltast, The Rider, the Phalangit, the Archer, the victorious Warrior, the Great Goddesses of war and hunting, Athena and Artemis. The Purpure. Bourgeois costume at the time of Ptolemy.
War, race and triumphal chariots. Greek soldier. Leader in full armor. Different types of the Greek helmet and weapons.