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Basic unit of clothing: Tunica- ankle length, sleeveless or short sleeve garment Men/boys- tunica belted at waist to be knee length
Sub Tunica only evident in mosaics and some paintings
Calceus, i- shoe Solea, ae- sandal
Worn by boys and elected government officials Worn with striped tunic Boys’ stripes were narrower
Plain toga worn by Roman citizens formal public appearances civic ceremonies religious ceremonies
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Roman women’s fashion fasted along shoulder to form sleeves 2 rectangles fastened together, sewn up sides belted
Peplos, -is Women’s tunic fashionable in Greek lands fastened at shoulders belted at waist drapey
outer garment wrapped in many ways worn outside the house
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