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Roman shoes from the Northampton Museum

I think the most widely recognised ancient shoe is the caliga - now commonly referred to as the "Gladiator Sandal". The caliga was a military sandal worn by the Roman soldiers.

Some of the many leather shoes recovered from the Roman Fort Vindolanda, located in Northern England.

The Roman Footwear of Vindolanda

Vindolanda museum display (Northumberland, England) of Roman era leather footwear shoes (from near Hadrian's Wall).

Second century wood shoe with attached wool fragments from the site of Martres de Veyre - France. The wood is identified as beech wood.

Second century wood shoe with attached wool fragments from the site of Martres de Veyre - France. The wood is identified as beech wood.

Imperial Rome. 1st-2nd century. Terracotta scent bottle in the form of a boot laced up at the front. On the bottom the nails are arranged in the form of a swastika and the Greek letters alpha and omega.

Roman Imperial perfume bottle, dated between AD. This perfume bottle, in the shape of a lace up boot, is made of terracotta and just in height.

CALCEUS: Especie de sandalias mas sofisticadas que las carbatinas, utilizadas…

CALCEUS: Especie de sandalias mas sofisticadas que las carbatinas, utilizadas…

Iron-Age Shoe with Cut-out and Incised Zigzag Ornamentation Hand ...

Iron-Age Shoe with Cut-out and Incised Zigzag Ornamentation Hand .

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