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Model of Ancient Rome in the time of Constantine, designed by Italo Gismondi

Ancient Rome- no online shopping, no wifi, no CAD, yet aqueducts running water of miles with no pump but gravity. Beat that century

Roman clothing styles, especially elite men's and women's ceremonial styles were remarkably stable.  How one dressed and how well one wore the traditional toga (men) or stola and palla (women) said much about your social status and maturity.  A male citizens put on his first toga (became "togatus") at puberty in a special ceremony, and a woman would adopt matronly garb when first married.

Roman clothing styles, especially elite men's and women's ceremonial styles

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roman fashion '' le costume occidental de l'antiquité à la fin du XX siècle "

reconstruction of a wealthy priest's home in the Upper City of Jerusalem ~ Balage Balogh

reconstruction of a wealthy priest's home in the Upper City of Jerusalem ~ Balage Balogh

Hairstyles of Ancient Rome  "Hairstyle fashion in Rome was ever changing, and particularly in the Roman Imperial Period there were a number of different ways to style hair. Much the same with clothes, there were several hairstyles that were limited to certain people in ancient society. Styles are so distinctive they allow scholars today to create a chronology of Roman portraiture and art; we are able to date pictures of the empresses on coins, or identify busts depending on their…

Hairstyles of Ancient Rome "Hairstyle fashion in Rome was ever changing, and particularly in the Roman Imperial Period there were a number of different ways to style hair. Much the same with clothes, there were several hairstyles that were limited to cer

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