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When a Roman General is betrayed, and his family murdered by an emperor's corrupt son, he comes to Rome as a gladiator to seek revenge.

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Gladiator has much to teach us about Man Beards. The movie offers many things from the Man Beard list, including beards, fag-stomping, irr...

Lucilla (Connie Nielsen) 'Gladiator' Costume design by Janty Yates. The costumes are both lush *and* authentic to the period -- an exceptionally difficult balance to achieve. Gladiator Movie, Gladiator 2000, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Roman Dress, Empire Romain, Mode Costume, Roman Fashion, Fantasy Costumes

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Lucilla (Connie Nielsen) 'Gladiator' 2000. Costume design by Janty Yates.

Before the age of manhood, Roman boys wore a bulla, a neckchain and round pouch containing protective amulets (usually phallic symbols), and the bulla of an upper-class boy would be made of gold. Roman Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Roman Toga, Roman Clothes, Roman Jewelry, Greek Jewelry, Pompeii And Herculaneum

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Roman bulla was a locket made from silver or gold, bronze or leather with charms against evil eye. Was placed around infants neck for protection

The roman tutulus was a female hairstyle for a married woman. Hair was arranged near to top of head and was wrapped in cloth bindings which pulled into a bun. Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Roman Hairstyles, Roman Clothes, Roman Sculpture, Classical Antiquity, Roman History

The roman tutulus was a female hairstyle for a married woman. Hair was arranged near to top of head and was wrapped in cloth bindings which pulled into a bun.

Etruscan perizoma: (loincloth) worn alone as an outer garment by laborers or other physically active men. Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Fall Of Constantinople, Roman History, Historical Art, Effigy, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Civilizations

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Perizoma was loincloth that was worn alone as outer garment by laborers or active men. It was also worn as undergarment under a short chiton.

Paenula was a thick cloak, chiefly used by the Romans in travelling instead of the toga, as a protection against the cold and rain. Ancient Rome, Ancient Greek, Roman Clothes, Early Middle Ages, Roman Fashion, Byzantine, Cloak, Line Drawing, Romans

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The roman paenula was a thick wool cloak that was semicircular in shape with a hood and closed in the front

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The Roman Strophium was a strap of cloth or band of fabric that covered the bust. Early version of the bra. Female athletes would wear it with the subligaria to play sports.

In Ancient Rome, a clavi is a vertical stripe or band of purple worn on the tunic by senators and equites. These bands went vertically down from the shoulder to the hem. These bands were worn to help distinguish these individuals. Rome Costume, Costumes, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Purple Band, Roman Fashion, Vertical Stripes, Fashion History, Costume Design

The clavi or clavus were long purple bands that went down vertically shoulder to hem on tunics. They were worn by the emperor and other roman officials who wanted to distinguish themselves.

The tebenna was a popular mantle worn by Etruscan men and women. Typically curved, the garment can be styled in various ways: like a chlamys, worn back to front (see image), and like a himation. Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient Art, Ancient History, Art History, Renaissance Paintings, Minoan, Mystery Of History, Greek Art

Etruscan Tebenna was a rounded mantle worn by males and females. Garment was woven with curved edges that was draped in various ways

The Roman Stola was similar to the mans toga. It was the symbolic and standard dress for married women. Roman 1, Roman Fashion, History Images, Married Woman, Ancient Romans, Digital Image, Clothes For Women, Illustration, Thrillers

Roman Matron Attired in the Stola

The Roman Stola was similar to the mans toga. It was the symbolic and standard dress for married women.

Lacerna - A type of cloak, fastened on the right shoulder with a fibula, that the Romans adopted from neighboring peoples. It was worn over the tunic, or over the toga. Ancient Romans, Ancient Egypt, Roman Fashion, Cloak, Cold Weather, Statues, Cape, Tunic, Outdoors

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The roman lacerna was an outerwear rectangular garment with round corners and hood

ancient roman wedding dress consisted of a long tunic with a stola over it with long orange veil. The fabric was made of wool to wade off evil. Ancient Greek Clothing, Statues, Wedding Veils, Wedding Dresses, Roman Clothes, Bridal Traditions, White One Piece, Roman Fashion, Ancient Rome

Roman Influence in Today’s Culture: Wedding Traditions

ancient roman wedding dress consisted of a long tunic with a stola over it with long orange veil. The fabric was made of wool to wade off evil.