Fashion - Roman

Ancient Roman fashion and lifestyle
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Woman´s ilustrations of the different hat and hair styles of the Ancient Roman

Woman´s ilustrations of the different hat and hair styles of the Ancient Roman

Roman mask helmet, 1st 2nd century CE. These are often called 'parade' helmets for cavalry sports use, but it has been suggested that they were also used in combat. The psychological effect of being charged by one of these masked warriors would have been formidable. A living statue, god-like and terrifying.

Roman mask helmet, 1st 2nd century CE. These are often called 'parade' helmets for cavalry sports use, but it has been suggested that they were also used in combat. The psychological effect of being charged by one of these masked warriors would have been formidable. A living statue, god-like and terrifying.

Rare fully intact Roman bronze gladiator helmet featuring the hero  Hercules on the front and the defeated Nemeian Lion on the base of the  comb.  Before 1st C. AD.  Higgins Armory Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts.

Rare fully intact Roman bronze gladiator helmet featuring the hero Hercules on the front and the defeated Nemeian Lion on the base of the comb. Before 1st C. AD. Higgins Armory Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts.

Roman face helmet. 15.B.C. Nijmegen Museum. Netherlands.

Roman face helmet. 15.B.C. Nijmegen Museum. Netherlands.

Dressing a priestess or bride, found in the palaestra of the Forum Baths at Herculaneum, 79 A.D.

Dressing a priestess or bride, found in the palaestra of the Forum Baths at Herculaneum, 79 A.D.

1st c. AD Roman Ivory doll, jointed  The most famous Crepereia Triphaena, called after the little Roman girl she belonged to. It is now in the collection of the Musei Capitolini in Rome.

1st c. AD Roman Ivory doll, jointed The most famous Crepereia Triphaena, called after the little Roman girl she belonged to. It is now in the collection of the Musei Capitolini in Rome.

-Fayum portraits perfectly represent Greek settlers and Romans who intermarried with local Egyptians (Africans).

-Fayum portraits perfectly represent Greek settlers and Romans who intermarried with local Egyptians (Africans).

Shroud of a Woman Wearing a Fringed Tunic  Period: Roman Period Date: A.D. 170–200 Geography: Egypt, Middle Egypt, el-Sheikh Abada

Shroud of a Woman Wearing a Fringed Tunic Period: Roman Period Date: A.D. 170–200 Geography: Egypt, Middle Egypt, el-Sheikh Abada

Antinous as Dionysos, Roman. 130-138AD

Antinous as Dionysos, Roman. 130-138AD

Roman figurine of a woman dressed in a tunic with a Maeander pattern in the style of archaic Greek korai figures of the 6th century BCE produced between 1st century BCE - 1st century CE and found in Verona, Italy bronze
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