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Ancient Roman Flammeum
Ancient Roman Military
Ancient Roman Dalmatic
Ancient Roman Synthesis
Ancient Roman Jewelry
Ancient Roman Sandals
Ancient Roman Stola
Ancient Roman Strophium
Ancient Roman Paludamentum
Ancient Roman Birrus
Ancient Roman Laena
Ancient Roman Lacerna
Ancient Roman Paenula
Ancient Roman Hairstyles
Ancient Roman Praetexta
Ancient Roman Cloaks
Ancient Roman Fibula
Ancient Roman Palla
Ancient Roman Tunics
Ancient Roman Stromphium
Ancient Roman Pallium
Ancient Roman Umbo
Ancient Roman Sinus
Ancient Roman Imperial Toga
Ancient Roman Togas

Ancient Roman Flammeum

The outfit was completed by a flaming orange veil (flammenum) that covered her head and the upper part of her face.

The outfit was completed by a flaming orange veil (flammenum) that covered her head and the upper part of her face.

•	Flammeum—A veil of bright orange worn by Roman brides that covered the upper part of the brides face.

C’ERA UNA VOLTA LA SPOSA

• Flammeum—A veil of bright orange worn by Roman brides that covered the upper part of the brides face.

Ancient Roman bridal etiquette was to take a fragranced bath in her parents' home attended by her mother and female friends, to wash away evil influences and leave her smelling wholesome

Ancient Roman bridal fashion: its influence on modern weddings.

Women in ancient Rome set the standard for present day Italian bridal traditions. Here's how those customs can be adapted for your wedding.

This is a picture of the Flammeum, the veil that a Roman girl wore on her wedding day.                                                         Source: The Flammeum. N.d. Private Collection. The Private Life of the Romans. By Harold Johnston. New York: Scott Foresman and Co., 1932. Chapter 3: Marriage and the Position of Women. Forum Romanum. Web. 27 September 2011.

Johnston's Private Life of the Romans, Ch. 3

This is a picture of the Flammeum, the veil that a Roman girl wore on her wedding day. Source: The Flammeum. N.d. Private Collection. The Private Life of the Romans. By Harold Johnston. New York: Scott Foresman and Co., 1932. Chapter 3: Marriage and the Position of Women. Forum Romanum. Web. 27 September 2011.

Chapter 4: Flammeum - roman bridal veil

Chapter 4: Flammeum - roman bridal veil

In ancient Rome brides wore a fire-red veil, the flammeum, a symbolic reference to love and fertility.

In ancient Rome brides wore a fire-red veil, the flammeum, a symbolic reference to love and fertility.

Replica of an ancient Roman bridal costume. A bright orange veil called a flammeum was worn over the upper part of the bride's face.

Replica of an ancient Roman bridal costume. A bright orange veil called a flammeum was worn over the upper part of the bride's face.

Ancient Roman Military

ANCIENT ROMAN GEAR AND WEAPONS

ANCIENT ROMAN GEAR AND WEAPONS

One Kings Lane Vintage Roman Military Uniforms

Prints with a Past - Roman Military Uniforms, 1888

Original chromolithograph print showing uniforms worn by Roman soldiers and gladiators during the time of the Republic and Empire. Also shows details for shields, helmets and the ornamentation on staffs taken into battle. From a work by the 19th-century Fre...

Foederati and The Germanic Warriors Under Rome by Gambargin on @DeviantArt

Foederati and The Germanic Warriors Under Rome by Gambargin on DeviantArt

The foederati (plural) is a term used to describe nations or tribes that lived outside the Roman Republic's and later, the Roman Empire's border which p... Foederati and The Germanic Warriors Under Rome

Roman Military Equipment: Helmets

Roman Military Equipment: Helmets

Roman Military Equipment: Helmets

The Firka was the pack of the roman soldier. The Roman army carried so much of their own equipment they were nicknamed Marius's mules

Lore and Saga. The Living History Service for Education. Roman soldiers equipment

Living history services and resources for schools, museums and heritage sites. Viking and Roman in school sessions and craft demonstrations. teachers notes and worksheets.

Typical equipment of the Roman legionnaire.  Only Roman citizens could sign up for the army.  They had to be fit.  They were not allowed to marry.  Their armor gave them excellent protection.  They carried a curved shield.  They could punch the enemy with the metal boss in the center.

Romans in Britain - The Roman Military

An introduction and overview of the Roman military during the Roman-Britain period.

roman soldier. The Roman Legion underwent several evolutions in armor, shield, pilum, and gladius.

Ephesians 6:13-15

Therefore, take up the full armor of God, so that you will be able to resist in the evil day, and having done everything, to stand firm. Sta...

Ancient Roman Dalmatic

Heads up! This page is OUTDATED. I will be re-doing it sometime very soon! For the post containing my sewing patterns for a tunica (kamision) and dalmatica (delmatikion), go here. For my post on th…

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Heads up! This page is getting reorganized, but right now, enjoy a link dump to pertinent posts regarding clothing. For the post containing my sewing patterns for a tunica (kamision) and dalmatica (delmatikion), go here. For my post on the "Tunic Under the Stairs" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, go here. For the post…

Eagle Dalmatic, Holy Roman Empire (ca. 1140; silk, linen, gold thread).

Eagle Dalmatic, Holy Roman Empire (ca. 1140; silk, linen, gold thread).

Paul Timchuk DALMATIC TUNIC ANcient roman garment

Paul Timchuk DALMATIC TUNIC ANcient roman garment

Roman Catholic deacon wearing a dalmatic robe (left), an altarboy, and a subdeacon, 1500s - 1600s. Stock Photo

Stock Photo - Roman Catholic deacon wearing a dalmatic robe (left), an altarboy, and a subdeacon, 1500s - 1600s. Hand-colored print

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Ancient Roman Synthesis

8.Roman: Synthesis/wedding costume- which was a light weight garment so was preferred over the toga for dinner parties. They were bright in color and never worn outside except for a special accassion such as the Saturnalia.

8.Roman: Synthesis/wedding costume- which was a light weight garment so was preferred over the toga for dinner parties. They were bright in color and never worn outside except for a special accassion such as the Saturnalia.

27a.C. (reconstrucción 118d.C.), Apolodoro de Damasco (60-130): Pantheon de Agripa, Roma. Adriano (118-125 d.C.)

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Ancient Roman Aqueduct, Pont du Gard

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Ancient Roman Jewelry

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Ancient Roman Strophium

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Ancient Roman Paludamentum

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Ancient Roman Birrus

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Ancient Roman Laena

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Ancient Roman Paenula

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Ancient Roman Hairstyles

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Ancient Roman Praetexta

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Ancient Roman Stromphium

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Heads up! This page is OUTDATED. I will be re-doing it sometime very soon! For the post containing my sewing patterns for a tunica (kamision) and dalmatica (delmatikion), go here. For my post on th…

WordPress.com

Heads up! This page is getting reorganized, but right now, enjoy a link dump to pertinent posts regarding clothing. For the post containing my sewing patterns for a tunica (kamision) and dalmatica (delmatikion), go here. For my post on the "Tunic Under the Stairs" at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, go here. For the post…

Eagle Dalmatic, Holy Roman Empire (ca. 1140; silk, linen, gold thread).

Eagle Dalmatic, Holy Roman Empire (ca. 1140; silk, linen, gold thread).

Paul Timchuk DALMATIC TUNIC ANcient roman garment

Paul Timchuk DALMATIC TUNIC ANcient roman garment

Roman Catholic deacon wearing a dalmatic robe (left), an altarboy, and a subdeacon, 1500s - 1600s. Stock Photo

Stock Photo - Roman Catholic deacon wearing a dalmatic robe (left), an altarboy, and a subdeacon, 1500s - 1600s. Hand-colored print

Download this stock image: Roman Catholic deacon wearing a dalmatic robe (left), an altarboy, and a subdeacon, 1500s - 1600s. Hand-colored print - DDBWHY from Alamy's library of millions of high resolution stock photos, illustrations and vectors.

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The outfit was completed by a flaming orange veil (flammenum) that covered her head and the upper part of her face.

The outfit was completed by a flaming orange veil (flammenum) that covered her head and the upper part of her face.

•	Flammeum—A veil of bright orange worn by Roman brides that covered the upper part of the brides face.

C’ERA UNA VOLTA LA SPOSA

• Flammeum—A veil of bright orange worn by Roman brides that covered the upper part of the brides face.

Ancient Roman bridal etiquette was to take a fragranced bath in her parents' home attended by her mother and female friends, to wash away evil influences and leave her smelling wholesome

Ancient Roman bridal fashion: its influence on modern weddings.

Women in ancient Rome set the standard for present day Italian bridal traditions. Here's how those customs can be adapted for your wedding.

This is a picture of the Flammeum, the veil that a Roman girl wore on her wedding day.                                                         Source: The Flammeum. N.d. Private Collection. The Private Life of the Romans. By Harold Johnston. New York: Scott Foresman and Co., 1932. Chapter 3: Marriage and the Position of Women. Forum Romanum. Web. 27 September 2011.

Johnston's Private Life of the Romans, Ch. 3

This is a picture of the Flammeum, the veil that a Roman girl wore on her wedding day. Source: The Flammeum. N.d. Private Collection. The Private Life of the Romans. By Harold Johnston. New York: Scott Foresman and Co., 1932. Chapter 3: Marriage and the Position of Women. Forum Romanum. Web. 27 September 2011.

Chapter 4: Flammeum - roman bridal veil

Chapter 4: Flammeum - roman bridal veil

In ancient Rome brides wore a fire-red veil, the flammeum, a symbolic reference to love and fertility.

In ancient Rome brides wore a fire-red veil, the flammeum, a symbolic reference to love and fertility.

Replica of an ancient Roman bridal costume. A bright orange veil called a flammeum was worn over the upper part of the bride's face.

Replica of an ancient Roman bridal costume. A bright orange veil called a flammeum was worn over the upper part of the bride's face.

8.Roman: Synthesis/wedding costume- which was a light weight garment so was preferred over the toga for dinner parties. They were bright in color and never worn outside except for a special accassion such as the Saturnalia.

8.Roman: Synthesis/wedding costume- which was a light weight garment so was preferred over the toga for dinner parties. They were bright in color and never worn outside except for a special accassion such as the Saturnalia.

27a.C. (reconstrucción 118d.C.), Apolodoro de Damasco (60-130): Pantheon de Agripa, Roma. Adriano (118-125 d.C.)

Pantheon:Rome

What turns you on . . . .

the history of the world was to have a significant say in the past, which was the capital of the Roman Empire with our Roman day that offers the perfect synthesis of a veritable Museum. The city’s ancient ruins, historic temples, churches, museums, the world-famous royal palaces and... - #Churches, #CircusMaximus, #Colosseum, #Constantine, #HistoricTemples, #Italia, #ItaliaHotelFenicia, #Museum, #Piazza, #RomanEmpire, #Roman, #Romania, #Rome, #RomeOfTheVatican, #StPeter

Best Travel – Roman City Of Dreams

the history of the world was to have a significant say in the past, which was the capital of the Roman Empire with our Roman day that offers the perfect synthesis of a veritable Museum. The city’s ancient ruins, historic temples, churches, museums, the world-famous royal palaces and... - #Churches, #CircusMaximus, #Colosseum, #Constantine, #HistoricTemples, #Italia, #ItaliaHotelFenicia, #Museum, #Piazza, #RomanEmpire, #Roman, #Romania, #Rome, #RomeOfTheVatican, #StPeter

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