Roman man

Collection by Kenn Pridgen

Kenn Pridgen
Ancient roman clothing including stola, palla and chlamys. A lot of garments overlapped greek clothing. Rome Fashion, Greek Fashion, Fashion History, Greek Inspired Fashion, Gothic Fashion, Ancient Roman Clothing, Historical Clothing, Toge Romaine, Ancient Greece Fashion


ANCIENT ROMANS MENS CLOTHING : Stola, Chiton, Chlamys, Palla. Chiton - elbow to elbow and below knee when unbelted; Chlamys- about 2.5 yards by 45 inches...throw a couple of W's into the stripe...

Roman Dress reproduction by Albert Kretschmer Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Roman History, Art History, Rome Fashion, Fashion History, Roman Man, Roman Clothes

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The Battle of Philippi in 42 BCE was an all-Roman affair fought between the young Octavian, chosen heir of Julius Caesar, and the mercurial Mark Antony, widely regarded as the greatest living Roman general. Julius Caesar, Ancient Rome, Ancient Greece, Ancient History, Battle Of Philippi, Second Triumvirate, Battle Of Actium, Sculpture Romaine, Art Romain

Caesar! - A Waldorf Journey

These three weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas are always such a whirlwind of activity! In our story of Rome we’ve made it through the life of Julius Caesar, Antony and Cleopatra and Caesar Augustus. We’re loving the stories and doing some great work with our writing. In addition to the imaginative content we’re really taking […]

Models of Ancient Roman Sandals. Ancient Greece Clothing, Ancient Roman Clothing, Greek Clothing, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, Ancient Rome, Ancient Art, Greek God Costume, Greece Costume


Models of Ancient Roman Sandals. 1675-79. Joachim Von Sandrart. German 1606-1688. engraving.

Marble portrait of a man. Imperial Period, c. Roman Man, University Of South Florida, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Rome, Museum Of Fine Arts, Egypt, Sculpting, Boston, The Past

Marble portrait of a man. Roman. Imperial Period, c. 140–165 A.D. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston