The loose outer garment worn by the ancient Romans, consisting of a single broad piece of woolen cloth of a shape approaching a semicircle. It was of undyed wool, except the border of the toga prætexta.
A white woollen robe, worn by the upper class in ancient Rome.
A loose outer garment consisting of a single piece of material, without sleeves or armholes, which covered nearly the whole body, worn by the citizens of ancient Rome when appearing in public in times of peace.
Garment with a curved hem worn by Roman citizens.
A garment worn on official occasions by Roman citizens
mantle or robe, usually woolen, worn by Roman citizens as a sign of their citizenship
a one-piece cloak worn by men in ancient Rome
a Roman garment and not worn by Greeks
The toga was the distinctive garb of Ancient Rome. It consisted of a long sash of cloth, folded in a particular way, that was worn over a tunic. The sash went over the left shoulder and under the right arm
loose outer garment worn by male citizens in ancient Rome
a scholarly garment in the classic design
The toga was a distinctive garment of Ancient Rome. It consisted of a long sash of cloth, on the order of perhaps twenty feet (6 meters) in length. This sash was wrapped around the body in a particular way and was generally worn over a tunic.