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  • Habitus barbarusby Philipp Rummel

    De Gruyter 2007; US$ 252.00

    Der spätantike habitus barbarus ist kein Phänomen, das nur mit dem Eindringen völkerwanderungszeitlicher Stämme mitsamt ihrer jeweils charakteristischen Kleidung in das römische Reich zu erklären wäre. Die detaillierte Analyse von Schriftquellen, Bildern und Bodenfunden zeigt, daß „unrömisches“ Äußeres in der Spätantike vielmehr zu einem... more...

  • Dress and the Roman Womanby Kelly Olson

    Taylor and Francis 2012; US$ 42.95

    In ancient Rome, the subtlest details in dress helped to distinguish between levels of social and moral hierarchy. Clothes were a key part of the sign systems of Roman civilization – a central aspect of its visual language, for women as well as men. This engaging book collects and examines artistic evidence and literary references to female clothing,... more...

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