Latin III. HW: Ex. 5 Take out exercise 3: stamp #25 Attempt exercise 5 while stamping…all these words mean “each”. HW: Finish exercise 6; Reread LESSON 1. Take out exercise 5: stamp #18 Begin exercise 6… Quiz Friday (lessons 1 and 2). Plorare , plorans , plorat .
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All Roman boys wore the toga praetexta until the age of 16, when they exchanged it for the toga virilis.
Toga virilis: “toga of manhood”/ worn for dressy occasions and not usually in your own house
Tunic. Worn for comfort in everyday life by merchants, farmers, etc. and under togas
Portrait of anonymous Roman man.
A statue of a Roman woman wearing a stola (the long pleated dress) and a palla (the cloth draped around her body).
Pinned a Roman woman’s dress at the shoulders
Btw, Romans did wear underwear sometimes! ‘Underwear’ dicitursubligarvelsubligaculum.
Women wore tunics as underwear.
Bracchiumdextrumestnudum. Bracchiumsinistrum a toga operitur.
Garum/liquamen: sauce of fermented fish parts; eaten daily
Ientaculum: breakfast; bread with garum, olives, cheese, milk, wine or mulsum (half honey/half wine)