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  1. THE CLOTHES JÚLIA GARCIA ÀLEX GIL TÀNIA PLADELASALA

  2. INDEX • LEGONARY CLOTHES. • CENTURION CLOTHES. • WOMEN CLOTHES. • MAN CLOTHES. • CHILREN CLOTHES. • FOOT WEAR. • GLADIATORS CLOTHES. • SLAVES CLOTHES.

  3. LEGIONARY CLOTHES • The Roman troops wore a type of clothes to protect of the rain, the wind and the death. The soldiers wore the same uniform, but deppending on the grade they wore a different type of helmet. • On the march the Legionary could carry between three and fourteen day's worth of rations, a saw, a wicker basket, a piece of rope or leather, a shovel, a waterskin, a sickle and a pickaxe.

  4. Each of these items, aside from the pickaxe which was worn on the belt, was carried on a forked pole introduced by Gaius Marius call the pilamuralia, which earned his men the nickname Marius' Mules. There is some discrepancy over what was actually carried and the possible total weight. Some items at times may have been transported in wagon trains or on mules such as the legionaries' tents and millstones for grinding the corn rations. It's been estimated that a Legionary could carry anywhere from 66 lbs. (30 kgs) to over 100 lbs. (45 kgs) of gear and weapons.

  5. Helmet Javelin Shouldersplakes Woolderntunick BodyArmour Oagger Groin protector Shield Sward Sandals

  6. CENTURION CLOTHES • The Roman centurions wore a different type of uniform, they wore a helmet with a crest and they wore a cap. • The sideways horse hair crest on his helmet • A shirt of mail armour over a leather arming-doublet • A cloak of fine material • Medals on his chest, awarded for bravery in battle • Sword on the left and his dagger on the right (different to the legionary).

  7. A centurion's equipment was notably different from that of a legionary. He wore a transverse, side to side, crest along his helmet that would serve as an easily recognized point of reference for the men. • The crest was made either of feathers or horsehair and colors could signify various ranks. Rather than the LoricaSegmentata of the Legionary, they would wear either chain or scale. It was generally about waist length with a lower edge similar to the muscled cuirass.

  8. MEN CLOTHES • Out on the street or any public event to put on the robe gown, the Roman national dress. All are free to bring Roman toga the confused because a slave. The chalmys

  9. WOMEN CLOTHES • On top of wearing a long tunic with sleeves, however, to go out they put the stole, which was a gown until the heels, which was holding one or two belts. • It was a mark of distinction and honor as neither the women nor the court considered adultery could carry. To fix it for special occasions and to heal the cold had several mantles. The most solemn was the pallium, a large square or rectangular piece of cloth that could be put in several ways. • The chiton • The stola • The palla

  10. CHILDREN CLOTHES • The children wore a short tunic, which they held with a belt. It was made ​​with wool or linen. On top of the robe wore the gown praetexta that changed the manly gown to meet seventeen. • Sons of good family, namely, the heirs of the wealthy houses of Rome wore a medallion around his neck that opened within which there wore amulets called bul·la.

  11. FOOT WEAR • Roman men and women shoes were very similar. They wore shoes or sandals made ​​of papyrus or grass, strips of leather, accented or not. Women's shoes used to be made ​​of soft materials and was decorated with various colors and decorations.

  12. THE GLADIATORS CLOTHES. • The gladiators wore helmets entirely covering their heads, leaving only two peepholes eye. Dress, wore a Campestra, sort of folded skirt around the hips. The officers wore tunics of war or dalmatic; they reached to mid-thigh, above the knee. These suits are numbered helmet, sword and shield, painted wood and decorated with bronze.

  13. THE SLAVES CLOTHES • The slaves had the lowest status in Roman society. There were, however, some exceptions. Successful They were allowed to spend the money and some chose to buy more expensive clothing. Slaves never wore a toga. The right to wear a toga was only given to Roman citizens. A Roman slaves clothing was dictated by the type of job they had to perform. The Roman slaves clothing worn by House slaves was always of a better quality than other slaves.

  14. ·INFORMATION ABOUT THE ROMAN CLOTHES·BIBLIOGRAPHY • MILITARY ROMAN BODY ARMOR. • CIVIL ROMAN CLOTHES. • : http://www.slideshare.net/sunnymolina/la-vestimenta-romana-2666200-- • http://www.roman-colosseum.info/roman-clothing/roman-slaves-clothing.htm • http://lombradunsomni.blogspot.com.es/2012/05/la-vestimenta-romana.html

  15. THE WOMAN CLOTHES • On top theyworea long tunic with sleeves, however, to go out they put the stole, which was a gown until the heels, which was holding one or two belts. It was a mark of distinction and honor as neither the women nor the court considered adultery could carry. To fix it for special occasions and to heal the cold had several mantles. The most solemn was the pallium, a large square or rectangular piece of cloth that could be put in several ways.

  16. Thesuitforchildren • The children say a short tunic, which they held with a belt. It was made ​​with wool or linen. On top of the robe wore the gown praetexta that changed the manly gown to meet seventeen. Sons of good family, namely, the heirs of the wealthy houses of Rome wore a medallion around his neck that opened within which there wore amulets called bulla.

  17. footwear • The shoes of men and women were very similar. Romans wore shoes or sandals made ​​of papyrus or grass, strips of leather, accented or not. Women's shoes used to be made ​​of soft materials and was decorated with various colours and decorations.