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What is a toga?

A toga is a piece of cloth that was extensively worn by the ancient  Greeks and Romans. Both men and women wore togas for social events  and everyday wear. Most togas were w (MORE)

What type of roman footwear did ordinary roman citizens wear with a toga?

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What color was the Julius Caesar's toga?

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When did Romans stop wearing togas?

By the late Republic, the Roman men stopped wearing togas except for very serious occasions. They had grown from the simple "bedsheet" type of garment worn in the early days o (MORE)
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What was ancient roman hair dye made of?

A mix of animal fat and beechwood ash was used for red dye. Saffron was used for gold/blond dye. Leeches fermented in vinegar for 40 days were suggested for black dye. Henna w (MORE)

What color is a Greek or Roman toga?

A toga was usually white. The Ropmans also had coloured togas which were symbols of status. The toga preatexta, was white and had a purple border. It was worn by current off (MORE)

What do togas represent?

In Roman culture only the very wealthy were allowed to wear togas.  A toga required the use of one hand when walking. This meant that  the person wearing the toga could not (MORE)

What is Sarah toga?

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How did romans dye their clothes?

In antiquity dyes were made from earth pigments, minerals plants or insects. Many dyeing techniques were forest developed by the Egyptians Mineral pigments are natural earth (MORE)