published on 22 October 2013
A detail from a 2nd century CE Roman statue showing the armoured breast plate (lorica), tunic and cloak (paludamentum) typical of a Roman soldier. The armour is decorated with acanthus leaves and from the hanging pieryges are, alternately, griffins and wild animals. (Palazzo Massimo, Rome)
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