The roman tunic
A roman tunic during the roman antiquity - until the Middle Ages - was worn by men and women equally. Even in today’s time tunics are trendy and fashionable highlights. Tunics were subjected - just like today - to fashion. The basic pattern of a roman tunic consists of two rectangular length of material, which only were sticked together in the neck or shoulder area. The tunic was worn by men and women in different length.
The offered and imperial tunic (tunica exterior) is lovingly reproduced from an roman example and consists of cream wool to 100 % in re-enactment quality. This article of clothing verifies the zeitgeist of the historical clothing and culture of ancient Rome.
- imperial tunic (tunica exterior)
- 100 % cotton of re-enactment quality
- opaque and cream material
- well worked stitchings
- different sizes
Immerse yourself together with your students in the colourful kaleidoscope of roman history with it’s multi-faceted spectral of lifestyles and cultural characteristics. The imperial tunic offers a variety of way of using. Thus with only a few operations (attach braids o pieces of jewellery) the tunic is decorated for a senator or rich roman woman and students can shape and experience a piece of roman past.
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