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For most of the history of Ancient Rome, the toga was a garment worn exclusively by male citizens. After................

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For most of the history of Ancient Rome, the toga was a garment worn exclusively by male citizens. After the second century BC, what was the correct attire for female citizens?

posted Jul 11, 2019 by Sidharth Malhotra

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Stola
The stola was the traditional garment of Roman women, corresponding to the toga, that was worn by men. The stola was usually woollen. Originally, women wore togas as well, but after the 2nd century BC, the toga was worn exclusively by men, and women were expected to wear the stola

answer Jul 17, 2019 by Naveen Kumar
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