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However the lack of unified production for the Roman army meant that there were still considerable differences in detail.Even the armour produced in state factories varied according to the province of origin.Victorian clothing is featured in photographs, prints, and articles - everything to help dress the part of the elegant Victorian lady, gentleman, or child.Colorful antique fashion prints show 19th century clothing from the Victorian period.

Some areas are barely unrecognisable, among them Manchester Road in Bradford, Otley Road in Shipley, and Forster Square, complete with tram lines, as it was long before the days of shopping centre age.200 BC) have a superficial similarity but closer examination shows up to seven different styles of armour, which do not appear to have been standardised within separate units.The legions of the Roman Republic and Empire had a fairly standardised dress and armour, particularly from approximately the early to mid 1st century onward, when Lorica Segmentata (segmented armour) was introduced.Shields were painted in unique patterns to indicate which cohort a soldier was from.Fragments of surviving clothing and wall paintings indicate that the basic tunic of the Roman soldier was of un-dyed (off-white) or red-dyed wool.

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