The fact that some kinds of dress were assigned specific categories of people was to reflect — and consolidate — the existing social order expressed in the right to wear strictly defined garments. Yet a widely confirmed non-compliance with the rules concerning garments not only failed to fulfil that role, but even introduced uncertainty about the real status of inappropriately dressed individuals in the light of traditional rules of how to dress. The aim of the article is to examine the question of daily garments used by Roman women, drawing on both literary sources and images of women. The analysis is placed in the context of Ulpian’s account of modification of the liability of the perpetrator of iniuria depending on the dress worn by the woman when her good name was assaulted
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Żeber, Ireneusz (1944- ) Konieczny, Afred (1934- ). Red.
Żeber, Ireneusz (1944- ) Konieczny, Afred (1934- ). Red. Jurek, Piotr. Red.