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Lucilla (Connie Nielsen) 'Gladiator' 2000. Costume design by Janty Yates.

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Lucilla (Connie Nielsen) 'Gladiator' 2000. Costume design by Janty Yates.

"You are the queen!" I squealed excitedly. "I...am...the queen." She repeated, possibly not believing herself.

"You are the queen!" I squealed excitedly. "I...am...the queen." She repeated, possibly not believing herself.

This image represents how a Roman women would wear an  orange veil, called a flammeum with orange blossoms on her wedding day. This is still being done in the modern day world.

This image represents how a Roman women would wear an orange veil, called a flammeum with orange blossoms on her wedding day. This is still being done in the modern day world.

Hypatia was a brilliant philosopher and mathematician, head of the Platonist School at Alexandria in the 4th century. She is portrayed here by actress Rachel Weisz in the movie 'AGORA', trying to save scrolls from being destroyed by a Christian mob.

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Hypatia was a brilliant philosopher and mathematician, head of the Platonist School at Alexandria in the 4th century. She is portrayed here by actress Rachel Weisz in the movie 'AGORA', trying to save scrolls from being destroyed by a Christian mob.

3. Sublinar Influence based on the way the bottom piece is wrapped. Its now becoming more of an accessory or extra piece rather than a need.

3. Sublinar Influence based on the way the bottom piece is wrapped. Its now becoming more of an accessory or extra piece rather than a need.

Though influenced by the greco-roman era, John William Godward, The Victorian Neo-classicist painter (1861-1922) also seems to have reinvented these fashions using bold colors that are probably not accurate to the roman era. Thus he rather was ahead of his time in his use of color/color blocking. Ironic since he seemed so obsessed with the past.

Though influenced by the greco-roman era, John William Godward, The Victorian Neo-classicist painter (1861-1922) also seems to have reinvented these fashions using bold colors that are probably not accurate to the roman era. Thus he rather was ahead of his time in his use of color/color blocking. Ironic since he seemed so obsessed with the past.

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