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I have a string of photos of Cato putting on a toga with the help of Astur last year in Roma. When I have them trimmed we can try to work out a format for a "putting on a toga" page. -- Template:M. Lucretius Agricola


good; this page has a *very* high visibility, as it's linked to from the toga article on Wikipedia. (Until today, it linked to our legacy toga article, which I imported and wikified here). It should be a high priority for improvement. Marcus Octavius Germanicus(t) 20:59, 2 April 2006 (CDT)

Okay then, I just uploaded a tarball to the discussion group. It has a bare html template as well. It will need a lot of fleshing out and we should get permission from cato and Astur to use their images. -- Template:M. Lucretius Agricola

Evidence and theory

"This was original semicircular form in the republican times until the 1st century BC, which can be seen on this statue" We cannot see the semicircular form. We can see a draped toga. By examining the draping we can infer something about the shape. Agricola 15:56, 18 August 2008 (CEST)

I'll check the essay in Bonfante's "The World of Roman Costume"Marca Hortensia Maior

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