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The Roman army is perhaps one of the most famous armies in all of history. Commanding, protecting, and fighting on behalf of the largest empire in the world, the soldiers of the Roman army are truly legendary. They fought in some of the earliest wars, waged battles to take new territories, and fiercely fought to expand Rome’s influence for centuries. But these soldiers were also among the very best and the most respected members of Ancient Roman society.
During the prime of the Ancient Roman Empire, all Roman army officers were called centurions. Centurions were given their official title in 107 BC, with each centurion placed in command of a group of about 80 to 100 legionaries, or foot soldiers in the infantry. Centurions were considered more skilled and more valuable to the Roman army, so they were paid more — in some cases, 17 times more than the average soldier. And as the Roman Empire grew, so did centurions’ status. They become even more senior members of the military, commanding bigger and bigger troops and moving up in rank as the army grew in size.
When dressing for their station or for battle, centurions wore the traditional clothing of the Roman army. They donned helmets made from silver with a colorful plume on top made from ostrich or peacock feathers. Underneath their chest armor, centurions wore a red tunic with a cloak or cape draped over top. In hand, centurions carried either circular or rectangular shields stamped with the signs of the Imperial era.
This Roman centurion soldier’s cape is authentic to the times and fashions of Ancient Rome and the attire worn by the Romans of the day and age. You’ll look just like a Roman when you don this historically accurate cloak.
In typical Roman fashion, the more distinguished the wearer, the more his dress was distinctively marked, while the dress of the lowest classes was often not marked at all.
Self: 100% Polyester gaberdine
Trims: Very/Polyester & Cotton Blend
* Most items made from polyester/cotton blend treat as polyester.
* Most items made from polyester can be machine washed and dried.
* Use warm water and add a fabric softener to the final rinse cycle.
* Machine dry at low temperature setting and remove articles as soon as the tumbling cycle is complete.
* If ironing is needed, use a moderately warm iron.
* Most items made from polyester can be dry-cleaned.
As we cut all of our garments individually (Coats, Vests, Pants, Dresses, Etc.)
Fabric Shades may very & may not match exactly.
To remove stains:
Soak and the wash with soap and warm water using a mild liquid detergent.
Remove tough stains by spraying with a mild stain remover. It will have a better chance of removing stains other than food and dirt.
Tumble dry on low heat.