angusticlave definition

  • noun:
    • A narrow stripe of purple donned by the equites for each side of the tunic as a sign of position.
    • A narrow purple stripe or band reaching from shoulder towards the bottom of the tunic on each side, used frequently by people in the Roman equestrian order, and sometimes by those of inferior ranking that has the means to provide it. It absolutely was woven when you look at the textile, and it is seldom suggested in sculpture.

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