paludamentum definition

  • noun:
    • A military cloak worn by a broad along with his main officials.
    • A military cloak worn by an over-all and his main officers.
    • The cloak donned by an ancient Roman basic commanding an army, their main officers, along with his private attendants, in contradistinction into sagum of the common soldier, plus the toga or garb of serenity.

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