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Clothing in ancient Rome generally comprised the toga, the tunic, the stola, brooches for these, and breeches. The act of putting on outer garments such as the toga or pallium, was described as amicire, which led to any individual outer garment sometimes being identified as an amictus without it being thought necessary to specify which outer garment was referred to. The equivalent term for the donning of undergarments, such as the tunica, was induere (indutus).

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