Quintus fumbled with the ceremonial toga of the Urban Prefect, thick with gold embroidery.
He insisted on representing himself at his trial, and wore a white sheet wrapped around him like a toga during closing arguments, insisting he was a prophet.
He built himself a palace on the Aventine, dressed in the toga , cast a medal with the legend ‘Otto Imperator Augustus’ and on the reverse the proud claim 'Renovatio Imperii Romanorum'.
She had not failed to notice the grand, purple stripe ornamenting his toga .
Antony displayed Caesar's body, still wrapped in its blood-stained toga , the knife holes visible.
Triumphant in roman toga or plain and corporal-like in long coat and bicorne hat, there are statues of the great Corsican everywhere, streets and squares named after him, prints and portraits of him in every bar and café.
Moreover, the fact that he wears a toga , another sign of Roman citizenship, confirms this reading of his legal status.
Senators were recognised by a toga with a broad purple stripe, while the equestrian wore a toga with a narrow purple stripe and a gold finger ring.
He is a mature, barefoot, and bearded man in archaic costume, the toga sine tunica, which leaves most of his chest and right shoulder and arm bare.
My costume consisted of a toga , sandals and a laurel wreath, which Imperial get-up I wore throughout the performance.