Palla is a traditional ancient Roman
mantleworn by women, fastened by brooches. It was similar to the palliumthat a man would wear. The shape was rectangular instead of semi-circular as with the traditional toga.
Clothing in ancient Rome
* [http://www.dl.ket.org/latin1/things/romanlife/ancientp16.htm Ancient Roman clothing drawings]
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