The toga was a Roman dress form. Greeks would wear them only if they were given the privilege of being a Roman citizen, which was comparatively rare.
While the Romans greatly admired Greek culture, they generally held the Greeks in contempt as easy-beats and a source of slaves. Also, as the Greeks were already organised into city-states, they were citizens of them and consequently had a stable form of government, unlike the peoples of Spain, Gaul and Britain who were tribal and were given Roman citizenship fairly liberally. For a Greek to have Roman citizenship, he would have had to have rendered signal service to a powerful Roman patron (or have inherited it from an ancestor who had rendered such service).
yes, woman wore long togas while men wore short togas
NO! They wore togas in their everyday life. Special outfits were worn for war
The ancient Greeks wore togas they are long triangular pieces of cloth.
Not as general wear but they do dress up as part of their job showing tourists around famous landmarks such as the Colosseum.
spartan slaves wore knee length cape styled togas they had to be easy to work in there heads shaved and were barefooted.....
No the conflicts between patricians and plebeians did not lead to civil wars. The Conflict of the Orders between patricians and plebeians ended in the mid-3rd century BC. The Roman civil wars stared in the 1st century BC. The civil wars involved a conflict between the populares, a political faction which supported the cause of the poor, and the optimates, a conservative political faction which supported the interests of the aristocracy. They also involved personal rivalries.
The patricians were the aristocrats and the plebeians were the commoners.
yes people in toga where togas
they wore no togas or under ware
Only if they gained Roman citizenship, and that was relatively rare.
Spartans wear sandals , shields , and togas.
They are usually depicted as wearing togas or tunics if anything at all.
togas and battle skirts
NO!-Romans wore togas.