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roman babies wore what is now known as cloaks they wore anything that was a symbole of clothes mosty rags back then but when they get to a certain age the children can almost go naked in the streets back then being naked was just like wearing clothes today

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Children wore wool tunics in ancient Rome. These tunics were worn by everyone in society at that point in time. The tunic is not to be confused with the toga which is a robe garment worn exclusively by men over their tunics.

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Roman babies were wrapped in swaddling clothes which were strips of cloth which kept the baby's arms pinned tightly against its body.

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You need to explain what you mean by "what Roman did soldiers wear for kids." It does not make sense.

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