What kind of clothes did children wear in ancient Rome?

The clothes of Rome were originally Greek cut, but then underwent changes and absorbed military elements and traditions of other peoples. Children’s clothing differed little from the garments of adult Romans and depended on the class to which they belonged. Clothes were made from wool, flax, silk, which was imported by merchants from eastern countries. Children were dressed in tunics, and a toga served as outerwear. The little citizens of Rome were shod in leather sandals. In the beginning, the clothes were heavy due to the many folds, but later on, cutting and sewing became more comfortable and practical.

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