Definition of Trabea. Meaning of Trabea. Synonyms of Trabea

Here you will find one or more explanations in English for the word Trabea. Also in the bottom left of the page several parts of wikipedia pages related to the word Trabea and, of course, Trabea synonyms and on the right images related to the word Trabea.

Definition of Trabea

Trabea
Trabea Tra"be*a, n.; pl. Trabe[ae]. [L.] (Rom. Antiq.) A toga of purple, or ornamented with purple horizontal stripes. -- worn by kings, consuls, and augurs. --Dr. W. Smith.

Meaning of Trabea from wikipedia

- Trabea (plural trabeae) is the name of various pieces of Roman clothing. A distinct feature of all trabeae was their color - usually red or purple. They...
- Malawi, Ethiopia Trabea cazorla Snazell, 1983 — Spain, Morocco, Algeria Trabea heteroculata Strand, 1913 — Rwanda, Tanzania, Kenya Trabea natalensis Russell-Smith...
- Cellularia trabea (Pers.) ****ze (1898) Cellularia vialis (Peck) ****ze (1898) Chaetoporellus trabeus (Rostk.) M.P.Christ. (1960) Coriolopsis trabea (Pers...
- 1959—Australia Tetralycosa Roewer, 1960—Australia Tigrosa Brady, 2012—North America Trabea Simon, 1876—Africa, Spain, Turkey Trabeops Roewer, 1959—North America Trebacosa...
-  esmeralda Binomial name Polychrysia esmeralda (Oberthür, 1880) Synonyms Plusia moneta var. esmeralda Oberthür, 1880 Plusia esmeralda Deva trabea Smith, 1895...
- family and a few of the most senior officials. It developed out of the trabea triumphalis of the Roman consuls. There were different male and female versions...
- Trabea Simon, 1876 Trabea bipunctata (Roewer, 1959) — Congo, Rwanda, Malawi, Ethiopia Trabea cazorla Snazell, 1983 — Spain, Morocco, Algeria Trabea heteroculata...
- increasingly elaborate, and was combined with elements of the consular trabea. Trabea, ****ociated with citizens of equestrian rank; thus their description...
- civilian authority and military distinction: the sceptre of the king; the trabea, a purple garment that varied in form, but was perhaps most often used as...
- represented their protection under civil and divine law. Equites wore the trabea (a shorter, "equestrian" form of white toga or a purple-red wrap, or both)...
Loading...