A Reconstruction of a Roman Saddle.

@article{Connolly1986ARO,
  title={A Reconstruction of a Roman Saddle.},
  author={Peter Connolly},
  journal={Britannia},
  year={1986},
  volume={17},
  pages={353 - 355}
}
I was not able to identify the caracalla, at that time, with any of the garments seen in the repertoire of western provincial Roman art; for two other styles of hooded cape, the Celtic byrrus and the Italian paenula, were also in circulation and not enough explicit information was available to distinguish one from the others. Recently, however, a complete surviving late Roman cape from Egypt has been published which reproduces the characteristic features of the byrrus as I once defined them… 

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