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or Delmatĭca (δαλματική, δελματική). A tunic with long sleeves ( Orig. xix. 22, 9), introduced at Rome in the second century A.D. It was made both with and without purple stripes, and was sometimes of wool and sometimes of silk. See Clavus Latus; Tunica.

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