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φαινόλης). The Roman name for a mantle of shaggy frieze or leather, thick and dark

Paenula. (Statuette in the British Museum.)

coloured, without sleeves, buttoned or stitched up in front, in the direction of its length. A hood (cucullus) was generally fastened on to it, and drawn over the head (Pliny , Pliny H. N. xxiv. 88). It was chiefly worn by people of low rank and slaves, but also by the higher classes, and even by ladies, in bad weather, on a journey, and in the country.

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