Theodora's retinue of Ladies, one of whom is likely Princess Julia Anicia. Mosaic from the San Vitale church in Ravenna
Head of a Warrior, 6th century, Japan, Kofun period (mid 3rd-6th century A.D.)
The following art is a picture of a, 14th century military martyr wearing four layers, all patterned with a richly trimmed attached with a cloak and tablion over a short dalmatic, with another layer including a tunic.
King and Queen of Belgium
Ravenna, Italy -- Beautiful Byzantine mosaics. Portrait of Empress Theodora by San Vitale.
Manuel I Komnenos wearing the modified loros, 12th century.
"The Empress Theodora and Retinue" The Basilica of St. Vitale dedicated by Bishop Maximian in 547. Ravenna, Italy: The Basilica of St. Vitale, south side of apse
Byzantine art from AD 300-1450. It is a paludamentum, which was worn by upper-class men and the empress. It was fastened over the right shoulder with a jeweled brooch.