HEAD-COVERING IN CORINTH – “CAPITE VELATO” PART TWO

In Latin, the phrase capite velato means literally “with covered head.” The term is used in Roman religious contexts to refer to the act of covering the head when performing sacrifices. The featured image is The Ara Pacis – housed in its own museum in Rome, the Ara Pacis was the throne of the Emperor Augustus. Above:  This image is taken from […]