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Theater of Marcellus

Description: General view from NE (1998) of the Theater of Marcellus. Begun by Julius Caesar, dedicated to Marcus Claudius Marcellus, his nephew and son-in-law. Converted to a fortress-palace in the Middle Ages, it was uncovered in 1926-32. From the Roman Imperial Period.
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Date: -0011

Toque

Description: Toque hat of black felt. The brimless hat has a high, cylindrical crown which is higher in front than back; and with a sunken top which is domed at center. Around the front and sides are applied wide curving bands of black satin ribbon. The front and sides are overlaid by black net veiling, which extends slightly down over wearer's face. The hat is unlined. Stamped inside: "Body Made In / Italy / Union Made".
Date: 1955~

Toque

Description: Toque hat of sienna brown beaver fur felt. Black sequins, copper colored sequins, and copper colored beads sewn in floral pattern as trim on front and sides on the lower half of the crown. Unlined, with an inner hatband of sienna brown grosgrain ribbon at inside base of crown. Label sewn at inside back: "Jan Leslie / Custom Design" Label sewn at inside back: "The Halle Bros. Co." Stamped in yellow on inside top: "MONTARA / HB / MADE IN ITALY"
Date: 1960~