Balteus


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Balteus

The vertical bead between the scrolls at the side of the Ionic capital.

balteus

1. The band in the middle of the bolster of an Ionic capital.
2. The band joining the volutes of an Ionic capital.
3. One of the passages dividing the auditorium of ancient Roman theaters and amphitheaters horizontally into upper and lower zones.
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Le vetement et la longueur du balteus tombant du bras, le format superieur a la taille humaine suggerent une divinite ou une imperatrice plutot qu'une matrone honoree sur la place du forum (79).
De hecho, y junto con el cinturon militar--del latin balteus, 'banda', 'cinturon'--, las sandalias de cuero fuertemente claveteadas llegaron a definir desde el Imperio al legionario profesional, aunque fuera vestido de civil.
She grasps in her right hand the edge of the balteus, cross fold, of her husband's toga, emblem of citizenship and turns to the right to face his portrait.
Jonjo O'Neill makes a low-key comeback after around five weeks off when the best he can manage at Wetherby is third on Balteus (David Ringer) behind Jonathan's Choice (Maurice Camacho/Derek Oldham) in the first leg of the
Ventura han propuesto una nueva lectura de dos inscripciones, grabadas sobre sendas piezas del balteus de la prohedria del teatro, que aludirian a una reserva de asientos para Cayo y Lucio Cesares como patroni de la colonia (27) (HEp 18, 2009, 40 y 41); titulo que debieron heredar de su padre M.
MD) Balteum proprie cingulum militare est dictum eo quod ex eo signa dependent ad demonstrandam legionis militaris summam, id est VI milia DC, ex quo et ipsi consistunt, unde balteus non tantum quod cingitur, sed etiam a quo arma dependent.
MD) Balteus proprie est cingulum militare ex quo signa dependebant summam legionis continentia, quae tunc constabat in sex milibus sexcentis milit<ibus>.
Vnde et balteus dicitur non tantum quod cingitur, sed etiam a quo arma dependant.