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Roman leather bikini briefs from the 1st century AD discovered during excavations on London Queen Street in 1953 [...] The type and size of stretch marks across the front suggest that they were worn by a teenage girl, possibly for acrobatics or as everyday under-clothing or even a sanitary garment, according to the Museum of London.

Roman Leather Bikini AD Leather bikini trunks, tied on each side of the hips with leather laces. Small in size, they were probably worn by young girls who were acrobatic dancers.


velites, from lat. velum - "linen", because he is dressed in a linen tunic) Comes.


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