Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In archaeology, an ancient Etruscan female head-dress of conical form; hence, any similar head-dress.
“& Dawn xxvi, Domitia Lepida, whose tutulus, or conical head~dress, it was the exclusive task of a slave-maiden to adorn.”
“321 The head-dress is that of the wife of a pontifex,. .the tutulus or top of the hair is rolled with a lace round the crown of the head.”
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