Femoralia or feminalia and tibialia were a kind of leg covering used in ancient Rome, the femoralia covering the upper leg (cf. femur) and the tibialia covering the lower leg (cf. tibia).

Femoralia are sometimes described as short trousers or breeches, and tibialia as leggings.[1]


  1. Raffaele D'Amato, Roman Military Clothing: AD 400-640 ISBN 184176843X, 3:19.

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