limbus est et vestis limbô ornata per extremam oram, Gloss. Κυκλὰς ἡ περὶ τὴν χλαίναν πορφύρα κύκλῳ. Tunica muliebris nempe aurata; cuiusmodi etiam et viriles fiebant, quas iam inde a Gallieno Imperatorib. usurpârunt, usque ad Imperii finem: quasque privatis usibus contexi conficique vetuerunt A. A. Valentinianus et Valens, l. 1. Cod. Theodos. de vestibus holov. et l. 2. eod. tit. apud Salmas. Not. ad Vopisc. in Saturnino, c. 9, Vide quoque in voce Cyclades.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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