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The Romans, who eventually conquered the Greeks and adopted many aspects of their culture, did not adopt the Greek perception of footwear and clothing. Roman clothing was seen as a sign of power, and footwear was seen as a necessity of living in a civilized world, although the slaves and paupers usually went barefoot.[14] Roman soldiers were issued with chiral (left and right shoe different) footwear.[18] There are references to shoes being worn in the Bible.[19]

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The Romans, who eventually conquered the Greeks and adopted many aspects of their culture, did not adopt the Greek perception of footwear and clothing. Roman clothing was seen as a sign of power, and footwear was seen as a necessity of living in a civilized world, although the slaves and paupers usually went barefoot.[14] Roman soldiers were issued with chiral (left and right shoe different) footwear.[18] There are references to shoes being worn in the Bible.[19]