hese winter chaplets were known there as "corollæ" (the diminutive of corona, a crown), a name Pliny says was given them to express the "remarkable delicacy of their texture".
Later, these head dresses were made of thin plates of copper, gilt or silvered, and were called "corollaria", as introduced by Crassus Dives as a way to confer a greater honor when receiving them.

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