THE HAIR OF A LAMB’S WOOL: Wigs IN ANCIENT ROMAN TIMES The general public needs to be informed when they are being deceived. Most people assume that Jesus (Christ) was black because he had hair of wool from a lamb and feet of bronze burnt in an oven (Rev 1:14). But what if the description was referring to a white dude who ruled Rome and wore a woolen wig and had red Bronze feet known as hammer toes. According to the dictionary Bronze is Reddish brown. The Roman historian Suetonius describes Domitian as ruddy (Red) and Bald headed. Domitian was very sensitive about his baldness and wrote a manual called Care of the Hair. All the prostitutes that found themselves in his bed he would pull their hair out. Rev 9:8 may refer to Domitian again with other men having women’s hair. Due to the nature of hair and the relatively wet climate in the upper reaches of the Empire, there are very few examples of wigs that survive to this day. We do know that women wore wigs whether they were bald or not. So too did men, Emperor Otho wore a wig, as did Domitian. Wigs allowed women to better achieve the kind of 'tall' styles that particularly punctuated the Flavian and Trajanic eras (e.g. the periods of 69-96 and 98-117 CE). There were two types of wig in Roman times, the full wig, called the capillamentum, and the half wig, called the galerus. The galerus could be in the form of a fillet of woolen hair used as padding to build an elaborate style, or as a toupee on the back or front of the head. So what do we have here. We have Domitian being inserted in Revelations as a Christ when he was Ant-Christ or anti- Jewish helping his ruling family kill more than a million Jews from 66-95AD.