Keeping in with the Ides of March theme I went looking for interesting related sites and came across this fun site on Squidoo
You can purchase the game from Amazon Roman Ruins
the article goes on to tell us How to Dress for the occasion, what to eat and how to set up the space to replicate Ancient Rome
for example the Tunica worn by Pullo and Vorenus in the photo to the left
What to Wear : Men
Roman men generally wore two garments, the tunica and the toga.
The toga was specifically meant as a public display garment, the tunica was worn within the comforts of a private home. This is the handiest costume for your gentlemen guests.
The easiest tunica is a large oversize white Tee Shirt with a belt worn around the waist, giving the impression of a two piece garment.
Men may also like to drape a white sheet across one shoulder and wrapped loosely around the waist with a couple of safety pins.
It's also perfectly fashionable for men to wear a piece of ethnic clothing to demonstrate their prior military experience overseas. Or for merchants to show their cosmopolitan tastes. Short pants to the knee in checks and tartans is a concession to the clothing style of the Gauls and worn in much the same sense as I often wear a batik blouse from Indonesia.
The crowning touch for men is, in fact, a crown. A wreath of leaves. You should make up some wreaths yourself to present to male guests (in case they don't arrive with one). An old coat hanger, straightened out, bent and with rosemary branches tied around it is perfect. Any leaves will do, even plastic ones.