In ancient Rome, being born with a hooked nose was considered a sign of leadership. The Romans saw a person with an “eagle’s nose” as beautiful and dignified. They were referred to as aquiline noses; the name comes from the word aquilinus (“eagle-like”).
Mark Bradley,Smell and the Ancient Senses
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