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The vexillum was a flag-like target used being a military standard by devices within the Old Roman military. The word vexillum is a diminutive of the Latin phrase, velum, meaning a holiday, which confirms the historic data (from coins and statue) that vexilla were actually "minor sails" i.e. hole-like expectations. In the vexillum the material was covered from the horizontal crossbar suspended from your staff; this is unlike most contemporary banners where the 'hoist' of the textile is connected right to the straight staff.