Kilts from Togas?

What did the Romans do for Scotland? Allan Burnett looks at the Roman legacy in the country from the Battle of Mons Graupius to the 3rd century, including an observation that the idea for the kilt may have come from the Roman toga.

"'Robbery, butchery, rape: the liars call it Empire,' roared Calgacus, leader of the Caledonians, at the men gathered before him. 'They create a desolation and call it peace. Whether you are to endure slavery forever or take summary vengeance, this field must decide.'"

Rome's legacy? Maybe.