Stock Photo: King Louis IV and King Lothar I . . "Louis IV (81) wears a long tunic and a mantle that is not fastened anywhere with a clasp, just simply thrown over the breast; his crown is closed like a diadem, and his sceptre ends in a pine cone.". . "Lothar I (82) is clothed like Louis IV, only his mantle is shorter and arranged like a Greek chlamys; the mantle is bordered with gold embroidery. The crown is a simple circle with several raised flowers; the sceptre is similarly surmounted with a flower.". .