tunic / textile / ribbon / ornament
Textile fragment from the neck-area(front) of a tunic consisting of three textiles: a - Undyed linen base cloth of medium-fine quality with vertical decorative bands of thicker linen. b - Fragment of tapestry clavus with semi-abstract plant-motifs in undyed linen and coloured wool. Ends ragged. c - Blue and purple brocaded woollen ribbon sewn to neck-opening. Design now hard to see, but was apparently bisected, elaborate rosettes.
- Found/Acquired: Egypt
- Length: 21 centimetres (a; with c. 6cm of pile extending beyond)
- Width: 21 centimetres (a)
- Length: 6.5 centimetres (b)
- Width: 20.5 centimetres (b)
- Length: 9 centimetres (c1)
- Width: 3.5 centimetres (c1)
- Length: 6.5 centimetres (c2)
- Width: 3.5 centimetres (c2)
- Length: 2.5 centimetres (c3)
- Width: 2 centimetres (c3)
Information from Hero Granger-Taylor 
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA61717
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