tunic / textile / ornament
Textile fragment; from lower front or back of a child's tunic; main textile consists of undyed linen (A), probably originally bleached, with two applied tapestry ornaments (B), originally worked in undyed linen and dyed wool, although the latter is now completely missing, both decorated with four dotted leaves inside a frame.
- Found/Acquired: Egypt
- Length: 34 centimetres (A)
- Width: 27 centimetres (A)
- Length: 10 centimetres (B1)
- Width: 9.5 centimetres (B1)
- Length: 10.5 centimetres (B2)
- Width: 9.5 millimetres (B2)
Information from Hero Granger-Taylor 
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA61701
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