tunic / textile
Textile fragment of a tunic; square tapestry panel, worked in purple-coloured wool and undyed linen, linked by a section of plain linen to part of a matching tapestry band, probably from the hem area, or possibly the shoulder, of a woven-to-shape tunic, the panel is decorated with a quatrefoil within a ring of stems, with vine leaves branching into the corners and outline pearl border, the band is decorated with vine leaves and volutes sprouting from either side of an undulating stem, scented with an oily substance.
- Found/Acquired: Egypt
- Length: 35 centimetres (max)
- Width: 56 centimetres (max)
Information from Hero Granger-Taylor 
fair (very dusty)
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA61683
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