tunic / textile / ornament
Textile fragment; waist area of a plain linen tunic (a), with a broad seam joining two similar pieces, with the lower section of an applied tapestry shoulder stripe (b), decorated with a representation of horsemen trampling lions (?) within a border of narrow acanthus scrolls, the shoulder stripe has a rounded end and terminates with a circular pendentive, worked in red wool, with black wool outlines and details in undyed linen and yellow, light-blue, pink and orange wool, now perished in many areas, edges cut in modern times.
- Found/Acquired: Egypt
- Length: 28 centimetres (A)
- Width: 14 centimetres (A)
- Length: 7 centimetres (B)
- Width: 38 centimetres (B)
Information from Hero Granger-Taylor 
Tunic - fair, colour good. Ornament - poor, wool perished in large areas.
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA61671
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