tunic / textile / ribbon
Textile fragment from the sleeve of an undyed linen tunic(a); narrow wool and linen ribbon sewn to it(b). Ribbon decorations of small flower motif within lozenges or circles made of square dots, with small double squares between.
- 550-650 AD
- Found/Acquired: Egypt
- Length: 17 centimetres (textile)
- Width: 11 centimetres (textile)
- Length: 8 centimetres (ribbon)
- Width: 1 centimetres (ribbon)
Dating based on presence, and style of, ribbon.
Information from Hero Granger-Taylor (1990)
incomplete - fragment only
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA61517
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