A large fragment of silk cloth, warp-faced, mainly cherry red, with plain dark blue stripes, flame patterns and discontinuous pin-stripes between in ikat technique. Colours in ikat - white, green, yellow and mid-blue. One sewn repair closing a vertical split; re-used as pall.
- 15thC-17thC (?)
- Excavated/Findspot: Qasr Ibrim, Grave 9 fill
- (Africa,Egypt,Qasr Ibrim (Nubia))
- Length: 129 centimetres (3 frags joined)
- Width: 77 centimetres
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA36219
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