A shepherd's cloak, a 'kepenek'; felted wool. Ankle-length, with sloping shoulders. Made from stiff, thick felted cream woollen yarn with specks of black kemp. Centre front opening, but 4 cms of the bottom edge uncut. Large, triangular hood. Text in brown wool felt on front: 'M - H' (right shoulder as worn); 'Tire' (left shoulder); 6 (bottom right); 'ki' (bottom left). Unworn. Identical to As1968,10.70.
- Found/Acquired: Turkey
- Length: 165 centimetres
- Width: 98 centimetres
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Object reference number: RRM188809
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