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A narrow strip of crimson silk bearing a complex, chevron pattern in green and gold. Strips of this type are woven in the town of Mahdia for use on the textiles and female costume associated with the nearby town of Moknine.
- Made in: Mahdia
- Found/Acquired: Mahdia
- Length: 92 centimetres
- Width: 11 centimetres
- Used at: Moknine
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Object reference number: EAF28135
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