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  • cloak

    Cloak in two pieces made of undressed skin. Each piece has a fringe at the bottom with a fringed narrow strip sewn to the top with twine.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Find spot: Nazca
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    cloak

    Register 1960: Barkcloth cloak. dark brown with patterns in black.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Find spot: Democratic Republic of Congo
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    cloak

    Long woollen coat, plain brown

    • Object type: cloak
    • Find spot: Chitral District
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    cloak

    Long woollen coat, plain brown.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Find spot: Chitral District
  • cloak

    A man's cloak, an 'abayah', made of silk.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Find spot: Iraq
  • cloak

    Cloak (korowai) of twined flax (Phormium tenax), body decorated with black flax tags. Upper edge fringed with black flax.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Rain cloak made of flax.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
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    cloak

    Cloak made of intestine (whale).

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Northwest Coast Peoples
    • Find spot: North America
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    cloak

    Cloak made of barkcloth, fibre.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Find spot: Uganda
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    cloak

    Cloak made of skin (seal).

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Yahgan
    • Find spot: Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego; Tierra del Fuego; Chile
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    cloak

    Cloak made of skin (rhea), feather.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Find spot: Patagonia; Argentina
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    cloak

    Cloak made of cloth.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Choroti; Chorote
    • Find spot: Gran Chaco; Paraguay; Bolivia
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    cloak

    Rain cloak made of leaf, fibre.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Find spot: Pasto
  • cloak

    Cloak; made of papier mâché; painted white with blue markings on one side, white with gold markings on other side. Used at Day of the Dead Festival.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Producer: Linares family (Workshop of)
    • Production date: 1980s
    • Production place: Mexico City
  • cloak; abayah

    Embroidered abba (with tassels), cloak-coat made of cloth (camel hair).

    • Object type: cloak; abayah
    • Find spot: Hail
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    cloak

    A shepherd's cloak, a 'kepenek'; felted wool with patterning on front. Ankle-length, with sloping shoulders. Made from stiff, thick felted cream woollen yarn. Centre front opening, with small 'T'-shaped cut at the top; triangular hood....

    • Object type: cloak
    • Producer: Kocotas, Yasar (Made by)
    • Production date: 2001
    • Production place: Afyonkarahisar (province)
    • Find spot: Afyonkarahisar (province)
  • cloak

    Decorated fragment of possum skin cloak retaining the fur on exterior side and having the inner side painted with brown patterns of lozenges and angular lines, the plain parts scored with lines.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Find spot: New South Wales
  • cloak

    Cloak (kakahu), plaited (raranga) strips of black and natural flax (whenu). Four vertical panels of plaited flax (harakeke) in a tartan or chequered pattern (mumu), joined together. Fringing at the joins, sides and lower edge.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Production date: mid 19thC
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Chief's cloak, paepaeroa, made of flax textile.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Cloak made of vegetable or palm fibre, finger woven. Plaited edges and twisted fibre cords extend out at all four corners.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Find spot: Vairaatea
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    cloak

    Cloak made of hide (ox).

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Tswana
    • Find spot: Bechuanaland; Kalahari Desert; South Africa
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    cloak

    Cloak made of skin.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Kwankala; San
    • Find spot: Angola
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    cloak

    Cloak woven of leaf (plantain).

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Kaffa
    • Find spot: Ethiopia
  • cloak

    Priest's cloak; sewn of cotton; semicircular-shaped red cotton cloak with two cotton clasps across neck opening; appliqued white cross on left and right chest, and one at top of back.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Production date: 19thC
    • Find spot: Ethiopia
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    cloak

    Cloak made of skin (with hair).

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maji
    • Find spot: Ethiopia
  • cloak

    Cloak made of feathers attached to vegetable fibre netting.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Hawaiian
    • Find spot: Hawaii
  • cloak

    Man's cloak (hooded) made of wool.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Berber
    • Find spot: Atlas Mountains
  • cloak

    Cloak made of textile (goat hair), with a brightly-coloured 'eye' motif.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Berber
    • Production date: 19thC
    • Production place: Morocco
    • Find spot: Atlas Mountains
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    cloak

    Cloak of twined flax (Phormium tenax), body decorated with black flax tags. Upper edge finished with rolled cords of black and undyed flax fibre.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Cloak (korowai) of twined flax (Phormium tenax), body decorated with black flax tags. Fringes of flax tags on upper and lower edges, and sides.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Production place: New Zealand
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Cloak (korowai) of twined flax (Phormium tenax), body decorated with black flax tags.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
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    cloak

    Firmly-woven cloak made of New Zealand flax, with plaited upper edge, taniko border on sides and lower edge; plaited neck-ties.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Cloak made of flax fibre textile.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Cloak (kahu toi) made of toi leaf fibre dyed black.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
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    cloak

    Cloak (paepaeroa) made of flax fibre textile. The sides and lower edge have taniko borders.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Production date: 19thC
    • Production place: New Zealand
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Cloak made of flax fibre textile.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Unfinished cloak made of flax fibre textile.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Cloak made of olona fibre netting, the exterior is covered with cock feathers and red (iiwi) feathers and yellow feathers (oo).

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Hawaiian
    • Production date: 18thC(late)
    • Production place: Hawaii
    • Find spot: Hawaii
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    cloak

    Cloak, hihima, of flax fibre textile with undyed tags. Thrum commencement at lower edge, where row of double-pair twining links together warps. Below this is another weft adding additional tags to fringe, which must have been worked later....

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
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    cloak

    Cloak (pihepihe) made of flax with black dye.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Cloak made of flax fibre textile.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Cloak, kaitaka, made of flax fibre textile. Taniko border in traditional colours at the bottom.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
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    cloak

    Unfinished cloak of flax fibre textile.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Cloak made of flax fibre textile.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • jibbeh; garment; cloak

    Jibbeh (?, patchwork), cloak (?), garment made of cloth (cotton).

    • Object type: jibbeh; garment; cloak
    • Find spot: Sudan
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    manta; cloak

    Manta, cloak made of textile (wool).

    • Object type: manta; cloak
    • Find spot: Bolivia
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    manta; cloak

    Manta, cloak (woman's, decorated with bands of geometric design) made of textile (wool).

    • Object type: manta; cloak
    • Find spot: Bolivia; Peru
  • manta; cloak

    Manta, cloak (with linear pattern) made of textile (alpaca wool).

    • Object type: manta; cloak
    • Find spot: Titicaca, Lake; Bolivia
  • manta; cloak

    Manta, woman's cloak (double) made of textile (wool).

    • Object type: manta; cloak
    • Find spot: Huayucachi
  • manta; cloak

    Manta, woman's cloak made of textile (wool).

    • Object type: manta; cloak
    • Find spot: Junin
  • manta; cloak

    Manta, woman's cloak made of textile (wool).

    • Object type: manta; cloak
    • Production date: 1933
    • Find spot: Junin
  • manta; cloak

    Manta, woven cloak made of wool, with two lines of rick rack in yellow and blue at edge. Pink synthetic strip of fabric sewn around border. Main ground is striped alternating btween plain colours and patterned geometric designs.

    • Object type: manta; cloak
    • Production date: 1968
    • Find spot: Laurumarcu
  • cloak

    Cloak made of horse's skin, with dark brown hair on one side, the smooth side carrying painted patterns in red, yellow, blue and black enclosed in ornamental border of same colours.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Find spot: Patagonia; Argentina
  • cloak

    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...

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Yuruk
    • Find spot: Turkey
  • cloak

    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...

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Yuruk
    • Production date: 20thC
    • Production place: Turkey
    • Find spot: Turkey
  • cloak

    Man's cloak made of skin (leopard), skin, ochre (red).

    • Object type: cloak
    • Find spot: South Africa
  • cloak

    Man's cloak (elder's); made of skin (blue monkey); sections of monkey skin sewn together to make roughly rectangular cloak.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Nandi
    • Find spot: Kenya
  • cloak

    Woman's cloak, ahandir made of wool textile.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Ayt Merhad
    • Production place: Ayt Ambosh mrir Suq
    • Find spot: Ayt Ambosh mrir Suq; Atlas Mountains
  • cloak

    Woman's cloak, ahandir made of wool.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Igerramen
    • Find spot: Atlas Mountains; Ksar Timoula
  • cloak

    Woman's cloak, ahandir made of wool.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Chorfu
    • Find spot: Ayt Lhassen; Atlas Mountains
  • cloak

    Woman's cloak; woven of cotton; rectangle of woven cotton with off-white and cream stripes and seven bands of brown, red and white geometric patterns; fringe on each short end.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Zayan
    • Find spot: Arbala; Atlas Mountains
  • cloak

    Woman's cloak made of wool.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Ayt Atta; Ait Atta
    • Find spot: Atlas Mountains; Msemrir
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    cloak

    Textile fragment; see nos.207, 23; 184, 9.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
  • cloak

    Fragment of thick wool cloth, probably from a cloak, mainly dark brown naturally pigmented with a band of brocaded decoration in pink, dark green, dark blue, dark red and undyed wool, a repeating motif of dotted lozenge with vertical bars...

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Christian Period
    • Production date: 7thC-9thC
    • Find spot: Qasr Ibrim
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    cloak

    Cloak (korowai) of twined flax (Phormium tenax), body decorated with flax tags. Upper edge fringed with black flax. Woollen border at sides and lower edge.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Cloak (korowai) of twined flax fibre (Phormium tenax), body decorated with black flax tags. Upper edge fringed with black wool. Sides and lower edge decorated with green and orange wool.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Cloak of twined black and white wool in vertical bands, with side and lower edges of looped yellow and green wool. Black wool fringe at upper edge.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • cloak

    Cloak of twined flax fibre (Phormium tenax) with taniko borders incorporating red wool at lower edge and narrow ones at sides.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Maori
    • Find spot: New Zealand
  • overcoat; cloak

    Cloak, outer coat, made of brown cotton with gold coloured embroidery.

    • Object type: overcoat; cloak
    • Production place: Saudi Arabia
    • Find spot: Cairo
  • overcoat; cloak

    Black cloak, over coat; black with gold detail and tassels, synthetic fabric.

    • Object type: overcoat; cloak
    • Find spot: Saudi Arabia
  • cloak

    Fringed cloak made of bark (cedar), fibre (nettle).

    • Object type: cloak
    • Ethnic name: Nuu-chah-nulth
    • Find spot: North America
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    cloak

    Textile fragments adhering to horn with gold & silver stains; see nos.120-1, 158; 177, 2; 180, 1; 178, 1.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak

    Textile fragments with corroded foil and silver staining; from drinking-vessel complex.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak

    Box containing textile piece with fragments of silver & gold (from mounts of drinking-vessels ?).

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak

    Textile piece; from drinking-vessel complex; see nos.120-1, 152; 189, 3; 176, 3.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak

    Textile pieces adhering to metal from mount of drinking-vessel; see no.120-1, 156.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak; blanket

    Wool fragment adhering to piece of a drinking-horn with gold and silver staining (1939,1010.120-1.159). Includes wool fragments 1939,1010.178.2 and 1939,1010.185.11, and probably derives from a blanket or cloak.

    • Object type: cloak; blanket
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    model; cloak

    Doll's cloak, model made of textile, beads (glass), thread.

    • Object type: model; cloak
    • Find spot: Zimbabwe; Zambia
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    cloak

    Textile fragments, various, adhering to silver-stained horn (see no.120-1).

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
  • cloak

    Textile fragment, of woollen plain weave with spaced rows of overlapping pile (possibly dyed; probably cloak says publication); found amongst silver bowls nos.78-87.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak

    Textile fragment with part of gold & silver rectangular panel (see no.185, AC) and rim impressions from drinking-horns.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
  • cloak

    Textile wad, consisting also of nos.177, 6; 180, 5; 179, 7; 176, 16.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak

    Wad of wool, dyed yellow, with some leather-like material adhering. The impression from the metal mount of a drinking-horn terminal is apparent. Excavated from the drinking-horn complex. See also wool fragments 1939,1010.176.22 and...

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak; blanket

    Wool fragment adhering to a piece of oak; probably deriving from a coarse blanket or cloak. Excavated from drinking-horn complex. See also 1939,1010.120-1.167.

    • Object type: cloak; blanket
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak; blanket

    Wool fragments, some adhering to piece of a drinking-horn (1939,1010.120-1.157), probably from coarse blanket or cloak. Includes wool fragments 1939,1010.176.7, 1939,1010.177.1 and 1939,1010.185.9. Excavated from drinking-horns complex.

    • Object type: cloak; blanket
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
  • cloak

    Textile fragment; found in down pillow complex; see nos.207, 16; 184, 5; 186, 1; 187, 1.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
  • cloak; blanket

    Wool fragment, compressed. See also wool fragments 1939,1010.176.16, 1939,1010.179.7, 1939,1010.180.5 and 1939,1010.185.20.

    • Object type: cloak; blanket
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak; blanket

    Wool fragments adhering to a piece of drinking-horn, with silver staining (see 1939,1010.120-1). See also wool fragments 1939,1010.178.1 and 1939,1010.185.10.

    • Object type: cloak; blanket
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
  • cloak; blanket

    Wad of wool, compact, probably deriving from a coarse blanket or cloak. See also wool fragments 1939,1010.176.16, 1939,1010.177.6, 1939,1010.180.5 and 1939,1010.185.20.

    • Object type: cloak; blanket
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak

    Textile residues, mixed; from drinking-vessel complex; see no.176, 8.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak

    Textile piece from drinking-vessel complex; see nos.120-1, 159; 179, 2; 178, 2.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak

    Textiles, various fragments adhering to horn & leather; from drinking-vessel complex; see nos.120-1, 157; 177, 1; 179, 1; 176, 7.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
  • cloak

    Textile & flock fragments with silver staining; from down pillow complex; see nos.207, 33; 184, 19; 186, 6; 187, 7.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak

    Textile fragment; from drinking-vessel complex; see no.120-1, 153.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
  • cloak

    Textile fragments some attached to animal hide, of woollen plain weave with spaced rows of overlapping pile (possibly dyed; probably cloak says publication); from gourd cup no.1 and shoe no.1.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak

    Textile piece; from drinking-vessel complex; see nos.120-1, 154; 176, 4.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak

    One box of small wool fragments, dyed yellow. See also wool fragments 1939,1010.176.24 and 1939,1010.184.10.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak

    Textile fragment with furry pile.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
  • cloak

    Textile fragments of woollen plain weave with spaced rows of overlapping pile (with long tufts or loops; possibly dyed; probably cloak says publication); found amongst bowls 78-87; no.185 = SH10.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
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    cloak; blanket

    Wool fragments adhering to a piece of a drinking-horn (1939,1010.120-1.157), including other wool fragments: see 1939,1010.176.7, 1939,1010.179.1 and 1939,1010.185.9.

    • Object type: cloak; blanket
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
  • cloak

    Textile pieces, amongst flock and textiles from down pillow; see also no.189, 10; 207, 29.

    • Object type: cloak
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo
  • cloak; blanket

    Wool fragment, probably from a coarse blanket or cloak. Found amongst leather fragments of Shoe 4.

    • Object type: cloak; blanket
    • Culture/period/dynasty: Early Anglo-Saxon
    • Production date: early 7thC
    • Find spot: Sutton Hoo