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Man's lambswool hat ('subara'), lined in goat (?) skin with the fur showing, and interfaced with a cloth band around the edge.
- Production date
- 1910 (circa: donor information)
Height: 25 centimetres
Width: 27.50 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Text from Eth Doc 1892, no. 27g: Made by village men from natural coloured lambswool, and lined with thinner skin interfaced with a cloth band around the edge.
Religion: Macedonian Orthodox.
[This type of hat was] also worn in other isolated villages in the Šar Planina mountains in south west Macedonia, the border area with Albania. Other villages include Lazarapolje, and Gari and are inhabited by Mijaks, of Albanian origin.
Religion: Macedonian Orthodox (information from donor).
For other parts of this attire see: 52: jacket (long sleeves); 53: jacket (short sleeves); 54: trousers; 55: sash; 56: cap; 57: coat.
For further discussion of the Galicnik man's costume, and a detailed description of how and of the order in which this item of clothing was worn, see Eu1997,04.52.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Purchased by the donor in 1973 from an old Galičnik lady living in the capital city, Skopje. It formed part of her husband's wedding attire of 1910.
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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