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Egypt - textiles

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A fragment of blue painted linen. It has been discovered on November 18th in a layer with evident traces of burning. #luxor @#egypt #koreinegypt

The shadow of a god is visible on one of the textile fragments recovered before yesterday. The high crown speaks for an identification with Onuris but only restoration will tell us something more.

The Ancient Egyptian shroud of the mummy of Tasheritdjedhor-Sensaos, daughter of the archon of Thebes. She died in 109 AD, at the age of sixteen. (National Museum of Antiquities - Leiden, Netherlands)

Tutankhamun’s ‘Amarna’ sash as displayed in the Egyptian Museum, Cairo:

Linen with cartouche of Rameses II in red ink.

Egypt, Assiut, pleated linen tunic belonged to Nakhti (chancellor during the reign of Sesostris I), Middle Kingdom. Found folded in the shape of a package near the mummy in his tomb at Assiut. Artwork-location: Paris, Musée Du Louvre

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Egyptian sprang 400-699 CE. Sprang is an ancient method of constructing fabric that has a natural elasticity. Its appearance is similar to netting, but unlike netting sprang is constructed entirely from warp threads. Archaeological evidence indicates that sprang predates knitting; the two needlework forms bear a visible resemblance and serve similar functions but require different production techniques.

Glove from the tomb of Tutankhamun. (C) CULTNAT, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / Ayman Khoury.

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Egyptian painted votive linen ca. 300-1200 B.C.

Tutankhamun’s tunic

Shroud of a woman wearing a fringed tunic Roman Period Egypt AD 170-200 This round-faced woman wears a fine tunic with narrow clavi (stripes); a mantle is draped over her arms. The construction of her garments is not easy to understand. The very deep folds below her right arm could be part of the mantle or might constitute tunic sleeves, while a tight sleeve visible around her left wrist could belong to the tunic or an undertunic.

tutankhamuns wardrobe recreated by Swedish textile museum in Borås. Tunic from his childhood

tutankhamuns wardrobe recreated by Swedish textile museum in Borås.

Child' sock wool KNITTED found Oxyrhynchus, Egypt 2nd cent Roman Manchester Museum

Fragment of linen cloth decorated with four rows of blue glazed composition beads alternating with five red bands; pieces of dried mud adhere. BM EA69756 18 dyn

Image gallery: textile / bead

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BM EA36177

Image gallery: artefact

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Fragmentary painted linen shroud with text excerpts and vignettes from the Book of the Dead, for a man named Amenhotep; BM EA73806 47 photos

textile / shroud

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Art Ins 1910.256 Cloth

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British Museum - shroud

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BM 73806 (the Book of the Dead, for a man named Amenhotep on linen)

Mummy Cloth Fragment Dynasty 26–30 Egypt, Memphite Region, Saqqara; includes the Serapeum MEt 90.5.102

Scribe's cloth Dynasty 26–30 Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, Tomb MMA 804 (M04), Forecourt rubbish, MMA 1913-1914 MET 14.1.393j

Scribe's cloth | Late Period | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Painted Cloth Dedicated to Hathor (Deir el-Bahari, 18th Dynasty) MET 07.230.23

Red-Dyed Length of Linen (12 Dynasty) MET 20.3.203a

Osiris Shroud of Djedimutesankh (21 Dynasty) MET 25.3.24