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Accession_Number 2005.7.19
adlib_title tabby textile fragment
Shape Textile
Shape_description
Material Wool
Fabric
Fabric_description Six small fragments of dark green woollen cloth
Munsell_color
Decoration None, although possible area of selvedge
Inscriptions
Condition Fragment. Poor
Technique/Style Tabby
Provenance Unknown
Period Islamic / Modern
Date 7 c. AD or later
Dating_details Date uncertain
Artist
Attribution
Image
2008.07.0029.jpg
2008.07.0029.jpg
Coptic textile fragments before conservation process made of green dyed wool undyed/yellow dyed? wool undyed bast fibre All samples plain weave Numerous fragments; weave very distorted; some wool surfaces matted Features include running stitches, two stitched edges; 2 folded fragments...
2013.01.0013.jpg
2013.01.0013.jpg
Coptic textile fragments before conservation process made of green dyed wool undyed/yellow dyed? wool undyed bast fibre All samples plain weave Numerous fragments; weave very distorted; some wool surfaces matted Features include running stitches, two stitched edges; 2 folded fragments...
2013.02.0021.jpg
2013.02.0021.jpg
Close up of one of the dark green fragments of textile undergoing conservation process.
2013.02.0022.jpg
2013.02.0022.jpg
Close up of the dark green fragments of textile undergoing conservation process.
2013.02.0023.jpg
2013.02.0023.jpg
Close up of one of the yellow fragments of textile undergoing conservation process.
2013.02.0024.jpg
2013.02.0024.jpg
Close up of one of the brown/yellowish fragments of textile undergoing conservation process.
2013.02.0025.jpg
2013.02.0025.jpg
Coptic textile fragments undergoing conservation process.
2013.03.0045.jpg
2013.03.0045.jpg
Mounted and finished fragments of coptic textiles after conservation process.
2013.03.0046.jpg
2013.03.0046.jpg
Reversed textile fragments, mounted after conservation process was finished.
Comparanda
Bibliography
Archive_Ref
Beazley_DB
Height
Diameters
Handle_height
Other_dims. L. 1.5 - 9.5; W. 11.0 - 4.2
Location Coptic textiles
Edited_by Anthea Harris; Kinsey; Joana Varela
Date_edited 31.07.2005; 11.01.2006; 20.04.2017
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