Alexandrea Hayes

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COPTIC TEXTILE. Egypt, Christian Period, c. 4th-6th century AD. Double-weave fabric with two registers of lozenge patterns on red ground. 8 x 12.5 inches.

COPTIC TEXTILE, Egypt, Christian Period, c. Double-weave fabric with two registers of lozenge patterns on red ground.

Child's dress or tunic, from a tomb at Akhmim. Egypt, 4th century

Child's tunic, from a tomb at Akhmim, Egypt. Cotton, resist-dyed with indigo. Based on material and shape, probably made in Syria or Iran

Origin: Egypt, Alexandria Type: Fragment, Period: 6th-8th Century  Warp: Material: wool, tan, natural Spin/Ply: 5 spun Density: 23in.  Weft: Material: wool, natural and dyed Spin/Ply: 5 spun Density: 34in facing wefts in tapestry ground  Decoration/surface:Technique: slit-tapestry, curved wefts, warp sharing, twining, soumac wrapping,   stitching, Density: 52in. pattern wefts  Remarks: A decorative square at the sides of the square and the edges are joined by sewing.

Origin: Egypt, Alexandria Type: Fragment, Period: 6th-8th Century Warp: Material: wool, tan, natural Spin/Ply: 5 spun Density: 23in. Weft: Material: wool, natural and dyed Spin/Ply: 5 spun Density: 34in facing wefts in tapestry ground Decoration/surface:Technique: slit-tapestry, curved wefts, warp sharing, twining, soumac wrapping, stitching, Density: 52in. pattern wefts Remarks: A decorative square at the sides of the square and the edges are joined by sewing.