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Figure 2.12 Suggested ways of draping some items of Egyptian wrapped costume: (a) The wraparound garment for men or women; (b) and (c) two alternatives  for creating a woman's draped gown.Tortora, P. G. & Eubank, K. (2010). Survey of Historic Costume, 5th Ed. Fairchild Publications

Figure 2.12 Suggested ways of draping some items of Egyptian wrapped costume: (a) The wraparound garment for men or women; (b) and (c) two alternatives for creating a woman's draped gown.Tortora, P. G. & Eubank, K. (2010). Survey of Historic Costume, 5th Ed. Fairchild Publications

Egypt, egyptian, pharaoh, queen

Egypt, egyptian, pharaoh, queen

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KS2 Ancient Egyptians- Display Posters

KS2 Ancient Egyptians- Display Posters

BOYS EGYPTIAN BOY PHARAOH KING KIDS FANCY DRESS COSTUME CURRICULUM ANCIENT NEW

BOYS EGYPTIAN BOY PHARAOH KING KIDS FANCY DRESS COSTUME CURRICULUM ANCIENT NEW

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Pharaoh Child Costume

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• Schenti (shent, skent or schent)—a wrapped skirt worn by men, which varies in length throughout each period and within social classes. They are often pleated and in the New kingdom may have had triangular decorative panels located at the front of the skirt.

• Schenti (shent, skent or schent)—a wrapped skirt worn by men, which varies in length throughout each period and within social classes. They are often pleated and in the New kingdom may have had triangular decorative panels located at the front of the skirt.


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