201: Coptic textile with two geometric orbiculi - Oct 01, 2011 | Ancient Resource Auctions in CA
A large Coptic textile fragment with two geometric orbiculi, Egypt, c. 4th Century AD, the linen gauze-like and very ... Item was passed
Cloaks & Capes
Cloaks were the common outdoor wear in the Roman Empire, but cloaks were also worn indoors, particularly at meals and banqets. It was impolite to leave off your cloak unless you were in your own...
Textile Fragment | Coptic | The Met
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Fragment of a Tunic | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
5 c. Fragment of a Tunic. Wool, linen; plain weave, tapestry weave. Dimensions: 3 3/8 in. high 2 3/4 in. wide (8.5 cm high 7 cm wide). Accession Number: 90.5.183
The Stoke-on-Trent Museum Archaeological Society came across these Roman examples of footwear in a former Roman well in a field near Uttoxeter. The remains of the 40 Second Century leather shoes were found in perfect condition because they were starved of oxygen. They have since been conserved at York Archaeological Trust before going on display in The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, Hanley.