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Tunic [Probably from Panopolis (Ahkmim), Egypt] (26.9.8) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art  black and white tunic for Hans

Tunic, century, Egypt (Undyed linen and purple wool); (Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History) The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fragment Date: 9th–10th century Geography: Egypt, Fayum Culture: Coptic Medium: Wool, linen; plain weave, tapestry weave Accession Number: 31.19.15

Fragment Date: century Geography: Egypt, Fayum Culture: Coptic Medium: Wool, linen;

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Late Roman tunic - Tunica Manicata

A Byzantine Dalmatic featuring coptic and Islamic inscriptions; some actual phrases such as "'Dominion belongs to God" and others simply treated as pretty decoration. Egypt, A.

6 c. Egypt. Child's Tunic. The central panel with red, yellow and green embroidered foliate motifs bordered by two white and dark blue bands, the collar and sleeves edged with red and white bands.Dimensions: 15 in. (38 cm.) high.

A COPTIC TEXTILE TUNIC FOR A CHILD CENTURY A. The central panel with red, yellow and green embroidered foliate motifs bordered by two white and dark blue bands, the collar and sleeves edged with red and white bands 15 in.

6th–9th century Egypt  Coptic tunic fragment is accented with stitching and undyed linen self-bands (ornamental bands of multiple, undyed weft threads). The decorative clavi in gold, brown, and blue tones were woven separately and applied. Each combines the figure of a female, a saint, with panels of gold palmettes on a blue ground; a gold pendant decorated with a leaf dangles from each. Textual and visual sources attest to the existence of tunics of different weights, which could be layered

MET Tunic Fragment with Applied Bands Object Name: Tunic fragment Date: century Geography: Egypt Culture: Coptic Medium: Wool, linen;

Alleged to be from 13th century Spain, or perhaps just "resembles" textiles from Las Huelgas. Have not been able to find any independent verification that this is indeed a medieval Spanish textile. Pinning here pending further research.

Alleged to be from century Spain, or perhaps just "resembles" textiles from Las Huelgas. Have not been able to find any independent verification that this is indeed a medieval Spanish textile.

Tunic: Tunic Date: probably 5th century Geography: Egypt, Akhmim (former Panopolis) Culture: Coptic Medium: Linen, wool

Tunic: Tunic Date: probably century Geography: Egypt, Akhmim (former Panopolis) Culture: Coptic Medium: Linen, wool

5th–6th century Egypt Wool, linen; plain weave, tapestry weave

Fragment of a Tunic Object Name: Fragment Date: century Geography: Egypt Culture: Coptic Medium: Wool, linen; plain weave, tapestry weave Dimensions: 10 in. high 3 in.

Tunic, Egypt, 5th-6th century

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"Dalmatic with pelicans was made in Italy (14th century) and now is in Abbeg Foundation, Riggisberg"

Gail Russell Dalmatia tunic century Notice the seam lines. Rectangles and triangles Dalmatic with pelicans was made in Italy century) and now is in Abbeg Foundation, Riggisberg

Coptic. Tunic with Mythological Motifs, 7th century C.E. Wool, 53 1/2 x 101 in. (135.9 x 256.5 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund, 41.523. Creative Commons-BY (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 41.523_detail1_PS2.jpg)

This seventh century wool tunic has embroidered sleeves. From the Brooklyn Museum.

ancient artifacts, Egypt, A Coptic tunic, child size and framed, circa 300 to 700 AD. Natural linen & wool, 3 vertical white stripes on each side of torso & around wrists, decorated with tapestry weave bands at wrists & shoulders, and four round tapestry insertions, two on shoulder, two on body, with red & white trim at collar and sleeve hems. Together with a Greco-roman tunic band fragment decorated with birds and fish in blue and natural, all enclosed in dark wood frame. Purchased from ...

ancient artifacts, Egypt, A Coptic tunic, child size and framed, circa 300 to 700 AD. Natural linen & wool, 3 vertical white stripes on each side of torso & around wrists, decorated with tapestry weave bands at wrists & shoulders, and four round tapestry insertions, two on shoulder, two on body, with red & white trim at collar and sleeve hems. Together with a Greco-roman tunic band fragment decorated with birds and fish in blue and natural, all enclosed in dark wood frame. Purchased from ...

Tunic, fragment    Object Name:      Tunic, fragment  Date:      6th–7th century  Geography:      Egypt  Medium:      Linen, wool  Dimensions:      38.5 in. high 31.00 in. wide (97.8 cm high 78.7 cm wide)  Classification:      Textiles  Credit Line:      Gift of H. A. Elsberg, 1927  Accession Number:      27.209.3  Metropolitan Museum of art

Tunic, fragment Object Name: Tunic, fragment Date: century Geography: Egypt Medium: Linen, wool Dimensions: in. wide cm high cm wide) Classification: Textiles Credit Line: Gift of H. Elsberg, 1927 Accession Number: Metropolitan Museum of art

Printed Linen, 15th century Made in, Rhineland, Germany

Printed Textile Date: century Geography: Made in Rhineland, Germany Culture: German Medium: Linen Dimensions: Overall: 9 x 11 x Classification: Textiles-Printed

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