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Gallo - Roman artifacts on display in the Musée d'archéologie Bargoin in Clermont, France.  From the 2nd century AD site of Martres de Veyre.  Braided hairpiece.

Gallo - Roman artifacts on display in the Musée d'archéologie Bargoin in Clermont, France. Second century braided hair piece from the site of Martres de Veyre.

This tunic is 76.7 cm long and 112.3 cm wide. It is made of plain woven linen, with wool tapestry woven inserts and appliqué. It was thought to have been made between the 7th and 9th centuries. The tunic is currently in the Textile Museum of Canada.

Object Name: Tunic Place Made: Africa: North Africa, Egypt People: Copts Period: to century Date: 600 - 899 Dimensions: L 74 cm x W 108 cm Materials: Wool;

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Tunic- Place of origin: Egypt (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Plain woven wool, with appliqué ornaments tapestry-woven in coloured wool and linen on linen warps

Artemis, Apollo, hero, satyrs, and Maenads on a woman’s tunic, linen and wool, 4th-5th c. Akhmim, Pushkin

Byzantine Tunics were the basic garment worn by men. If the tunic was longer (below the knee), it signified higher status and importance, and the opposite of a shorter tunic.

Coptic Egypt, Border and Three Fragments from a Curtain or Hanging, Coptic period, 6th-8th century. Wool and linen, slit and dovetailed tapestry weave with eccentric wefts and wrapped outlining wefts.

Coptic Egypt ~ Border and Three Fragments from a Curtain or Hanging ~ Coptic period ~ century ~ Wool and linen, slit and dovetailed tapestry weave with eccentric wefts and wrapped outlining wefts ~ Art Institute Chicago

A Pair of Roman Gold & Glass Drop Earrings, ca. 1st century BC/AD

A Pair of Roman Gold & Glass Drop Earrings, ca. century BC/AD of high karat gold, each formed with a plain ear wire, surmounted by a granule and fronted