Fragment Date: 14th–15th century Geography: Egypt Culture: Islamic Medium: Linen and silk

Fragment Date: 14th–15th century Geography: Egypt Culture: Islamic Medium: Linen and silk

Textile fragment with diamond-shapes and crossesfront | Near East 10th-15th century | cotton, dyed red, and embroidered with white flax and yellow and blue-green silk; linen backing; with remains of stitching in blue thread, possibly cotton

Textile fragment with diamond-shapes and crossesfront | Near East 10th-15th century | cotton, dyed red, and embroidered with white flax and yellow and blue-green silk; linen backing; with remains of stitching in blue thread, possibly cotton

IBN BUTLAN, Tacuinum sanitatis (Gallica, Bibliotheque nationale de France) 14th or 15th century, description is French Great detail of leather bag, pilgrim bag?

IBN BUTLAN, Tacuinum sanitatis (Gallica, Bibliotheque nationale de France) 14th or 15th century, description is French Great detail of leather bag, pilgrim bag?

Linen fragment; embroidered, 12th/13th century Egypt, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Accession Number: 27.169.11

Linen fragment; embroidered, 12th/13th century Egypt, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Accession Number: 27.169.11

Exchange thirteenth silk decorated with gold thread and pearls - Reconstructions

Exchange thirteenth silk decorated with gold thread and pearls - Reconstructions

Textile fragment from a tab with a cross, shield-shape, and linked crossesfront | Near East 10th - 15th century | cotton, dyed red, and embroidered with white flax

Textile fragment from a tab with a cross, shield-shape, and linked crossesfront | Near East 10th - 15th century | cotton, dyed red, and embroidered with white flax

reversechildtunic  Mamluk period child's tunic

An Egyptian Child’s tunic from the Mamluk period

reversechildtunic Mamluk period child's tunic

Aumoniere brodee

Aumoniere brodee

Fragment de drap de sellerie représentant le tigre. Pazyryk, 2e Tumulus du Bashdar, 6e ou 5e s. avant J.C. (date incertaine, mais plus tôt que d'autres tombes Pazyryk). Musée de l'Hermitage

Fragment de drap de sellerie représentant le tigre. Pazyryk, 2e Tumulus du Bashdar, 6e ou 5e s. avant J.C. (date incertaine, mais plus tôt que d'autres tombes Pazyryk). Musée de l'Hermitage

Linen tunic with stitched decoration. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Mamluk. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Musees Royaux, Brussels. Location. 03

Linen tunic with stitched decoration. Country of Origin: Egypt. Culture: Mamluk. Credit Line: Werner Forman Archive/ Musees Royaux, Brussels. Location. 03

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