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Woven textile fragment. Three thick lines run horizontally across the textile, coloured dark red, red, and dark blue. To the top on a light tan background sit a series of four animal(?) faces, similar but for colour, with square protrusions at top (horns?), thin rectangles to each side at the midpoint, and square eyes and mouth. Each face is of a single colour, either red, pink, or dark yellow, with eyes and mouths alternating between pink and blue. The faces are interspersed by small shapes in similar colours. To the bottom of the textile are the remnants of rectangular panels with red or pink background, holding shapes and figures in blue, dark yellow, and light tan.

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