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Textile fragment, rectangular in shape, narrowing at bottom. Weave is small and fine, with stripes in shades of brown on bottom, transitioning to red in a step pattern across midpoint, with a red portion at top holding several strips of design on the diagonal. A chevron motif is placed above each step, and two versions of an interlocking key pattern sits near top in brown and light brown-green. Top edge has been turned over and hemmed.

History Of Use

Originally thought to have been part of a mummy wrapping.


Said to have been collected during a trip to Peru in 1967, then taken to Britain for verification and framing, by friends, and then returned to the donor in Canada in 1969.

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