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"New textile finds from Dios and Xeron, two praesidia of the Eastern Desert of Egypt"

Abstract : Report on the textiles finds of the 2011 archaeological campaign at Xeron, a Roman fortress in the Eastern Desert of Egypt, occupied 2nd half of 1st c.-c. 250 CE. Publication of remarkable fragments: pile multicoloured carpet, fine diamond twill with purple notched band, tunic with purple clavus, shaded band, taqueté, tapestry with curvilinear motifs, resis-dyed wool tabby with red and yellow motifs
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Dominique Cardon. "New textile finds from Dios and Xeron, two praesidia of the Eastern Desert of Egypt". Archaeological Textiles Newsletter, 2011, pp.14-20. ⟨halshs-00674996⟩

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