Newsletter No. 12 - February 1999 Rag doll made of scraps of undyed flax tabby and  tapestry-woven decorations in purple wool on flax warps, with real hair and trimmings of dyed cloth and yarn.  From the dated burial in the Hawara cemetery, second half of the 4th century A.D.  Ashmolean Museum, Department of Antiquities 1888.818.
Newsletter No. 12 - 19 pp, February 1999 - available as a Pdf file to download
Egyptian Textiles from Late Antiquity in the Department of Antiquities, Ashmolean Museum - Helen Whitehouse
Asian Shoes in the Tradescant Collection - Phyllis Nye
Museums Round-up
New Textiles for the Ashmolean - Ruth Barnes
Letter - Information wanted on Asian braids
Reports of OATG Meetings
OATG Miscellany
New Textile Research Centre for the Netherlands
Exhibition: Chinese Silks in the Ashmolean Museum - Shelagh Vainker
Other Exhibitions
Lectures and Events
Books
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