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Late Antiquity architecture in Egypt: evidence of textile decoration
Grossmann, Peter. • S. 19-36

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Textiles and architecture in the Graeco-Roman and Byzantine Egypt
Clarysse, WillyGeens, Karolien. • S. 38-47

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Textiles for the interiors. Some remarks on curtains in the written sources
Helmecke, Gisela. • S. 48-54

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The funerary beds fom the monastic cemetry at el-Ghalida (el-Kom el-Ahmar/Saruna)
Huber, Béatrice. • S. 56-72

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Late Antiquity household textiles from the villages of Kellis in the Dakhleh Oasis
Livingstone, Rosanne. • S. 73-86

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Late Roman and Byzantine textiles form Egypt: some examples of furnishing textiles form Spanish public collections
Cabrera, AnaTurell, LuisBorrego, Pilar. • S. 88-99

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Furnishing textiles in the Cairo Coptic Museum
Naureth, Claudia. • S. 100-114

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Late Roman cushions and the principles of their decoration
Paetz, Annette gen. Schieck. • S. 115-131

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Linen furnishing textiles with pile in the collection of Katoen Natie
Verhecken-Lammens, Chris. • S. 132-144

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(Wall-)Hangings depicted in Late Antiquity works of art? The question of function
Schrenk, Sabine. • S. 146-154

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The curtain (parochet) in Jewish and Samaritan synagogues
Rosenthal-Heginbottom, Renate. • S. 155-169

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The Egyptian textiles of the Museum of Cultures, Basel, and the "Tykhai tunic" fragments
Müller, Maya. • S. 170-180

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Red and purple dyes in Roman and 'Coptic' Egypt
Wouters, Jan. • S. 182-185