Period: 
7th C
8th C
Culture: 
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Samitum

Warp: 37 cm undyed s-spun wool

Period: 
7th C
8th C
Culture: 
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Samitum

Warp 27 cm proposed roundel diameter 52 cm undyed s-spun wool

Period: 
7th C
8th C
Culture: 
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Samitum

Warp 38 cm undyed s-spun wool

Period: 
7th C
Culture: 
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Samitum

Excavated in Antinoe, Egypt

Warp 12.5 cm silk

Period: 
6th C
7th C
8th C
Culture: 
Persian
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Tapestry

Royal Hunter #55

Warp 37.5 cm  undyed s-spun wool

Period: 
3rd C
Culture: 
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Tapestry

Syria- Dura-Europa

Tapestry weave with slits

Period: 
5th C
6th C
7th C
Culture: 
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Samitum

This textile was found amoung many others by Gayet in 1897.

Period: 
3rd C
Culture: 
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Tapestry

Syria from Dura-Europos

Period: 
7th C
Culture: 
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Samitum

This Duck samitum is held at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Treadling

I am honestly not sure why I did not realize this earlier, but recently, I was treadling away on an easy straight draw treadling (1,2,3,4) and made a life-changing realization! Usually, when I think I might have pressed the wrong treadle, I look down at my feet. This time I was gazing out the window at my son playing in the garden (my favourite part of where my Glimakra Ideal is set up) and realized the wrong set of shafts was raised. That is when it hit me, all I have to do to check myself is look at the shafts! Where had this information been all my life (well all my weaving life)?!

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