Sasanian Era Textiles

Period: 
6th C
7th C
Culture: 
Persian
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Tapestry
Period: 
5th C
6th C
Culture: 
Persian
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Plain Weave
Period: 
7th C
Culture: 
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Samitum

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

Period: 
5th C
6th C
Culture: 
Persian
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Tapestry
Period: 
5th C
Culture: 
Egyptian
Weaving Technique: 
Tapestry

Egyptian or Meopotamian shoulder band found in Akhmim, Upper Egypt,

Period: 
3rd C
4th C
5th C
6th C
7th C
Culture: 
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Samitum

Number 58 is the least preserved Sassanian textile in Weibel.

Period: 
5th C
Culture: 
Persian
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Tapestry
Period: 
7th C
8th C
Culture: 
Egyptian
Persian
Sasanid
Weaving Technique: 
Tapestry

This tapestry woven cuff decoration was woven on "one plied", presu

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

Tapestry woven band woven on tan linen warp.

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

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

Period: 
6th C
7th C
8th C
Culture: 
Egyptian
Weaving Technique: 
Plain Weave

Date 500-700Culture EgyptianTechnique plain weave resist dyed cotto

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

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