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Tunic Fragment


Byzantine
7th century - 10th century
60.8 cm x 15.8 cm (23 15/16 in. x 6 1/4 in.)
wool and linen
BZ.1953.2.10

Not on view


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Bibliography
D. Thompson, " 'Miniaturization' as a Design Principle in Late Coptic Textiles of the Islamic Period: Observations on the Classification of Coptic Textiles," Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt, Vol. 22, (1985), p. 57, fig. 2.

D. Thompson, Unpublished Ms. of the Catalogue of Textiles in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection (1976), Cat., no. 111.


Exhibition History
See Provenance.


Acquisition History
Collection of Mrs. William Henry Crocker (Ethel Willard Sperry Crocker, 1861–1934), San Francisco, CA.

By descent to her four children, Ethel Mary Cocker De Limur (1891-1964), William W. Crocker (1893-1964), Helen Crocker Russell (1897-1966), and Charles Wynn Crocker (1904-1961), 1934.

On loan to the San Francisco Museum of Art until 1953, when the collection was shipped to Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, D.C.

Gift of William W. Crocker, Helen Crocker Russell, Ethel Mary de Limur, and Charles Crocker in memory of their mother, Mrs. William H. Crocker, 1955.

Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection, Byzantine Collection, Washington, D.C.