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Textiles in Ancient Rome

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Alice Vinson

on 22 October 2012

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Transcript of Textiles in Ancient Rome

Materials Tools Roman
Textiles Made By Finis Other Tools Looms In wide use by end of 1st C. AD Earliest and most common Common in eastern provinces by the middle of 3rd C. AD Spindle Comb Cotton Flax (linen) Wool Silk Fibers Dyes Murex Tapestries, bags,
napkins, etc. Clothing Used For Pin-beaters Loom-weights Lichen Woad plant & dye Indigo plant & dye Fluid released from
the sea snail Saffron Madder Root Hemp Asbestos Rabbit & goat hair Women of the house, slaves, crafts persons
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