ARCHAEOLOGY AND ANATOLIAN SLIT-TAPESTRY WEAVINGS

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Fig.1 Diagram of kelim weaving technique

Fig.2 Fragment of a slit-tapestry woven linen garment from El Azam, Egypt Islamic period but likely much older.
Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Fig.3 Pottery fragments decorated with dancing figures black on yellow backround c. 1700 BC from Navdatoli, Indus
Valley.
pg. 92 Civilizations of the Indus Valley and Beyond

Fig.4 Same as above

Fig.5 detail of fig. 2 showing woven representation of a ceramic effigy vase

Fig.6 Effigy vase white on brown backround c. 4500BC from Sultana, East Balkans.
pg 165 The Goddesses and Gods of Old Europe

Fig.7 Detail of fig. 2 showing S design used in many later kelim weavings

Fig.8 Detail of fig. 2 showing star with circle in the center design used in many later kelim weavings

Fig.9 Detail of fig. 2 showing sceptre design