Cotton textiles from the Byzantine period to the Medieval period in ancient Palestine

@inproceedings{Shamir2019CottonTF,
  title={Cotton textiles from the Byzantine period to the Medieval period in ancient Palestine},
  author={O. Shamir},
  year={2019}
}
In ancient Palestine, the early presence of cotton textiles can only be attested by one net dated to the Roman period. Cotton was first imported in small quantities during the Byzantine period, in the 5th-7th c. CE. During the Early Islamic Period, in the 7th century CE, wool was still dominant in Palestine, while important groups of cotton textiles were notably found at Nahal ‘Omer. They were mostly made of Z-spun threads and included precious ikats. Cotton textiles such as garments and… Expand
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