Subtitle: Artifacts of Everyday Life
By Thelma K. Thomas
Year of publication: 2001
The University of Michigan excavations of Karanis, a Graeco-Roman period site in Egypt, yielded a wide range of textiles. This illustrated book is the catalogue of a Kelsey Museum of Archaeology exhibition that documents a selection of textiles from the Michigan Karanis excavations, along with the processes of their manufacture, their place in the culture and society of Graeco-Roman Egypt, and their archaeological contexts. 48p, 57 illus.