FMNH 110823.nosub[1]

  • 110823 sandal
    Photographer: Julia Irons : Field Museum of Natural History
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Side reverse view
  • 110823 sandal
    Photographer: Julia Irons : Field Museum of Natural History
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: Side view
  • File link
    Scanner: Phoebe Yates : Field Museum of Natural History
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: scan of catalog card
  • 110823: leather, pigment, wool leather
    Photographer: Diane Alexander White : Field Museum of Natural History
    [Copyright] Field Museum of Natural History - CC BY-NC
    Description: sandal leather, pigment, wool
Catalog Number: 110823.nosub[1]
Description: sandal
Materials: leather, pigment, wool
Cultural Attribution: Coptic
Time Period: Coptic
Locality: Africa, Egypt
Accession Number: [1553] Chicago Historical Society (Purchase)
Accession Year: 1925
Continent: Africa
Country: Egypt
Collector/Source: Chicago Historical Society, C. F. Gunther
EMu IRN: 1011459
GUID: 1fea205c-daca-4ba6-ab29-4d3f27c134c0

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