Clothing the House. Furnishing Textiles of the 1st Millennium AD from Egypt and Neighbouring Countries
This richly illustrated book presents textiles and architecture of the Nile valley from the beginning of the Roman era until the early Islamic times. It contains over 13 essays from international experts about the architectonical context in which textiles were used, its technical specifications, decoration and the social status of those who wore textiles.
About the Author
Cacilia Fluck specialises in late antique art from Egypt. She works for the 'Skulpturensammlung und Museum fur Byzantinische Kunst, Staatliche Museen' in Berlin.