Ancient Egyptian Costumes Paper Dolls (History of Costume) by Tom Tierney

By Tom Tierney

Best suited cloth wardrobe of sixteen costumes for a male and a feminine determine spotlight 1,500 years of Egyptian type heritage. contains colourful sheath attire, sari-like cloaks, fringed scarf for the woman; kilts, royal gowns, and soldier's uniform for the fellow. a blinding window to the prior, meticulously researched and rendered.

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