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Tunic

Clothing, Tunic

Works of Art (15)

Caftan, 8th–10th century, Caucasus Mountain regions, Silk, linen, and fur (1996.78.1)
Feathered Tunic, 12th–15th century, Peru, Chimú, Cotton, feathers (63.163)
Intaglio with Dionysos holding the thyrsos and a cup, late 4th–3rd century B.C., Greek, Hellenistic, Banded agate (81.6.9)
Man's Tunic (Unku), late 15th–early 16th century, Peru; Inka, Cotton, camelid hair (1982.365)
Masquerade tunic, late 19th–early 20th century, Kingdom of Bamilike, Cameroon Grassfields, Plant fiber, human hair (1994.413.2)
Miniature Tunic (Uncu), 17th–18th century, Bolivia (Potosí), Cotton, camelid hair, silk, metal (2007.470)
Sleeved Tunic, 12th–15th century, Peru; Chimú, Cotton, camelid hair (1979.206.588)
Textile Fragment, 6th–7th century, Iraq or Syria, Silk (15.109)
Textile panel with birds amid flowering vines, first half of 17th century; Safavid, Iran, Silk, metal-wrapped thread; taqueté (26.231.2)
Textile Tunic (Bororo), 20th century; Fulani, Fulani people; Niger (Bororo, Wodaabe), Cotton (1993.372)
Textile Tunic (Jibbeh), 1881–98, Sudan; Mahdist, Cotton, wool (1993.370)
Tunic with Panels of Dionysian Figures, 400–500, Byzantine; Said to be from Panopolis (now Akhmim), Egypt, Linen, undyed, with wool panels in tapestry weave (26.9.9)
Tunic, 5th century, Probably from Panopolis (Ahkmim), Egypt, Undyed linen and purple wool, design in tapestry weave (26.9.8)
Tunic, 7th–9th century, Peru; Nazca-Wari, Camelid hair (29.146.23)
Woman Wearing a Tunic, 4th–5th century; Early Byzantine, Egyptian; Probably Eshmunein, Plaster terracotta (12.185.4)