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Shoe, hide. Made from one piece of hide (very thick) in moccasin style, and bound round the top with blue cotton thread. The instep is covered in with woven orange-coloured cotton. Worn by Kurdish chiefs in Shaklawa, northern part of Arbil divison of Mesopotamia, 1919. Part of complete costume presented.

Details

shoe (clothing: footwear)
16.3.60/8
Anthropology

1 item (description level: whole)
Broad category
Anthropology: Ethnography
Additional names, titles, or classifications
catalogue name:  shoe (clothing: footwear)
object name (local):  shoe
object name:  shoe (clothing: footwear)

Place
Irbil, Iraq; Asia
Additional place information
made or collected:  Irbil 
Date made
circa 1919
Additional date information
circa 1919 
Culture
Kurdish
Additional culture information
maker or user:  Kurdish 

Measurements
overall: 75 mm x 125 mm x 285 mm
Additional measurement information
overall: 75 mm x 125 mm x 285 mm

Provenance
donor:  Bradshaw, John Richard L.  Undefined - 1960-03-16


Related objects
associated object:  shoe (clothing: footwear) (object-38281)
associated object:  kerchief (object-38562)
associated object:  hat (clothing: headwear) (object-38887)
scarf (object-40891)
waistcloth (object-41609)
sock (object-40682)
shirt (clothing: outerwear) (object-42271)
scarf (object-42433)
sock (object-40683)
waistcloth (object-41610)
trousers (clothing: outerwear) (object-41846)
waistcoat (object-41770)
undercoat (object-42726)
coat (clothing: outerwear) (object-42727)
kerchief (object-40161)
Related subjects
maker or user: Kurdish
object name: shoes (clothing: footwear)
Kurdish

Record created 2000-01-22 by MIGRATION
Record last updated 2018-03-20 by XGVIEWS

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