A woven strip of cotton textile with three white and three beige stripes, of equal size, and orange artificial silk patterning. There are seven large blocks of patterning, worked in orange artificial silk, using discontinuous supplementary weft. At one end are two and at the other end three smaller motifs. The weft is white. This weave patterning, according to accompanying documentation, is known as 'jankulobo'.
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dagger (weapons: edged); dagger sheath (dagger (weapons: edged))
altar spills (spills (ritual & belief: religious buildings & furnishings))
ring (personal adornment)
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