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Bring it round right arm, ; 82* Fig. b ISA to front of waist and pin it to the corners a and c at the left side of waist in front, passing the garment on round the front ; tuck in a few pleats into in centre front the waist cord, then pass it round right side of waist and upwards across the back shoulder, over the downwards left across Fig. 18 the breast to right side of waist here pass a loop of material over the left wrist as shown in diagram now pass a girdle round the waist ; ; over the entire drapery, knot it at right side of waist, confining the drapery as illustrated in Fig.

The original of to the ; ; ; this figure is winged, the wings being omitted here. 40" 60* Fig. 50 29A Fig. H. H. del. pinjo. MYTHOLOGICAL PERSONAGE 51 ANCIENT ASSYRIAN COSTUME Fig. , but long. and covering the back half a small richly decorated shawl about Tied at of his figure is 20 inches square. his waist Note the hand bottom corner left-hand bottom ; tassels hanging from right- these would be the corner. He also same on the wears the mentioned in connection with Plate XI. tassels belt ; which look like horsehair The wavy hang from his sword a tassel also hangs from the back of his necklace, and two ribbons from his cap-band.

15. ; ; divided into three parts by pinning; these openings form the neck arid arm-holes. Fig. C. which the Egyptian influence is equally strongly marked in this case, again, the garments are all rectin ; 30 ANCIENT EGYPTIAN COSTUME angular pieces of material, the sleeves in one with the tunic. To knot the cloak to the over-skirt, as shown in this figure, the of the over-skirt should be fullness one hand the two corners of the cloak are taken in the other hand and twisted together round bunched up in ; the skirt in a knot.

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