By Engy Hanna

In the late Roman and early Byzantine eras, clothing became a means of self-expression incorporating everything from depictions of faith to rich colours, elaborate embroidery, and even amulets meant to protect and bring good fortune.

This article was first published in print in RAWI's ISSUE 11, 2021

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