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Sandal, made of plaited palm leaves. L. 12½ in. Given by the Rev. Canon Greenwell, F. R. S. Thebe (cont.)
Sandals, for a child; a pair in leather. L. 5½ in. 4th — 6th century a.d. Der el-Hammâlîn.
Sandals; a pair made of palm leaves and papyrus, the bands or layers of which are alternately staine (cont.)
Sandal, wooden, painted white, with many black spots upon it, arranged as it were to represent nails (cont.)
Sandals; a pair of child's shoes or sandals in leather, with pointed toes; one strap of twisted leat (cont.)