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Betsy Bevis
Betsy Bevis is a second-year student in the Interdepartmental Program in Classical Art and Archaeology, based in the Department of History of Art. Her interests include the art and archaeology of Late Antiquity, textiles and the Roman textile industry, and space, movement and meaning in Roman architecture.

Bénazeth, D. 2006. “From Thais to Thaias: Reconsidering Her Burial in Antinoopolis (Egypt).” In Textiles in Situ: Their Find Spots in Egypt and Neighboring Countries in the First Millennium CE, Riggisberger Berichte 13, edited by S. Schrenk, 69-83. Riggisberg: Abegg-Stiftung.

Carroll, D. 1988. Looms and Textiles of the Copts: First Millennium Egyptian Textiles in the Carl Austin Rietz Collection of the California Academy of Sciences. Seattle: California Academy of Sciences and Washington University Press.

Cortopassi, R. 2007. “Late Roman and Byzantine Linen Tunics in the Louvre Museum.” In Ancient Textiles: Production Craft and Society, edited by C. Gillis and M.-L. Nosch, 139-142. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

Jenkins, D. ed. 2003. The Cambridge History of Western Textiles Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Maguire, E. et al. 1999. Weavings from Roman, Byzantine, and Islamic Egypt: The Rich Life and the Dance. Champaign, IL: Krannert Art Museum and Kinkead Pavilion, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

Musée Dobrée. 2001. Au Fil du Nil: Coleurs du l’Egypt Chrétienne. Nantes: Musée Dobrée.

Rutschowscaya, M-H. 1990. Coptic Fabrics. Translated by A. Stephenson, S. Ashcroft, et al. Paris: Editions Adam Biro.

Schrenk, S. ed. 2006. Textiles in Situ: Their Find Spots in Egypt and Neighboring Countries in the First Millennium CE. Riggisberger Berichte 13. Riggisberg: Abegg-Stiftung.

Schrenk, S. and R. Knaller. 2004. Textilien des Mittelmeerraumes aus spätantiker bis früislamischer Zeit. Textilsammlung der Abegg-Stiftung 4. Riggisberg: Abegg-Stiftung.

Seiler-Baldinger, A. 1994. Textiles: A Classification of Techniques. Bathurst: Crawford House Press.

Stauffer, A., M. Hill, H. Evans, and D. Walker. 1995. The Textiles of Late Antiquity. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Thomas, T. 1990. Textiles from Medieval Egypt: AD 300-1300. Pittsburgh, PA: Carnegie Museum of Natural History.

— 2006. “Reevaluating the Textiles from Karanis.” In Textiles in Situ: Their Find Spots in Egypt and Neighboring Countries in the First Millennium CE, Riggisberger Berichte 13, edited by S. Schrenk, 135-148. Riggisberg: Abegg-Stiftung.