leader of Asiatics. The men are wearing kilts or long garments that cover the chest and one shoulder. Their clothes are multicolored and fringed on the bottom, and they wear sandals on their feet. Each man is shown with a full head of hair, a short beard, but no mustache. The women also wear multicolored garments, but theirs are longer. Their foot wear appears to be a type of slipper sock, and headbands decorate their long hair. The painting also depicts some weaponry: spear, bow and arrow, ax, and sword. Two of the men carry waterskins( ) on their backs, and another plays the lyre. The donkeys transport two objects, perhaps bellows, which would mean that these people worked with metal (Hoerth 1998: 94). adr Beni Hasan, tomb of Khnumhotep II, Asiatic traders.
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