Notes at the Lips of a magical rabbit hole

Notes pulled from Parçigal’s scrawlings:Fez: often confused with a tarbush? But, was it vermillion or indigo?Anumberate.Until the 19th century, SHASHIA was often surrounded by a turban. It is from here that the French term litham comes to designate the longstrip of canvas that serves as headgear to veil the face of the tuareg.SHASHIA is a craft practiced by the skilled artisans called SHAWASHI. This is the origin of the manufacture of SHASHIA which goes to Qayrawan, in the second century if the Egira*Note: her scrawlings get harder to discern, thus photos

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