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Traditional Weaving of Al Sadu


Language: Multilingual

Traditional weaving of Al Sadu refers to the traditional woven textile made by Bedouin women: in Arabic, ‘Al Sadu’ means weaving done in a horizontal style. The weaving is a form of warp-faced plain weave made on a ground loom. The cloth forms a tightly woven, durable textile and the weavers make use of natural fibres found in their natural environment


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Place/region: Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Middle East, Southwest Asia
Series: Inscriptions on the Intangible Heritage Lists
Type: Documentary
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Director: Mohammed Al Dablan
Publisher: Saudi Heritage Preservation Society
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Original: Video.MP4
Location: EV only
UMVS reference: SYNAV-0158600007-HD
Source ref.: DOC: 0158600017
Rights holder: Saudi Heritage Preservation Society