Tausug Woven Silk Headcloth

Tausug woven head covering or pis siyabit is made of silk and square in form provided with geometric patterns. This is a multi-purpose headdress may worn on the shoulder, knotted around the hilt of the sword or kris or tied around the head among the Tausog men.
The woven headdress was purchased in November 10, 1984 and is 0.90 meters in length and 0.88 meters in width.





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