Weaving across different ages
Thursday، 28 May 2020 - 08:34 PM
The prehistoric industries were based on several industries that were needed to achieve some preventive and living purposes such as self-defense and answer the urgent demands of life.These industries were not based on applied scientific theories but were a tradition of nature. Developed and refined according to the growth of artistic taste, those industries preceded the art and then were mixed with it when man deloped a higher living standard and began to seek luxuries and hence emergeed the applied art, which is considered a sublime industry where artistic taste plays a big role.
Unanimously researchers said that Egypt is the oldest home of civilization , industries and arts, it may be the art and industry of spinning and weaving is among those associated with civilization in Egypt since its inception.
Weaving in the primitive era: -
It is the oldest documents left by the Neanderthal. Those drawings, which were found on the walls of caves, were discovered in regions between France and Spain and in the Sahara regions in North Africa, some of which are found on the rocks, in the Kalahari Desert, South Africa, and in various parts of the world, all dating back to the Stone Age.