Ramallah, like most Palestinian cities, has a rich folklore. Such folklore was embodied in fellaheen or village women apparel, in particular the traditional robe-like dresses (known in Arabic as thoub). Until the 1940s, a woman’s economic status, marital status, and the town or area they were from could be deciphered by most Palestinian women by the type of cloth, colors, cut, and embroidery motifs, or lack thereof, used for the robe-like dress or “thoub” in Arabic. As seen on this handmade keychain, The traditional dress (thoub) worn by women in Ramallah city was made of black fabric and red embroidery.
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