The kilt, a common garment during this period, was woven in a plain
tabby weave from natural linen yarn. Its edges are decorated with
black bands and fringes. Because it had been heavily smeared with
a thick layer of red ocher, its color was darker than that of the
other textiles. Though the kilt was found crumpled inside the shroud,
it is likely that the deceased was dressed in it when he was buried.