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Men, women and children wore jewelry. Jewelers were skilled craftsmen. Wide collars were popular, as were rings, earrings, and bracelets worn at the wrist, upper arm, and ankle.
Upper Class: Robes of white linen. The Egyptians were experts in pleating. The upper class had sandals made of leather. People went barefoot at home. Lower Class: Robes of dark cotton or woven reeds. They also had woven sandals, which they almost never wore.
Upper Class: Soaking tubs of baking soda and water, with scented soap. Lower Class: The Nile.
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