The Dashiki Print Short African Sundress
Colorful design mirrors the original emroidery. Colors may vary from those shown. Made to fall to (approximately) the knee, colored by vegetable dyes and fixatives so wash in cold before wearing. Made by in India.
According to the ancient Romans, Africa lay to the west of Egypt, while "Asia" was used to refer to Anatolia and lands to the east.
A definite line was drawn between the two continents by the geographer Ptolemy, indicating Alexandria along the Prime Meridian and making the isthmus of Suez and the Red Sea the boundary between Asia and Africa. As Europeans came to understand the real extent of the continent, the idea of Africa expanded with their knowledge.