Jin (warp-faced compound tabby) was developed by the Chinese in the Han period a few hundred years before
taqueté was developed in the Coptic era. Why Jin was renamed to "turned taqueté" by contemporary weavers
is unknown, but for sure Jin in the correct term and much easier to type.
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