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A bag (also known regionally as a sack) is a common tool in the form of a non-rigid container. The use of bags predates recorded history, with the earliest bags being no more than lengths of animal skin, cotton, or woven plant fibers, folded up at the edges and secured in that shape with strings of the same material.


Bags have been around for hundreds of years and have been used by both men and women. Bags have been prevalent as far back as ancient Egypt. Many hieroglyphs depict males with bags tied around their waist. The Bible mentions pouches, especially Judas Iscariot, carrying one around, holding his personal items. In the 14th century, wary of pickpockets and thieves, many people used drawstring bags, in which to carry their money. These bags were attached to "girdles" via a long cord fastened to the waist.

TYPES ofBags

Antistatic bag,

used for shipping electronic components



Bin bag, garbage bag, or trash bag

Body bag

Book bag

Bulk bag, a name for a flexible intermediate bulk container

Burn bag

Cempra Bags - a favorite of bagholders.

Diplomatic bag

Drawstring bag

Duffel bag

Flour sack

Gunny sack

Handbag, purse

Laptop Bag

Messenger bag

Money bag

Paper bag

Plastic bag

Paper sack - multi-wall paper bag

Popcorn bag


Satchel (bag)

Sling bag, worn over the shoulder

Shopping bag

Plastic shopping bag

Reusable shopping bag

Thermal bag

Tote bag

Travel bag or suitcase


Airbag, vehicle safety device

Punching bag,

a piece of physical training equipment

Perhaps-bag or netted sack

Sleeping bag

Tea bag

Coin purse

Grocery bag

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