Ancient Coptic Textile Fragment - Flower Pattern, Egypt, Christian Arts


Ancient Coptic Textile Fragment - Flower Pattern, Egypt, Christian Arts

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Ancient Coptic Textile Fragment - Flower Pattern, Egypt, Christian Arts:
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Overview
Ancient Coptic Textile (also known as Coptic weaving)was created by Christians of the ancient Egyptian, and was developed in 3rd to 12th century AD.
Particularly, the most active era of the textile was from 4th to 5th century.Ancient Coptic Textile was used in clothes, rugs and interior decoration...etc.And the subject such as water fowl, plant, a person in the Bible, geometric figure was chosen in the textile.
Estimated production period
4th - 8th centurySize (Approx)12.59inch x 4.72inch (32.0cm x 12.0cm)
The size of the pen in the photo is 5.9inch (15.0cm)Condition
The top part of the textile is torn off.
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The item will be shipped by EMS (International expedited shipping) by Japan Post, with tracking number.

Ancient Coptic Textile Fragment - Flower Pattern, Egypt, Christian Arts:
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