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Woven medallion from a tunic, showing the good shepherd  Coptic Egypt, 5th–7th century

Woven medallion from a tunic, showing the good shepherd Coptic Egypt, 5th–7th century

Coptic, handwoven "Head of Spring" 5th-7th century, Egypt

Coptic, handwoven "Head of Spring" 5th-7th century, Egypt

Coptic fragment from late 3rd–5th century in Egypt // Linen, wool; plain weave, tapestry weave, brocaded

Coptic fragment from late 3rd–5th century in Egypt // Linen, wool; plain weave, tapestry weave, brocaded

Coptic Tunic Fragment   with Insertions - Egypt.  4th to 5th century. Linen and wool.  18 cm. x 31 cm. Tapestry and soumak.

Coptic Tunic Fragment with Insertions - Egypt. 4th to 5th century. Linen and wool. 18 cm. x 31 cm. Tapestry and soumak.

Coptic medallion with polychrome figures on a red ground. The image is said to represent the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius with two Persian prisoners, a reference to his victory over the Persians in 627; 6th-7th century Egypt

Coptic medallion with polychrome figures on a red ground. The image is said to represent the Byzantine Emperor Heraclius with two Persian prisoners, a reference to his victory over the Persians in 627; 6th-7th century Egypt

Textile Fragment, Egypt 5th century, The Metropolitan Museum of Art wool, linen; plain weave, tapestry weave posted by: Frank

Textile Fragment, Egypt 5th century, The Metropolitan Museum of Art wool, linen; plain weave, tapestry weave posted by: Frank

Coptic and Islamic textiles from Egypt in the Hermitage Museum. Coptic Textile with a stitched decorated panel.

Coptic and Islamic textiles from Egypt in the Hermitage Museum. Coptic Textile with a stitched decorated panel.

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