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Coptic textile - some kind of caryatids or atlants ?

Hermitage Coptic Textiles

Hermitage Coptic Textiles

This small tapestry-woven fragment reveals the degree of continuity between the Coptic and Fatamid textile production in Egypt. Stylized scr...

Associated place Egypt (find spot) Fustat (possible find spot) Near East (place of creation) Date Fatimid Period (AD 909 - Material and technique linen, plain woven and tapestry woven with white flax and coloured silk

early (4th - 6th century) Coptic textile ♥    Nazmiyal colletion

Although Coptic textiles are ancient, the traditions are remarkably advanced and versatile. Coptic textiles served decorative, functional, artistic and spiritual purposes. This diversity is still apparent in the few pieces that survive.

Coptic. Textile of Purple Hare in Foliage, 4th-5th century C.E. Textile; wool, 8 1/4 x 8 1/4 in. (21 x 21 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Pratt Institute, 42.438.2. Creative Commons-BY

Coptic Period ~ Textile of Purple Hare in Foliage ~ century C. ~ wool ~ Brooklyn Museum ~ Gift of Pratt Institute

Textile fragment at the V&A Woven, weft-faced compound twill of silk (samite). Possibly Spanish or Byzantine (found in Egypt?) ca. AD900-1300. The breast of the bird (pheasant?) faces left and is of green, yellow and red. It stands on a rectangle containing circular icons. The background is of yellow warp and yellow and green weft.

Textile fragment

Textile fragment

Tiraz: Inscribed Textiles from the Early Islamic Period

(Period 4 1 A D - 500 A D ) **Information** ca 939 - 40 Egypt Islamic **Location** Modern Day Egypt **Symbols** Tiraz Arabic **Content** Fragment not stated **Structure** Arabic grammar **Material **Context** Fragment Iraq

Fragment of a Band with Noble Equestrian and Soldier, inscribed "Joseph" in Greek or Coptic, 7th–9th century (?). Made in Egypt or Syria (?). Weft-faced compound twill (samit) in blue-violet and beige silk. Byzantine Collection, Dumbarton Oaks, Washington, D.C. (BZ.1956.2)

Fragment of a Band with Noble Equestrian and Soldier, Inscribed “Joseph” in Greek or Coptic

Fragment of a Sleeve Object Name: Fragment Date: 6th century Geography: Egypt Culture: Coptic Medium: Wool, linen; plain weave, tapestry weave Dimensions: 11.75 in. high 9.25 in. wide (29.84 cm high 23.49 cm wide) Classification: Textiles

Fragment of a Sleeve Object Name: Fragment Date: century Geography: Egypt Culture: Coptic Medium: Wool, linen; plain weave, tapestry weave Dimensions: in.

Coptic fabric pattern

The Coptic pattern on the fabric. Publication of the book "Meyers Konversations-Lexikon", Volume Leipzig, Germany, 1910

coptic textile fragment .

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