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Coptic Museum in Cairo, Egypt

Coptic Museum in Cairo, Egypt

Lot Description    A COPTIC POLYCHROME WOOL COWL  CIRCA 5TH-6TH CENTURY A.D.  Decorated with horizontal and vertical bands of stripes, zigzags, dots and diamond motif pattern, 9 in. (23 cm.) high; and a group of Coptic textile fragments, tunic borders and clavi including: a polychrome fragment in loop woven wool with an interlaced square and diamond motif border with central stylized bird

Lot Description A COPTIC POLYCHROME WOOL COWL CIRCA 5TH-6TH CENTURY A.D. Decorated with horizontal and vertical bands of stripes, zigzags, dots and diamond motif pattern, 9 in. (23 cm.) high; and a group of Coptic textile fragments, tunic borders and clavi including: a polychrome fragment in loop woven wool with an interlaced square and diamond motif border with central stylized bird

Knitty: editorial spring 06 article on piece of naalbinding, description of difference between knitting and naalbinding easy to read.

Knitty: editorial spring 06 article on piece of naalbinding, description of difference between knitting and naalbinding easy to read.

Naalbinding fragment, probably from a sock, from Antioë Egypt in 7th C.

Naalbinding fragment, probably from a sock, from Antioë Egypt in 7th C.

#FestArchKnit. From Regina Degiovanni, textile teacher and artist. Inspired by a study of the Coptic Sock at the Manchester Museum Regina has worked to develop a close replica by trying to understand the method which may have been used in the original construction and applying them. At Festival of Archaeology we have a longer description of her approach if you want to find out more.

#FestArchKnit. From Regina Degiovanni, textile teacher and artist. Inspired by a study of the Coptic Sock at the Manchester Museum Regina has worked to develop a close replica by trying to understand the method which may have been used in the original construction and applying them. At Festival of Archaeology we have a longer description of her approach if you want to find out more.

Coptic. Tunic with Mythological Motifs, 7th century C.E. Wool, 53 1/2 x 101 in. (135.9 x 256.5 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund, 41.523 Brooklyn Museum additional views

Coptic. Tunic with Mythological Motifs, 7th century C.E. Wool, 53 1/2 x 101 in. (135.9 x 256.5 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Charles Edwin Wilbour Fund, 41.523 Brooklyn Museum additional views

Medallion, 3rd–4th century Medium: linen warp, linen and wool wefts Technique: plain weave with discontinuous wefts (tapestry); open slits.

Medallion, 3rd–4th century Medium: linen warp, linen and wool wefts Technique: plain weave with discontinuous wefts (tapestry); open slits.

Knit children's sock, 4th century AD.

Knit children's sock, 4th century AD.

Ornaments on Coptian textiles and Byzantian mosaics

Ornaments on Coptian textiles and Byzantian mosaics