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A COPTIC TEXTILE PANEL -  CIRCA 4TH-5TH CENTURY A.D. The rectangular polychrome panel with a fringed border, centered by four roundels each containing a running warrior, nude but for a mantle draped over the shoulder, the upper left warrior holding a bow and arrow, the other warriors carrying shields and attributes, framed by scrolling vines, enclosing various flora and fauna including a bird, a goat and a pomegranate 22¼ in. (56.5 cm.) long

A COPTIC TEXTILE PANEL - CIRCA 4TH-5TH CENTURY A.D. The rectangular polychrome panel with a fringed border, centered by four roundels each containing a running warrior, nude but for a mantle draped over the shoulder, the upper left warrior holding a bow and arrow, the other warriors carrying shields and attributes, framed by scrolling vines, enclosing various flora and fauna including a bird, a goat and a pomegranate 22¼ in. (56.5 cm.) long

The Devonshire Hunting Tapestries: Boar and Bear Hunt, unknown maker, about 1425-1430. Museum no. T.204-1957

The Devonshire Hunting Tapestries: Boar and Bear Hunt, unknown maker, about 1425-1430. Museum no. T.204-1957

Vanity Sounds the Horn and Ignorance Unleashes the Hounds Overconfidence, Rashness, and Desire (from The Hunt of the Frail Stag) (50.145.4) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Vanity Sounds the Horn and Ignorance Unleashes the Hounds Overconfidence, Rashness, and Desire (from The Hunt of the Frail Stag) (50.145.4) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Falcon's Bath

The Falcon's Bath

Tapestry with the Falcon's Bath, 1400–1415

Tapestry with the Falcon's Bath, 1400–1415

Coptic textiles characterized by 'S-twist' of thread. They would wash wool fibers in hot water & wood ash soap & then dry them. Next, they would beat out dirt & card linen, silk & woolen fibers. The fiber was then graded, bleached & spun into thread. Spinners would pull out fibers and twist them together. This was done by either rolling fibers between palms or using a hooked stick. The Copt weavers also invented flying shuttle technique, which uses second shuttle to weave in an extra linen…

Coptic textiles characterized by 'S-twist' of thread. They would wash wool fibers in hot water & wood ash soap & then dry them. Next, they would beat out dirt & card linen, silk & woolen fibers. The fiber was then graded, bleached & spun into thread. Spinners would pull out fibers and twist them together. This was done by either rolling fibers between palms or using a hooked stick. The Copt weavers also invented flying shuttle technique, which uses second shuttle to weave in an extra linen…

Icon of the Virgin & Child | Cleveland Museum of Art. Coptic Tapestry, Egypt, 500s

Icon of the Virgin & Child | Cleveland Museum of Art. Coptic Tapestry, Egypt, 500s

Hanging with Christian Images, 500s Egypt, Byzantine period, 6th century plain weave (tabby) with inwoven tapestry weave; dyed wool, undyed linen, 1982.73

Hanging with Christian Images, 500s Egypt, Byzantine period, 6th century plain weave (tabby) with inwoven tapestry weave; dyed wool, undyed linen, 1982.73

A COPTIC TEXTILE FRAGMENT CIRCA 6TH CENTURY A.D. -  Rectangular in form, centered by a haloed and rosy-cheeked female bust, wearing earrings and a necklace, with smaller busts within roundels in each corner panel, the side panels each with two Erotes, one holding a bird, and one holding a conical vessel, of linen and natural, red, blue, ochre, green and black wool 12¼ in. (31.7 cm.) long

A COPTIC TEXTILE FRAGMENT CIRCA 6TH CENTURY A.D. - Rectangular in form, centered by a haloed and rosy-cheeked female bust, wearing earrings and a necklace, with smaller busts within roundels in each corner panel, the side panels each with two Erotes, one holding a bird, and one holding a conical vessel, of linen and natural, red, blue, ochre, green and black wool 12¼ in. (31.7 cm.) long

Panel  Date: 4th–5th century Geography: Egypt Medium: Linen, wool; tapestry weave, looped embroidery Dimensions: H. 14 1/4 in. (36.2 cm) W. 11 3/4 in. (29.8 cm)

Panel Date: 4th–5th century Geography: Egypt Medium: Linen, wool; tapestry weave, looped embroidery Dimensions: H. 14 1/4 in. (36.2 cm) W. 11 3/4 in. (29.8 cm)