Coptic Cross Limestone 700 CE Thebes Egypt by mharrsch, via Flickr (Photographed at the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose, California)

Coptic Cross Limestone 700 CE Thebes Egypt by mharrsch, via Flickr (Photographed at the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum in San Jose, California)

coptic architecture

coptic architecture

Coptic Ankh on Shawl fragment, Egypt, 4th century CE, linen tabby with wool tapestry insert - Patricia Harris Gallery of Textiles & Costume, Royal Ontario Museum

Coptic Ankh on Shawl fragment, Egypt, 4th century CE, linen tabby with wool tapestry insert - Patricia Harris Gallery of Textiles & Costume, Royal Ontario Museum

Limestone gravestone possibly from Thebes, 8th century AD, Coptic period, Egypt.

Limestone gravestone possibly from Thebes, 8th century AD, Coptic period, Egypt.

Funerary Stele with Architectural Frame | Coptic | The Met

Funerary Stele with Architectural Frame | Coptic | The Met

Limestone stela, rectangular, carved in relief with two subjects separated by an inscription and surrounded by a double border of vine-scrolls and guilloche, on the upper half, a cross patée with loop on the upper limb, between two twisted columns with foliated capitals; on the lower half, a dove or eagle standing above a branch with its wings raised above its head enclosing a medallion containing a cross, round its neck is a pendant disc 6thC-7thC Egypt

Limestone stela, rectangular, carved in relief with two subjects separated by an inscription and surrounded by a double border of vine-scrolls and guilloche, on the upper half, a cross patée with loop on the upper limb, between two twisted columns with foliated capitals; on the lower half, a dove or eagle standing above a branch with its wings raised above its head enclosing a medallion containing a cross, round its neck is a pendant disc 6thC-7thC Egypt

the original form of the Coptic Cross File:RPM Ägypten 282.jpg

the original form of the Coptic Cross File:RPM Ägypten 282.jpg

Tree of Life Fragment (Coptic) Linen and Wool, woven 4th-5th century From the North Bohemian Museum in Liberec, Czech Republic

Tree of Life Fragment (Coptic) Linen and Wool, woven 4th-5th century From the North Bohemian Museum in Liberec, Czech Republic

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