Fragment of a 6th Century Coptic tapistry. Musée du Louvre, Paris. Exhibit: L'art copte en Egypte: 2000 ans de Christianisme (Coptic art in Egypte, 2000 years of Christianity) Musée de l'Ephèbe, Le Cap d'Agde, France, 2000. http://www.museecapdagde.com/
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
Byzantine & Christian Museum. The polychrome, woven band was part of the decoration on a chiton. Usually a linen chiton had bands sewn in a vertical arrangement on front and back as well as towards the ends of the sleeves.
Textile Art Council: Supporting Textile Arts in Northern California Fragment, probably of a tunic, Coptic period, 6th century Egypt Wool, tapestry weave 24.8 x 21.3 cm (9 3/4 x 8 3/8 in.) Gift of Arthur Sachs 1952.25