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About: Eagle Statue
Attributes

Culture:

Coptic

Technique:

Cast

Style:

Byzantine

Materials:

Bronze
Type

Type:

Statue
Map

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Location: 

The Coptic Museum

Created: 

The Fortress of Babylon
Timeline

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Created: 

3rd Century AD - 4th Century AD
Topics

Topics:

Arts and Crafts
Sculpture
Sites & Museums

Location:

The Coptic Museum
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Glossary

Coptic: 

It is a name for Egyptians of the Christian faith and their Church. It is also the name for the last form of the ancient Egyptian language, which was written with mostly Greek letters. The Coptic language survives only as a liturgical language of the Coptic Orthodox Church.

cornucopia: 

a goat's horn overflowing with fruit, flowers, and grain, signifying prosperity; also called Horn of Plenty

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