This piece of woolen textile, woven in the Coptic traditional Kapati style, is among the most important items of Coptic art.
Two black squares in the center of the piece are entwined and form a frame, inside of which there are geometric ornaments. Inside the squares is a person raising his hand and surrounded by geometric ornaments.
Thousands of textile pieces were discovered in Egypt. The principal sources of Coptic textiles were cemeteries, especially the tombs of Akhmim and Antinoe.