This is a Bone Relief Frieze made in Byzantine Egypt, Coptic, 5th-6th century A.D. A carved rectangular bone plaque with incised decoration and attachment hole. This panel is either from the edge of a casket or the spine of a book. Provenance: From on old Hampshire Archaeological Collection. The artefact is in very fine condition and measures 63mm x 21mm.
Price: 21.00

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Byzantine Egypt, Coptic Bone Plaque. NP Collectables
BY297 Byzantine Egypt, Coptic Bone Plaque
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