UV-Printed Replica of a Coptic Style Triptych representing
the last days of the earthly life of Jesus Christ, which are celebrated in the Coptic liturgical calender during Holy Week. The sequence begins on the left panel with the Entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday (top), the Washing of the Apostles’ Feet (middle), and the Last Supper (bottom) on Maundy Thursday. The Crucifixion on Good Friday occupies the upper part of the central panel, while the events preceding it are shown in the lower part (Kiss of Judas and Simon of Cyrene carrying the Cross). The story continues on the right panel with the Descent from the Cross (top), the Lamentation (middle), and the Harrowing of Hell on Holy Saturday (bottom) It was draw between the 13th and the 15th Centuries. The Triptych is now located in the Coptic Museum in Old Cairo
What's in the Box?
1- The Icon printed using UV ink on Gold Foil stuck on 3 connected plates of Oak wood, which are router engraved on their back
2- Our Unique "Reviving Coptic Heritage" Box
3- Printed leaflet clarifying the Coptic symbols and logos used in our project