Bronze, 2 3/8” height with top loop for suspension. A centered cross on pierced field formed by “crutches” or cross beams at the primary beam tips, forming five crosses in one, in remembrance of Christ’s five wounds. That form was later adopted by Crusaders. Good mottled patina from use. The Coptic Church separated from the Byzantine Church in 451 AD and flourished in Africa and the Middle East.