Ancient Egyptian Sarchophagus Mask
From a sarcophagus, a mask with a white stucco face with black hair, detailed eyelashes and eyes. There are comparatively few excavated burials dating from c.525-350 BC, but more coffins have survived from the succeeding phase, 30th Dynasty and early Ptolemaic Period, when they typically have disproportionately large heads and wigs. During the early Ptolemaic Period, many mummies were provided with cartonnage masks and plaques, fixed onto the body by strips of linen. Egypto-Roman
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