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Mask of a woman, from Egypt, Roman Period, c100-c120. Artist: Unknown

Mask of a woman, from Egypt, Roman Period, c100-c120. Artist: Unknown

2-580-487 - © CM Dixon/Heritage Images

Mask of a woman, from Egypt, Roman Period, c100-c120. The woman wears a yellow tunic, leaving her breasts exposed, a collar and a winged scarab beetle, and has a garland of rosebuds in her hair. On her sleeves are the protective wings of Isis and Nephthys, while images of other deities appear behind the woman's hair. She holds a sprig of leaves, perhaps myrtle. From the British Museum's collection. test


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  1. 0370001362
  1. 2-580-487
  1. 2580487
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  1. 1C

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Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 3440x5160
File Size : 52004kb

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  1. CM Dixon: British: Photographer
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  1. Portrait

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