Mummy Mask

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Specimen Count
1
WOODEN CARVED MASK. BLACK INK AND WHITE PAINT REMNANTS. PROVENIENCE UNDOCUMENTED. IDENTIFICATION PROVIDED BY HMCG.PURCHASED BY J HIRSHHORN FROM THE DELACORTE GALLERY, NEW YORK IN 1959.
Coffin mask, wood, painted. Detail of a row of blacks dots representing upper eyelashes is typical of Roman period masks and funerary faces, ca. 30 B.C. to 337 A.D..
Record Last Modified
12 Jul 2017
Accession Date
1992-Aug-28
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Accession Number
370312
USNM Number
A553065-0
Culture
Roman Period
Donor Name
Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden
Collector
Joseph Hirshhorn
Topic
Archaeology
Place
Not Given, Egypt (not certain), Africa (not certain)
Length
20cm
Width
16cm
NMNH - Anthropology Dept.
Object Type
Mask