Inv. n°: MMoCA9

Egyptian Stucco Female Funerary Mask, Roman period

Comprising the head and torso in relief, decorated in polychromy, wearing pink drapery, her hands lying on her torso, holding a garland in her right hand, wearing finger rings and a bracelet, her black painted hair centrally-parted and drawn back to the nape of her neck, her lips down turned, with large almond-shaped eyes, pierced for pegs at the bottom and sides.

h. 64.8 cm x w. 28 x d. 26.5 cm

c. 2nd-3rd century AD



  • Ex-private collection, Dr. D. Vrontakis, Sweden and Canada, 1970s
  • Archeologia S.A., 1980s
  • With Medusa Ancient Art, early 1990s, Accompanied by a French passport #076903
  • Bonhams, Sale 15216, London, 26th October 2007, lot 80


  • Bonhams London, Antiquities Sale, 26th October 2007, p. 36, lot 80
  • P. Clayton, "Ancient Egypt" in M. Merrony (ed.), Mougins Museum of Classical Art, France, 2011, p.54, fig. 46


  • Musée d'Art Classique de Mougins (MACM), Mougins, France, from June 2011

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