Roman period mummy mask made from cartonnage.

Early 3rd Century

In the Roman Period mummy masks and decorated pieces placed on the mummies were being produced from thicker fibrous material supporting a thicker layer of plaster. This made them less fragile. 

Source: British Museum

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