** Mosaic glass, Roman Empire

** Mosaic glass, Roman Empire

AN EGYPTIAN MOSAIC GLASS MAENAD HEAD INLAY   PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.   The New Comedy theatrical mask made from two halves

AN EGYPTIAN MOSAIC GLASS MAENAD HEAD INLAY PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C. The New Comedy theatrical mask made from two halves

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Romano-Egyptian Mosaic Glass Inlay Depicting a Wagtail | par Ancient Art

Romano-Egyptian Mosaic Glass Inlay Depicting a Wagtail | par Ancient Art

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These are similar masks that many actors wore during the greek plays. The different types of masks represented gender and character.

These are similar masks that many actors wore during the greek plays. The different types of masks represented gender and character.

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AN EGYPTIAN MOSAIC GLASS WADING IBIS INLAY.  PTOLEMAIC-ROMAN PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D.

AN EGYPTIAN MOSAIC GLASS WADING IBIS INLAY. PTOLEMAIC-ROMAN PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D.

Mel Munsen: Green, Black, White, Turquoise Folded Form (2013

Mel Munsen: Green, Black, White, Turquoise Folded Form (2013

Mosaic glass, 1st century B.C.E.  A rectangular decorative plaque with pale blue ground and falcon standing and facing to the right. The body feathers are shown in white and black, while the details are depicted in black, yellow, red, cobalt, purple and green. The falcon was the most sacred bird in Egypt and the god Horus, the deity protecting royal authority, was symbolized by this bird.  Text and image from the website of the Miho Museum.

Mosaic glass, 1st century B.C.E. A rectangular decorative plaque with pale blue ground and falcon standing and facing to the right. The body feathers are shown in white and black, while the details are depicted in black, yellow, red, cobalt, purple and green. The falcon was the most sacred bird in Egypt and the god Horus, the deity protecting royal authority, was symbolized by this bird. Text and image from the website of the Miho Museum.

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