Faces of Immortality: Egyptian Mummy Masks, Painted Portraits, and Canopic Jars in the Kelsey Museum of Archaeology : [exhibition], Kelsey Museum of Archaeology, the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, September 20, 1979-February 17, 1980
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acquisition unknown Provenance ancient Antinoopolis aspects BC Dyn beard Beni Hassan black paint brow Cairo Canopic jars cartonnage masks chin chipped cm Bibliography coffin coiffure corkscrew curls Date and source deceased Diam Duamutef ears edge Egypt Date Egyptian Encaustic Encaustic on wood exhibition eyeballs eyebrows eyes facial features Fayoum paintings Fayoum portraits flesh tone frame the face funerary Garstang gilded Graeco-Roman Grimm Hadrianic hair hairstyle Hawara Hayes head Imn-ms inscription Karanis Late Period late Ptolemaic lips Mask Kelsey Museum Middle Kingdom modeled molded mummy masks mummy wrappings nose painted portraits panel painting Parlasca Period Dyn Period mummy masks Plaster Mask Kelsey preserved Ptolemaic Period Purchased in Egypt Reisner rendered Roman Period mummy Saite Period Saqqara sculpture Selkis Severan Smith and Dawson source of acquisition style stylistic suggests surface tions Trajanic Tuna el-Gebel unknown H unknown Provenance unknown unpublished Photograph Zabkar