Portrait of a woman, Roman Egypt, probably 3rd century AD. Such portraits were apparently kept at home during the subject's lifetime and added on their death to their mummified corpse. They are often known as Fayum portraits after the place where many of them were found. From the National Museum of New Zealand, Wellington.
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