Roman Egyptian mummy portrait - British Museum

Egyptian Roman era Hawara Mummy portrait, a painting of a woman in Roman dress

-Fayum portraits perfectly represent Greek settlers and Romans who intermarried with local Egyptians (Africans). - Musée du Caire (Egypte) A

-Fayum portraits perfectly represent Greek settlers and Romans who intermarried with local Egyptians (Africans). - Musée du Caire (Egypte) A. - Egyptian museum A

Roman, from the Fayum area of Egypt, 300-325 CE The painter has emphasized the age of the woman through stressing her wrinkles and grey hair. London, British Museum

Roman, from the Fayum area of Egypt, CE The painter has emphasized the age of the woman through stressing her wrinkles and grey hair.

Fayoum Portraits

Al Fayum - Retrato de momia de un joven. Egipto romano, c. dC / © The Trustees of the British Museum. All rights reserved

A Man, ? , AD 100-110

Fayum portrait - non-indigenous Egyptians / Africans but instead from Graeco-Roman occupations

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ancientart: “ The closest we will get to photographs of Egyptians who lived during 30 BC-AD Shown here are examples of the extraordinary mummy mask portraits produced in Egypt during the Roman.

portrait found in the Fayum Basin of Egypt, dating from 1 BC to 3 AD.

Fayum mummy portraits - Man with sword belt, British Museum.Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Fayum mummy portrait of a woman,Roman Egypt

Fayum portrait - non-indigenous Egyptians / Africans but instead from Graeco-Roman occupations

Fayum mummy portrait "Love these things-staring back out of the afterlife." KB

Fayum mummy portrait "Love these things-staring back out of the afterlife.

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