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Mummy Portrait 3 Of A Man Model 1 3D Model
From Getty Center web site:
Object Number: 79.AP.141
Dimensions: 47.5 × 19 cm (18 11/16 × 7 1/2 in.)
The funerary portrait of this Romano-Egyptian bearded man is broken on both sides; the top and bottom edges are original.
Pigments used include lead white mixed with Egyptian Blue for the tunic , copper mineral green in the olive spray, hematite for the rose petals, and iron oxides providing the reds, yellows, and browns.
Fragments from the original linen shroud remain attached to the panel by resin and have been dated. Results based on Carbon 14 tests give a date of 794 - 827 B.C. for the wood and 670-710 B.C. for the textile However, the style of the portrait (including the man’s close-cropped hair) accords with a later Severan (A.D. 193-235) date. This chronological inconsistency may have resulted from the wood having been removed from an earlier tomb and reused centuries later.