Fragment of a terracotta mask in the form of a horned bearded young male; mould-made with applied details, with the horns being added before firing; perforated for suspension above the surviving ear; a double row of curls in low relief marks the forehead, with the sideburns and beard (now missing) originally rendered in a similar manner; the surviving portion is repaired from fragments; made of fine buff-red clay.
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