Western Asiatic Gold Mask of a Divinity or a Hero
Culture: Western Asiatic
Period: 8th – 7th century B.C.
Material: Gold sheet
Dimensions: Width: 10.5cm
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Conditions: Excellent state of preservation, with superb uniform. surface.
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The eyes, the joined eyebrows and the nostrils were carved to hold inlays of ivory, lapis lazuli, bitumen, semi-precious stones, etc. The small holes on the sides suggest that this mask was originally affixed to a support, now lost.
"The 1st Anniversary Exhibition" Miho Museum, Japan, 1998, pp. 18-21, n. 5.