Bronze mask from Etruria, Central Italy. 8-3866
This bronze mask depicts the face of a youth and was most likely a decorative part of a tripod or other type of furniture. The youth’s hair is parted in the center, framing the face, and the mouth is slightly open. Etruscans commonly produced bronze or terracotta masks, including many found in tombs.
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