Mumienporträt wohl einer Tochter der Aline, Tempera auf Leinwand, um 24 n.Chr., gefunden in Hawara/Fayum; Ägyptisches Museum Berlin/Altes Museum

Mumienporträt wohl einer Tochter der Aline, Tempera auf Leinwand, um 24 n.Chr., gefunden in Hawara/Fayum; Ägyptisches Museum Berlin/Altes Museum

Mumienporträt wohl einer Tochter der Aline, Tempera auf Leinwand, um 24 n.Chr., gefunden in Hawara/Fayum; Ägyptisches Museum Berlin/Altes Museum

Mumienporträt wohl einer Tochter der Aline, Tempera auf Leinwand, um 24 n.Chr., gefunden in Hawara/Fayum; Ägyptisches Museum Berlin/Altes Museum

Fayum mummy portrait

Fayum mummy portrait

HYPATIA DE ALEJANDRIA RETRATO FUNERARIO

HYPATIA DE ALEJANDRIA RETRATO FUNERARIO

Etruscan tomb painting, Tarquinia

Etruscan tomb painting, Tarquinia

Fayum mummy portrait - Late Period Greco-Roman

Fayum mummy portrait - Late Period Greco-Roman

Bilder-Galerie mit einer Auswahl an Arbeiten | Gabriele Musebrink

Bilder-Galerie mit einer Auswahl an Arbeiten | Gabriele Musebrink

Records of the deceased as they appeared in life, the portraits were typically painted on wooden panels and affixed to decorated coffins or linen mummy wrappings. (© The Trustees of The British Museum / Art Resource, NY)

Records of the deceased as they appeared in life, the portraits were typically painted on wooden panels and affixed to decorated coffins or linen mummy wrappings. (© The Trustees of The British Museum / Art Resource, NY)

Gemaldegalerie, Berlin

Gemaldegalerie, Berlin

Fayum Mummy Portraits date to the Roman period, from the late 1st century BCE or the early 1st century CE onwards. Not clear when their production ended, but recent research suggests the middle of the 3rd century. They are among the largest groups among the very few survivors of the highly prestigious panel painting tradition of the classical world, which was continued into Byzantine and Western traditions in the post-classical world, including the local tradition of Coptic iconography in…

Fayum Mummy Portraits date to the Roman period, from the late 1st century BCE or the early 1st century CE onwards. Not clear when their production ended, but recent research suggests the middle of the 3rd century. They are among the largest groups among the very few survivors of the highly prestigious panel painting tradition of the classical world, which was continued into Byzantine and Western traditions in the post-classical world, including the local tradition of Coptic iconography in…

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