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Portrait of a man from the Fayum, Roman Egypt. Artist unknown; 2nd or 3rd cent. CE. Now in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen.

Portrait of a man from the Fayum, Roman Egypt. Artist unknown; 2nd or 3rd cent. CE. Now in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen.

Fayum Mummy Portraits usually depict a single person, showing the head, or head and upper chest, viewed frontally. The background is always monochrome, sometimes with decorative elements. In terms of artistic tradition, the images clearly derive more from Graeco-Roman traditions than Egyptian ones. The population of the Fayum area was greatly enhanced by a wave of Greek immigrants during the Ptolemaic period.

Fayum Mummy Portraits usually depict a single person, showing the head, or head…

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Encaustic Mummy Portrait of a Woman with Earrings Egypt Roman Period 100 - 105 CE

Fayum mummy portrait

Roman mummy portrait from Fayum, Egypt, showing a white tunic, blue cloak and red balteus across the chest. (Photo: Erik Mö

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Fayum portrait - non-indigenous Egyptians / Africans but instead from Graeco-Roman occupations

Fayum portrait. 1st century AD

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Portraits of FAYUM .gaze into Eternity Music:Ross Daly "Bayati" from IRIS FAYUM-Mummy portraits Portraits have been found in all parts of Egypt,but are esp.

Fayoemportretten zijn geschilderd op houten plankjes door middel van pigment en hete was (encaustiek) of in de tempera-techniek. Ze stellen de rijke inwoners uit de oase voor, die in de Grieks-Romeinse periode tot grote bloei kwam. De wijze van afbeeldingen (schuin van voren, met aanduiding van licht en schaduw), de haar- en baarddracht, en de kleding zijn kenmerkend voor de Grieks-Romeinse cultuur.

example of ENCAUSTIC portrait - wax paint burnt into wood .Made from wood, found in the oasis of Fayum in Egypt. Roman Period, 175 - 225 AD Source: Leiden Museum of Antiquities

My middle school students just got done doing an Egyptian project (they made their own cartouche and drew their names in Hieroglyphs). I think I will do this lesson next to continue our ancient Egyptian study.

My middle school students just finished an Egyptian project (they made their own cartouche and drew their names in Hieroglyphs). This lesson would be great to continue our ancient Egyptian study.

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