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The wooden plaque with the painted bust of a young man is a precious testimony to the ancient portraiture and is one of the so-called Egyptian-Roman mummy portraits. The portrait of the young man with tightly curled hair and beard down over his lips and chin shows a painting style with a pronounced internal drawing and powerful contours. It dominate the dark outlined brown eyes with bright white eyes and tiny light reflections. The unknown young man wears a curly hairstyle, reminiscent of youth portraits of the Emperor Marcus Aurelius and a dating in the 2nd quarter of the 2nd century AD allows.
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