8662. A POLYCHROME STUCCO FUNERARY MASK OF A MAN. Roman Egypt, ca. 2nd century AD. The head bare with curly black hair, the face reddish with a serene expression, the eyes inlaid with clear cast glass over painted black pupils. 6.5 x 8 x 9 inches. Repaired from large fragments with bracket for hanging in the reverse, a little restoration to nose and chin. See Christie's London, 4/99 lot 71 for one of similar style also repaired and estimated at $10,000+. See also a similar mask in the Museum of Art and Archaeology, the University of Missouri. Our estimate: $4500.