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Mosaic Fragment Depicting A Plump Woman

Mosaic Fragment Depicting A Plump Woman

Mosaic fragment from the mid-third century A.D. found in the House of the Masks in Sousse. This mosaic fragment depicts a comedy mask that embodies a plump woman, providing a glimpse into the artistic and theatrical traditions of ancient Rome. The focus of the mosaic fragment is a comedy mask, which was a common element in Roman theater. The mask represents a plump woman, likely characterized with exaggerated features, such as a round face, rosy cheeks, and possibly a jovial expression. The mask serves as a symbol of comedy and humor, reflecting the lighthearted and entertaining nature of theatrical performances during that time.

Image ID#: 22221 / Category: Arts / Price: 499$
Mosaic Fragment Depicting A Plump Woman
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