Tragic comic masks - roman mosaic.jpg

Summary[ ]

Artist
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Description
English: Mosaic showing theatrical masks of Tragedy and Comedy. Roman artwork, 2nd century CE.
Date 2nd century date QS:P571,+150-00-00T00:00:00Z/7
Medium mosaic
Dimensions H. 74.6 cm (29 ¼ in.)
institution QS:P195,Q333906
Current location
Palazzo Nuovo, first hall, Hall of the Doves
Accession number
MC 392
Credit line From the Baths of Decius on the Aventine Hill, Rome
Source/Photographer antmoose, 4June 2005; English Wikipedia, original upload 25 June 2005 by Wetman, same filename

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