Greek Comedy Mask



by Andrew Griffith
published on 12 March 2013

A stone version of a mask used in Greek comic theatre. Contorted features were typical in theatre masks and this one represents a slave. Pentellic marble (2nd century BCE). Found in Athens near the Dipylon Gate (National Archaeological Museum, Athens).

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