The J. Paul Getty Museum’s “Mummy Portraits”-Different Fayum Portraits-An Individual with skin that is ‘dark brown’ Serves as an Indicator for the High Degree of Intermarriage Between native Egyptians and Greco-Roman Individuals-A “Racially Striking” Individual who has “almost negroid lips, wiry curled hair, and dark skin”

Source: Mummy Portraits (Getty Museum) 1982 A.D.

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Note: Page 34 of the source.

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Note: Page 35 of the source.

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Note: From a google search of an Artsy article titled, “Unraveling the Mysteries of Ancient Egypt’s Spellbinding Mummy Portraits”. This is a colored copy of the image of above this one.

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Note: Page 42 of the source.

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Note: Page 43 of the source.

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Note: From a google search of a Forbes article titled, “Whitewashing Ancient Statues: Whiteness, Racism And Color In The Ancient World”. This is a colored copy of the image of above this one.

This source provides more Fayum depictions of a Romano-Egyptian individuals.

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