Head, architectural in character, of the type known as 'Hacha'. Sharply-cut features with large nose, deep-cut eyes, and lipless mouth turned up in a grin. Large scroll forms in relief at temples and on cheek. Cap-like headdress comes forward over the brow in a large puff.

Hacha, c. 700

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The Ethel Morrison Van Derlip Fundexpand_more  44.7.7

Details
Title
Hacha
Role
Artist
Accession Number
44.7.7
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Head, architectural in character, of the type known as 'Hacha'. Sharply-cut features with large nose, deep-cut eyes, and lipless mouth turned up in a grin. Large scroll forms in relief at temples and on cheek. Cap-like headdress comes forward over the brow in a large puff.