Cartonnage

Since the First Intermediate Period cartonnage was a material commonly used by the Ancient Egyptians. Cartonnage is made by building up layers of linen covered with plaster and could be either build up flat or shaped into a sculptural form. Cartonnage was frequently shaped to make mummy cases or masks before the dried cartonnage was often painted and gilded.

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