What Were Greek Masks Made of?


Greek masks were usually made of wood, cloth or leather and were as creative as their makers. Many of the masks were often decorated with hair, either human or animal, to complete the effect with only a small hole drilled for the pupil of the eye to see through.
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they were usualy made from wood linen mud the more sofisticated/ expensive ones in the 3rd century BC were made of metals like bronze
Artisans use only their hands, pushing small pieces of absorbent paper wet with plaster into place in hand-sculpted greased molds. Rough edged paper pieces are preferred. Plaster
Latex i think.
Both Greeks and Romans practiced polytheistic or pagan religion, meaning they worshipped many gods instead of just one. Each of these deities presided over some aspect of people's
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