The portrait/s date/s from the Roman Period in Egypt and probably from the 1st to 3rd centuries AD. Such portraits are usually found in the area of
Donna Wilshere noticed that actually we have here two separate people:
The left looks like the face of a woman with slightly pointed jaw. The right looks more like a more rounded face. The hairline, earring, jaw and even the paint shading do not match. Obvious isn't it! But we didn't realise this.
Borg, B.E. 2010. Painted Funerary Portraits. UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology.
Walker, S. and M Bierbrier 1997. Ancient Faces:
Portraits from Roman Egypt. Press. British