Roman Lead Ritual Mirror with Ancient Greek Script on Back! Small mirrors such as this, with glass attached inside (now lost) were left as funerary/tomb offerings to be used in the afterlife. Found in Northern Greece.
Roman mirror, Roman alabaster mirror with kohl tube, 4th-5th century A.D. Roman mirror, Roman Coptic carved alabaster mirror combination utensil with a broad leaf shaped handle, the object is pierced vertically from the top to form a tube for storing kohl which extends to the bottom of the handle, the round chiselled section at the front would originally have held a glass, this is the ancient precursor of the modern ladies' mirror and make-up compact, 14.5 cm high. Private collection