Ancient Greek Theater masks. The Ancient Greek term for a mask is "prosopon" (lit., "face") and was a significant element in the worship of Dionysus at Athens

The Ancient Greek term for a mask is "prosopon" ("face") and was a significant element in the worship of Dionysus at Athens. Also, in the beginning stages of ancient Greek Theatre, masks were made out of light wood, linens, cork and sometimes hair.

Hauntingly beautiful: Traditional Greek chorus masks by Thanos Vovolis.

Costume Ideas for the Chorus: Traditional Greek chorus masks by Thanos Vovolis. The chorus would often wear a uniform mask to show that they are representing one person. Main characters in this show should have their own personal masks.

Mask of a Satyr Greek made in the eastern Mediterranean 300-100 BCE Terracotta

Mask of a Satyr Greek made in the eastern Mediterranean BCE Terracotta

ancient greek theatrical mask of zeus...mask as supernatural character

ancient greek theatrical mask of zeus.mask as supernatural character

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Comedic and tragic masks or "personae," from Greece circa 500-300 B.C.

History of Greek Masks

Tragic comic masks - roman mosaic - Theatre of ancient Greece - Wikipedia

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