This is a beaded mask for a mummy.
It is from Tarkhan (Kafr Ammar, Kafr Turki). During the Late Period mummies were covered by a network of faience beads. At first, this was a simple covering over the body with winged scarabs and images of the Four Sons of Horus stitched on. It developed into a pictorial covering, with a face mask and bands of prayers, all worked in coloured faience beads. This shows a face, a collar and a winged scarab on the chest: the mummy also had beaded bands of text laid on it. This is a beaded mask for a mummy. It is made from faience. It is over 2,600 years old, dating to the Third Intermediate Period or Late Period (818-656 BCE).