Happy/sad paired masks are referred to as the comedy/tragedy masks or as ...
Upon completion of a play, Greek
a special covering (representing a human face or the head of an animal or a fantastic or mythological being) with perforations for the eyes and placed over an ...
respect to the function of
Two terracotta roundels with
Ancient drama of the Greek, and to a lesser extent, Roman stages incorporated
masked characters. Greek
This essential characteristic of hiding and revealing personalities or moods is
common to all
A.K.A. - "THE HAPPY SAD MASKS". MORE POPULAR AND WIDELY
REFERRED TO AS: "THE