From Greek and Roman Art

Bronze mirrors, their backs engraved with mythological scenes, were often placed in the graves of Etruscan women. The mirror, about a foot long, depicts three characters from Homer’s Odyssey: the hero Odysseus, the goddess Circe and a youth named Elpenor (from left to right). To the left of the mirror is a bone handle, perhaps from another mirror, carved with the head of a gorgon.