A nude female figure adorns the handle of this bronze mirror. Found in a 14th century tomb near Akko, this mirror was undoubtedly a prized possession. The handle and mirror disk were cast separately, then riveted together. The female figure wears only a three-strand necklace. Above her head is a papyrus umber, a fan-like spread of flower stalks from a common center, characteristic of papyrus. The posture of this figure with one arm by her side and the other bent, lying across her chest, resembles that of some of the skeletons found in the tomb.