Painted wooden mask polychrome, with slits under eyes and at mouth, representing black-faced demon with bulging eyeballs and cobra headdress, possibly represents Naga Sanniya, demon representing bad dreams about snakes, worn during tovil ceremonies, Sri Lanka, 1771-1900
- Oriental Medicine
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- furnishing and equipment
- Loan: Wellcome Trust
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