Winckelmann-Gesellschaft/Winckelmann-Museum, Stendal (Landkreis), Deutschland, Inv.-Nr. WG-G-1-6-Cl IV,39
Other Mithridates gems discussed in my 2018 publication on glass pastes.
While looking for comb imagery I came across this grave stele from Museo Maffeiano, Verona:
It made me look again at this Papius symbol which I had thought looked disturbingly like shackles. Seems to me the other side is a double sided comb. I find this a delightfully pleasant resolution.
These are what a barber would have used to shave you and cut your hair!
This is part of a very famous set of reliefs depicting the Roman funeralnow in the Museo Aquila, found at Amiternum. It is thought to represent a gladiatorial combat.
I think the helmet itself have hair. Notice the horns and cheek plates.