Another example that no matter the time period, people are people. Dated to between the 1st to 5th century CE, this doll belonged to a child in Roman Egypt. It’s made out of linen strips and stuffed with rags and papyrus. It even has blue glass beads for a hair decoration and coloured wool to define the facial features, although most are missing now.
Reminds me a lot of this toy from a previous post: An Ancient Roman Child’s Toy.
Source [British Museum GR 1905.10-21.13]