MANILA — A 39-year-old Filipina maid was executed early this week in Saudi Arabia despite protests from the Philippines, officials said on Thursday.

The woman, whose name was not revealed, had been found guilty of murder, the Philippine government said. But details about her case were not made public, though an official said the Supreme Judicial Council of Saudi Arabia had refused an offer of “blood money” for her alleged crime.

“The Department of Foreign Affairs extends its deep condolences to the family of a Filipina household service worker who was executed in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday,” the department said in a brief statement.

The country’s ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Adnan Alonto, said the embassy had offered the woman legal assistance during her trial and provided regular updates to her family in the Philippines, the Foreign Affairs Department said.