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Goblet with Dionysian decoration Late first or early second century AD Near East (?)

Goblet with Dionysian decoration Late first or early second century CE Near East (?

ROMAN GOBLET / PHOTO. Roman, 1st half of 4th Century AD. Roman goblet in the shape of a shell. From the Schlangenfaden (‘snake thread’) workshop in Cologne. Glass, 20.8cm. Cologne, Römisch-Germanisches Museum

Roman goblet, half of Century CE, with shell adornments. From the Schlangenfaden (‘snake thread’) workshop in Cologne.

The Visconti Sforza. Enamels and gold, ca. 15th century.

'The Visconti Sforza' Century -- Enamels & gold -- Museo del Duomo, Milan

A GREEK PALE GREEN GLASS SKYPHOS   HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA LATE 2ND-EARLY 1ST CENTURY B.C.   The hemispherical body on tall ring foot, with lathe-cut concentric band on the underside, a single groove on the interior below the rim, the ring handles with horizontal upper and curved lower plates, the upper plates merging with the rim  3 1/8 in. (8 cm.) high

A Greek Pale Green Glass Skyphos Hellenistic Period, Circa Late Century B. Photo Christie's Image Ltd 2010 The.

Roman Cameo Glass Cup  --  Referred to as "The Morgan Cup" as it once belonged to the collection of J. Pierpont Morgan  --  1st Century  --  Thought to have been found in the ancient city of Heraclea Pontica, modern Eregli, Turkey.  The Corning Museum of Glass.

Roman Cameo Glass Cup -- Referred to as "The Morgan Cup" as it once belonged to the collection of J. Pierpont Morgan -- Century -- Thought to have been found in the ancient city of Heraclea Pontica, modern Eregli, Turkey. The Corning Museum of Glass.

Roman glass Ennion jug, 1-50 A.D. Translucent deep honey brow, handle in opaque white, a tabula ansata containing nscribed in Greek "Ennion made me/it", 19.1 cm high. Metropolitan museum of art

Glass jug Signed by Ennion Period: Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian Date: half of century CE

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