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Roman Inscribed Glass Beaker Culture : Roman, Roman Imperial Period : century A.

Glass beaker with inscription Period: Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian Date: 1st half of 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Glass; blo...

Glass beaker with inscription Period: Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian Date:

Roman Glass Beaker with Greek Inscription, c. 1st Century CE. Made from greenish-transparent glass, this small beaker or cup features several decorative bands including a wreath pattern, and near the base, a row of chevrons. Below the wreath, an inscription in Greek suggests the beaker’s festive function: “rejoice and be merry.”

Roman Glass Beaker with Greek Inscription, c. Century ADMade from greenish-transparent glass, this small beaker or cup features several decorative bands including a wreath pattern, and near the.

Roman Glass The Barakat Gallery, Publication Volume XXXVI✖️More Pins Like This of At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest✖️

Roman Glass Jug Origin: Eastern Mediterranean
Circa: 50 AD to 150 AD

This pyxis is exemplary of elite Roman glassware, ca. late 1st century BC. Walters Art Museum, Baltimore.

romegreeceart: “ Roman glass pyxis * glass, gold * end of century BCE * found near Jerusalem * Walters Art Museum Source: Walters Art Museum [Public domain,

A LATE ROMAN GREEN GLASS INSCRIBED BOWL  4TH CENTURY A.D.  The bulbous bowl with folded slightly flaring rim, the body decorated with wheel-cut wide band of cross-hatching above the double-line Greek inscription "YTIA" (Good Health)  2½ in. (6.4 cm.) high; 3¼ in. (8.2 cm.) rim diam.

Roman glass inscribed bowl, century A.The bulbous bowl with folded slightly flaring rim, the body decorated with wheel cut wide band of cross hatching above the double line Greek inscription "YTIA" Good Health, cm high.

Nederland 1300 - 1350 h. 10,4 cm (onderdeel) diam. 7,3 cm

Title beaker Glass blower Anonymous Year 1300 - 1350 Dimensions h. cm Material and technique lead glass, Archeological Find: Zwolle, Netherlands

Beaker with Mythological Figures  --  Roman  --  50 - 75 CE  --  The J. Paul Getty Trust

Glass Beaker with Mythological Figures -- Roman -- 50 - 75 CE -- The J…

185: Roman glass beaker with beautiful iridescence : Lot 185

A Roman pale green glass beaker with beautiful iridescence, c. Century AD, on wide foot pad formed with the rest of the vessel.

JAR GLASS TRANSPARENT  ROMAN PERIOD, PROBABLY 4th century AD  The spherical body surmounted by a flared collar upturned lip, a decor sawtooth thread connecting the lip shoulder  Height: 11.5 cm. (4 ½ in.).

Roman clear glass jar, century AD The spherical body surmounted by a flared collar upturned lip, a decor sawtooth thread connecting the lip shoulder Height: cm.

Glass bowl signed by Ennion. Blown in a four part mold. Roman, first half of 1st century A.D. Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, Virginia. E N N I O N E P O I E I : "Ennion Made Me."

Roman glass bowl signed by Ennion, A. Blown in a four part mold, inscribed in Greek E N N I O N E P O I E I "Ennion Made Me". Chrysler Museum of art, Norfolk, Virginia

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