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A Melitan. Note the pointed nose, short triangular spitz-type ears, and expressive eyes. This vessel appears to have been painted completely white, a typical Melitan colour. Terracotta Hellenistic rhyton from Apulia. Late 4th–early 3rd century B.C. Currently held at the Metropolitan Museum.

Terracotta rhyton (vase for libations or drinking) Period: Hellenistic…

A Roman Glass Lidded Pyxis with a Chain and Relief Decoration | by Ancient Art & Numismatics

A Roman glass lidded pyxis with a chain and relief decoration, 100 AD.

ROMAN VESSEL 4TH  Drinking horn of green glass with relief design.  Rheinisches Landesmuseum, Bonn, Germany

Roman glass vessel in the shape of a drinking horn, century A. Green glass with relief designs, attachment loops.

A late Hellenistic - early Roman opaque red glass bottle Circa 1st Century B.C./A.D.

A late Hellenistic - early Roman opaque red glass bottle Circa Century B.

A ROMAN GLASS DOUBLE HEAD FLASK   CIRCA LATE 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D.   Opaque white in color, mold-blown, each side with a head of Medusa, with wild flowing snakey locks, the snake tails knotted below her chin, her lips parted, with a protruding chin and bulging eyes, the vessel with a tapering cylindrical neck, the flaring mouth with the rim folded out and then in

A ROMAN GLASS DOUBLE HEAD FLASK CIRCA LATE 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D. Opaque white in color, mold-blown, each side with a head of Medusa, with wild flowing snakey locks, the snake tails knotted below her chin, her lips parted, with a protruding chin and bulging eyes, the vessel with a tapering cylindrical neck, the flaring mouth with the rim folded out and then in

Light aquamarine glass rhyton. Syria - Palestine. Roman. Late 1st century to 1st half of 2nd century A.D. | Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Light aquamarine glass rhyton. Syria - Palestine. Roman. Late 1st century to 1st half of 2nd century A.D. | Los Angeles County Museum of Art

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