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Late Imperia, 3rd–4th century A.D. Culture: Roman, Rhenish , Glass; blown and trailed Metropolitan museum of art

The Ancient Romans were wonderful glass blowers. This vessel dates to CE.

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During the Early Roman period the use of glass greatly expanded due demand for its transpa.

Beaker. Artist/Maker(s): Unknown. Culture: Roman. Place(s): Workshop in the Eastern Mediterranean, Eastern Mediterranean (Place created). Date: 1st - 2nd century. Medium: Glass.

Artist/Maker(s): Unknown. Place(s): Workshop in the Eastern Mediterranean, Eastern Mediterranean (Place created).

A ROMAN GLASS ARYBALLOS CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D. Pale green in color, free-blown,

*An aryballos (Old Greek: αρύβαλλος) is a small round jar filled with perfumed oil With two ears, the aryballos could be worn around the neck while bathing, so the jug could not fall.

Antique Bottles, Antique Glass, Translucent Glass, Sprinkler, Roman Empire, Crystal, Glasses, Decoration, Flask

Collection Search | Corning Museum of Glass

Zoom Print Object Name Toilet Bottle Department Ancient Category Roman Place Made Roman Empire Date Color AAT amethyst Technique AAT glassblowing Material AAT glass Dimensions Overall H: cm; Diam (max): cm Accession Number Location On Display

Roman Glass Skyphos in the Getty Villa, July 2008 Wine Cup Roman, 1-100 AD Glass Skyphos

Roman Glass Skyphos in the Getty Villa, July 2008 Wine Cup Roman, AD Glass Skyphos

Roman Glass: Pitcher, 400-699 | Corning Museum of Glass THIS IS BAD ASS

Roman glass pitcher, century A. Body blown in a mold with four parts and separate base plate and applied handle, decorated, cm high. Corning museum of glass

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