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Ancient Peoples - Cinerary Urn Roman 1st-2nd Century A.D. Source: The Cleveland Museum of Art

ancientpeoples: “Cinerary Urn Roman Century A. Source: The Cleveland Museum of Art ”

Roman, from Syria or Palestine. Jug, 4th century A.D.

Roman trailed glass jug, century A. From Syria or Palestine, cm high. Art institute of Chicago

A ROMAN PALE GREEN GLASS JAR -  CIRCA 4TH CENTURY A.D. -  Free-blown, with a spherical body, a short neck and a wide collared rim, with blue applied zigzag trails on the body and two handles attached to the shoulders and pulled up to the rim  3 ½ in. (9 cm.) high

A ROMAN PALE GREEN GLASS JAR - CIRCA CENTURY A. - Free-blown, with a spherical body, a short neck and a wide collared rim, with blue applied zigzag trails on the body and two handles attached to the shoulders and pulled up to the rim 3 ½ in.

Two-handled jug (amphora) signed by Ennion. Roman, blown in a four-part mold, first half of 1st century a.d.; from the Shlomo Moussaieff Collection.

Two-handled jug (amphora) signed by Ennion. Roman, blown in a four-part mold, first half of century a. from the Shlomo Moussaieff Collection.

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.

Roman Amber Glass Jar | 1st Century AD | Price $0.00 | Roman | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Roman Amber Glass Jar | 1st Century AD | Price $0.00 | Roman | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

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