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Late Roman or Byzantine, Eastern Mediterranean  Bottle (Guttrolf), 4th century A.D.  Glass, blown technique

Late Roman or Byzantine, Eastern Mediterranean Bottle (Guttrolf), century…

Unguentarium. Roman, 1st to 2nd century AD. Cf. Daramki find, grave of the Wa'r Abu Es Safa, near Jerusalem (but perhaps of Syrian origin.). Height: 4-3/4". Blown in a very thick green glass, $891

Roman, to century AD. Daramki find, grave of the Wa'r…

Roman, Glass jar, 1st-5th century

Small jar with lid. Jar has long neck tapering to wide flaring mouth, low squat body. Rim rounded to hold lid. Lid plain (conical) with knob and thickened edge. Top of knob broken.

A Marvellous Twin-handled Amphora. Roman Syria or Phoenicia, c. 3rd to 4th century AD. Height: 8-3/8". Blown from a yellow-green to faintly olive glass $2,530

A Marvellous Twin-handled Amphora. Roman Syria or Phoenicia, c. to century AD. Height: Blown from a yellow-green to faintly olive glass

aleyma:  Roman or Byzantine, Glass cosmetic flask, c.4th century (source).

Slender Glass Cosmetic Flask with small delicate handles. Late Roman Imperial or Early Byzantine Period, about century CE.

Glass perfume bottle Period: Early Imperial Date: 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Glass; blown Dimensions: H. 2 3/4 in. (7 cm); widt...

Glass perfume bottle Period: Early Imperial Date: century A. blown Dimensions: H. width 1 in. diameter of rim in. cm) Classification: Glass Credit Line: Gift of Henry G.

Roman blue glass bottle, c. 1st-2nd century AD

Roman Glass Bottle, Century ADMore about this bottle and the history of ancient glass production… [[MORE]]The bottle is preserved intact presenting its glossy surface; signs of weathering are visible mostly inside 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.

A ROMAN MOULD-BLOWN COBALT BLUE GLASS FLASK

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Roman glass hydria from Baelo Claudia (M.A.N. 1926-15-287) 01 - Glassblowing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Roman glass hydria from Baelo Claudia (M. 01 - Glassblowing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

GSG: q=Vessels +types=Vessels

GSG: q=Vessels +types=Vessels

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