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Glass beaker Roman Britain, century AD From Barnwell, Cambridgeshire

Glass Bowl Date: 375–425 Culture: Late Roman Medium: Glass (greenish)… ROMAN  ANTIQUITIES  : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Glass Bowl Date: Culture: Late Roman Medium: Glass (greenish) Dimensions: Overall: 3 x 4 in. x cm) Classification: Glass-Vessels Credit Line: Gift of Henry G.

Flask, Roman, 400-599 | Corning Museum of Glass

Ancient Roman Flask, Roman Empire, Eastern Mediterranean, 400 - Corning Museum of Glass

Glass ribbed bowl  Period: Early Imperial Date: 1st–3rd quarter of 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman

*ITALY ~ Glass ribbed bowl Period: Early Imperial Date: quarter of century A.

Roman  Two-handled vase, 4th century A.D.  Transparent glass, amber and blue-green

Roman Two-handled vase, century A. Transparent glass, amber and blue-green

A ROMAN PALE GREEN GLASS CUP CIRCA 4TH CENTURY A.D. The body with flaring sides, short vertical rim rising from a folded hollow flanged collar, applied base ring with diagonal tooling marks 2.7/8 in. (7.4 cm.) high

Roman pale green glass cup, ca c A., the body with flaring sides, short vertical rim rising from a folded hollow flanged collar, applied base ring with diagonal tooling marks in.

Exquisite Single handed jug signed by Ennion. Blown in a four-part mold. Roman, first half of 1st century A.D. Collection of the Corning Museum of Glass, Corning, New York. ENNION EPOIEI: "Ennion Made Me."

Roman glass single handed jug signed by Ennion, A. Blown in a four part mold, inscribed E N N I O N E P O I E I "Ennion Made Me". Corning museum of glass

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