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Glass cup or bowl. Roman, about AD 150-200. Possibly made in Egypt: A man carves the Greek numeral 7 (the letter zeta) on a Nilometer.

Glass cup or bowl. Roman, about AD 150-200. Possibly made in Egypt: A man carves the Greek numeral 7 (the letter zeta) on a Nilometer.

Glass cup  Found at Kourion (modern Episkopí), Cyprus Made in the eastern Mediterranean about AD 70-117 Height: 9.500 cm Diameter: 9.500 cm (rim) Diameter: 9.500 cm (rim)  Miss E.T. Turner Bequest excavations

Glass cup Found at Kourion (modern Episkopí), Cyprus Made in the eastern Mediterranean about AD 70-117 Height: 9.500 cm Diameter: 9.500 cm (rim) Diameter: 9.500 cm (rim) Miss E.T. Turner Bequest excavations

A latrine from the Baths of Caracalla in Rome, 100-300, shaped like a chariot.

A latrine from the Baths of Caracalla in Rome, 100-300, shaped like a chariot.

Roman Transparent blue glass Cup 1151 Culture : Roman Imperial Period : 1st Century A.D.

Roman Transparent blue glass Cup 1151 Culture : Roman Imperial Period : 1st Century A.D.

Roman Glass Cup with Medallions, From the Rhine Valley, C. 1st Half of the 4th Century AD  With six medallions depicting female faces. This may have been been used as a lamp.

Roman Glass Cup with Medallions, From the Rhine Valley, C. 1st Half of the 4th Century AD With six medallions depicting female faces. This may have been been used as a lamp.

roman glass - Buscar con Google

roman glass - Buscar con Google

The dial of a sundial is equivalent to a 24 hour clock face. Sundials track the motion of the sun, so noon and midnight appear directly opposite each other on the face. The equatorial dial on this polyhedral sundial is marked with all 24 hours (1..12, 1..12). It was made by Hans Koch in Munich in 1578. The original is in Munich.

The dial of a sundial is equivalent to a 24 hour clock face. Sundials track the motion of the sun, so noon and midnight appear directly opposite each other on the face. The equatorial dial on this polyhedral sundial is marked with all 24 hours (1..12, 1..12). It was made by Hans Koch in Munich in 1578. The original is in Munich.

Cup with Wheel-Cut Decoration: Raising of Lazarus 4th century A.D. Culture: Roman, German, probably Cologne. Period: Roman-Byzantine, 4th century A.D. | Copyright © 2015 The Yale University Art Gallery

Cup with Wheel-Cut Decoration: Raising of Lazarus 4th century A.D. Culture: Roman, German, probably Cologne. Period: Roman-Byzantine, 4th century A.D. | Copyright © 2015 The Yale University Art Gallery

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