A Roman Shipwreck in Rio de Janeiro? The Amphorae in Guanabara Bay., page 1
Glass amphoriskos (flask). Period: Early Imperial. Date: 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman. Medium: Glass; blown in a two-part mold.
Scientists determined that this glass dish found in Japan came from ancient Rome. (Provided by the Tokyo National Museum)
A ROMAN GLASS JUG CIRCA 3RD-4TH CENTURY A.D. Blue-green in color, free blown, the broad ovoid body with a long cylindrical neck, an applied trail low on the neck and on the underside of the trefoil mouth, on an outsplayed tooled foot, the ribbed strap handle pulled up from the shoulders, folded on the underside and over the interior of the rim 9 in. (22.9 cm.) high
ローマングラス その５ （ＪＺ） : やれとほ通信
Glass bottle shaped like a bunch of grapes Period: Early Imperial Date: 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Glass