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Amphoriskos   Eastern Mediterranean   6th-5th century BC   Turquoise-blue glass, core-formed

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1st AD Roman blown glass amphoriskos (bottle) with applied handles. 11 x 5.3 x 5.3 cm (4 3/8" x 2 1/8" x 2 1/8"). Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S. Robinson, 1947.931

AD Roman blown glass amphoriskos (bottle) with applied handles. 11 x x cm x 2 x 2 Gift of Theodore W. and Frances S.

Roman Blue Glass Amphoriskos | Vessels   Date:  1st Century AD Culture:  Roman Category:  Vessels Medium:  Glass

Roman blue glass amphoriskos, century A. Mold blown cobal blue body with handles in light amethyst color, geometric decorations, cm high.

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.

Стекло Римской Империи, I век н.э.

Glass gold-band mosaic bottle Period: Early Imperial, Julio-Claudian Date: half of century A. cast and blown, and cut Dimensions: H.) Classification: Glass Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1906

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Glass jug, Late Imperial Date: 3rd–4th century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Glass Dimensions: H.: 5 1/4 x 2 5/8 x 1 1/2 x 15/16 in. (13.3 x 6.7 x 3.8 x 2.4 cm) Classification: Glass

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Glass jug, Late Imperial Date: century A. Culture: Roman Medium: Glass Dimensions: H.: 5 x 2 x 1 x in. x x x cm) Classification: Glass

By Ennion, Master of Roman Glass, 1st century

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Hexagonal amphoriskos cobalt blue glass flask blown in a four part mold. Roman, first half of the century A. Signed by Ennion. Collection of the Metropolitan Art Museum, New York. E N N I O N E P O I E I : "Ennion Made Me.

3rd–4th C. Blown translucent deep turquoise blue glass jug with traied and ribbed handle, base in semi-opaque yellow. Roman. MET

Blown translucent deep turquoise blue glass jug with traied and ribbed handle, base in semi-opaque yellow. Metropolitan Museum of Art

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