Glass amphoriskos (flask). Period: Early Imperial. Date: 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman. Medium: Glass; blown in a two-part mold.

Glass amphoriskos (flask). Period: Early Imperial. Date: 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman. Medium: Glass; blown in a two-part mold.

A ROMAN GLASS BOTTLE, SYRO-PALESTINIAN, CIRCA SECOND QUARTER OF THE 1ST CENTURY A.D. Opaque light blue in color, mold blown, the ovoid body with six rectangular panels, two with a pomegranate, two with grape clusters, and two with a cedar cone, a floral motif on the shoulders, alternating leaves and petals above the flat base, with a tall cylindrical neck and an outsplayed mouth, the rim folded in. 3¼ in. (8.3 cm.) high

A ROMAN GLASS BOTTLE, SYRO-PALESTINIAN, CIRCA SECOND QUARTER OF THE 1ST CENTURY A.D. Opaque light blue in color, mold blown, the ovoid body with six rectangular panels, two with a pomegranate, two with grape clusters, and two with a cedar cone, a floral motif on the shoulders, alternating leaves and petals above the flat base, with a tall cylindrical neck and an outsplayed mouth, the rim folded in. 3¼ in. (8.3 cm.) high

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

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

This Roman glass bottle was originally clear. Over the years, water and atmospheric pollution have created many thin layers of glass on the outside of this object, which has given it an attractive metallic sheen or iridescence. Accession number 1977.113.43

This Roman glass bottle was originally clear. Over the years, water and atmospheric pollution have created many thin layers of glass on the outside of this object, which has given it an attractive metallic sheen or iridescence. Accession number 1977.113.43

Roman Glass Jug with a Circular Spout | 3rd Century AD, 4th Century AD | Price $0.00 | Roman | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Roman Glass Jug with a Circular Spout | 3rd Century AD, 4th Century AD | Price $0.00 | Roman | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Glass jug,Early to Mid Imperial late 1st–2nd century A.D.Roman.Glass; blown in a dip mold and tooled.The Met image.

Glass jug,Early to Mid Imperial late 1st–2nd century A.D.Roman.Glass; blown in a dip mold and tooled.The Met image.

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

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

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