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Bowl Base with Christ Giving Martyrs’ Crowns to Saints Peter and Paul. Date: ca. 350. Geography: Made in probably Rome. Culture: Roman or Byzantine. Medium: Glass, gold leaf.

Bowl Base with Christ Giving Martyrs’ Crowns to Saints Peter and Paul. 350 Geography: Made in, probably Rome Culture: Roman or Byzantine Medium: Glass, gold leaf

Gold glass fragments with menorahs and Torah shrines. Gold glass. 4thc. CE

Gold glass fragments with menorahs and Torah shrines Gold glass C. CE Currently in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Орнамент и стиль в ДПИ - Позднеантичные донышки стеклянных сосудов из Ватикана и Британского музея. Конец 3-4 вв.

Орнамент и стиль в ДПИ - Позднеантичные донышки стеклянных сосудов из Ватикана и Британского музея. Конец 3-4 вв.

RÉSUURECTION DE LAZARE / VERRE PALÉOCHRÉTIEN. Paléochrétien, 4e siècle.  La résurrection de Lazare.  Verre, gravé et doré. Museo Cristiano,

RÉSUURECTION DE LAZARE / VERRE PALÉOCHRÉTIEN. Paléochrétien, 4e siècle. La résurrection de Lazare. Verre, gravé et doré. Museo Cristiano,

Roman Cage Cup, 4th Century AD Roman glass beaker (aka vas diatretum, plural diatreta, or “reticulated cup”) from second half of the 4th century. Found in Cologne, now in the Staatliche Antikensammlung Munich. There are only 50 beakers of this kind left, most are broken. The characters at the top say “Bibe multis annis” short for “Bibe vivas multis annis” (Drink and you will live for many years").

Roman glass cage cup, the Munich Cup, century A. Found in Cologne, the characters at the top "Bibe multis annis" short for "Bibe vivas multis annis" "Drink and you will live for many years".

Medallion with a Portrait of Gennadios dated 250-300 Geography: Made in, Alexandria, Egypt Culture: Roman...part of Medieval Art and The Cloisters

Medallion with a Portrait of Gennadios Date: Geography: Made in Alexandria, Egypt Culture: Roman Medium: Glass, gold leaf, polychromy.

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