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Blue-Green transparent Glass blown vessel from En Gedi, Israel. Glassblowing began in the Syrio-Palestine/Canaanite region around 50 BCE. Even after Phoenician and Judean glassmakers were brought to Rome, Syro-Palestine remained the center for the highest quality glass. The technique was faster, less labor intensive, easier to color and allowed larger transparent vessels to be made on a large scale to the point they were affordable for the non-elite. Israel 50 AD-150 AD Roman period.

Roman Glass Jug Origin: Eastern Mediterranean Circa: 50 AD to 150 AD

Roman glass cylindrical box decorated with palmettes and lid, 1st century A.D. Phoenician coast or Italy, colorless glass blown in three part mold, the technique of mold blowing made it possible to produce series of virtually identical vessels. Israel museum

Roman glass cylindrical box decorated with palmettes and lid, century A. Phoenician coast or Italy, colorless glass blown in three part mold, the technique of mold blowing made it possible to produce series of virtually identical vessels.

Ancient glass vessels from Pakistan/Afghanistan region - age 2000-1000    SKJ ancient bead art |

Ancient glass vessels from Pakistan/Afghanistan region - age SKJ ancient bead art

Roman Glass Amphora | 3rd Century AD | Price $20,000.00 | Roman | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Roman Glass Amphora | 3rd Century AD | Price $20,000.00 | Roman | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

JAR GLASS TRANSPARENT  ROMAN PERIOD, PROBABLY 4th century AD  The spherical body surmounted by a flared collar upturned lip, a decor sawtooth thread connecting the lip shoulder  Height: 11.5 cm. (4 ½ in.).

Roman clear glass jar, century AD The spherical body surmounted by a flared collar upturned lip, a decor sawtooth thread connecting the lip shoulder Height: cm.

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.

ROMAN GLASS BALSAMARIUM INCENSE VESSELArt Roman Glass More Pins Like This At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

Roman glass single tube balsamarium, century A. Green glass with handles.

Roman Amber Glass Jar | 1st Century AD | Price $0.00 | Roman | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Roman Amber Glass Jar | 1st Century AD | Price $0.00 | Roman | Glass | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

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