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Bronze oinochoe (jug)

Bronze oinochoe (jug)

Origins of Pompeii-style artefacts examined at ISIS

Origins of Pompeii-style artefacts examined at ISIS

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Roman jug - used to hold wine or water at the dinner table. Made of free-blown glass, this example is composed of a green-toned, slightly iridescent glass and is decorated with a thread around the neck and another around the mouth, made by trailing molten glass around the vessel when it was still hot. Date	4th century (Late Antique)

Roman jug - used to hold wine or water at the dinner table. Made of free-blown glass, this example is composed of a green-toned, slightly iridescent glass and is decorated with a thread around the neck and another around the mouth, made by trailing molten glass around the vessel when it was still hot. Date 4th century (Late Antique)

Roman jug with panther handle

Roman jug with panther handle

Diagnostic Artifacts in Maryland - Mid to late 1850s onward—Baluster Form. Beginning around 1850, but increasing later that decade, potters adopted a shape characterized by a spherical lower body on a small footring, tapering continuously to a flaring spout.

Diagnostic Artifacts in Maryland - Mid to late 1850s onward—Baluster Form. Beginning around 1850, but increasing later that decade, potters adopted a shape characterized by a spherical lower body on a small footring, tapering continuously to a flaring spout.

A large buff pottery jug with a single handle and ovoid body, the shoulder is decorated with a group of incised bands.  Roman, probably Palestine region, circa 3rd Century AD

A large buff pottery jug with a single handle and ovoid body, the shoulder is decorated with a group of incised bands. Roman, probably Palestine region, circa 3rd Century AD

A large buff pottery jug with a single handle and ovoid body, the shoulder is decorated with a group of incised bands.  Roman, probably Palestine region, circa 3rd Century ADRoman+large+pottery+jug

A large buff pottery jug with a single handle and ovoid body, the shoulder is decorated with a group of incised bands. Roman, probably Palestine region, circa 3rd Century ADRoman+large+pottery+jug

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

Sigillata jug, Roman, AD 1-25 Made in Cincelli, near Arezzo, Italy - British Museum

Sigillata jug, Roman, AD 1-25 Made in Cincelli, near Arezzo, Italy - British Museum

BBC - A History of the World - Object : Roman jug with decorated handle

BBC - A History of the World - Object : Roman jug with decorated handle