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Roman, Glass oinochoe, 1st century BC-1st century AD (source).

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RP: Roman Glass oinochoe (jug) Early Imperial, Augustan or Julio-Claudian late century BC- early century AD Height 7 Diameter 3 inch The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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.

A few examples of Roman glass; The two-handled bottle second shown is early Imperial, dating to the 1st century AD.

Glass two-handled bottle Roman Century AD

Roman        Urn with Lid, mid-1st/2nd century A.D.              Glass

Glass Roman urn with lid, century

A ROMAN GLASS BOTTLE CIRCA 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D. Blue in color, free-blown, the spherical body on a concave base, with a tapering cylindric...

A ROMAN GLASS BOTTLE CIRCA CENTURY A. Blue in color, free-blown, the spherical body on a concave base, with a tapering cylindrical neck, the splayed mouth with the rim folded out and then in in.

A ROMAN GLASS OINOCHOE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN, CIRCA 4TH CENTURY A.D.  | Christie's

Roman Glass Oinochoe I Eastern Mediterranean I ca. century A.

A Roman cinerary urn, between 1 and 300 AD, blown glass, National Archaeological Museum of Spain, Place of discovery: Italy.

Roman blown-glass cinerary urn, dated between and centuries AD

Roman glass hydria from Baelo Claudia (M.A.N. 1926-15-287) 01 - Glassblowing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Roman glass hydria from Baelo Claudia (M. 01 - Glassblowing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

31R Single Handled Pitcher

First Century Roman Single Handled Pitcher

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.

Glass perfume bottle Period: Early Imperial Date: 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Glass; blown

Glass perfume bottle Period: Early Imperial Date: century A. blown Dimensions: 1 in. cm) Diameter: 1 x in. x cm) Classification: Glass Credit Line: The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription, Accession Number:

aleyma:    Roman, Glass jug, 2nd century (source).

aleyma: Roman, Glass jug, 2nd century (source).

A ROMAN GLASS BOTTLE  CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D.  Blue in color, free-blown, the globular body with a tapering cylindrical neck, the rim folded out and pinched into a trefoil mouth, on a concave base 4 1/8 in. (11 cm.) high

Roman Glass Bottle I ca. I Blue in color, free-blown, the globular body with a tapering cylindrical neck, the rim folded out and pinched into a trefoil mouth, on a concave base

Glass jar with two handles (amphora)

Glass jar with two handles (amphora)

Roman blue glass bottle, c. 1st-2nd century AD

Roman Glass Bottle, Century ADMore about this bottle and the history of ancient glass production… [[MORE]]The bottle is preserved intact presenting its glossy surface; signs of weathering are visible mostly inside the vessel.

A ROMAN BLUE MOULD-BLOWN GLASS FLASK  CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D.  The octagonal body with central concentric rings on each side, the neck with everted rim and applied pale green twin handles, with flattened rectangular base  3 1/8 in. (8 cm.) high

A Roman Blue Mould-Blown Glass Flask Circa Century A. The octagonal body with central concentric rings on each side, the neck with everted rim and applied pale green twin handles, with flattened rectangular base 3 in.

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