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Earth Wool Fire — Fishing village on a bottle.  12" tall unfired...

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Sealife Mosaic from "the House of the Dancing Faun" in Pompeii (ca. 1st century AD)

Octopus, detail from a Roman mosaic. From Pompeii. First floor, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli (Naples National Archaeological Museum), Naples, Italy

8th century ceramic vase from Strasbourg, Merovingian civilization.

The multiple handles on the renaissance pieces are really neat. century ceramic vase from Strasbourg, Merovingian civilization.

Roman, probably from Italy, Bottles. Glass, blown, early to mid-first century CE. Study Gallery

Roman, probably from Italy, Bottles. Glass, blown, early to mid-first century CE.

Bottle - 4th century - Syria - Glass: clear blue and semi-transparent blue-green; knitted decorative handles and relief spiral ornament - Syrian workshops in the 1st centuries made their specialty out of blowing inside the form, negative sectional matrix from clay or stone. Such method allowed creating the whole series of similar vessels, different in color or details, developed by hands: crowns, legs, arms.

Bottle - century - Syria - Glass: clear blue and semi-transparent blue-green

A ROMAN MARBLED GLASS BOTTLE circa early-mid 1st century a.d. Free-blown from cane sections of assembled amber, purple and white forming a marbled pattern, the piriform body with a tall cylindrical neck and faring rim 2.5/8 in. (6.7 cm) high

A ROMAN MARBLED GLASS BOTTLE circa early-mid century AD. Free-blown from cane sections of assembled amber, purple and white forming a marbled pattern, the piriform body with a tall cylindrical neck and faring rim.

ancient roman glass

) Workshop of Ennion, Sidon, (modern day) Lebanon century CE Glass Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History, Division of Ethnology,