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A Sasanian Moulded Glass Scent Bottle, Of Tapering Form

A Sasanian Moulded Glass Scent Bottle, Of Tapering Form

Byzantine glass

Byzantine glass

Scientists say a cut glass bowl excavated from a 5th-century burial mound in Nara Prefecture originated in ancient Persia, the first domestic glassware scientifically confirmed to have arrived from western Asia. The chemical composition was almost identical to that of glass shards excavated from the ruins of a palace from the Sasanian Empire (226-651) in present-day Iran and Iraq.The glass bowl is on display at the Tokyo National Museum through Dec. 7.

Scientists say a cut glass bowl excavated from a 5th-century burial mound in Nara Prefecture originated in ancient Persia, the first domestic glassware scientifically confirmed to have arrived from western Asia. The chemical composition was almost identical to that of glass shards excavated from the ruins of a palace from the Sasanian Empire (226-651) in present-day Iran and Iraq.The glass bowl is on display at the Tokyo National Museum through Dec. 7.

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

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

Sasanian-influenced mold-blown glass bottle, dating back to 1000-1200 CE. Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA.    Photo by Babylon Chronicle

Sasanian-influenced mold-blown glass bottle, dating back to 1000-1200 CE. Chrysler Museum of Art, Norfolk, VA. Photo by Babylon Chronicle

TWO SASANIAN GLASS BOTTLES   CIRCA 3RD-5TH CENTURY A.D.   Each blue-green in color, free blown, with a globular body on a slightly concave base, with a short cylindrical neck, the disk rim folded in  Taller: 2 15/16 in. (7.4 cm.) high (

TWO SASANIAN GLASS BOTTLES CIRCA 3RD-5TH CENTURY A.D. Each blue-green in color, free blown, with a globular body on a slightly concave base, with a short cylindrical neck, the disk rim folded in Taller: 2 15/16 in. (7.4 cm.) high (

A Sasanian Moulded Black Glass Bottle, Tapering Neck

A Sasanian Moulded Black Glass Bottle, Tapering Neck

Bottle, Roman Empire, 300-399 | Corning Museum of #Glass - I saw this at the Museum in 1967...wonderful 8/2/2014, mlm

Bottle, Roman Empire, 300-399 | Corning Museum of #Glass - I saw this at the Museum in 1967...wonderful 8/2/2014, mlm

Roman Glass Vessel - X.0611 Origin: Eastern Mediterranean Circa: 1 st Century AD to 3 rd Century AD

Roman Glass Vessel - X.0611 Origin: Eastern Mediterranean Circa: 1 st Century AD to 3 rd Century AD

A Fine Large Sprinkler Flask. Roman, 3rd to 4th century AD. Cf. G.A.E. Vol. 1, pl. 86; Sammlung Oppenlander no. 480. Height: 4-7/8". Mold blown in green glass, this robust bottle features a wide funnel mouth with a folded rim, a cylinder neck with interior diaphragm, and a sharply ovoid body with fairly deep concave bottom. $299

A Fine Large Sprinkler Flask. Roman, 3rd to 4th century AD. Cf. G.A.E. Vol. 1, pl. 86; Sammlung Oppenlander no. 480. Height: 4-7/8". Mold blown in green glass, this robust bottle features a wide funnel mouth with a folded rim, a cylinder neck with interior diaphragm, and a sharply ovoid body with fairly deep concave bottom. $299

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