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A Sasanian Moulded Glass Scent Bottle, Of Tapering Form

A Sasanian Moulded Glass Scent Bottle, Of Tapering Form

A Sasanian Moulded Black Glass Bottle, Tapering Neck

A Sasanian Moulded Black Glass Bottle, Tapering Neck

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.

A Sasanian Moulded Glass Beaker, C. 6th-8th Century

A Sasanian Moulded Glass Beaker, C. 6th-8th Century

Sasanian Glass bowl

Sasanian Glass bowl

Sasanian glass Corning Museum collection

Sasanian glass Corning Museum collection

Bowl with wheel-cut facets    Period:      Sasanian  Date:      ca. 6th–7th century A.D.  Geography:      Iran  Culture:      Sasanian  Medium:      Glass; yellow-green  Dimensions:      H. 7.9 cm  Classification:      Glass-Vessel  Credit Line:      Rogers Fund, 1959

Bowl with wheel-cut facets Period: Sasanian Date: ca. 6th–7th century A.D. Geography: Iran Culture: Sasanian Medium: Glass; yellow-green Dimensions: H. 7.9 cm Classification: Glass-Vessel Credit Line: Rogers Fund, 1959

Sasanian and Post-Sasanian Glass | Corning Museum of Glass | New York | via Sasanian Empire - Persian on Facebook

Sasanian and Post-Sasanian Glass | Corning Museum of Glass | New York | via Sasanian Empire - Persian on Facebook

A Phoenician or Carthaginian Glass Pendant in the Form of a Bearded Male Head 4TH-3RD CENTURY B.C.

A Phoenician or Carthaginian Glass Pendant in the Form of a Bearded Male Head 4TH-3RD CENTURY B.C.

Phoenician Glass Pendant in the Form of a Bearded Head 5th cent.BCE

Phoenician Glass Pendant in the Form of a Bearded Head 5th cent.BCE

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