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Glass objects in the Cypriote Collection (*)
All glass objects in the Cypriote collection are from the Roman period. Exact proveniences are uncertain, however they are comparable to known Cypriote types.

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G-8 - view 1

G-8 - view 2

Description: Deep bowl with nearly vertical walls and a rounded, slightly inverted rim. The small pad base is slightly concave in the center. Pale green glass.

Date: Roman period - 2nd-3rd c. A.D.

Dimensions: H. 7.1cm, Diam of rim 10.2cm, Diam of base 4.1cm

Provenience: Findspot unknown; type is similar to known Cypriote/ Eastern Mediterranean examples


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*NB: The glass materials in the Ella Reigel Collections were studied by a Bryn Mawr College undergraduate student, who wrote an honors thesis on the collection in 1990. Analysis, descriptions and dimensions of the glass materials are taken from:

Pomerantz, Julie. 1990. Ancient Glass in the Ella Riegel Memorial Museum. Bryn Mawr College. Honors Thesis. Department of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology.