Roman Glass Bottle

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published on 30 July 2013

A detail of the neck and handle of a Roman glass bottle (1st - 3rd century CE). The handle shows the common technique of adding handles separately and the folding over of the glass at the ends due to the glassmaker's lack of cutting shears. (Archaeological Museum, Naxos, Greece).



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