Ancient Roman Unguentaria Glass, Pale Blue, 3rd To 4th Century AD.

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Ancient Roman Unguentaria Glass, Pale Blue, 3rd To 4th Century AD.

This Piece has a Large Bulbous Body, Flat Base and Broad Everted Mouth.

 

Unguentarium Is a Small Ceramic Or Glass Bottle Found Frequently By Archaeologists at Hellenistic and Roman Sites, Especially In Cemeteries. Its Most Common Use was Probably as a Container For Oil, Though It Is Also Suited for Storing and Dispensing Liquid and Powdered Substances.

Glass has a Long History Of 5000 Years. 1500 BC Small Glass Articles Made From Moulds Have Been Found In Egypt and Syria. The First Glass was Produced Probably In Egypt. 1 AD Technique Of Blowing Glass was Invented In The Babylon Area.

Item Code -  GLA2D4003TA

Width: 2 1/8"  Height: 2 3/4"  Depth: 2 1/8"  Weight: 17 g


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