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    Glass

    Glass was present in nearly every aspect of daily life in ancient Rome. Glass alabastra , unguentaria, balsamaria and other small bottles and glass boxes were used to contain the various oils, unguents, perfumes, and other cosmetics used by nearly every member of Roman society.

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    A fine Roman iridescent green/amber glass Amphoriskos, Late Imperial or Early Byzantine, ca. 3rd - 4th century CE
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    A fine Roman Glass Juglet, Roman Imperial Period, ca. 1st century CE
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    A large Hellenistic Stratified Eye Bead, ca. 4th century BCE
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    A superb Western Asiatic Gemstone Necklace, ca. 2nd millennium BCE - 1st century CE
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    A Roman Green Glass Vessel, <br><em>Roman Imperial Period, ca. 1st - 2nd century CE</em>
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    A Roman Glass and Quartz Bead Necklace<br><em>Late Roman Imperial Period, ca. 3rd - 4th century CE</em>
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    A large Islamic Glass Eye Bead with trails, ca. 12th - 14th century CE
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    A rare Byzantine trail-decorated Ray Bead, ca. 9th - 14th century CE (?)
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    A large Roman Glass Trail Bead, ca. 1st - 2nd century CE
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    A Roman Glass Toilet Bottle, Roman Imperial Period, ca. 1st century CE
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    A Roman Electrum-Glass Bead depicting Harpokrates, Early Roman Imperial Period, ca. 50 BCE – 50 CE
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    A Roman Amber Glass Bottle, ca. 2nd - 3rd century CE
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    A Published Roman Millefiori Glass Bead, Roman Imperial Period, 1st Century BCE/CE
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    A Viking Green Glass Bead, ca. 9th - 11th century CE
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    A Greco-Roman Ribbon-Band Glass Bead, Late Hellenistic Period, ca. 1st century BCE
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    An Egyptian Glass Pomegranate Amulet, New Kingdom, 18th - 19th Dynasty, ca. 1350 - 1250 BCE
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    A Byzantine Gold and Glass Gnostic Magical Token, ca. 4th century CE
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    An Egyptian Blue Glass Ear Stud, 18th - 19th Dynasty, ca. 1350 - 1250 BCE