Roman Mold-blown Glass: The First Through Sixth Centuries

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L'ERMA di BRETSCHNEIDER, 1995 - 388 من الصفحات
Founded by the glass manufacturer Edward Drummond Libbey at the beginning of this century, the Toledo Museum of Art today possesses one of the largest collections of glass in the world: some 6,000 pieces that document the artistic and technological evolution of glass from the Bronze Age to our own day. Second in the planned series for the scholarly publication of all the ancient glass in the collection, the volume includes 193 objects of blown glass made between the first and sixth centuries A.D.
 

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Foreword
9
Organization of Entries
15
Mold Construction Types MCTs IIX
29
Chunk Gathering
36
The Introduction of Hot Glass
42
The Reproduction of Molds
48
The First Century
65
SyroPalestinian Styles
74
Jugs Cat Nos 7178
160
Pyxides Cat Nos 7983
169
Jar Cat No 114
183
The Second to Fourth Centuries
185
Bulbous Bottles with Stylized Grape Pattern Cat
191
Dish in the Shape of a Shell Cat No 137
199
The Second Century
208
The Fifth Century
214

Masks Type Cat Nos 41 and
82
Dateshaped Bottles
91
Cup with Nonfigural Designs in Low Relief Cat
103
Drinking Vessels with a Pronounced Shoulder Cat
110
Vessels Type Cat Ncs 1535
130
Birds Type Cat Nos 4547
142
Carinated Bottle Cat No
148
Miniature Amphora with Floating Handles Cat
154
Double Headshaped Vessels Late First to End
221
Second Century Cat Nos 141146
228
Double Headshaped Flasks Late Third to Fourth
238
The Fourth to Early Seventh Centuries
247
Catalogue
253
BIBLIOGRAPHY AND SHORT TITLES
369
CONCORDANCES
377
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