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Roman cameo glass J. Pierpont Morgan cup (early 1st C) at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY. Photo by Jim Steinhart.

Roman cameo glass J. Pierpont Morgan cup (early C) at Corning Museum of Glass. Photo by Jim Steinhart.

A Roman drinking glass, 1-100 A.D.

glass beaker, AD, from Olbia, Russia (on the Black Sea). Sometimes this beaker shape is called carchesium, derived from a Greek term. Such decorative glasses were intended specially for use at banquets.

Two handled amphora, cut from rock crystal. Early Roman Imperial, ca. 50 A.D. Early Roman Imperial, ca. 50 A.D.

eclecticacollecta: “Two handled amphora, cut from rock crystal. Early Roman Imperial, ca. Early Roman Imperial, ca. (via Two handled amphora, cut from rock crystal.

Roman inscribed glass circus cup, 3rd century A.D. This glass shows a battle between a Retarius called Pulcher and a Secutor called Auriga, it also shows a battle between a Venator and a leopard and two wrestlers called Hercules and Antaios.

Roman inscribed glass circus cup, century A. This glass shows a battle between a Retarius called Pulcher and a Secutor called Auriga, it also shows a battle between a Venator and a leopard and two wrestlers called Hercules and Antaios.

Roman glass painted goblet, 1st century A.D. Afghanistan, Begram, depicting various hunting and mythological scenes. National museum of Afghanistan, Kabul

Roman glass painted goblet, century A. Afghanistan, Begram, depicting various hunting and mythological scenes. National museum of Afghanistan, Kabul

Lombardic Glass Drinking Horn,  Late 6th Century AD  This was found in a grave in Sutri, Italy and is known as the “Sutri Horn.”

Lombardic Glass Drinking Horn, Late Century ADThis was found in a grave in Sutri, Italy and is known as the “Sutri Horn.” About the Lombards… [[MORE]]The Lombards (or Langobards) were a Germanic tribe who ruled Italy from 568 to They.

*POMPEII, ITALY ~ The Auldjo jug, made in Rome, found in Pompeii, 25-50. Beautiful!

-- 'The Auldjo Jug' -- Made in Rome -- Circa CE -- Blue glass cameo -- Excavated from Pompeii -- Belonging to The British Museum