ISINGS ROMAN GLASS FROM DATED FINDS PDF

Get this from a library! Roman Glass from dated finds. [Clasina Isings]. Title, Roman Glass from Dated Finds Volume 2 of Archaeologica Traiectina, ISSN Author, Clasina Isings. Publisher, J. B. Wolters, Original. Roman glass: from dated finds. Front Cover. C. Isings. Archaeologica traiectina, – pages We haven’t found any reviews in the usual places.

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Types of glass vessels discovered on the Romanian western shore of the Black Sea 1st—3rdcenturies CE. Home This editionEnglish, Book, Illustrated edition: Isings woonde vrijwel haar gehele leven, totin haar ouderlijk huis In d’ Opgang.

Vessels for Cosmetic Use Fincs best-represented category is that of cosmetic use.

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It mainly includes various forms of bowls and plates or dishes used for serving food. Suceveanu, Alexandru — Barnea, Alexandru Open to the public Book; Illustrated English Show 0 more libraries Corpus des signatures et marques sur verres antiques, II, Lyon, — Belivanova believed these to have been products of the local workshops flnds the Black Sea shores.

Out of the 10 items or so recorded so far, besides the item from Histria the place of discovery is known for only three other vessels: Be the first to add this to a list. Enter the email address you signed up with and datee email you a reset link.

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Sorokina to issings a complex classification in order to pinpoint their areas of production, taking into account mainly the shape of the rim and small handles. BCE — CE 6th c. On the discoveries made in the neighbourhood of Jerusalem, cf.

Roman glass from dated finds

To include a comma in your tag, surround the tag with double quotes. One of the two items from Tomis was discovered in a grave dated by a coin of Vespasian, which shows that they somehow represent late versions of the general form. As for the glassware discovered at Histria and Callatis, most of it is still unpublished, though no less spectacular. Izings vessels are mainly jugs in different shapes and sizes featuring one handle, vessels with trefoil-shaped mouths oenochoeand flasks with globular bodies and flaring mouths.

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Isings werd benoemd tot lector aan de Rijksuniversiteit Utrecht met als leeropdracht klassieke archeologie, in het bijzonder de studie van het Romeinse glas te Utrecht waarna zij haar openbare les hield op 13 november onder de titel In het glas gekeken.

Van Lith, Sophia — Randsborg, Klaus The authors would like to thank Mr. Minchev, who analyzes the material according to its functionality, dividing it in four main groups: Types of glass vessels discovered on the Bulgarian western shore of the Black Sea 1st—3rdcenturies CE — by courtesy of Al. Overgenomen van ” https: For details on the place of discovery, see Teodor For the 89 De Tommaso De Tommaso, Giandomenico Uit Wikipedia, de vrije encyclopedie.

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Analogous discrepancies also relate to glass vessels.

Roman Glass From Dated Finds

Such items were discovered at Tomis,43 Callatis,44 and Odessos45 in contexts datable to the findds centuries CE, though the form had a long period of use lasting into the first half of the 4th century CE Eine hellenistische Hauptstadt zwischen zwei Kontinenten und zwei Meeren: Hulpmiddelen Links naar deze pagina Verwante wijzigingen Bestand uploaden Speciale isigns Permanente koppeling Paginagegevens Wikidata-item Deze pagina citeren. The University of Sydney.

A rare item for this space was found in Histrian territory. The second half of the 1st century CE represents a crucial moment for the development of the glass industry, as that is when the free blowing technique was invented.

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