[Excerpts from Encyclopaedia Britannica].

[Excerpts from Encyclopaedia Britannica].

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Encyclopedia entries about glass extracted from 9th edition, volume 10 of Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Excerpts feature information on Egyptian, Assyrian, Greek, Roman, and Byzantine glass as well as glass from Alexadria, Syria, Persia, India, and China; information related to the diffusion in Europe, in Venice and Murano, in Western Europe during the Roman period, during the Dark Ages, Medieval period, and 16th, 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries; articles included on glass manufacture and glass painting.
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[Bound excerpts on glass from p. 647-674 of Encyclopaedia Britannica by J. Paton and C. H. Wilson] --
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[Glass encyclopedia entry, pages 647-662].
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P. 658 (both bound and loose copies) includes CMGL material: 59381, (figures 1 and 2)