Mould-Blown Glass from Ancient Rome.

Mould-Blown Glass from Ancient Rome.

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Wight, Karol B.
Published In: 
Glass Circle News, v. 38, no. 2 = issue 138 (July 2015), pp. 11-15, ill. 2043-6572
Bib ID: 
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Call Number: 
PER NK5100 .G545
Mainly on Ennion, but includes four other first-century A.D. glass artisans who signed their works and designs: Aristeas, Jason, Meges, and Neikais. Topics include design vocabulary, inspirations, perfume bottles and pyxides, identifying glass workshops, souvenirs, and mold-blown glass for the marketplace.
Object/Material Note: 
Includes CMoG objects: 59.1.76, p. 11 (top) -- 66.1.36, p. 11 (bottom) -- 17.194.226, p. 12 (top) -- 81.10.224, p. 12 (middle) -- 65.1.2, p. 12 (bottom) -- 64.1.10, p. 13 (top left) -- 59.1.152, p. 13 (bottom left) -- 50.1.8, p. 13 (right) -- 59.1.150, p. 14 (top) -- 54.1.84, p. 14 (bottom) -- 66.1.168, p. 15.