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Unguent bottle

This glass bottle (unguentarium) is a very common Roman vessel used for perfumed oil....

Bottle

This Roman period glass bottle is an unusual purple colour. It was found in Cyprus and probably came from a burial....

Flask with trailed decoration

This Roman flask has a round body with a short slender neck, flaring to a long round lip. Traces of trailed glass survive around the neck. It was originally colourless...

Bowl

This Roman bowl has a flat base with slightly flared sides and is made from green glass....

Unguent bottle

This glass bottle (unguentarium) is a very common type of Roman vessel used for storing perfumed oil....

Unguent bottle

This is a Roman unguent bottle with a very tall neck which echoes the flat horizontal lip. Its base very shallow so as to be almost flat, and it is...

Flask with trailed decoration

This Roman flask has a round body with a short slender neck, flaring to a long round lip. Traces of trailed glass survive around the neck. It was originally colourless...

Unguent bottle

This is a tall Roman discoid unguent bottle with a flared lip, long neck widening to a low slightly convex body and concave base. It is made of colourless glass,...

Sand

This sand is from the collection of the late Ivor Treby. It was collected from the sunken basin in the bath house complex at the ruins of Salamis near Famagusta. The...

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