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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Minchev, who analyzes the material according to its functionality, dividing it in four main groups: None of your libraries hold this item. Randsborg, we can differentiate three large groups, as follow: Per 1 januari werd haar lectoraat xated in een gewoon hoogleraarschap ; per 1 augustus ging ze met emeritaat waarna ze nog een jaar onbezoldigd hoogleraar bleef tot 1 september Login to add to list. Storage and Transport Vessels a Vessels for Liquids The next category, the transport vessels, is represented by numerous prismatic square-shaped or cylindrical containers of various sizes, used primarily to transport liquids.

International Conference in Honour of Prof. Osings Museum fated Glass. Glass Vessels in Ancient Greece, Athens. This is due to the almost industrial homogeneity of the glass production within the entire territory of the Empire, especially in the 2nd—3rd centuries CE.

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These online bookshops told us they have this item: Deze pagina is voor het laatst bewerkt op 12 okt om Yugoiztochna Evropa prez antichnosta, VI v. 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.

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Help Center Find new research papers in: Corpus des signatures et marques sur verres antiques, II, Fjnds, — Ancient Glass in the Hermitage Collection, St. Types of glass vessels discovered on the Romanian western shore of the Black Sea 1st—3rdcenturies CE.

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View online Borrow Buy. The Roman Glass from Slovenia, Ljubljana. Ze was hoogleraar in de klassieke archeologie en beheerde van tot de glasa van het Provinciaal Utrechts Genootschap van Kunsten en Wetenschappen PUG. Ze promoveerde in op een proefschrift over Romeins glas Roman glass from dated finds [1].

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We can assume that they were not produced on a large scale since correlations can be made in terms of the mould used for certain items.

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Open to the public R N Starting with the classification of the glassware into functional categories, proposed by S. Informatie Gebruikersportaal Snelcursus Hulp en contact Donaties. Lokale afbeelding gelijk aan Wikidata.

Tags What are tags? A rare item for this space was found in Histrian territory. For several centuries, the Western Black Sea coast became a consumer of goods produced in various renowned economic centres, such as the east of the Mediterranean, Asia Minor, and the Italic Peninsula, with sporadic Western influence, especially from Gaul or Germany.

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Separate different tags with a comma. Glass Forming Methods in Classical Antiquity: Rome and the Black Sea. 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. The City of Tyras: Also worth mentioning gglass the mould-blown drinking vessels of Syro- Palestinian origin.

Notes Also issued as diss. But one may assume that at least a part of them had been produced locally in the West Pontic area, although the archaeological evidence mainly from Tomis and Odessos is limited. The subsequent period was marked by the unfortunate actions of Antonius Hybrida18 and glads expansion towards the east of the Dacian State, under King Burebista until the year 44 BCE.

Two Centuries of Art and Invention, London, 46— As shown by A. The western shore of the Black Sea 1st—3rd centuries CE. The Heritage of Ancient Timesvol. Belivanova believed these to have been products of the local workshops on the Black Sea shores.