Glass bottle, green, one-handled. Rim outsplayed and folded up and in; cylindrical neck sunk into shoulder a little at base; below horizontal shoulder a slightly convex-sided body with group of four cordons at top and bottom; at junction of body and base another cordon and two more concentric ribs on the flat base; flat ten-ribbed sharply angular drawn handle from shoulder to below rim. Between the concentric ribs on the base is the inscription FELIX FECIT.

An00791992 001 l

Thing

Exhibition
COMPASS, G49 Roman Britain
Made Of
glass
Type of Thing
bottle

Place

Found In
Faversham
In Gallery
G49/dc12

Time

Acquired In
1922
Period/Culture
Romano-British

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