Olive green blown glass unguentarium with a rim folded outwards, upwards and inwards, a cylindrical neck tooled at the base, an inverted convex-sided triangular body, and a flattened base. There are faint traces of bands incised on the body (?).


Thing

Made Of
glass
Type of Thing
unguentarium
Techniques
blown, incised, tooled

People

Acquired From
Sloane, Hans to The British Museum

Place

Time

Acquired In
1753
Period/Culture
Roman

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