Unguentarium / Glass

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Object Identifier
1970.03.1029
Object Name
Unguentarium
Object Type
Glass vessels
Materials
Glass
Height
3.8
Inscribed
161
Full Artifact Description
Miniature bottle. Free blown and cut in rather thick, translucent blue-green glass. Bottom of body cut in sharply to form solid, slightly flaring foot, flattened on bottom. No pontil mark. Body decorated with four shallow cut beveled vees, alternately upright and upside down. Around upper body, just below shoulder, five shallow half-moons, pointing down. Groove at base of cylindrical neck. Upper part of neck and rim broken away.
Cf. Lamm, Pl. 62 #17-19; Carboni, p. 120 #2.20a and p. 130 #2.31 (3000 Jahre #604 and 613); Nishapur, #200.
Verbatim Date
9th-10th C AD
Verbatim Provenance
Egypt
Countermark
161
Type Category
30

Technical Details

Record
1970.03.1029
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https://quod.lib.umich.edu/k/kelsey/x-1970.03.1029/1970_03_1029

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"Unguentarium; Glass." In the digital collection Kelsey Museum of Archaeology Art & Artifact Collection. https://quod.lib.umich.edu/k/kelsey/x-1970.03.1029/1970_03_1029. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed June 15, 2024.
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