Glass jug (Inventory# 4143)
Early Roman Period (1st – 2nd c. AD)
Let us discover today another rescued glass artifact, from the 15 restorable glass pieces, at the AUB Archaeological Museum.
It is a blue-green glass jug (18.5 x 7.35 cm) with a concave base, cylindrical body blown in mold, cylindrical neck with single trail around it, a pinched rim forming a spout is decorated with trail spirals, and a handle applied from rim to body.
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