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Vessel Glass From The Athenian Agora (Excavations in the Athenian Agora)
Gladys Davidson Weinberg
December 30, 2007
by American School of Classical Studies at Athen
Written in English
|Contributions||E. Marianne Stern (Collaborator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||500|
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The stained glass and stonework, for instance jam sculptures, all told the holy stories from Abraham through the acts post-Christ saints. These provided a method for anyone visiting and viewing these sites to have a religious experience, however each visitor had essentially the same experience. Glass vessel forms such as cosmetics jar and medicine container, service dish, utensil for tableware, vessels for religious rituals etc. were utilized in .
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: Vessel Glass (Excavations in the Athenian Agora) (): Gladys D. Weinberg, E. Marianne Stern: BooksPrice: $ The authors present glass vessels excavated in the Athenian Agora. Although mostly fragmentary, examples are given of almost every type of glass known from the Classical, Hellenistic, and Roman periods, and representative finds from Byzantine and later times.
The remarkable value of this. Vessel Glass (Excavations in the Athenian Agora) by Gladys D. Weinberg; E. Marianne Stern and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The authors present glass vessels excavated in the Athenian Agora. Although mostly fragmentary, examples are given of almost every type of glass known from the Classical, Hellenistic, and Roman periods, and representative finds from Byzantine and later times.
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Get this from a library. Vessel glass. [Gladys Davidson Weinberg; E M Stern] -- "Greek and Roman glass from vessels of all sizes and shapes is discussed in this volume which presents fragments of glass vessels excavated in the Athenian Agora.
Only 36 pieces date to the. The first Athenian Agora volumes presenting the results of excavations appeared in and, as scholars complete their research, further titles continue to be published.
Each volume covers a particular chronological period, set of buildings, or class of material culture. The authors present glass vessels excavated in the Athenian Agora.
Although mostly fragmentary, examples are given of almost every type of glass known from the Classical, Hellenistic, and Roman periods, and representative finds from Byzantine and later times. The remarkable value of this contribution to the history of glass is that so many of the fragments.
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Greek and Roman glass from vessels of all sizes and shapes is discussed in this volume which presents fragments of glass vessels excavated in the Athenian Agora.
Only 36 pieces date to the Classical and Hellenistic periods, when the Agora was at the height of its importance, and just 15 are assigned to the 9th to 19th centuries. An unguentarium (plural "unguentaria"), also referred to as Balsamarium, Lacrimarium or tears vessel, is a small ceramic or glass bottle found frequently by archaeologists at Hellenistic and Roman sites, especially in cemeteries.
Its most common use was probably as a container for oil, though it is also suited for storing and dispensing liquid and powdered substances. Marianne Stern is the author of Roman, Byzantine and Early Medieval Glass ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), Roman Mold-Blown Gl /5(3).
A mastos (Greek, μαστός, "breast"; plural mastoi) is an ancient Greek drinking vessel shaped like a woman's breast. The type is also called a parabolic cup, and has parallel examples made of glass or silver. Examples are primarily in black-figure or white ground technique, though early examples may be red-figure.
A mastos typically has two handles and a "nipple" at the bottom, Cookware: Chuta, Lebes. Book Review: The Athenian Agora. Results of Excavations Conducted by The American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Volume XXXIV. Vessel Glass: Weinberg(G.D.), Stern(E.M.) The Athenian Agora.
Results of Excavations Conducted by The American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Volume XXXIV.
Vessel : Sylvia Fünfschilling. -limestone, stained glass Content: stained glass- triforium-narrow passageway-jamb figures-relic: Mary's dress Function: Church with great beauty that honors Mary and gives her the respect she deserves-built after they found Mary's Tunic unharmed in the fire Context: Chartres, France CE reconstructed in because of a fire Roman> Gothic.
Attic Red-Figured and White Ground Pottery (Athenian Agora) John W. Hayes: Roman Pottery: Fine-Ware Imports (Athenian Agora) Susan I.
Rotroff: Hellenistic Pottery: The Plain Wares (Athenian Agora) Gladys D. Weinberg E. Marianne Stern: Vessel Glass (Excavations in the.
Athenian agora Archiac through Hellenistic Greek. B.C.E C.E. Plan It is the most richly adorned and quality of its sculptural decoration it is surpassed only by the Parthenon. the sculptural decoration and certain sections of the roof were made up of Parian marble. The Athenian Agora and the experiment in democracy The Parthenon, Athens (left), Still Life with a Silver Tray with Prunes, Dried figs, Dates and Glass of Wine (center), and Still Life with Branch of Peaches, Fourth Style wall the clear glass vessel and the clear liquid that it contains.
While the patron may have wanted the glass, among. Concerning everyday life, the role of plain ceramic and glass vessels as a source of information for fashion trends in the Athens of Roman times is illustrated by the contributions of J. Hayes and of M. Stern. These papers offer original remarks about the origin of cooking pots and glass vessels in Roman Athens; surprisingly, they were imported.
Lynch is the author of the book “The Symposium in Context: Pottery from a Late Archaic House Near the Athenian Agora,” winner of the prestigious James R. Wiseman Book Award. In it she examines pottery from the Athenian agora or marketplace.
The pottery included household cups along with finer ceramics likely used for special occasions.The Agora of Athens: The History, Shape, and Uses of an Ancient City Center (Athenian Agora vol) Homer A.
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