published on 29 July 2013
A Roman glass drinking cup, 1st - 3rd century CE. The shape and carved horizontal handles are typical of glass drinking cups of this period and their use was widespread throughout the Empire, even by those of more modest means. (Naxos Archaeological Museum, Greece).
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