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Two fragments of a greenish blown glass bowl with a plain cut and ground rim, curved sides, and a flattened base. Decorated with linear and facet cut designs: in the centre, a man on a stool; round him, four roundels and four round-headed panels. The roundel preserved contains wrestlers. Outside is a frieze, with (apparently) Muses on columns; the inscriptions ERATO and T (Terpsichore ?) remain. Beside Erato is a tragic actor; the whole is bordered by thick and thin grooves.
- Found/Acquired: Rome
- (Europe,Italy,Lazio,Rome (province),Rome)
- Length: 5 centimetres
- Length: 8.5 centimetres
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA29069
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