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Roman Glass Jar with Three Handles - G.0193
Origin: Mt. Scopus, Jerusalem
Circa: 3rd th Century AD to 4th th Century AD
Dimensions: 2.875" (7.3cm) high x 2.625" (6.7cm) wide
Catalogue: V1
Collection: Classical
Style: Blown Glass with Applied Handles
Medium: Glass

Location: UAE
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Jars are vessels with wide mouths and a short neck. Most jars don't have an added base. Their major function was to hold thick substances such as ointments.

The jar has a squat globular body with a tubular rim folded inwards. It sits on a concave base. Three handles are applied with folds to the rim. - (G.0193)


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