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|Glass of the Roman World|
By Justine Bayley (Editor), Ian Freestone (Editor), Caroline Jackson (Editor)
Glass of the Roman World illustrates the arrival of new cultural systems, mechanisms of trade and an expanded economic base in the early 1st millennium AD which, in combination, allowed the further de
|Roman Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass (Catalog) (Volume I)|
By David Whitehouse
Along with volumes II and III, comprehensive catalogues of the Museum's stunning collection with photographs, profile drawings, and detailed descriptions of each object.
|Roman Mold-blown Glass: The Toledo Museum of Art. The First through Sixth Centuries|
By E Marianne Stern
Founded by the glass manufacturer Edward Drummond Libbey at the beginning of this century, the Toledo Museum of Art today possesses one of the largest collections of glass in the world: some 6,000 pie
|Ennion: Master of Roman Glass (Metropolitan Museum of Art)|
By Christopher Lightfoot (Author), Zrinka Buljevic (Contributor), Yael Israeli (Contributor), M. T. Wypyski (Contributor), Karol Wight (Contributor)
Among glass craftsmen active in the first century A.D., the most famous and gifted was Ennion, who came from the coastal city of Sidon in modern Lebanon. Ennionís glass stood out for its quality and p
|Clearly Inspired: Contemporary Glass and Its Origins|
By Karen S. Chambers, Tina Oldknow
The difficulty in assessing glass art lies in separating artistic ability and intent from the sheer sensual beauty of the material.
|Murano - A History of Glass|
By Gianfranco Toso
Discusses the origins of glass production, describing methods used by the Egyptians and the Romans.