- Accession Number: JHUAM HT 232
- Measurements: Diameter: 11cm, Height: 3.5cm
- Material: Glass
- Culture/Date: Roman, 1st-2nd c. CE
- Provenance: Eastern Mediterranean
This transparent blue-green bowl is hemispherical in shape and sits on a tubular foot ring. The vessel has two “grip” handles, each of which was applied as a trail of glass then tooled to form ribbing. Bowls of this type are found throughout the Mediterranean Roman provinces, from Knossos (Crete) to Israel and even Algeria.
Isings form 43. Cf. Corning Museum 79.1.242 and Louvre AM 1643