- Accession Number: JHUAM HT 127
- Measurements: Width: 5.5m, Height: 5.6cm
- Material: Glass
- Culture/Date: Roman, 3rd-4th c. CE
- Provenance: Syrio-Palestinian
This transparent green jar is globular in shape with a rounded lip, short neck and concave base. A continuous horizontal zigzag trail forms an openwork “collar” and connects the rim to the shoulder of the vessel. Similar examples have been found at Karanis (Egypt), Homs (Syria), and Beth She’arim (Israel).
Corning Museum 53.1.6 and Israel Museum 77.12.116.