- Accession Number: JHUAM 871
- Measurements: Width: 10cm, Height: 9cm
- Material: Glass
- Culture/Date: Roman, 3rd-5th c. CE
- Provenance: Syrio-Palestinian
This colorless glass jar is globular in shape and sits on a concave base. The four cobalt blue handles were separately made and connect the rim to the shoulder. It is decorated with two thin, horizontal blue trails and a zigzag trail below. This common type has been found in many fourth to fifth century CE graves throughout the Syrio-Palestinian region.
Corning Museum 69.1.33 and Israel Museum 77.12.269.