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Unguentarium

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Material Information

Title:
Unguentarium
Alternate title:
Perfume bottle
Physical Description:
1 bottle : glass ; 7.2 x 2.0-1.7 cm.
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Perfume bottles   ( lcsh )
Glass containers   ( lcsh )
Glassware, Roman   ( lcsh )
Genre:
Unguentaria   ( aat )
Unguentaria.   ( aat )

Notes

Abstract:
Teardrop-shaped bottle has tan deposits on the surface which obscure the base. The object is not free-standing. The rim is folded inward; the depth of the fold overhangs the diameter of the throat. The cylindrical neck is interrupted by a gentle indentation before expanding to the piriform body.
Citation/Reference:
Stuart J. Fleming, Roman glass: reflections of everyday life,
General Note:
Box number: 01.
General Note:
Item number: 101.
General Note:
Color: Clear glass, pale opalescent weathering, tan encrustation.
General Note:
Discovery location: Eastern Mediterranean region.
General Note:
View description: Side view.
General Note:
Condition: Very good.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida Library
Holding Location:
University of South Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
usfldc doi - R30-00101
usfldc handle - r30.101
NEW
System ID:
SFS0004745:00001

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Box number: 01.
Item number: 101.
Color: Clear glass, pale opalescent weathering, tan encrustation.
Discovery location: Eastern Mediterranean region.
View description: Side view.
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Stuart J. Fleming, Roman glass: reflections of everyday life,
p. 17, pl. 24.
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Teardrop-shaped bottle has tan deposits on the surface which obscure the base. The object is not free-standing. The rim is folded inward; the depth of the fold overhangs the diameter of the throat. The cylindrical neck is interrupted by a gentle indentation before expanding to the piriform body.
Condition: Very good.
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