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Etruscan/Greek/Roman pin - LACMA

Etruscan/Greek/Roman pin - LACMA

Glass bead, blue, trefoil with blue and white collars and similar ribs, each flanked by two bosses.

Glass bead, blue, trefoil with blue and white collars and similar ribs, each flanked by two bosses.

Roman melon bead

Roman melon bead

hiberno-norse GLAHM B.1914.524/3: bead - click to view larger image

hiberno-norse GLAHM B.1914.524/3: bead - click to view larger image

Pendant | Corning Museum of Glass

Pendant | Corning Museum of Glass

Roman glass pendant with lion, 3rd-4th century A.D. Eastern Mediterranean, loop missing, 2 cm diameter. Private collection

Roman glass pendant with lion, 3rd-4th century A.D. Eastern Mediterranean, loop missing, 2 cm diameter. Private collection

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Transparent yellowish-amber glass; stamped. Roughly circular disc with suspension loop (missing); obverse: circular stamp bearing winged head of Medusa in relief. Reverse, plain.

Transparent yellowish-amber glass; stamped. Roughly circular disc with suspension loop (missing); obverse: circular stamp bearing winged head of Medusa in relief. Reverse, plain.

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Semi-transparent light yellowish-green bubbly glass; stamped. Circular disc with suspension loop; obverse, circular stamp bearing bust, seen frontally, with Greek inscription at sides: to left, "EYT"; to right, indistinct, possibly "YX["; presumably Eutychia (Good luck!) or something similar. Reverse plain.

Semi-transparent light yellowish-green bubbly glass; stamped. Circular disc with suspension loop; obverse, circular stamp bearing bust, seen frontally, with Greek inscription at sides: to left, "EYT"; to right, indistinct, possibly "YX["; presumably Eutychia (Good luck!) or something similar. Reverse plain.