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2500th Anniversary 4th-6th century A.D. 5th century B.C. 7th-9th century 9th century 9th-10th century Achaemenid Asian Afshar B.C. Almost colorless band base BEAKER body is relief-cut BOTTLE broken and mended Broken and repaired carved stone reliefs century A.D. Free-blown Coll colorless glass Corning Museum Cut Glass cylindrical body cylindrical neck Empire by Cyrus exhibition Facet-cut Free-blown of colorless Free-blown of light Free-blown of thick frieze of birds geometric motifs Glass Studies greenish tinge grooves Gurgan heart"-shaped Heavily broken heavily weathered Hemisphere Committees Iran Islamic Journal of Glass Mesopotamia Mold-blown of light Museum of Glass neck is cut Nippur Nishapur palmette panels partly iridescent Persepolis Persian Empire Persian glass possibly Persia probably 4th-6th century probably Persia probably Sasanian R. W. Smith Ray Winfield restored Senmurv SHAHANSHAH slight slightly greenish glass stylized surface is weathered transparent blue glass volutes and geometric weathered and iridescent weathering products yellowish tinge