Roman Glass in the Corning Museum of Glass, Volume 3

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Hudson Hills, 2003 - Architecture - 236 pages
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This volume concludes the survey of one of the world's most extensive collections of Roman glass. Detailed descriptions of 333 objects, dating mostly between the 1st and 7th centuries A.D. are supported by concordances, indexes, and an extensive bibliography.
 

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This is not volume 2. The picture illustrates the cover of vol. 3. The scanned preview contents are of vol. 3. It has 265 pages, not 236.
Vol. 1 was published in 1997.
Vol. 2 was published in
2001.
Vol. 3 was published in 2003. The formal description of the contents from the publisher: "Volume Three is divided into four sections: pendants and disks with stamped ornament; miscellaneous small objects (such as game pieces, jewelry found in Roman cemeteries, mirrors and architectural glass); imitations and forgeries, including experimental objects, copies and replicas of the Portland Vase; and 20th-century objects inspired by Roman objects."
All three are superb reference works. It would be nice if Google Books will correct the information for all three.
 

Contents

Foreword
7
Appendixes
177
Bibliography
183
Concordances
195
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