<!--#4DHTML ... : missing --><!--#4DHTML ... : missing --> US-CtW-XXX/lido-9193 http://www.cidoc-crm.org/crm-concepts/#E22 Man-Made Object Western Roman Empire Image 54321 Institution name http://YourURL.org G.88 Institution Name 111.111, -22.2222 12345 Institution City 111.111, -22.2222 dimensions: 5 1/16 x 3 1/4 x 1/8 in. (12.9 x 8.2 x 0.318 cm). creation ca. 2nd century - 3rd century 0 0 Glass acquisition Gift of Elizabeth Monroe Boggs, AB 1935, MA 1941 beakers feet glass (1) Von Saldern (1974): #658, p. 225; Toledo (1961): no number or page numbers. (2) Fremerdorf (1959): #108 (from Cologne) and #109; Doppelfeld (1966): #132; Sennequier (1985): #33, pp. 58-60; Morin-Jean (1913): fig. 265, p. 198 (from Thietreville). (3) only Toledo (fn. 1) claims a Syrian origin for a vessel of this type. This assumption was probably based upon the use of trailed ornament which was popular in the Eastern Mediterranean, but not unknown in the west. 9193 Institution Name http://yoururl.org Institution Name https://triarte.brynmawr.edu https://triarte.brynmawr.edu/Obj154252 <!--4DIF ([Objects_1]Copyright_text="DAC Open Access Image (