Studies in Early Egyptian Glass

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These studies were undertaken to form a historical and technological context for the large amount of vitreous material, most of which is now in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, believed to come from the tomb of three foreign wives of Tuthmosis III (ca. 1479-1425 B.C.). The tomb yielded a glass vessel and a large number of beads and inlays, as well as two more unusual vitreous vessels; and, as the reign of Tuthmosis III is commonly understood as the beginning of intentional glassmaking in Egypt, the study became an ...

Studies in Early Egyptian Glass 2013, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

ISBN-13: 9780300200195

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Studies in Early Egyptian Glass 1993, Metropolitan Museum of Art New York

ISBN-13: 9780870996832

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