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Verre byzantin et islamiqueByzantine and Islamic Glass

Maria Mossakowska-Gaubert

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The Glass Vessels from Khirbet Ṭabaliya (Givʿat Hamaṭos)
ʿAtiqot 40
Israel Antiquities Authority, Jerusalem, 2000, p. 81*-94* ; 165-166

[1, 700] [1301, 1600]
• Archaeological context:
– Area B: elongated cist tomb (1st-2nd century) and rock-cut cave used for burial (Iron Age to Early Roman period);
– Area C (1st-2nd century): probable remains of a farm (building, cistern, ritual bath, cave, perhaps a small settlement);
– Area G (Byzantine period): large building, perhaps a church; (Mamluk period): village.

• Examples of glass objects from Khirbet Ṭabaliya:
– Area B: two mould cast vessels (nos 1, 2, Late Hellenistic and Early Roman periods);
– Area C: bottle or jug (no. 6, Roman period);
– Area G: most of the glass objects were found there:
- Byzantine - Early Umayyad Periods:
bowls (nos 8, 9),
beakers and wineglasses (nos 10-17),
bottles and jugs (nos 16-21),
pilgrim flask (no. 24),
lamps (nos 25-37),
window glass (nos 38-40);
- Mamluk period :

Version 5, données dudata date 30 janvier 2013January 30th 2013