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Verre byzantin et islamiqueByzantine and Islamic Glass

Maria Mossakowska-Gaubert

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SCANLON, George T.
Fustat and the Islamic Art of Egypt
Archaeology 21/3
Archaeological Institute of America, Boston, 1968, p. 188-195

[701, 800]
• Examples of glass objects found in Fusṭāṭ (8th century contexts):

– from Pit B:
- rim of measuring vessel with the seal of Salāma, Prefect of Finance of Egypt (c. 762-774),
- coin weight with the name of ʿAbd al-Malik ibn Marwān al-Lakhmī, Governor of Egypt (749-750),
- beaker with lustre-painted decoration and an inscription of ʿAbd al-Ṣamad ibn ʿAli, Governor of Egypt (772-773) - the first datable piece of lustred glass in Islamic art,
- bottles with filters,
- conical lamps.

– others:
- weight with the name of Bishr b. Ṣafwān al-Kalbī, Governor of Egypt (720-721).
Egypte Egypt Fusṭāṭ consommation

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