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GORIN-ROSEN, Yael ; KATSNELSON, Natalya
Glass Finds from the Salvage Excavation at Ramla
ʿAtiqot 49
Israel Antiquities Authority, Jerusalem, 2005, p. 101-114

[701, 1100]
• Examples of glass objects from Ramla:

– Area A, Phase II, Sub II (second half of 8th – early 11th century):
- fragment of small bowl, decoration impressed with tongs (fig. 1: 2);
- fragment of body, deep blue glass, scratch-engraved decoration (fig. 1: 8);
- fragment of base (small bottle ?) with mould-blown decoration (fig. 1: 9);
- part of base with relief-cut geometric decoration and scratches on the inside (fig. 1: 10);
- fragment of twisted rod with circular cross-section (fig. 1: 11).

– Area A, Phase II, Locus 118 (second half of 8th–11th century):
- fragment of lamp with hollowed stem-base (fig. 2: 19);
- fragment of small hemispherical bowl, decoration impressed with tongs (fig. 2: 20);
- small body fragments with mould-blown geometric patterns (fig. 2: 21, 22);
- fragment of beaker (?), abraded decoration - vegetal motif (fig. 2: 23).

– Area A, Surface, Phase I and Locus 102 (beginning of 8th–11th century):
- fragments of mould-blown vessels: geometric patterns (fig. 3: 34, 35), “fluted decoration” (fig. 3: 36), honeycomb pattern (fig. 3: 37) ;
- fragment of body with facet-cut decoration (fig. 3: 38).

– Area B (8th – late 9th-11th century):
- handle probably of cup-shaped oil lamp (fig. 4: 40);
- fragment of small cosmetic bottle with square-sectioned body (fig. 4: 41);
- small flat base fragment decorated with relief-cut pattern (fig. 4: 43).
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