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Published onSep 09, 2020
Rome

Top shelf

Beaker, Late 3rd cent.- Early 4th cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.35 

 Beaker, 2nd-3rd cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.50 

 Bottle, 3rd-4th cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.57 

Pitcher, 3rd-4th cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.39 

Bowl, Late 1st cent. BCE- Early 1st cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.37 

 Patella Cup, mid 1st cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.43 

 Distilling Equipment, 7th-9th cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.40

Middle shelf

Bead, 2nd-3rd cent. CE 

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Mosaic Glass 

Gift of Neva M. Petersen. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

UM89.43 

 Janus Flask, 2nd-3rd cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.29 

*Caracalla Coin, 210-213CE 

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Silver coin 

In the permanent collection, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. 

UM2020.2 

for more information see: https://newworld.pubpub.org/pub/caracalla-coin

 *Etruscan Gold Plaque, 600-450BCE 

Gold 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the Permanent Collection of the Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa.  

4.1.1 

for more information see: https://newworld.pubpub.org/dash/pub/etruscan

 Terracotta Doll, early 2nd century CE 

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Terracotta 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

2.1.6 

 Hermes Figure, early 2nd century CE 

Rome 

Terracotta 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

Bottom Shelf

Double Unguentarium, Late 5th cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.21 

Double Unguentarium, Late 4th- early 5th cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.23 

Unguentarium, Late 4th- early 5th cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.27 

 Double Unguentarium, 4th-5th cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.49 

 Footed Unguent Bottle, Late 4th-Early 5th cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.51 

 Unguentarium, 1st-4th cent. CE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.59ab 

 Lentoid Aryballos, 4th-3rd cent. BCE 

Rome 

Glass 

Gift of Ann and Henry Brunnier. In the permanent collections, Brunnier Art Museum, University Museums, Iowa State, Ames Iowa. 

3.1.11 

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