Nel vetro, non per caso : i vasi di vetro come contenitori-imballaggi : una creazione che ci accompagna dall'Antichità : Epoca romana = Inside glass, not by chance : glass vessels used as containers for packaging : a creation that has accompanied us since ancient times : Roman times / Luigi Taborelli.

Title: 
Nel vetro, non per caso : i vasi di vetro come contenitori-imballaggi : una creazione che ci accompagna dall'Antichità : Epoca romana = Inside glass, not by chance : glass vessels used as containers for packaging : a creation that has accompanied us since ancient times : Roman times / Luigi Taborelli.

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Author/Artist: 
Taborelli, Luigi.
Publisher: 
[S.l.] : Bormioli Rocco, [2004] (Parma, Italy : Grafiche Step).
Description: 
79 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm.
Other Authors: 
Bormioli Rocco e Figlio.
Format of Material: 
Books
Bib ID: 
90975
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Location: 
Stacks
Call Number: 
NK5107.6.T11n
Location: 
Secured Stacks
Call Number: 
NK5107.6.T11n
Variant Title: 
Inside glass, not by chance
Epoca romana
Roman times
Notes: 
Italian and English.
Contents: 
Foreword --
The research project "2000 years of the history of glass" --
Introduction --
Blown glass: a product between two eras --
The reasons for success --
From the eastern Mediterranean to the heart of the Empire --
More occasions for enjoying life --
At work in a seemingly antique glassworks --
An unguent bottle which is still sealed --
Many small unguent bottles which tell many small stories --
Throwaway containers --
An extraordinary burial treasure --
Perfumed earnings --
Cosmetics or medicines? And the progress in illustrative documentation --
Containers and contents: who and what --
Packaging packets --
To delight the taste buds --
Fidelia --
Large and small jars: for this life and the next --
Small barrels by Frontinus --
A container: the synthesis of ancient and new values --
The amphora with spraying contraption --
Reflections and considerations.
Object/Material Note: 
Includes CMoG objects: 77.1.3, p. 52 (Fig. 33) -- 66.1.242, p. 58-59 (Fig. 38 ab).