Bimson, M.; Freestone, I. C.
October 1988
Journal of Glass Studies;1988, Vol. 30, p11
Academic Journal
The article provides information on the glasses in Egypt which have been dated by the royal inscriptions. It examines the composition of the three groups of the objects which are the name-beads of Queen Hatshepsut and Senenmut, a fragment of a Canopic jar of a king's wife, and the foundation plaques of Ptolemy III and Queen Berenice. The results of the examination are also presented.


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