New discovery shows Jesus might have been beardless
Beardless: An engraving of Jesus believed to be from the 4th Century AD has been discovered, and shows him with short curly hair and no beard, contrary to traditional depictions
A beautiful Diatret glass, cut out of a single piece of glas of differently colored layers. Römisch Germanisches Museum, Köln, Germany. Another -complete- example can be found in the Antikensammlung München, Germany
The Roman period saw the invention of glass blowing around 100 A.D. This new technology allowed thousands of glass bottles to be produced and made bottles more accessible for medicine and perfumes. The tear-drop shape was easily produced and quickly became a common style.
Roman Glass: Bottle with Greek Inscription, 300-399 | Corning Museum of Glass
Roman painted glass beakers excavated in Denmark in 2007. Danish archaeologists made an unprecedented discovery in the municipality of Ishøj, located just 18 km (11 mi) outside of Copenhagen, in October 2007: an intact grave of a high-ranking man or “prince” from the Roman Iron Age (c. 1-400 CE). Hailed as one of the most important discoveries in recent memory, the grave provided a unique glimpse into the material wealth and aesthetic tastes of the ancient Danish elite.
Paris, glass cameo-style disc of blue and white Roman, 27 BCE - 37 CE. Associated with the Portland Vase. London, British Museum
Eastern Mediterranean, 4th - 5th Century AD. Excellent Roman yellow-green glass short-necked jar with zigzag threading.