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Staklo puhano u kalup iz Burnuma


Jadrić-Kučan, Ivana; Borzić, Igor
Staklo puhano u kalup iz Burnuma // Proceedings of the XVIIth Roman Military Equipment Conference: Weapons and Military Equipment in a Funerary Context (XVII Roman Military Equipment Conference, Zagreb, 24th - 27th May, 2010) / Sanader, M. ; Rendić-Miočević, A. ; Tončinić, D. ; Radman-Livaja, I. (ur.).
Zagreb: Arheološki muzej u Zagrebu, 2013. str. 517-522 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni)


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Naslov
Staklo puhano u kalup iz Burnuma
(Roman mould glass from Burnum)

Autori
Jadrić-Kučan, Ivana ; Borzić, Igor

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u zbornicima skupova, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni

Izvornik
Proceedings of the XVIIth Roman Military Equipment Conference: Weapons and Military Equipment in a Funerary Context (XVII Roman Military Equipment Conference, Zagreb, 24th - 27th May, 2010) / Sanader, M. ; Rendić-Miočević, A. ; Tončinić, D. ; Radman-Livaja, I. - Zagreb : Arheološki muzej u Zagrebu, 2013, 517-522

ISBN
978-953-175-470-5

Skup
XVII Roman Military Equipment Conference, Weapons and Military Equipment in a Funerary Context

Mjesto i datum
Zagreb, Hrvatska, 24.-27.05.2010

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Burnum; staklo; Ennion; Aristeas; Zarte Rippenschalen
(Burnum; glass; Ennion; Aristeas; Zarte Rippenschalen)

Sažetak
Practising Italic way of preparing and consuming food and drink among the Roman army in Burnum is most easily recognizable from ceramic and glass vessels related to these activities. Due to great number of soldiers this product type is the most numerous category of archaeological finds. Glass mold-blown relief products stand out among these finds because of their rarity, luxury and production technique which developed during the first quarter of the first century in the Syro-Palestinian region. It consisted of blowing molten glass into previously decorated relief moulds. It seems that big role in distribution in both commercial and technological sense was played by Ennion, the only master from the early generation of Syrian glassmakers whose products reached western Mediterranean market. Great concentration of finds of his cups in the eastern Adriatic and northern Adriatic regions opens up a possibility of transfer of the production. Out of entire Ennion’s repertory in the western Mediterranean area there are only cylindrical cups with one or two handles. Fragments of five such glasses were recorded in Burnum so far, found in levelling layers of the amphitheater dated to the first half of the 1st century. Their main characteristics are differently organized inscriptions located in tabulae at opposite ends of central decorative frieze: Ennion epoiesen (Ennion made me) and Mnethe ho agorazon (May the buyer be remembered), as well as geometric-vegetal motifs. Ennion’s products from Burnum together with the finds from Narona and Tilurium make the province of Dalmatia, along with northern Italy, the region with the greatest number of recorded pieces. A considerable number of small luxurious ribbed bowls, blue, purple or natural greenish in colour with impressed white and transparent threads (so-called „Zarte Rippenschalen“) belong to the same category of products technologically. Center of their production was Aquileia, and they are dated to the first half of the first century. These luxurious products belonged to tableware of wealthy members of the Roman society who were willing to procure such commodities, and in the context of the military camp in Burnum those could have been only senior military officials.

Izvorni jezik
Hrvatski

Znanstvena područja
Arheologija



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Avatar Url Igor Borzić (autor)

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Jadrić-Kučan, Ivana; Borzić, Igor
Staklo puhano u kalup iz Burnuma // Proceedings of the XVIIth Roman Military Equipment Conference: Weapons and Military Equipment in a Funerary Context (XVII Roman Military Equipment Conference, Zagreb, 24th - 27th May, 2010) / Sanader, M. ; Rendić-Miočević, A. ; Tončinić, D. ; Radman-Livaja, I. (ur.).
Zagreb: Arheološki muzej u Zagrebu, 2013. str. 517-522 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, cjeloviti rad (in extenso), znanstveni)
Jadrić-Kučan, I. & Borzić, I. (2013) Staklo puhano u kalup iz Burnuma. U: Sanader, M., Rendić-Miočević, A., Tončinić, D. & Radman-Livaja, I. (ur.)Proceedings of the XVIIth Roman Military Equipment Conference: Weapons and Military Equipment in a Funerary Context (XVII Roman Military Equipment Conference, Zagreb, 24th - 27th May, 2010).
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