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Glass fish from Archaeological museum in Zagreb, Croatia


Šiljeg, Bartul; Gregl, Zoran
Glass fish from Archaeological museum in Zagreb, Croatia // AIHV 19 Piran Slovenia 2012 Programme and Abstract Book Livre de Programme et des Résumés / Lazar, Irena (ur.).
Kopar: Univerza na Primorskem, 2012. str. 148-148 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, ostalo)


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Naslov
Glass fish from Archaeological museum in Zagreb, Croatia

Autori
Šiljeg, Bartul ; Gregl, Zoran

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, ostalo

Izvornik
AIHV 19 Piran Slovenia 2012 Programme and Abstract Book Livre de Programme et des Résumés / Lazar, Irena - Kopar : Univerza na Primorskem, 2012, 148-148

ISBN
978-961-6862-25-7

Skup
19th Congress of the Association Internationale pour l’Histoire du Verre

Mjesto i datum
Piran, Slovenija, 17-21.09.2012

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Međunarodna recenzija

Ključne riječi
Glass fish; Archaeological museum in Zagreb; Viminacium

Sažetak
A fragment of the remarkable vessel in the form of a fish is kept in the Zagreb Archaeological Museum. It was purchased in Belgrade through the mediation of a commissioner S. Trojanović in 1914. It is a known fact that it originates from Viminacium. The fish is around 16 to17 centimeters long. Its head and tail are well-preserved. Blue, yellow and red stripes had been applied on a white background ; subsequently, these were stretched out and thereafter the fish was additionally shaped into the desired shape. Its mouth, eyes, spinal and ventral fins made of blue glass were subsequently added. The side fins are yellow in color. Similar fish can be found in the Hermitage and in the Corning Museum. The fish from the Hermitage originates from Chersones in the Crimea. Since Viminacium has a good connection with the Black Sea via Danube, we might as well look for the workshops that produced this unique glassware in this particular area. The fish from the Corning Museum was initially dated in the 1st century, but after the publication of Chersones its dating was changed to the 2nd, i.e. 3rd century. The authors of this text would opt for the earlier date, because the choice of the colors and the style of decorations are much closer to the glass objects a core formed in the centuries before Christ, whereas they are not known in the 2nd and the 3rd century.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Arheologija



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Projekt / tema
197-1970685-0683 - Sjeverno Hrvatsko primorje u kontekstu antičkog obrambenog sustava (Lipovac-Vrkljan, Goranka, MZOS - )

Ustanove
Institut za arheologiju, Zagreb

Profili:

Avatar Url Bartul Šiljeg (autor)

Avatar Url Zoran Gregl (autor)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Šiljeg, Bartul; Gregl, Zoran
Glass fish from Archaeological museum in Zagreb, Croatia // AIHV 19 Piran Slovenia 2012 Programme and Abstract Book Livre de Programme et des Résumés / Lazar, Irena (ur.).
Kopar: Univerza na Primorskem, 2012. str. 148-148 (poster, međunarodna recenzija, sažetak, ostalo)
Šiljeg, B. & Gregl, Z. (2012) Glass fish from Archaeological museum in Zagreb, Croatia. U: Lazar, I. (ur.)AIHV 19 Piran Slovenia 2012 Programme and Abstract Book Livre de Programme et des Résumés.
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