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Deutsch: Seite A der Portlandvase, aus Überfangglas hergestellt, wahrscheinlich aus Italien um 5-25 n. Chr.
English: Side A of the Portland Vase. Cameo-glass, probably made in Italy ca. 5-25 AD.
Français : Face A du Vase Portland. Camée en verre, probablement réalisé à Rome vers 5-25 ap. J.-C.
Dimensions H. 24 cm (9 ¼ in.), Diam. 17.7 cm (6 ¾ in.)
Upper floor, room 70: Roman Empire
Accession number GR 1945.9-27.1 (Cat. Gems 4036)
Credit line Collection of the dukes of Portland; purchased with the aid of a bequest from James Rose Vallentin, 1945
Source/Photographer Jastrow (2007)


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