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Rhyton (drinking horn) Colorless glass with reflections blue clear L. 21.2 cm D. mouth 5 cm Provenance: Pompeii, House (I, 16, 5), (eg I, 18, ​​5) SAP, inv. 12,493 first century AD. © Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza, Firenze, Italia

Rhyton (drinking horn) Colorless glass with reflections blue clear L. mouth 5 cm Provenance: Pompeii, House (I, (eg I, SAP, inv. first century AD.

Greek, Hellenistic, Eastern Mediterranean  Bowl, 150-50 B.C.  Glass, mosaic technique

Mosaic Glass Dish from the collection of the Art Institute of Chicago, Ancient and Byzantine Art, late or early century BC, Greco-Roman, Eastern Mediterranean

Fresco romano de Pompeya,escena en una taverna-  Pompeya   Museo Arqueologico de Napoles

Roman wall-painting from Pompeii: a tavern scene, in which two men play a board/dice game (?) at a small table while two others look on. One of the players holds a glass.

•Terni Lapilli is considered to be identical to modern Tic-Tac-Toe. •Terni Lapilli boards are found throughout the Empire, scratched on walls, floors, and roofs, no X's and O's accompany the markings.

•Terni Lapilli is considered to be identical to modern Tic-Tac-Toe. •Terni Lapilli boards are found throughout the Empire, scratched on walls, floors, and roofs, no X's and O's accompany the markings.

Tabula dates to the 1st Century CE and evolved into the popular game that the Anglo-Saxons called “Backgammon” (Back Game)

Tabula dates to the Century CE and evolved into the popular game that the Anglo-Saxons called “Backgammon” (Back Game)

Two sandal-shaped glass flasks, late 2nd century to early 3rd century CE, found in Cologne, Romisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne.

Two sandal-shaped glass perfume flasks, late century to early century AD, found in Cologne, Romisch-Germanisches Museum, Cologne