Global Glass

Global Glass: ‘Global Glass Adornments Event Horizon in the Late Iron Age and Roman Period Frontiers (100 BC - AD 250)’ is postdoctoral fellowship funded by European Commission through Horizon 2020-Marie Skladowska-Curie Actions based at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK (2015-2017). The project is multidisciplinary comparative research on the cross-cultural consumption of personal adornments, known as glass annulars, i.e. rigid, ring-shaped objects composed of coloured glass, used by the inhabitants of the European northwest borderland regions during the transition from the Late Iron Age to Roman period, c. 100 B.C. – A.D. 250.

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