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Glass Roman cups from Weklice

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Glass Roman cups from Weklice

Roman glass cups from Weklice (Warmińsko-Mazurskie Province). Discovered during archaeological research in 2010 in the graveyard of the Wielbark culture. Together with wine-drinking vessels made of bronze, they constituted a set given as a grave gift. The cups were imported from the area of ​​the Roman Empire. They are perfectly preserved, which is unique in itself.

Dating: 2nd-3rd century CE. The cemetery in Weklice functioned from the 1st to the beginning of the 4th century CE and is associated with the presence of the community of Gothic culture.


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