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The Glass Beads of the Prehistoric and Roman Periods in Britain and…

by Margaret Guido

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An archeological study focusing on the investigation and classification of glass beads from approximately c. 700 B.C. - A..D. 410. The study concentrates on the techniques used, forms and uses of the beads and their decoration, methods of manufacture, & colors used. Much of the book is a catalog of extant beads of more interest to the archeologist, perhaps, than the artisan, but the first half of the book is invaluable for its discussion of bead shapes and colors used. Color plates are included along with several line drawings and a bibliography. Highly recommended. ( )
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