Intact-Roman Era Greek Glass Bottle Circa 100-400 Ad

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller ancientground (17,208) 99.9%, Location: CYPRUS, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 202881893184 Read All Our Details For Payments And Combine Invoices World Wide Shipping Combine Shipping Available INTACT-ROMAN ERA GREEK GLASS BOTTLE CIRCA 100-400 ADbroken Weight : 11.66grSize : 90 x 27mmCondition UNC,EF,VF,F,VG,G,PR : F Shipping & Payments Combined paymentsBuyers can make a single payment for all items purchased from me within 14 days, Buyer must request for combine shipping once is ready to pay and we will send new invoice with combine shipping Do not pay and later ask for combine shipping please because possibly you will not receive any refund for the shipping cost!!!!!!Available time for combine shipping 14 days No more than 14 days please Because unpaid item case will open automatically If unpaid case open we are not able to send invoice with combine shippingBuyer must pay the items one by one and same time to contact us to send all of the items in one parcel and we will refund the difference on shipping costBuyers who had from 3 unpaid strikes will not able to bid on our itemsBuyer who win more than 5 items from us and never pay will be blocked from our account ALL THE PARCELS SEND BY REGISTERED AIR MAIL WITH TRUCKING NUMBERAll the parcels are insured on 50 eurosDELIVERY TIME WOULD BE FROM 2 DAYS UNTIL 25 DAYS SOME TIMES, EXCEPT HOLIDAYS Courier services available to any country and any courier serviceOther couriers from EMS needed Ph.Number of the buyer for the deliveryBuyer must pay the courier serviceRequest if you need courier servicePARCELS WITH TRUCKING NUMBERS FOR COUNTRIES IN LATIN AMERICA ALWAYS WE HAVE DELAYS AND PARCELS NEEDED ABOUT FROM 15 TO 40/45 BUSINESS DAYS SAME DAY SHIPPING AFTER PAYMENT RECEIVE WE NEVER SHIP IN WEEKEND INCLUDE CYPRUS HOLIDAYSWe accept pay-pal payments , bank transfers and Other OptionsReturns Policy RETURNS ACCEPTED FOR ANY REASON BUT DO NOT DELAY MORE THAN 45 DAYSIF ANY BUYER ASK TO RETURN ANY ITEM BACK IN 46 DAYS AND LATERWE WILL POSSIBLY ACCEPT THE RETURN BUT WE WILL REFUND THE NET AMOUNT, EBAY , PAY-PAL AND OTHER FEES PLUS OTHER COSTWHAT WE CANNOT RECEIVE BACK WE WILL CHARGE THE BUYERFOR THOSE FEES Buyer must pay the Return costCOMPLAINSIf any buyer for any reason he is un-satisfied Before to give any feedback or open case or requestPlease contact us first and we will try the best to keep all of our buyers satisfied in any cost to usFeadbacksOnce we get the payment from the buyer , buyer will receive positive feedback from usWe will thanks full to all the buyers which give us positive feedback with 5 starsIf you are planning to give us neutral or negative feedback please much better contact us first and we will try our best to solve the issue and keep you satisfied at any cost on us Bids & cancellationsIf any buyer need to cancel a bidSearch here : https://www.ebay.co.uk/help/homeBuyer and we cancel the bid 12 hours before the listing endIf buyer need to cancel a transaction before the payment doneContact us or search here : https://www.ebay.co.uk/help/homeAbbreviationsUNC : Uncirculated EF : Extremely FineVF : Very FineF : FineVG : Very goodG : GoodPR : PoorA , AU : GoldAR : SilverAE : Bronze Or CopperObv : Obverse R or Rev : Reverser : Right1 : LeftHd : HeadElectrum : Low Quality Gold , Mix Gold with silver Copper and sometimes alloyStart from Greek PeriodBillon : Low Quality Silver , Mix With Bronze Or copper and alloyFourree : Ancient period Reproduction Hellenic Period : 300-50 BCRoman Period : 27 BC-476 ADByzantine Period 477-1453 ADCrusaders Period : 1095-1492 ADMedieval Period In Europe : 1300-1500 ADLate Medieval In Europe : 1500-1650 ADVintage Period : 1919-1950 AD Ancient history as a term refers to the aggregate of past events[1] from the beginning of writing and recorded human history and extending as far as the post-classical history. The phrase may be used either to refer to the period of time or the academic discipline.The span of recorded history is roughly 5,000 years, beginning with Sumerian Cuneiform script; the oldest discovered form of coherent writing from the protoliterate period around the 30th century BC.[2] Ancient history covers all continents inhabited by humans in the 3000 BC – AD 500 period.The broad term "ancient history" is not to be confused with Classical Antiquity. The term classical antiquity is often used to refer to Western History in the Ancient Mediterranean from the beginning of recorded Greek history in 776 BC (First Olympiad). This roughly coincides with the traditional date of the Founding of Rome in 753 BC, the beginning of the history of ancient Rome, and the beginning of the Archaic period in Ancient Greece.The academic term "history" is not to be confused with colloquial references to times past. History is fundamentally the study of the past through documents, and can be either scientific (archaeology) or humanistic (history through language).Although the ending date of ancient history is disputed, some Western scholars use the fall of the Western Roman Empire in 476 AD (the most used),[3][4] the closure of the Platonic Academy in 529 AD,[5] the death of the emperor Justinian I in 565 AD,[6] the coming of Islam,[7] or the rise of Charlemagne[8] as the end of ancient and Classical European history. Outside of Europe the 450-500 time frame for the end of ancient times has had difficulty as a transition date from Ancient to Post-Classical times.During the time period of ancient history (starting roughly from 3000 BC), the world population was already exponentially increasing due to the Neolithic Revolution, which was in full progress. According to HYDE estimates from the Netherlands world population increased exponentially in this period. In 10,000 BC in Prehistory, the world population had stood at 2 million, rising to 45 million by 3,000 BC. By the rise of the Iron Age in 1,000 BC, the population had risen to 72 million. By the end of the period in 500 AD, the world population is thought to have stood at 209 million. In 3,500 years, the world population increased by 100 times.[9] Auctions If you see the same item in our auctions That’s mean buyer never pay for the item and we have relist it Or we have similar item and in rare situation the listing is wrong All of our items are as pictured and as described As all of our items from all of our knowledge’s are genuine and as described We describe them as our dealers sold them to us with the descriptions In situation that the item find to be not authentic from Expert with certificate as not genuine with stamp and signature from the expert as not genuine we are not responsible but we will issue full refund to the buyer after any period of the purchase as it is our fold Buyer is responsible of his purchase as we provide top quality pictures Size and weight plus zoom on every picture and all the sides of the item And buyer had good visibility where he bid We cannot provide any certificates as we are not authorize and as we don’t have the license to do it We will provide certificates for any items where we have certificates from other experts We can also provide certificates on any of our items but buyer must pay the cost of 250 pounds if want to have certificate All of our items could Be Ancient Style, Ancient, Medieval, Vintage or and any other culture and age , descriptions Based from our dealers and we believe we sell what we describe Could be also restore , clean with new patina , conserved , partial restore or even expert refresh the quality of the item If ancient style we give the title as was in ancient period and which period they made it So please if you are not sure ask what it is before you bid Bidding and purchasing without asking what it is, is mean buyer agreed our terms, policy and conditions Our Company is based in Cyprus and registered in Cyprus We post all of our items from Cyprus Also all of our items purchase from us from another countries as GERMANY , NETHERLANDS , BELGIUM , UK , USA and any other countries from coin & antique fairs as also ex collections which coming from generation to generation So no one of our items coming up from Cyprus or Cypriot collections We never deal with Cypriots If you have any question for anything please feel free to contact us and ask for what you need to know, we will get back to you less than 6 hours with all the details of what you need to know If you need to know anything about law Above you can read the European law Which say about ancient items Ancient historyPreceded by prehistoryNear EastSumer · Egypt · Elam · Akkad · Assyria · Babylonia · Mitanni · Hittites · Sea Peoples · Anatolia · Israel and Judah · Arabia · Berbers · Phoenicia · PersiaEuropeMinoans · Greece · Illyrians · Nuragic · Tartessos · Celts · Germanics · Etruscans · Rome · Slavs · Daco-ThraciansEurasian SteppeProto-Indo-Europeans · Afanasievo · Indo-Iranians · Scythia · Tocharians · Huns · Xionites · TurksEast AsiaChina · Japan · Korea · MongoliaSouth AsiaIndus Valley Civilisation · Vedic period · Mahajanapadas · Nanda Empire · Maurya Empire · Sangam period · Middle Kingdoms · Gupta EmpireMississippi and OasisamericaAdena · Hopewell · Mississippian · PuebloansMesoamericaOlmecs · Epi-Olmec · Zapotec · Mixtec · Maya · Teotihuacan · Toltec EmpireAndesNorte Chico · Sechin · Chavín · Paracas · Nazca · Moche · Lima · Tiwanaku · WariWest AfricaDhar Tichitt · Oualata · Nok · Senegambia · Djenné-Djenno · Bantu · Ghana EmpireSoutheast Asia and OceaniaVietnam · Austronesians · Australia · Polynesia · Funan · Tarumanagara ArchaeologyMain article: ArchaeologyArchaeology is the excavation and study of artifacts in an effort to interpret and reconstruct past human behavior.[13][14][15][16] Archaeologists excavate the ruins of ancient cities looking for clues as to how the people of the time period lived. Some important discoveries by archaeologists studying ancient history include:The Egyptian pyramids:[17] giant tombs built by the ancient Egyptians beginning about 2600 BC as the final resting places of their royalty.The study of the ancient cities of Harappa (Pakistan),[18] Mohenjo-daro (Pakistan), and Lothal[19] in India (South Asia).The city of Pompeii (Italy):[20] an ancient Roman city preserved by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79. Its state of preservation is so great that it is a valuable window into Roman culture and provided insight into the cultures of the Etruscans and the Samnites.[21]The Terracotta Army:[22] the mausoleum of the First Qin Emperor in ancient China.The discovery of Knossos by Minos Kalokairinos and Sir Arthur Evans.The discovery of Troy by Heinrich Schliemann.Source text Most of what is known of the ancient world comes from the accounts of antiquity's own historians. Although it is important to take into account the bias of each ancient author, their accounts are the basis for our understanding of the ancient past. Some of the more notable ancient writers include Herodotus, Thucydides, Arrian, Plutarch, Polybius, Sima Qian, Sallust, Livy, Josephus, Suetonius, and Tacitus.A fundamental difficulty of studying ancient history is that recorded histories cannot document the entirety of human events, and only a fraction of those documents have survived into the present day.[23] Furthermore, the reliability of the information obtained from these surviving records must be considered.[23][24] Few people were capable of writing histories, as literacy was not widespread in almost any culture until long after the end of ancient history.[25]The earliest known systematic historical thought emerged in ancient Greece, beginning with Herodotus of Halicarnassus (484–c. 425 BC). Thucydides largely eliminated divine causality in his account of the war between Athens and Sparta,[26] establishing a rationalistic element which set a precedent for subsequent Western historical writings. He was also the first to distinguish between cause and immediate origins of an event.[26]The Roman Empire was an ancient culture with a relatively high literacy rate,[27] but many works by its most widely read historians are lost. For example, Livy, a Roman historian who lived in the 1st century BC, wrote a history of Rome called Ab Urbe Condita (From the Founding of the City) in 144 volumes; only 35 volumes still exist, although short summaries of most of the rest do exist. Indeed, no more than a minority of the work of any major Roman historian has survived. Colour: As Shown, Provenance: Private collection, Material: As Described, Type: As Described

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