New Books

Glass of the Roman World
Edited by Caroline Jackson, Ian Freestone & Justine Bayley
ISBN: 9781782977742 Published by: Oxbow Books PUBLICATION DATE: 30 November 2014 DIMENSIONS: 280 x 216
Glass of the Roman World

Neighbours and Successors of Rome: Traditions of Glass Production and use in Europe and the Middle East in the Later 1st Millennium AD [Hardback]
Daniel Keller (Editor); Jennifer Price (Editor); Caroline Jackson (Editor)

ISBN: 9781782973973 | Published by: Oxbow Books | Year of Publication: 2014 | 352p, H240 x W170 (mm) 81 colour illus, 95 b/w figs

Glass, A Short History
by David Whitehouse

Smithsonian Books, and the British Museum Press, 2012.

128 Pages; Hardcover

Late Antique/Early Byzantine Glass in the Eastern Mediterranean
Ergün LAFLI (ed.)

Colloqvia Anatolica et Aegaea – Acta congressus communis omnium gentium Smyrnae II/Dokuz Eylül University, Faculty of Arts, Department of Archaeology, Division for Medieval Archaeology, Publication Series, No. 1. Izmir, Hürriyet Matbaası 2009. ISBN 978-605-61525-0-4. 1st Edition (500 samples). 34 papers with xx+403 pages and numerous black-white figures. Conference papers and abstracts, presented at the International Colloquium, “Late Antique Glass in Anatolia (4th to 8th cent. A.D.)”, in October 25–28, 2009 in Izmir, Turkey. All papers are in English, with the exception of two contributions in German; abstracts and key words in English, German, Turkish, and Italian. 21,5 x 28,7 cm; paperback; 80 gr. quality paper.

Orders should be made by the editor:
Doç. Dr. Ergün LAFLI
Dokuz Eylül Üniversitesi
Edebiyat Fakültesi
Arkeoloji Bölümü
Kaynaklar/Tinaztepe Yerleskesi
TR-35160 Izmir
Mobile Phone: +90.539.577 07 33.
Fax: +90.232.453 90 93.

Cost for the Book:
Cost (+ shipping) for Europe and other closer areas to Turkey: 25 euro.
Cost (+ shipping) for North America and overseas: US$ 30.

Payment must be done to:
Name of the bank: Turkiye Is Bankasi, DEU Tinaztepe Subesi, Izmir, TURKEY.
Account number: 3388 0016896.
Account owner: ERGÜN LAFLI.
IBAN: TR21 0006 4000 0013 3880 0168 96.

As soon as we receive the fee we will send you first an acknowledgement about the receipt and at the same day the book to the address given by yourself. From Turkey to anywhere it normally takes 10 to 15 days by surface post. Please let us know whenever you have received our book.

Archaeological Evidence for Glassworking: Guidelines for Best Practice
by Sarah Paynter and David Dungworth

English Heritage, Swindon, 2011

This latest editionin the English Heritage Guidelines series focuses on the identification,investigation and interpretation of glassworking evidence at sites inEnglandfrom the Bronze Age until the 20th century.Comprising 12 chapters, with numerous photographs and illustrations, thisguidance draws on contributions and case studies from experts in thefield, including archaeologists, glass specialists, glassworkers andarchaeological scientists.

For more information visit:

Islamic Glass in The Corning Museum of Glass, Volume I
Objects with Scratch-Engraved and Wheel-Cut Ornament by David Whitehouse.

The Corning Museum of Glass, 2010.

This is the first volume of three devoted to the early Islamic glass in The Corning Museum of Glass. It contains descriptions of 595 objects and fragments made between the 8th and 11th centuries, A.D. For further details, see

Medieval Glass for Popes, Princes, and Peasants
by David B. Whitehouse, The Corning Museum of Glass, 2010.

432 pages, 626 color illustrations, object drawings.

This is a catalog for the “Medieval Glass” exhibition . It illustrates the objects on display, and also includes essays on technique and the use of glass in daily life in the Middle Ages. Karl Hans Wedepohl and William Gudenrath both contributed essays on the manufacture of glass in this period. For further details, see

Charles Schneider and the pate de verre by Walter Daum which is signed SC

The author’s book includes 50 color pages, and unveils a new side of the glass made at Daum between 1905 and 1915.

Author: Jean Hartwig
19,80 €uro + 4 € de port (France)

ISBN : 2-5522307-37-8