Roman glass-making furnaces discovered in Egypt’s Delta

Glass-making furnaces dating back to the Roman Egypt period (30B.C.-395A.D.,) have been unearthed in Egypt’s Delta archaeological site of Tell Mutubis, the Antiquities Ministry stated Friday.

The discovery was made during a magnetic gradient survey carried out by a joint mission of the UK’s Durham University, directed by Dr.Penny Wilson, and Egypt’s Mansoura University.

Read more at: www.thecairopost.com/news/164014/culture/roman-glass-making-furnaces-discovered-in-egypts-delta

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Date: 14 September 2015
Source: www.thecairopost.com

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