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bn:01982745n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Purpurin, sometimes referred to as glass porphyr, is an opaque glass of brownish to lustrous deep-reddish color which in classical antiquity was used for residential luxury objects, mosaics and various decorative purposes. Wikipedia

bn:01982745n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Purpurin, sometimes referred to as glass porphyr, is an opaque glass of brownish to lustrous deep-reddish color which in classical antiquity was used for residential luxury objects, mosaics and various decorative purposes. Wikipedia

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bn:01982745n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/03     •     Categories: Ancient Roman glassware, History of glass, Stained glass

  purpurin (glass) · Haematinum · Haimátinos · Hämatinon · Porporino

Purpurin, sometimes referred to as glass porphyr, is an opaque glass of brownish to lustrous deep-reddish color which in classical antiquity was used for residential luxury objects, mosaics and various decorative purposes. Wikipedia

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Opaque glass of the Ancient World Wikidata
A brownish or deep red decorative glass used in ancient times. Wiktionary

bn:01982745n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Purpurin, sometimes referred to as glass porphyr, is an opaque glass of brownish to lustrous deep-reddish color which in classical antiquity was used for residential luxury objects, mosaics and various decorative purposes. Wikipedia

IS A
DESCRIBED BY SOURCE
bn:01982745n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Purpurin, sometimes referred to as glass porphyr, is an opaque glass of brownish to lustrous deep-reddish color which in classical antiquity was used for residential luxury objects, mosaics and various decorative purposes. Wikipedia

IS A
DESCRIBED BY SOURCE
bn:01982745n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Purpurin, sometimes referred to as glass porphyr, is an opaque glass of brownish to lustrous deep-reddish color which in classical antiquity was used for residential luxury objects, mosaics and various decorative purposes. Wikipedia

bn:01982745n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Purpurin, sometimes referred to as glass porphyr, is an opaque glass of brownish to lustrous deep-reddish color which in classical antiquity was used for residential luxury objects, mosaics and various decorative purposes. Wikipedia

bn:01982745n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Purpurin, sometimes referred to as glass porphyr, is an opaque glass of brownish to lustrous deep-reddish color which in classical antiquity was used for residential luxury objects, mosaics and various decorative purposes. Wikipedia

bn:01982745n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

  porporino

 Purpurin, sometimes referred to as glass porphyr, is an opaque glass of brownish to lustrous deep-reddish color which in classical antiquity was used for residential luxury objects, mosaics and various decorative purposes. Wikipedia

bn:01982745n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Purpurin, sometimes referred to as glass porphyr, is an opaque glass of brownish to lustrous deep-reddish color which in classical antiquity was used for residential luxury objects, mosaics and various decorative purposes. Wikipedia

bn:01982745n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Purpurin, sometimes referred to as glass porphyr, is an opaque glass of brownish to lustrous deep-reddish color which in classical antiquity was used for residential luxury objects, mosaics and various decorative purposes. Wikipedia

bn:01982745n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2019/10/03

 No term available

 Purpurin, sometimes referred to as glass porphyr, is an opaque glass of brownish to lustrous deep-reddish color which in classical antiquity was used for residential luxury objects, mosaics and various decorative purposes. Wikipedia


Translations

purpurin, Haematinum, Haimátinos, Hämatinon, Porporino
porporino

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