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Readings in glass history
|Statement||Selected and edited by Anita Engle.|
|LC Classifications||TP849 .E53|
|The Physical Object|
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Readings in glass history Paperback – January 1, by Anita Engle (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Anita Engle.
Books Readings in Glass History. Selected and edited by Anita Engle. Phoenix Publications, Jerusalem. I, pp., $; No. 2, 99 pp., $ (). 3, pp., $; No. 4, 90 pp. Illus. Paper. Reviewed by Gladys Davidson Weinberg* Many if not most students of ancient and medieval glass are familiar with the writings of Author: Gladys Davidson Weinberg.
Starting ten thousand years ago with its invention in the Near East, Macfarlane and Martin trace the history of glass and its uses from the ancient civilizations of India, China, and Rome through western Europe during the Renaissance, Enlightenment, and Industrial Revolution, and finally up Cited by: Brent Glass is Director Emeritus of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History, the world’s largest museum devoted to telling the story of America.
His latest book is Fifty Great American Places. The History of Glass From our earliest origins, man has been making use of glass. Historians have discovered that a type of natural glass - obsidian - formed in places such as the mouth of a volcano as a result of the intense heat of an eruption melting sand - was first used as tips for spears.
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Gowans (Orem, Utah: Mountain Grizzly. A major milestone in the history of glass occurred with the invention of lead crystal glass by the English glass manufacturer George Ravenscroft ( - ).
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