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  • GLASS — Earliest Times The earliest manufacture of glass does not antedate the late third millennium B.C.E., when the first glass beads were made in Mesopotamia and Egypt. The invention of glass vessel making dates to the mid second millennium B.C.E.,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Glass recycling — Public glass waste collection point in a neighborhood area for separating colorless, green and amber glass …   Wikipedia

  • glass — glassless, adj. glasslike, adj. /glas, glahs/, n. 1. a hard, brittle, noncrystalline, more or less transparent substance produced by fusion, usually consisting of mutually dissolved silica and silicates that also contain soda and lime, as in the… …   Universalium

  • Glass — /glas, glahs/, n. 1. Carter, 1858 1946, U.S. statesman. 2. Philip, born 1937, U.S. composer. * * * I Solid material, typically a mix of inorganic compounds, usually transparent or translucent, hard, brittle, and impervious to the natural elements …   Universalium

  • Broken (film) — Infobox Film name = Broken caption = Unofficial DVD cover, found next to the DVD version leak director = Peter Christopherson producer = Trent Reznor writer = Trent Reznor starring = Trent Reznor, Bob Flanagan music = Trent Reznor cinematography …   Wikipedia

  • Anglo-Saxon glass — has been found across England during archaeological excavations of both settlement and cemetery sites. Glass in the Anglo Saxon period was used in the manufacture of a range of objects including vessels, beads, windows and was even used in… …   Wikipedia

  • Roman glass — objects have been recovered across the Roman Empire in domestic, industrial and funerary contexts. Glass was used primarily for the production of vessels, although mosaic tiles and window glass were also produced. Roman glass production developed …   Wikipedia

  • Early modern glass in England — The early modern period in England (c. 1500 1800) brought on a revival in local glass production. Medieval glass had been limited to the small scale production of forest glass for window glass and vessels, predominantly in the WealdKenyon, G.H.,… …   Wikipedia

  • Munich-style stained glass — was produced in the Royal Bavarian Stained Glass Manufactory, Munich, in the mid 19th century.[1] King Ludwig I of Bavaria planned for the first time in Continental Europe the revival of the art of stained glass and established in 1827 the… …   Wikipedia

  • Architectural glass — is glass that is used as a building material. It is most typically used as transparent glazing material in the building envelope, including windows in the external walls. Glass is also used for internal partitions and as an architectural feature …   Wikipedia

  • stained glass — stained glass, adj. glass that has been colored, enameled, painted, or stained, esp. by having pigments baked onto its surface or by having various metallic oxides fused into it, as used in church windows, decorative lampshades, etc. [1785 95] *… …   Universalium


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