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Ancient Glass Workshops Discovered Near Naples
Thursday, January 31, 2013
(Vassil) NAPLES, ITALY—Heavy rains in Italy have led to the discovery of a series of glass-making workshops along the ancient Clivius Vitrarious. The artisans of these first-century A.D. workshops were well known for their glass-making skills.
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