We mainly introduce Roman glass beads from Afghanistan. Fragments such as glass bottles made in the Roman era are buried in the soil for a long time, and the components in the soil react with the glass surface, and the light is diffusely reflected by fine irregularities, resulting in iridescent luster, so-called silvering. It is made by shaping a piece of glass excavated in the state, making a hole, and processing it into beads. Our Roman glass was excavated near Bamiyan, Afghanistan. This main category is divided into following collections. Click the image to show each collection page.