On Thursday I went to the Eretz-Israel museum in Tel Aviv, and because I am a huge glass nerd (and, y’know, I’m doing tourist things as well but I am technically in this country to study ancient glass) I spent basically the entire time in their glass gallery ogling pretty Phoenician core-formed alabastra and Roman mould-blown bottles. So my reduced posting schedule this month doesn’t sting too much, here’s my definitive expert review of all the things there that most stuck out to me:
5 thoughts on “Reviewing the glass from the Eretz-Israel museum”
Since when is “makes no goddamn sense” a con? Because that’s not a con.
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this is also a fair assessment
Oh yes. You can keep posting about glass. I am creating fakemons and I have a new glass type in them. And, well, this is a useful inspiration. 😀
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oh my god
I don’t normally endorse new fan-made Pokémon types but I want this
I approve of this.