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Snake-thread glass vessels were used from the late 2 nd to the mid-3 rd century AD. At least two production centres/distribution circles have been identified in the western part of the Roman Empire, which probably owed their existence to Syrian glassmaking artisans migrating to the west. One was located in the Rhine region, the other in Pannonia. Considering the distribution of snake-thread glass fragments known to date from Pannonia, it is striking that 52 of the currently known 112 fragmentsdoi:10.1556/072.2019.70.2.5 fatcat:e2zqioot5zbojgez2e6juu7ewa