Colorless with yellow green tinge. Solid cube with beveled edges and drilled dots on each side. Intact, but slight chipping on edges and corners; a few pinprick bubbles; dulling of surfaces.
Roman dice were made from a number of different materials, including bone, glass, and semiprecious stones such as rock crystal.
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