Brown glass small bowl made in a pillar mould. with deep ribs on the spherical body and a flaring rim. The decoration on the ribbed body is of marvelled in threads decoration, while all around the shoulder just below the rim there is group of marvelled circular threads in yellow. There is a square hole in the body and the rim is heavily chipped. The ribbed bowl appeared from the 1st century AD and remained in use until the Flavian period. They can be monochrome and polychrome and can have decoation of marvelled threads. Dated findings are from the Claudian Neronian period. The bowls can be found from Spain to the Black Sea and very common in North Italy.