- Cameron, Alan. “Orfitus and Constantius: A Note on Roman Gold-glasses.” Journal of Roman Archaeology 9 (1996): 295–301. Argues that not only the aristocracy could afford gold glasses.
- Engemann, Josef. “Bemerkungen zu spätrömischen Gläsern mit Goldfoliendekor.” Jahrbuch für Antike und Christentum 11/12 (1968/1969): 7–25. Notes the similarity between Jewish and Christian designs, and argues that some originated in the same workshop.
- Hachlili, Rachel, Ancient Jewish Art and Archaeology in the Diaspora. Leiden: Brill, 1998, 292–304. An overview of all 14 Jewish gold glasses, with pictures.
- Rutgers, Leonard Victor. “Archaeological Evidence for the Interaction of Jews and Non-Jews in Late Antiquity.” American Journal of Archaeology 96 (1992): 101–18. Relates the gold glasses to other archaeological evidence for Jews in Rome.
- Schüler, Irmgard. “A Note on Jewish Gold Glasses.” Journal of Glass Studies 8 (1966): 48–61. Schüler problematizes the similarity between Jewish and Christian designs, and argues that the gold glasses from Cologne were Jewish as well. The article also contains a catalogue of the 14 Jewish gold glasses.
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