Who invented glass windows?

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Glass windows have been around since the Stone age. Most of the earliest times of glass is found in Egypt. Glass was a luxury item until around the 9th century BC. Stained glass was mostly found in churches. No person is known to have invented glass windows.
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It is not known who invented glass windows or who officially invented glass for that matter. Glass itself was used throughout the bronze age and is not credited to anyone in particular.
The Romans began using glass for architectural purposes, with the discovery of clear glass (through the introduction of manganese oxide) in Alexandria around AD 100. Cast glass windows (with poor optical qualities) began to appear in the most important buildings in Rome and the most luxurious villas of the Herculaneum and Pompeii.
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