The contribution presents first brief information about the finds of glass excavated during archaeological research of the Zobor monastery. The glass finds from the Benedictine monastery of St. Hyppolitus (the 11th-15th cent.) have been preserved only in fragments of window targets, which were usually found in secondary positions; collection of almost 30 glass vessels were revealed at a monk’s abode cellar of the Camaldulian St. Joseph’s monastery (1695-1782). Some glass vessels were made in Italy, from where several monks came after the monastery had been finished in 1695. A glass, most probably early-medieval bead found in a monk’s abode Baroque masonry is a curious find.