All of the small bue green glass beads were found in Java and are from the Early Classical Period, 750 - 900 C.E. They are Indo-Pacific beads.
Beads of the Hindu-Java Classical Period 750 - 1200 C.E. were made in Palembang, Sumatra. By the time the Sailendra dynasty fell and the capital was moved to Jambi, Indo-Pacific beadmaking had disappeared in Southeast Asia.
The large dark blue bead is a ‘Roman bead’, most likely made in Egypt and other locations in the Eastern Mediterranean 300 - 800 C.E. These kinds of ‘eye beads’ are thought to have been used as a magical amulet to ward off the “evil eye”.
Many of these beads have been have been found as far away as Djenne, Mali in West Africa. Archaeologists have dated these finds about 300 - 800 C.E.