A Roman terracotta mould-made oil lamp from Asia Minor, featuring a large, rounded body, tapering into a volute nozzle. Circular rosettes, in relief, decorate the body, surrounding a raised ridge around the filling hole. There is a ring handle to the rear, incised with grooves. The squat body of this lamp is typical of lamps from Asia Minor.
Measurements: 9.2cm length, 6.9cm width
Provenance: Ex SM collection London, 1970s-2000s.
- Ancient Roman
- Oil Lamp from Asia Minor
- Century/ Timeframe
- Circa 2nd century AD
- Good Condition, See Photo