You are considering a beautiful "Canaanite" Early Bronze Age terracotta oil lamp with four spouts, dated from, 3000 - 2000 BC
These four-spouted lamps are among the earliest vessels specially made to be lamps. Older still are the simple bowls from the Chalcolithic period (fourth millennium BCE) with telltale burn marks on their rims (sometimes in depressions), which show that these bowls were used as lamps ...click for details
Aweidah Gallery is very pleased to offer this unique apportunity for the oil lamps collectors to add this EXTREMELY RARE ancient Persian pottery oil lamp to their collection, dated from, 600 - 332 BC "Time of Nebuchadnezzar the greatest and most powerful of all the Babylonian kings"
Large Persian period open lamp of finely levigated pink clay with a shallow bowl, wide tool-shaped rim, a knife-shaved bottom, a ...click for details
Directly from Jerusalem, an ancient Roman - Jewish bronze coin "Prutah" pendant from the coins of the Roman procurators of Judaea Antonius Felix, bearing Palm branch surrounded by KAICAPO and date (year five),legend in a wreath tied at the buttom with an X, NEP/WNO/C (NERO) on the obverse
An authentic ancient biblical Maccabean "Hasmonean Dynasty" terracotta oil lamp with burning marks "Soot" at the nozzle.Date: Second to frist Century BC "100 - 200 BC"
Pinched bowl lamps, these lamps are simple, undecorated and continue the form of lamps from the Bronze and Iron Ages, they are made from a small bowl, folded in the middle and pinched to form two holes, one for the wick and ...click for details
You are considering a very attractive ancient "Canaanite" Early Bronze Age burnished pottery cooking pot "jar" with age incrustation and buring marks on one side of the body, nicely made in a globular body with two small handles