Directly from Jerusalem, you are considering a very rare ancient biblical terra-cotta pottery SABBATH oil lamp with soot "Burning marks at the nozzle", a large raised rim around the filling hole and a loop handle
Roman Herodian period, 50 BC - 50 AD
Time of King Herod the Great
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Ancient "Canaanite" Early Bronze Age pottery oil lamp with four spouts and a flat base, 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. Four-spoute ...click for details
Ancient Jerusalem style Byzantine "Christian" terracotta oil lamp, dated from, 485 AD.
Mould made, rim around filling hole. Linear bank around the shoulders with a branch design on the nozzle. Two rims around the filling hole.