A high quality Roman Terracotta lamp, North Africa, possible Carthage, dating to c. 300-400 AD.
A rare, well preserved and beautiful ancient Roman redware lamp, engraved with floral design on the face and a very clear and complicated makers mark on the back!
A NICE ROMAN IMPERIAL OIL LAMP FROM CENTRAL ITALIAN WORKSHOP, DATING TO THE JULIO-CLAUDIAN PERIOD, 1ST. CENTURY AD.
A beautiful terracotta lamp with exceptionally fine details, typical for the style of the central Roman 1st. century oil lamps. On the backside a clear abbr. name of the master of the workshop that made this lamp, STROBIII ...click for details
BAKTRIA, Indo-Greek Kingdom. Antialkidas Nikephoros. Circa 130-120 BC. Æ (8.73 g). Indian standard. Draped bust of Zeus right, thunderbolt over shoulder / Two palms between piloi of the Dioskouroi; monogram to lower left. Bopearachchi 17C; SNG ANS 1131-3
Condition: Good VF, dark green patina, attractive!
BAKTRIA, Indo-Greek Kingdom. Menander I. Circa 165/55-130 BC. Æ Unit (3.25 g, 12h). Square module. Head of elephant right, wearing bell; A below / Club of Herakles; monogram to left, “stra” in Kharosthi to right.