You are considering a very rare ancient Byzantine highly decorated pottery oil lamp, dating to the 5th Century AD
The lamp is made of reddish brown clay with remains of red slip. Oval shape with large filling central filling hole. Depicting on the left a walking hunter holding a stick over his shoulder, a running dog above the burning hole and a running rabbit on the right side of the shoulder. The base is decorated w ...click for details
Directly from Jerusalem (Holy Land), RARE ancient Byzantine "Early Christian" inscribed terra-cotta round oil lamp, dating to around 5th Century AD
The oil lamp is beautifully inscribed in high relief Greek letters inside two circular lines all around the shoulders and decorated with a star design all around the base and the center base ...click for details
From Jerusalem, an ancient Byzantine gold coin of Emperor ARCADIUS, dated from, 377 - 408 AD
Arcadius was born in Spain around AD 377, the son of Theodosius the Great and Aelia Flavia Flaccilla.
His father raised him to the rank of co-Augustus of the east in AD 383, though due to his young age it was a solely ceremonial title at first. ...click for details