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.
Directly from Jerusalem, Holy Land, an extremely rare Roman Herodian clay oil lamp with four nozzles. A well-defined rim ledge around the shoulders, four holes in front of the nozzles and a central tower terminating to a ring handle for suspension. Dated from, 37 BC – 70 AD
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Ancient pottery wheel-made oil lamp with a plain body, wider at the lower part and narrower at the upper, flat flaring rim and a flat base, after the reservoir was made on the wheel, a hand-formed nozzle was stuck on. Loop handle higher than the rim. The clay is reddish- brown