Directly from Jerusalem, ancient Roman rare style mould made clay heighly decorated clay oil lamp known as "BEIT NATIF". the oil lamp is nicely decorated with 8 pine fruit "Cones" all around the shoudlers, dated from, 400 A.D.
Beit Natif oil lamps: These lamps are named after the site of Beit Natif in the southern part of the Judaea, where a workshop was found during excavations of two cisterns. T ...click for details
You are considering an extremely rare ancient Roman terracotta oil lamp depicting a large pomegrante design at the nozzle
Dated from, 200 AD
The pomegranate ('rimmôn') is mentioned in the Bible as one of the seven fruits/plants that Israel was blessed with, and in Hebrew, 'rimmôn' is also the name of the weapon now called the ...click for details
An ancient Roman unique miniature terracotta oil lamp with a tiny filling hole with burning marks "Soot" on the buring hole which means this lamp has been used some 2000 years ago! The Oil lamp is dating to 100 AD