Mould-made brownware pottery lamp with two nozzles: grapes between volutes. Triangular handle-ornament with bust of Sarapis above acanthus; unpierced handle. Discus decorated with Europa on Bull. Base-ring. Brown clay, very micaceous. Plaster mould.
- Found/Acquired: Alexandria
- (Africa,Egypt,Lower Egypt,Nile Delta,Alexandria (Egypt))
- Broneer Type XXI
- Loeschcke shoulder-form VIa (near)
- Length: 15.7 centimetres
- Width: 9.1 centimetres
See Walters H B, L'Antiquité Classique, XIV 1945 p.327
- Associated Event: Europa and the Bull
Ancient Egypt & Sudan
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Object reference number: YCA62262
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