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Mould-made pottery lamp decorated on the discus with a grotesque stave-dancer. Within the raised base is an imitation inscription. Covered with an orange to brown slip. The face of the figure was damaged before firing.
- Made in: Knidos
- (Asia,Turkey,Aegean Region (Turkey),Caria,Knidos)
- Excavated/Findspot: Sanctuary of Demeter
- (Asia,Turkey,Aegean Region (Turkey),Caria,Sanctuary of Demeter (Knidos))
- Loeschcke Type VIII
- Nozzle-form Cn.E1
- Shoulder-form VIIb
- Length: 8.2 centimetres
- Width: 7 centimetres
2010 Jan - April, Nottingham, Lakeside Arts Centre, The University of Nottingham, 'Roman Sexuality: Images, Myths and Meanings'
2014 Feb-May, Brading Roman Villa, Isle of Wight, Roman Sexuality: Images, Myths and Meanings
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA37352
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