Clay lamp; orange clay; deep, sharply carinated lamp, with nozzle-channel and cross-shaped handle; shoulder: band of transversed raised lines; discus - plain; base-ring: impressed oval base-ring.
- 550-650 (circa)
- Made in: Thrace (eastern)
- Iconomu type XXXIIII
- Length: 69 millimetres
- Width: 46 millimetres
Published: D. Buckton, Byzantium: Treasures of Byzantine Art and Culture, London, 1994, no 122
Prehistory and Europe
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Object reference number: MCB556
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