Discus: warrior at rampart. Undefined base. Light pinkish-brown clay, with mica; streaky orange to dark brown slip. Shoulder form IIIa.
- Made in: London (probably)
- (Europe,British Isles,England,London)
- Found/Acquired: Leadenhall Street
- (Europe,United Kingdom,England,Greater London,London,City of London,Leadenhall Street)
- Loeschcke IV
- Length: 73 millimetres
- Width: 51 millimetres
- Height: 22.6 millimetres
- Weight: 44 grammes
Paper label attached: 'roman lamp, first century. FROM EXCAVATIONS IN LEADENHALL ST., LONDON. NOV. I928'.
The archetype for this lamp's mould was a lamp, as is shown by the depression where the filling-hole of that lamp was situated, to the left of the figure.
Bibl. Christie's Sale Catalogue, 11 July 1973, Lot 13; Ant J, 1975, Pl- Lxivb.
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Object reference number: BCF1616
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