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Complete clay Roman lamp with multiple nozzles, Bailey H type in its Italic model (Bailey 1980: 1104-1106, pl. 40). Seven rounded nozzles, Bailey IIIa type band (commonly associated with a Loeschcke I type nozzle), discus medallion with rosette and a reflector-handle (Bailey 1988, pl. 32, Q1947). This multi-nozzle type is also recorded in Egypt with ten nozzles and a reflector-handle shaped as a crescent moon (Bailey 1988, pl. 37, Q1964).
Clay greenish beige, clay glaze khaki-black partially eroded. Presumed Cypriot manufacture of calcareous fabric.
Second half of 1st and 2nd century CE
D. M. Bailey, A Catalogue of the Lamps in the British Museum, II: Roman Lamps made in Italy, London: British Museum Publications, 1980.
D. M. Bailey, A Catalogue of the Lamps in the British Museum, III: Roman Provincial Lamps, London: British Museum Publications, 1988, Q2744 (similar example Cnidian manufacture).
S. Loeschcke, Lampen aus Vindonissa, Zürich, 1919.
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