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Iron Lamp from the early part of the 20th century. It has a long vertical handle which attaches to a short nail, which is in turn attached to a longer square and twisted, pointed nail. It contains a great deal of residue in the base.

Lamp with a green-turquoise glaze, Medieval in date from either North Africa or Palestine. It is a small open lamp with a pinched spout that has evidence of burning and a long horizontal handle that is partially preserved.

Roman lamps, derived from Hellenistic prototypes, are closed lamps which were typically topped with a concave disk. On one end lies the handle, and the other side features a spout, with an open mouth, where the wick sits. These types of lamps allow…

Lamp dates from 700-500 BCE and appears to be from Carthage. It is a flat open lamp, pinched in two places to form two spouts with no evidence of burning.

Lamp composed of very heavy grey baked clay. Its thick fabric and small perforation at the spout make it non-functional, and Hector Williams has determined that it is a fake. It has an African-like face between the hole in the centre and the spout,…

Herodian lamps first appeared at the very end of the 1st century BCE. These types of lamps, typically found in Judea and Jerusalem, are known for the simplicity of their design, as well as their splayed nozzle. The nozzle has often been thought of as…
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