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Saucer lamp with pinched nozzle, dated by Margaret Murray to the Roman Period. Gift from the Univers (cont.)
Reproduction mould-made pottery lamp of Hellenistic type, with an oval body. The rounded shoulders a (cont.)
This object is likely to be either a rough pottery lamp or a stand. A very similar object is shown (cont.)
Oil lamp covered with mica before firing. in circular depression a picture of Jupiter with eagle. Ro (cont.)
Oil lamp with gladiators in combat. On the base is the name of the maker (C HURION). No handle. The (cont.)
Lamp with gladiators boxing. Maker's name on base (NOICUS). 1st century AD. Roman. See Donald M. Bai (cont.)
Travertine lamp, elliptical in shape, which has been broken and repaired. Purchased by Wellcome in 1 (cont.)
Shell or saucer lamp from Tell el Fara. Marked 'F 135 91D'. Presumably excavated by the British Scho (cont.)
A shell or saucer lamp from Tell Fara with sooting around the pinched area. It was presumably excava (cont.)
Lamp from Tell Fara. Presumably excavated by the British School of Archaeology in Egypt 1928-1929. 1 (cont.)
Lamp from Tell Fara. Presumably excavated by the British School of Archaeology in Egypt 1928-1929.
A cream stone lamp or bowl with a spout. It dates from the early Dynastic Period to the Old Kingdom.
Bronze lamp. Originally part of the collection of Lord Aberdare. Transferred from the National Museu (cont.)
Pottery lamp. Originally part of the collection of Lord Aberdare, transferred from the National Muse (cont.)