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Home > Catalog > |Antiquities| > |Antiquities by Type| > |Oil Lamps| > BK21914
Judaean Kingdom - Roman Judaea, Herodian Oil Lamp, c. 25 B.C. - 100 A.D.
This simple but elegant lamp design was developed during the reign of Herod, and thus they are called Herodian Lamps today. The type is found throughout all of Israel, especially in Jewish towns and areas, such as Jerusalem and Judea. Some have been found in Jordan. It is believed to be a type used mainly by Jews. They remained in common use until the end of the first century. The latest examples, from the middle of the second century, have been found in Judean Desert caves. Attempts have been made to more precisely date some of these lamps based on variations, however, excavations indicate the variations occur simultaneously.
BK21914. Herodian oil lamp; cf. Adler 3.1.HER.3, 96; Hayes ROM 54; Schloessinger 332; 8.8 cm (3 1/2") long, 6.1 cm (2 3/8") wide, Choice, complete and intact, light bumps, light encrustations, c. 25 B.C. - 100 A.D.; rounded wheel made body, sloping shoulder with rounded carination to vertical sides, nozzle with a splayed shape hand-formed separately and attached, joint between the nozzle and body smoothed with a knife, rim outside narrow discus ledge around filling hole, incised line across nozzle; $250.00

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