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A burnished Roman Terracotta oil lamp with broad shoulder, loop handle and stub nozzle: Standard African Loeschke Type VIII. The discus decorated with a scyphus; impressed maker's mark to the underside; 'CIVNDRAC'.

Circa 120-200 AD


Very Fine condition with light accretions.

Length 10.7 cms (4.25 ins).


Provenance: From an old Lincolnshire collection collected 1980s.


The maker Caius Iunius Draco, CIVNDRAC, is a well-known North African maker operating between 120-200 A.D. and would have had a large export trade.

Roman oil lamp with scyphus and maker's mark

SKU: H773