|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Locus:||Street between Theatre and Byazantine cistern|
|Date Made:||100-150 CE|
|Outside Diameter:||7.3 cm|
|Credit Line:||Minturnae (Italy) Expedition, Jotham Johnson, 1932|
|Other Number:||3773 - Field No SF|
Lamp with plain, semicircular nozzle separated from rim by groove (Fink's Class IV; Loeschke type VIII). Buff clay with red glaze. Discus decorated with bird on branch pecking at flower (as in Walter's n. 1001).
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