Agora Object: L 2169
Inventory Number:   L 2169
Section Number:   Σ 477
Title:   Triple-Bodied Lamp
Category:   Lamps
Description:   Intact.
Three lamps, the outer ones alike with herringbone patterns on rim; plain discus with filling hole and three other holes, each.
The central lamp has no rim, but a rosette on the discus, with filling hole and three other holes. In the spandrils between the lamps are sets of curved lines, curved toward the back. Plain round nozzles, with no air holes. One handle, punched but not pierced, with triple grooves above and below.
The end lamps have almond-shaped reverses, with double grooved lines enclosing stamped circles. The central lamp has a circular reverse with single grooved line enclosing stamped circles.
Unglazed.
Red clay.
Type XXVIII of Corinth collection.
Context:   Below surface.
Negatives:   Leica, 95-12-25, 95-12-06
Dimensions:   W. (of all three lamps together) 0.155; L. 0.076; H. 0.035
Material:   Ceramic
Date:   28 March 1936
Section:   Σ
Grid:   Σ:10-14/ΚΒ
Elevation:   -3.10m.
Masl:   -3.1m.
Period:   Roman
Bibliography:   Karivieri (1996), p. 241, no. 263, pl. 23.
    Agora VII, no. 2031, p. 159, pl. 33.
References:   Publication: Agora VII
Publication Page: Agora 7, s. 225, p. 209
Publication Page: Agora 7, s. 233, p. 217
Card: L 2169
Card: L 2169