Agora Object: L 3631
Inventory Number:   L 3631
Section Number:   ΚΤΛ 138
Title:   Lamps: Waster
Category:   Lamps
Description:   Three twisted lamps, warped and stuck together in firing.
One lamp has raised base, rays on broad curving rim, pointed nozzle bent back onto lamp, traces of vertcal handle.
Type XVIII of Corinth collection.
Another lamp has base ring, large bulbous body, slight groove and ridge around filling hole. Traces of a high vertical collar around the filling hole and the ridge. Portion of side cut out to receive large nozzle; on left side, a raised disc; remains of twisted vertical handle. Right side hidden.
Type XII of Corinth collection.
Third lamp like second lamp, with addition of short thick nozzle; with a triangular barbed termibation, and a cornucopia on right side. Back of lamp entirely missing.
Type XII of Corinth collection.
Attic clay burned black.
Type 37B of Agora collection.
Notes:   Agora sample no. 488.
Context:   Bought by R.H. Howland in Shoe Lane, Athens, in 1936. Provenience said to be Athens.
Negatives:   Leica, LIII-8, LIII-9
Dimensions:   Max. Dim. 0.140
Material:   Ceramic
Date:   15 November 1938
Section:   ΚΤΛ
Period:   Hellenistic
Bibliography:   Agora IV, no. 501, p. 120, pl. 44.
References:   Publication: Agora IV
Publication Page: Agora 4, s. 130, p. 120
Publication Page: Agora 4, s. 239, p. 229
Card: L 3631
Card: L 3631