A rare Ancient Roman terracotta one-ring suspension lamp. Featuring a flat rim, separated from the flat discus by a continuous ridge surrounding most of the discus and nozzle, leaving a straight broad channel between discus and wick-hole. Symmetrically placed lug on each lower side of shoulder. Discus features a central ring handle for suspension with a filling-hole on each side. Protruding round-tipped nozzle. Base marked off by concentric circles.
Date: Circa 1st Century BC – 1st Century AD