An ancient Roman terracotta oil lamp featuring a decorated circular body shape with rounded shoulders. The nozzle is long and rounded, with two volutes at each side. The discus of the lamp is concaved, with two concentric circles surrounding the winged figures of Cupid and Psyche embracing. Cupid is depicted frontal and winged, his body nude. Psyche appears with her back to us, her upper torso nude, whilst a folded garment hangs beneath the curve of her bottom. There is one filling hole to the left of the figures. The reverse of the lamp is incised with a vertical linear stamp, the workshop mark.
Date: Circa AD 69 – 117