A Roman terracotta moldmade oil lamp with a decorated discus and ring handle. The lamp features a rounded nozzle and plain, undecorated shoulders. A circular groove separates the shoulders and decorative discus scene. Two deeply incised adorn the discus, placed either side of the filling hole. The reverse features a base mark and maker’s mark to the centre. The letters L . M. ADI[EC] can be seen. The last two letters obscured by a large chip.
Date: Circa AD 90-140.