Roman terracotta oil lamp with a pierced handle and long, rounded volute nozzle. The lamp features straight shoulders with two concentric circles surrounding the concave discus. In this discus is the moulded head of Mercury facing forwards with a winged helmet. To his left is the caduceus with two snakes wrapped around and to the right is a money bag. An un-pierced air hole appears at the top of the nozzle. This lamp can be categorised as Bailey group C group iv. The base is marked by a single, circular groove.
Date: Circa AD 70-200