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Oil lamp depicting a woman

This lamp was described by its collector as ‘Six-wick lamp of ovoid shape: pink clay with red glaze, 4.1 in. wide by 2.3 in. top to bottom. The upper part...

Stone carving

Purchased by donor’s daughter as a commission. This is a model of a stone lamp, qulliq (pronounced ‘kud-lik’), the primary source of light and heat for cooking in a...

Oil lamp

This lamp was described by its collector as ‘Greek of KNIDOS type, so probably found there, dating 4th-3rd. century B. C. Dark grey ware, 5.25 in. by 3.6 in. Spreading...

Oil lamp

The image on this oil lamp shows a mouse sitting on top of an oil lamp. This might show the potter’s sense of humour, or might relate to a story...

Oil lamp

This oil lamp was excavated from a Roman cremation burial on a road leading from the fortress at Exeter. Oil lamps are very uncommon from Devon, and this metal lamp...

Oil lamp

This red-glazed oil lamp was donated to the museum in 1937 by Mr Lightbody who recorded it had been found in Rome. Lamps like this are found across the Roman...

Oil lamp

This oil lamp was excavated by the Egypt Exploration Fund in 1904 from the Romano-Egyptian site at Herakleopolis, or Ehnasya. It is one of 45 objects donated to this museum...

Oil lamp

This oil lamp was excavated by the Egypt Exploration Fund in 1904 from the Romano-Egyptian site at Herakleopolis, or Ehnasya. It is one of 45 objects donated to this museum...

Oil lamp

This oil lamp has been in the museum’s collection since the 1870s or 1880s, and was donated by Mr John D Bassett. Unfortunately we have no further information about this...