Lamp

L 2632. Max. dim. largest fragment 0.059. Three non-joining fragments of wall, base and discus.

Orange-buff clay; dull, dark reddish glaze.

From a lamp as G 143-145, G 223^-225, H 21-22; the relief dots are large; the center of the base and signature (if any) are missing. Perlzweig.

L 2365. L. 0.094; W. 0.064; H. 0.036. Intact except for two small holes in body.

Orange-red clay, thin and brittle; dull, orange-red glaze.

As G143-145, G 223-225, H 21-22; the relief dots on body are small and close-set. Handle grooved longitudinally, not made in the mould. Base: the letter alpha in relief. Perlzweig.

This lamp, as also J 62, J 64 and J 66, was found in the course of sifting the dried well-earth, after complete excavation of the shaft; it is not certain, therefore, that these pieces belong to Layers I—III rather than to the upper, dumped filling.

L 2634. L. rest. 0.122; W. rest. 0.077; H. rest. 0.03. Base and much of nozzle missing; the preserved nozzle fragment does not join. Restored.

Pinkish buff clay; orange-red glaze.

Rim plain. Discus: bear to right. Volutes at base of nozzle. Handle: pierced, grooved above. Perlzweig.

L 2383. P.L. 0.084; W. 0.077; H. 0.03. Handle, part of discus and nozzle missing.

Hard, reddish clay; dull, reddish glaze.

Rim plain. Discus plain and surrounded by two grooves which flare out at base of nozzle into volutes. Tripartite lug at rim on either side. Base: the letter alpha, incised in the clay before firing. Perlzweig.

This lamp is from the well-earth (of. J 60).

L 2631. L. 0.102; W. 0.072; H. 0.035. Fragments of base and body missing.

Light reddish clay; white slip, over which an orange glaze, much worn.

Rim and discus plain and separated by two circular grooves. Top surface of nozzle recessed below rim level; two small, circular punch-marks on rim at base of nozzle. Handle: pierced, grooved above. Base: trace of an incuse signature. Perlzweig.

L 2361. L. 0.087; W. 0.066; H. 0.03. Intact except for chipping around the filling hole.

Reddish buff clay; dull, red to brownish red glaze. Rim plain. Discus: shell pattern. From the base of the nozzle two volutes extend to the sides along the rim. Handle: pierced, grooved above and below. Base: raised ring (resting surface), no signature. Perlzweig.

This lamp is from the well-earth (cf. 3 60).

L 2633. W. est. 0.08. Three non-joining fragments preserve part of rim, nozzle and body, including some of the base.

Soft, gritty, yellow-buff clay. Rim: raised dots and raised panel at side. Discus plain. Nozzle raised above the level of the adjacent rim. Base: trace of a signature (?) in relief. Perlzweig.

L 2364. P.L. 0.096; W. 0.077; H. 0.033. Complete except for tip of nozzle. Pinkish buff clay, self-slip. Rim: band of raised dots. Discus: crescent. Handle: pierced, grooved above and below. Base: concentric ridges. Perlzweig.

This lamp is from the well-earth (cf. 3 60).

3 67. Terracotta figurine fragment. PL 48.

T 1270. P.H. 0.097; Max. P.W. 0.043. Single fragment preserves front of body from neck to knees.

Rather soft, reddish clay; traces of white paint on drapery.

An elderly male figure standing with knees slightly bent. A garment, fastened at the left shoulder, covers the chest and lower body. A phallus (now missing) was made separately and inserted in a hole in the front of the body. Grandjouan.

J 68. Bone spoon fragment. PI. 56.

BI318. P.L. 0.065; W. 0.034. The handle is missing. The shallow, ovoid bowl of a spoon, similar to Mill.

J 69. Glass vessel fragment. PI. 54.

G 78. P.H. 0.026; D. base 0.051. A single fragment preserves the base and part of the wall. Translucent, green glass.

From a cup (?) with flat base; oblique wall marked by four vertical indentations as in G 42 and H 2.

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