Oil lamps (4 Subjects)
The lamps here are of tin or earthenware, and of the beautiful forms used by the Greeks and Romans.
Lamp that represents a negro with the flat Aethiopian features, sleeping, and the skin of an animal tied around his shoulders.
Foot of bronze statue from Myconos island, which John Montagu Sandwich brought to Great Britain. (Α). Foot of colossal marble statue discovered by R. Pococke in Asia Minor (Β). Bronze statue bought by R. Pococke at the bazaar of Aleppo in Syria (C). Lamp from Qift (anc. Coptus) in Egypt (D).
Bronze lamp from Thessaloniki (Α). Bronze lamp from Aleppo (Β). Mirror's frame (C). Decorative mask from Aleppo (D). Ring from Aleppo (Ε). Statue from Aleppo (F). Signet from Beirut (G). Clay head of the Hellenistic deity Harpocrates from Egypt (Η). Charm from Egypt (Ι). Several charms from Egypt.