Oil lamp alfalfa moon. 3x7x4cm

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Reproduction of a figure of Roman origin, made in bronze using the lost wax process.

The original is located in the Heritage Museum Arles Antique

An oil lamp is an instrument for lighting, it is a alfalfa of bronze, the piece is dated from the fourth century BC to the first century AD.
There is a lamp with a simple roll-up and a sheet outlet. The central inlet hole is surrounded by a groove and originally from a lid closed, which no longer exists. The handle is composed of a horizontal ring shape that reflects the shape of a half moon. The hole is triangular.

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