NINE NORTH AFRICAN RED SLIP WARE OIL LAMPS
Late Roman Period,
Circa 4th-5th Century A.D.
Each with a tapering handle and long canal nozzle, one with volutes on either side of the nozzle, each with two fill holes in the discus, each discus molded with a different motif, including: a female head in profile within scrolling; a bust of a bearded man; a man lifting a basket of grapes; a helmeted head within a medallion; a large leaf-like tree with hanging fruit; a palm tree with hanging fruit; a charging bull; a winged Eros; and a krater, each within a decorative border
5 7/8 in. (14.9 cm) long for the largest (9)