Directly from Jerusalem-Holy land, Rare and historically important- Roman Jewish decorated oil lamp known as DAROM oil lamp, dated from, 70 - 150 A.D.Darom oil lamps in one of the most interesting groups of lamps in the exhibit is the type called "Darom", refering to its manufacture area. The area designated in rabbinic sources as "Darom"(Mishnah, Shivi'ith", and Daroma(Tosefta, Sanhedrin) included the southern part of the province of Hudea)The south-western part of the Hebron hills, especially the area of Beit Guvrin. Today we know that these lamps were made in several places throughout the province and each area has its unique features. They date from the specific short period between the Jewish war and the Bar Kochba revolt (Ca. 70 - 150 A.D). The clay is usually fine and the lamps have very thin sides, especially in the lamps found in the Judean area. The lamp's nozzle is usually winged, often with two voltues flanking its sides. This feature also appears on Roman lamps from this period. The filling hole is large, as area the shoulders, leaving enough room for decoration. The base is usually a very low ring. The handle is sometimes completely perforated and sometimes incompletely perforated.Some of the lamps are decorated all around the filling hole, leaving the nozzle plain. The decorations consist of a large variety of designs and motifs, which include deometric designs, floral motifs, Jewish symbols, agricultural tools, jewelery, and craftsman's tools. The decoration testify that these lamps were manufactured and used by Jews.Dated from, 150 AD Measurements: Length: 8.5 cm - Width: 5 cm Condition: Intact, not repaired and not restored.Excavated in Hebron south of Jerusalem, Holy Land ALL ITEMS THAT WE OFFER FOR SALE COME WITH CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY.