Circular outline. Circular, deep concave discus has small, sharp central filling hole with slightly recessed, wide, flat framing ring, dense rays, and somewhat narrow, flat framing ring; slit for airhole at front. Wide, sloping shoulder has large ovules that end in small, single circle flanking nozzle. Wide, raised, kite-shaped nozzle; traces of burning. Large ring handle with two grooves attaches to discus rim and just above base groove, where it terminates in a triangular point with a triple concentric circle above apex; triple concentric circles flank end of back handle. Straight walls. Flat, circular base has single groove around incuse signature: ΑΤΕ◎ΙΜ̣Η̣(ΤΟΥ) (retouching in signature). All details are sharp. Sparse small clay nodules in grooves, including signature.
Fabric, firing, and surface description
Early/Middle Roman Corinthian lamp fabric: hard, very fine, pale yellowish buff with slight orange tinge.
22 joining fragments preserve most of lamp but missing left back discus and shoulder and parts of lower wall and base. Slight chipping around edges; slight patches of encrustation on top and thick patches around handle and back wall.