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Inventoried Object
Logical part of
Chicago/Indiana/Vanderbilt Excavations Inventoried Objects
Subject number
L 113
Typological identification
Early Roman Italian Lamp
Typological identification comment
Format: Loeschcke Typus I = Broneer Type XXII = Dressel Form 9 = Bailey Type A Group i-ii (Augustan-Tiberian)
Typological identification comment
Shoulder: Loeschcke Schulterform I
Kenchreai V, p. 22, no. 101, pl. 5 (H. Williams).
Italian products: Fremersdorf 1922, p. 130, fig. 84 (private collection, Düsseldorf); Sapelli 1972, no. 95 (Milan); Leibundgut 1977, no. 440 (Motiv 200; Vindonissa); Salamine de Chypre VII (Oziol 1977), pp. 96-97, no. 220, pl. 13; Benghazi III.2 (Bailey 1985), pp. 27-28, no. C 148, fig. 4 (context dated third quarter of 1st century A.D.); Mlasowsky 1993, pp. 186-187, no. 170 (Kestner-Museum, Hannover); Bussière 2000, p. 259, no. 255, pl. 30 (Musée de Constantine, Algeria).
Sim. Farka 1977, p. 225, no. 421, pl. 35 (differences in limbs; Magdalensburg); BML III, pp. 55-56, 375, no. Q 3033, fig. 66, pl. 99 (same motif on Asia Minor product, from Ephesus, dated Flavian-Trajanic; D. M. Bailey).
Motif of hoplomachus and Samnite.
Ceramic (Material)
Has visual motif (depicts)
Gladiator (Visual Motif)
Suggested citation
“KE 453 (Early Roman Italian Lamp).” In Kenchreai Archaeological Archive, edited by J.L. Rife and S. Heath. The American Excavations at Kenchreai, 2013-2021. <>