cf. BMLIII, pp. 15, 16, 385, no. Q 3133, fig. 17, pl. 107 (identified as Eros riding bird right, opposite reptile(?); from Ephesus, dated A.D. 500-600; D. M. Bailey)
sim. EphesosIV.2, pp. 150-1, nos. 1211-1214, pl. VII (F. Miltner)
sim. Hübinger1993, pp. 123-124, no. 253, pl. 29 (same format, eagle facing with spread wings; Universität Bonn)
Two joining sherds preserve ca. 75% from top of lamp but missing nozzle. Slight, extensive erosion, moderate, extension abrasion, and sparse chipping; worn breaks; thick, extensive patches of encrustation.