Seller: lepanese (942) 100%, Location: New York, New York, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 121912048980 Roman oil lamp depicting the sleeping Ariadne, 1st Century AD. On the discus is a representation of Ariadne (wife of Dionysus, god of wine) sleeping after being abandoned by Theseus on the island of Naxos.She is set amid a forest and is surrounded by three playful Erotes. A greek inscription on the bottom of the lamp indicates the potter’s name was Armas. The clay is Buff. Length: 11.5 cm. Width: 8.25 cm. Some ancient losses along some parts of the body.Otherwise Intact. Extremely Rare.Published in the Earth and Metal catalogue 1999, Art Gallery, NYC. Visit My eBay Store: PHOENICIA HOLYLAND ANTIQUITIES Our policy: · WE SHIP WORLDWIDE. · Buyer pays shipping and handling. · NY resident must pay 8.375% for sales tax. · It comes with Certificate of Authenticity. · We accept PAYPAL. · We sell ONLY REAL ANCIENT!! · Returns are accepted ONLY for authenticity reasons (WITH PROOF FROM A SPECIALIZED EXPERT OR MUSEUM OF ANCIENT ART.). · Returns are accepted within 14 days or receiving the item, SHIPPING FEES ARE NOT REFUNDABLE. · If you have any questions, please ask before you bid or buy.