Terracotta lamps, by Oscar Broneer.

Cambridge, Mass., Pub. for the American school of classical studies at Athens, Harvard University Press, 1930.

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Subjects Greece -- Corinth.
Terra-cotta sculpture -- Greece -- Corinth.
Terra-cotta sculpture.
Series Corinth ; v. 4, pt. 2.
Description xx, 339 pages illustrations, 31 cm.
Notes Printed in Greece.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 297-304).
Summary "The oil lamps found during excavations at Corinth represent a good sampling of different periods, from Archaic Greek to Byzantine times, with a particular wealth of material from earlier periods. After an introduction dealing with some general problems, the author proceeds directly to a classification of 28 types, of which 7 are Greek, 13 are Hellenistic, and the rest Roman and later. There follows a catalogue in which over 1,500 specimens are described."--Publisher's website.
Geographic Area Greece
Network Numbers (OCoLC)ocm02475720
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