The "Darom" (south) oil lamps, were mainly used in the southern part of the Roman Provincia Judea, the south-western part of the Hebron Hills, especially in the vicinity of Beth Guvrin. They are dated to the short period between the Jewish war and the Bar Kochba revolt, i.e. 70-150 CE. These lamps are mould made of made very fine tin and have very thin sides. They are often decorated with Jewish themes and motifs.
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