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Theatrical mask from Caesarea Maritima
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Nymph with peplum
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Volute oil lamp with figured disc
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Epigraph of Pontius Pilate
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Lucky fisherman statue
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Treasury of Caesarea Maritima
Theatrical mask from Caesarea Maritima
Nymph with peplum
Volute oil lamp with figured disc
Epigraph of Pontius Pilate
Lucky fisherman statue
Treasury of Caesarea Maritima

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In the excavations of the hyposcenium of the Caesarea theater, several oil lamps were found, including large ones, probably used to illuminate the hyposcenium or the stage during performances. This specimen is of the volute type, with a figured disc on which a young female figure with a pleated short-sleeved dress and cloak is represented within a series of four grooves, standing on a drawn line. The young girl raises her mantle with her left hand, while her right arm is held at her side. The torso is leaning forward and the face looks down towards the mantle.

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