This item is an authentic replica of a fourth century Byzantine oil lamp. The original artifact was discovered at Giveat Katznelson in Naharia, Israel, just off the Mediterranean Coast & near the Lebanese border. The location of the discovery reminds us of Jesus’ healing of the Canaanite woman’s daughter near Tyre and Sidon (Matthew 15:21-28) and the rapid spread of Christianity throughout the region in the age of Constantine and Helena (4th Century CE). Materials: High-impact clay, furnace-fired and 100% hand-crafted in the Holy Land. Includes: Detailed artifact description & serial number.
- Artifact dated back to 4th century CE
- Artifact location: IAA, Israel Museum
- Dimensions of original: 12 cm x 8 cm
- Display / Frame – None
- IAA Access Number – 66-469
- Portion in Bible – Psalms 119:105, Luke 8:16, Luke 15: 8, Acts 20: 7-8
- Replica size – 110 %
- Site of Origin Givat Katzenelson, Naharia, Israel
- Weight: 0.3 lbs
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