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One of the most important categories of archaeological material is lamps, which were mass-produced in the ancient world. The most widespread were clay ones, along with them stone and metal were also made. Metal lamps are very rare in Tire. The most interesting is a two-horned bronze lamp on a high stand, with horns sharply separated from the body and clearly located. This lamp was crowned with a high handle in the form of Chrisma (broken off). It was the monogram of the name of Christ, which was used in the 4th-6th centuries. n. e. and symbolized belonging to the Christian religion. Such a lamp was a ceremonial one, most likely it was used as a Christian temple utensil, which testified to the active spread of Christianity throughout the Northern Black Sea region.