Bronze censer consisting of a hexagonal receptacle with three short legs suspended by three chains attached to a calyx-shaped hanger at one end and three loops around the rim and the other. The rim and the body of the receptacle are slightly chipped. Engraved decoration of a symbolical nature adorns the outer surface. Four identical praying female figures with haloes, dressed in chiton and maphorion with dense linear folds. Two are standing on foot-stools. The largest figure is flanked by the inscription ΘΕΟ/ΤΟ/ΚΕ (Theotokos). The other three are identified as the three Marys who were with the Theotokos at the Crucifixion and accompanied her until the end of her life. Each figure is flanked by stars symbolizing divine will and palm branches symbolizing the Church Triumphant. Three stylized arula-type altars with flames rising upward are identified with the holocaust altars of the New Testament and symbolize Christ's sacrifice for the salvation of humankind. The spaces in between are filled with stylized trees representing the natural environment of the sacrifice. To the right of the Theotokos two military saints are depicted en buste in medallions, each wearing a chlamys pinned at the shoulder over a pleated himation. In his left hand each is holding a square pyxis engraved with a saltire, offering the gifts he has received from God.