Potamos: Digital Antiquity Data

http://planet.atlantides.org/potamos

Tom Elliott (tom.elliott@nyu.edu)

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September 23, 2018

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*Coriosopitum/Coria

A Roman town and fort at present-day Corbridge.

Stanegate

An important Roman military road built in what is now northern England, linking Corbridge in the east and Carlisle in the west. A later western addition may have linked the fort at Kirkbride.

Haltwhistle Burn Roman Fortlet and Camp

Site of Roman fortlet and temporary camp. The fortlet guarded the crossing of the Burn by the Stanegate. It pre-dates the construction of Hadrian's Wall, which passes 0.5 km to the north.

Imagery location of center point of fortlet

After Historic England, verified with Google Maps imagery.

Chiron, CC images of the Classical World Pool (Flickr)

Sculpture 3

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Sculpture 3

Late archaic marble statue from Paros, a fragment from a lion subduing a bull. Archaeological Museum at Paroikia.

Standardized sarcophagi

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Standardized sarcophagi

The Hellenistic and Roman marble workshops at Paros prepared standardized sarcophagi, with relief plaques featuring stock funerary scenes, and in varying size and number, inserted on the more visible sides according to the wishes of their clients. In this way, a sarcophagus could be rapidly assembled from the workshop's stockpile of sarcophagi and relief plaques, allowing for some customization of the tomb while not delaying the funeral. From the ancient cemeteries along the harbor of modern Paroikia, Paros (just northeast of the Ekatontapiliani church).

Pottery workshop

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Pottery workshop

A large multi-room workshop with several updraft kilns (e.g. in the right foreground) active during the Hellenistic period. Excavated in advance of construction, a modern villa is built on pillars over the archaeological site. Southern Paroikia, Paros.

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Zervae/Zirinae

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 51 G2 Zervae/Zirinae

Kallipo(u)lis

Kallipo(u)lis was founded by the Macedonians in the fifth century BC.

Aphrodisias/Col. Flaviopolis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 51 H3 Aphrodisias/Col. Flaviopolis

Aproi/Col. Claudia Aprensis/Nova Theodosiopolis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 A3 Aproi/Col. Claudia Aprensis/Nova Theodosiopolis

Syrascell(a)e/Sirogellis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 51 H3 Syrascell(a)e/Sirogellis

*Zorlanae

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 51 H3 *Zorlanae

Colla

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 51 G3 Colla

Ainos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 51 G3 Ainos

Hebros (river)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 51 G1 Hebros fl.

Plotino(u)polis

A Roman settlement located to the immediate southeast of modern Didymoteicho, Greece, Plotinopolis was founded by the Roman emperor Trajan, in honor of his wife Plotina. Roman-era physical culture has been identified at the site, beginning with chance finds in the 1960s and continuing through subsequent scientific excavation.

Hadrianoupolis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 51 H1 Hadrianoupolis

Nike

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 51 H1 Nike

Burtudizon

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 A2 Burtudizon

Berg(o)ule/Arkadioupolis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 A2 Berg(o)ule/Arkadioupolis

Dr(o)usipara

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 B2 Dr(o)usipara

Tzouroulon/Silta?

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 B2 Tzouroulon/Silta?

Perinthus/Heraclea

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 B3 Perinthus/Heraclea

September 22, 2018

tDar: The Digital Archaeological Record

Geochemical Sourcing of New Zealand Obsidians by Portable X-Ray Florescence from 2011 to 2018 (ppm/tech)

This dataset includes 4,582 obsidian artefacts matched to their natural geological source from 45 archaeological sites in New Zealand (Aotearoa). It is a compilation of a number of independent projects conducted in the laboratories of the University of Auckland and University of Otago from 2011 to 2018. It combines previously published studies, an MA thesis, a BA(Hons) dissertation, a site report, and other previously unpublished primary data. The dataset has high reuse potential for future non-destructive studies of artefacts and social network analyses.

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‘Utsurgae’

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 B1 ‘Utsurgae’

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S. Chuís

A Pre-Roman hillfort in the Asturias region, near the northern coast of the Iberian peninsula. The fort was constructed around 1000 BCE and remained in use throughout the Iron Age and shows signs of occupation during the Roman period through the third century CE.

OSM location of San Chuis

Polygon representing the location of the San Chuis hillfort, derived from an OpenStreetMap Way.

Praesidium Pompei

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 21 D6 Praesidium Pompei

Mediana

An extensive late-Roman villa used as a temporary imperial residence in the suburbs of ancient Naissus. Located in the modern village of Brzi brod, within the municipality of Niš, Serbia (BAtlas 21 E6 Mediana).

Naissus

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 21 D6 Naissus

Gramrianae

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 21 D6 Gramrianae

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Remesiana

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 21 E6 Remesiana

Turres

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 21 E6 Turres

Meldia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 21 E7 Meldia

Serdica

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 21 F7 Serdica

Sparata

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 49 F1 Sparata

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Lintel 2

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Lintel 2

Massive marble beams from the door of an Ionic temple dating to the late 6th century BC, later rebuilt in the foundations of the "Venetian Castle" (ca. 1260 AD). Paroikia, Paros.

Venetian tower of Paroikia

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Venetian tower of Paroikia

Built in ca 1260 AD from spolia of older buildings, including an Ionic temple from the late 6th century BC. Paros.

tDar: The Digital Archaeological Record

Geochemical Sourcing of New Zealand Obsidians by Portable X-Ray Florescence from 2011 to 2018

This dataset includes 4,582 obsidian artefacts matched to their natural geological source from 45 archaeological sites in New Zealand (Aotearoa). It is a compilation of a number of independent projects conducted in the laboratories of the University of Auckland and University of Otago from 2011 to 2018. It combines previously published studies, an MA thesis, a BA(Hons) dissertation, a site report, and other previously unpublished primary data. The dataset has high reuse potential for future non-destructive studies of artefacts and social network analyses.

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Anadynata

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 86 D3 Anadynata

*Egerica

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 49 F1 *Egerica

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Iustiniani Pons

The Bridge of Justinian or Sangarius Bridge is a Late Roman bridge built by the emperor Justinian I across the Sangarius river. The bridge's original span was ca. 430 m.

Sangarius (river)

The Sangarius river (modern Sakarya) is the third longest river in Asia Minor and flows through ancient Phrygia.

‘Bitenas’

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 A3 ‘Bitenas’

Ranilum

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 22 unlocated Ranilum

Neapolis/Herakleia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 A3 Neapolis/Herakleia

Cromen

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 87 A4 Cromen

Anokome

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 61 E1 Anokome

Eribolon

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 F3 Eribolon

Philia Pr.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 D2 Philia Pr.

Philia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 D2 Philia

Scylla

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 C2 Scylla

Erite/Ereta

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 22 E5 Erite/Ereta

‘Mocasura’?

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 B2 ‘Mocasura’?

Chrysopolis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 53 B2 Chrysopolis

*Desa

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 G2 *Desa

Hieron (Chalkedonion)/Zeus Ourios, T.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 53 B2 Hieron (Chalkedonion)/Zeus Ourios, T.

Phocaea

An ancient settlement of Asia Minor, modern Foça in Turkey.

Rhebas (river)

The Rhebas river, the modern Gökçesu, is a left-hand tributary of the Lower Sangarius river.

September 21, 2018

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Sicyon/Demetrias

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 D2 Sicyon/Demetrias

OSM location of Sicyon

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Imagery location of Tumulus MM

A funeral mound of the latter eighth century BC, possibly associated with the Phrygian king Gordias.

Tumulus MM

A funeral mound of the latter eighth century BC, possibly associated with the Phrygian king Gordias.

Grimscar Roman tilery

The site of a Roman military tilery operated by the Fourth Cohort of the Breuci.

Krathis (river)

The Krathis is a river of Achaea. Achaean Aegae lies close to the river course, which is discussed by Herodotus, Strabo, and Pausanias.

OSM location of Krathis

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Bolinaios (river)

A river located in northern Achaea that drains into the Gulf of Corinth.

OSM location of Volineos

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Asklepieion

The Asklepieion at Pergamon is located 3 km south of the Acropolis.

OSM location of Asclepion

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

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Motella/Metelloupolis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 62 B5 Motella/Metelloupolis

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

WAW-519665 COIN ROMAN

Roman coin:copper-alloy nummus of the House of Constantine dating to the period AD 335 to 341 (Reece Period 17). GLORIA EXERCITVS reverse type depicting two soldiers and one standard. Mint is illegible.

WAW-520C84 BROOCH ROMAN

Roman (later 3rd and 4th centuries) bow brooch: The lower portion of a bow brooch, made from cast copper alloy. The upper half, which is the bow is curved in profile, with the upper terminal forming a broken edge. This break is not recent. The bow is trapezoidal in section. The bow leads to a vertical portion which is the bow and catchplate forming a C-shaped section.The surface of the brooch has patches of a mid green coloured matte patina, otherwise the surface is abraded.The brooch measures 20.47mm long along the veretical section of the bow and is 4.56mm wide across catchplate and lower portion of the bow. It weighs 4.24g.The brooch is a bow type, but it is uncertain whether it is a Cross-bow, Knee brooch, however the sturdiness of the lower portion of the bow may suggest it is a Cross-bow type, which according to Bayley and Butcher (2004) date to the later 3rd and 4th centuries. The 'light' types of cross bow brooch, which have little decoration tend to date to the later 3rd centuries.Bayley, J. and Butcher, S., 2004 Roman Brooches in Britain: A technological and Typological Study Based on the Richborough Collection London: Society of Antiquaries

WAW-51D3D2 BROOCH ROMAN

Roman (mid 1st to 2nd century) brooch: The lower portion of the bow remains. The bow is broken at the upper edge which is at the approximate midpoint of the bow. The break is not a recent. The bow tapers to a slightly expanded foot.On the reverse of this portion of the bow there is a complete catchplate.The surface of the brooch has an abraded patina.The brooch measures 19.26mm in length, 4.98mm in width across the upper edge and weighs 2.29g.The brooch is a Colchester derivative. It probably dates to the mid-1st to second centuries.

SF-51C2DC TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A very worn copper-alloy Post-Medieval farthing trade token issued by Abraham Daking of Pentlow, Essex, dating c. 1648-1674. Williamson 248. Obverse: a stag couchant, ABRAHAM DAKINGReverse: initials A D M arranged in triangle, IN PENTELOW ESSEXFarthing trade tokens were first issued in 1648 in response to the lack of small change, with halfpenny tokens following in 1656. They were finally suppressed in 1674 under Royal Authority.This token was identified by user 'DiOz' of the MDF online forum.

WAW-51A791 COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: copper alloy nummus of the House of Constantine dating to the period AD 307 to 361 (Reece Period unknown). Mint not known. Reverse type is not visible.

WAW-516CA8 COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: A copper-alloy nummus of the House of Constantine dating to the period AD 330 to 335 (Reece Period 17). GLORIA EXERCITVS reverse type depicting two soldiers and two standards. Unknown mint.

WAW-511688 COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: A clipped silver siliqua possibly of Gratian dating to the period AD 367 to 375 (Reece period 19). VRBS ROMA reverse type depicting Roma seated holding Victory on a globe. Mint is off the flan.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

German Crusade 1197-8 CE

The German Crusade of 1197 CE, also known as the ‘Emperor’s Crusade', was led by the Holy Roman Emperor Henry VI (r. 1191-1197 CE). Although the emperor died on his way east, his army did capture Beirut from the forces of the Ayyubid dynasty. Abandoning the siege of Toron when they heard of Henry’s death in Sicily, the Crusaders left for home and, much like the Third Crusade (1189-1192...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

WAW-4FDA80 CASKET MEDIEVAL

Medieval (13th century) casket or box mount: The copper alloy mount is a D-sectioned bar which is curved almost into a loop. This is probably not intentional but due to damage. One terminal is broken, but it is not a recent break. The other terminal has a collar before a flattened perforated platform.The surface condition of the mount has a mid grey patina.The mount measures; 24.9mm long, 10.93mm wide across the mounting element and weighs 2.86g.Egan (Egan: 1998) illustrates similar mounts, particularly No. 147, and comments that transverse ridge decoration is usually found on mounts dated to the earlier Medieval period, the 13th century. Another similar example is No. 139 (ibid) and this is dated to the later 12th century. The mount probably dates to c. 1150 to 1300 AD.Egan G. 1998 The Medieval Household Daily Living c. 1150-c.1450 Museum of London, London, The Stationary Office

WAW-4FA24E EAR SCOOP MEDIEVAL

Medieval to Post Medieval (13th to 17th centuries) pendant crosses: There are two crosses, both of are complete.1. The cross is a plain cross with one arm with a small perforation at a terminal. Both faces are undecorated and a mottled with a light-grey to cream coloured surface. The cross measures 25.66mm long, 26.71mm wide, 3.91mm thick and weighs 10.14g.2. The cross is a long cross with the terminal of the long arm having an small perforation which is incomplete. The cross is slightly bent with the short arms curving inwards. The cross measures 30.93mm long, 22.5mm wide, 4.38mm thick at the terminal of one arm and weighs 12.89g.There are similar crosses, which are unperforated in the collections of the Science Museum (A629447) and the British Museum (1906,0514.3). In the record WMID-74C7E7, the recorder writes 'similar crosses were included in burials of the later medieval and early post-medieval period (Gilchrist and Sloane 2005, 92-93), therefore it is probable that this cross is of a similar date. The cross may have also functioned as a touch piece or plague cross, carried by the owner as an amulet to ward of evil.' These crosses were probably worn as a pendant but may have had a similar function.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-4F986A BROOCH ROMAN

Incomplete Roman copper alloy Colchester derivative rearhook brooch dating to the period c. AD 43 - 65. The C-shaped wings exhibit moulded beading on the front. The interior exhibits traces of solder which retains an imprint of the missing spring; in the centre is an oval recess to allow the pin to swivel. The tip of each wing terminates in a worn break. Projecting from the top of the head is the stub of the rearhook. The bow is plain and tapers to an old break.

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WAW-4F364D CROSS MEDIEVAL

Medieval to Post Medieval (13th to 17th centuries) pendant crosses: There are two crosses, both of are complete.1. The cross is a plain cross with one arm with a small perforation at a terminal. Both faces are undecorated and a mottled with a light-grey to cream coloured surface. The cross measures 25.66mm long, 26.71mm wide, 3.91mm thick and weighs 10.14g.2. The cross is a long cross with the terminal of the long arm having an small perforation which is incomplete. The cross is slightly bent with the short arms curving inwards. The cross measures 30.93mm long, 22.5mm wide, 4.38mm thick at the terminal of one arm and weighs 12.89g.There are similar crosses, which are unperforated in the collections of the Science Museum (A629447) and the British Museum (1906,0514.3). In the record WMID-74C7E7, the recorder writes 'similar crosses were included in burials of the later medieval and early post-medieval period (Gilchrist and Sloane 2005, 92-93), therefore it is probable that this cross is of a similar date. The cross may have also functioned as a touch piece or plague cross, carried by the owner as an amulet to ward of evil.' These crosses were probably worn as a pendant but may have had a similar function.

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2nd voter, please note: as I don't have access to the edition (Analecta Papyrologica 14-15 is missing in my library), it might be worth having a look at it to double-check everything. In particular, I'm wondering about the resolution μέρος and the value of the numbers (or fractions?) after it (e.g., l. 13 (μ̣έ̣ρο(ς)) γ̄ = 1/3 ?). (Paul Heilporn)
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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-4F1611 STRAP FITTING MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy pendent loop from a strap fitting dating to the period c. AD 1250 - 1400. It consists of an oval loop with a narrowed and offset strap bar and a projecting collared knop on the front edge.See: Egan & Pritchard, 2002, p. 219, no. 1189.

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WAW-4E0BD7 COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: copper alloy nummus of Diocletian (AD 284-305), dating to c. AD 294 - 305 (Reece Period 15). Reverse type GENIO POPVLI ROMANI, Genius standing left with modius on head, and holding cornucopiae. Uncertain mint.

NMS-4EE143 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy single loop buckle dating to the period c. AD 1250 - 1400. A rectangular frame with narrowed strap bar and expanded front edge which exhibits five irregularly spaced notches. See: Egan & Pritchard, 2002, p. 96, no. 434 - 438.

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NMS-4D7DDA BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy single loop buckle dating to the period c. AD 1150 - 1400. It exhibits a narrowed, offset axis bar which retains the corroded remains of the iron pin looped around it. The oval frame has an expanded front edge with a wide groove forming the pin rest.See: Egan & Pritchard, 2002, p. 76 - 77, no. 316 which retains a sheet plate lacking on the current example.

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PAS-4EA424 FINGER RING UNKNOWN

A complete but distorted gold finger ring set with a carnelian in an oval bezel. The hoop is 1.2mm wide and ovoid in section, widening to flat triangular terminals where it is joined to the bezel. This join is strengthened by a strip of gold wrapped round the ends of the hoops. The back of the bezel is an applied flat plate, with a central circular pierced hole. The raised oval setting is formed from another sheet of gold folded and pinched at the top of the oval. Around it at the base is a border of twisted gold wire, with filigree beaded wire above this. The carnelian is oval with a flat top and shows no trace of decoration.Wt.: 1.92g; length 20.5mm, bezel 12.9mm long, 10.5mm wide and 4mm thick.Discussion: The ring is not recognizably Roman, Medieval or Post-Medieval in date on the basis of style. Analysis (appended below) showed a high gold content, which while not out of keeping with a Roman date, does not preclude a later one. It is possible (from the higher copper content of the alloy and the style) that the ring is of modern Indian origin.

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IOW-4DD087 AMPULLA MEDIEVAL

An incomplete Medieval lead alloy pilgrim ampulla (c 1300-c. 1500).The suspension loops are missing and the rim of the mouth is incomplete.The sub-circular body has a raised crown on one side and a 'compass-drawn' flower of four petals on the other side. The crown and flower have backgrounds of raised hatching. Below each suspension loop the edge of the crown side is bevelled and decorated with oblique lines. On both faces, level with the suspension loops, there are double parallel ridges. The long neck flares from the body towards the mouth which has a ragged break.This ampulla is corroded and has a buff patina on the body which is worn.Length: 55.0mm; width: 27.4mm; thickness: 9.2mm. Weight: 41.73g.Ampullae with similar designs have been published (Spencer 1990: 89-90, figs. 182-184).Brian Spencer, formerly Senior Keeper at the Museum of London, who made a life-time study of ampullae, has written: 'Ampullae or miniature phials were an important kind of souvenir. Generally flask-shaped, but with a narrow, flattish section, they were designed to contain a dose of the thaumaturgic water that was dispensed to pilgrims at many shrines and holy wells. Ampullae were made of tin or lead or tin-lead alloy and were provided with a pair of handles or loops so that they could be suspended from a cord or chain around the wearer's neck. Coming into use in the last quarter of the twelfth century, they were, in England, almost the only kind of pilgrim souvenir to be had during the thirteenth century. They were nevertheless available at a number of shrines, and thanks to returning pilgrims or to local entrepreneurs, probably featured as secondary relics in virtually every thirteenth-century English parish church. Until the early fourteenth century, ampullae took various forms, were frequently inscribed and usually bore representations of the cult-figure or relic that they were intended to commemorate......Ampullae could be comfortably kept on the person or easily hung up in the home, or suspended , for the benefit of livestock, in the stable or cow shed or on the beehive. Ampullae were often donated to the neighbourhood, to be hung in the parish church. Almost as a matter of course, churches throughout thirteenth-century England secured possession of Canterbury ampullae containing what was perhaps the most famous of all elixirs, the water of St Thomas, tinged with the martyr's miracle-working blood' (Spencer, B. 1990, 57-58).Spencer, B. 1990. Pilgrim Souvenirs and Secular Badges. Salisbury and South Wiltshire Museum. Salisbury.

WAW-4E7480 SEAL MATRIX MEDIEVAL

Medieval (14th century) seal matrix: The matrix is a pyramid type, which has a circular base. The reverse of the matrix has a hexagonal sectioned stem which terminates with a circular loop and a collar below the loop. The underside of the matrix has a legend and central device. The legend is unclear. The device is the profile of an upright squirrel. The detail is not due to wear and corrosion.The surface of the matrix is abraded and has traces of a shiny mid green patina.It measures 20.03mm long, 15.47mm in diameter and weighs 5.42g.This is probably an impersonal matrix. From the late 13th century round seal matrices are between 3.5 and 4 cm diameter, becoming smaller into the 14th century (Harvey and McGuinness; 1996,79). This seal matrix therefore dates to the 14th century. Wildlife, particularly squirrels, hares and rabbits appear frequently on matrices of this type. Seal matrices of this type bearing imaginative legends in French or English and with decorative rather than heraldic central elements are typical of the 14th century (ibid, 88-89).Harvey, P.D.A. and McGuinness, A. 1996 A Guide to British Medieval Seals London: British Library and Public Record Office

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SF-4E1211 COIN ROMAN

A worn and somewhat corroded copper-alloy nummus of Licinius I (AD 308-324 ) dating to c. AD 315 (Reece periood 15). Reverse: GENIO POP ROM, Genius standing left holding patera and cornucopia. Mint of London. RIC vol. VII, no. 31.

WMID-4D9844 UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT POST MEDIEVAL

A copper alloy unidentified object of possible Post Medieval date (c. AD 1500-1800). The object comprises a suspension loop with bevelled inner edges, attached to two domed circular components via a cylindrical shank running from the loop through both components. The first component is a slightly conical (inverted), circular disc. Below this disc is a domed base, separated from the upper disc revealing part of the shank extending from the suspension loop. The base is flat at its lower edge and provides the appearance of a seal matrix, though there is no evidence of a matrix apparent. All that is visible on the base of the object is the terminal of the attachment shank. The object is undecorated and has a dark green patina. No comparable examples have been found to date.The overall dimensions are as follows: 24.03mm in length, 18.11mm in diameter and 18.21g in weight.

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Borobudur

The Temple of Borobudur or sometimes "Barabudur" is a Mahayana Buddhist temple located close to Muntilan on the island of Java in Indonesia. Built during the rule of the Sailendra Dynasty (c. 650-1025 CE), Borobudur remains the world's largest Buddhist temple. The Buddhists among the Javanese population performed pilgrimages and other rituals at Borobudur until around the 14th and 15th centuries...

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Adada

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 65 E2 Adada

Amblada

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 65 G2 Amblada

Pappa/Tiberiopolis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 65 G2 Pappa/Tiberiopolis

Minassos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 65 unlocated Minassos

Kormasa?

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 65 D3 Kormasa?

Leonnaia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 62 unlocated Leonnaia

Okoklia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 62 unlocated Okoklia

Akkilaion

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 62 unlocated Akkilaion

Ambason

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 62 unlocated Ambason

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HD077420 (Belgica)

Fl(avius) Gabso p[ro]/tector domes/tic[us e]x tribu/[nis hi]c quies/[cit --- U]rsu/[s(?) --- in p]ace

HD077417 (Belgica)

Iulia Pier/is obstetrix / hic iacet / nulli gra/vis

HD077388 (Belgica)

Hic quiesc[it ---] / qui vixit ann[os --- menses ---] / dies XX Palladi[us(?) ---] / pro caritate ti[tulum posuerunt] / in pace

HD061773 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Fortunatae / an(norum) XVIII et / Rufo an(norum) XII / Restutianus / Valentini et / Crescentilla / [f]ili(i)s infelic(ibus)

HD000337 (Belgica)

Marti Sme[rtuli]t[a]no et [Anc]amnae / C(aius) G(---) Sec[---] / [&

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Alişar Höyük

A settlement with occupation from the Chalcolithic period (fourth millennium B.C.) until the Phrygian period (first millennium B.C.).

Yazılıkaya

Yazılıkaya (also known as 'Midas City') is an archaeological site in Eskişehir Province, Turkey, known for its Phrygian rock-cut monuments.

GeoHack location of Pepuza

Coordinates following GeoHack.

Pepouza

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 62 unlocated Pepouza

Gordion/Vindia?

The capital city of ancient Phrygia, the ruins of Gordion are located near the modern village of Yassıhüyük about 10km east of the Turkish city of Polatlı.

Mandropolis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 62 unlocated Mandropolis?

Ghaziri

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 62 E5 Ghaziri

tDar: The Digital Archaeological Record

POLLEN, STARCH, ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR) ANALYSIS ON SAMPLES FROM THE SOURDOUGH SITE II, 48SW19464, SWEETWATER COUNTY, WYOMING

The Sourdough II Site (48SW19464) is located in Sweetwater County, Wyoming in the northern portion of the Great Divide Basin. The site is situated on a peninsula that juts onto a dry playa lake bed. Sediment samples collected from house pit and hearth feature fill were submitted for pollen, starch, and/or FTIR analysis, along with a metate/comal that was submitted for pollen analysis.

Data Recovery Investigation of Clay Hill Plantation (38DR375), Dorchester County, South Carolina

Archaeological investigations at 38DR375-Locus 1 identified two distinct occupations: an early eighteenth- to mid-nineteenth-century occupation related to Clay Hill Plantation activities and a late nineteenth- to early twentieth-century tenant farm settlement. These investigations identified multiple activity areas, including six distinct structures (Structures 1-6), across 38DR375-Locus 1, all of which formed part of the former Clay Hill Plantation settlement. These structures include a privy associated with the slave settlement (Structure 1), a possible overseer’s residence (Structure 2), the main house and kitchen complex and attached porches or sheds (Structures 3A-3D and 4), an unknown structure (Structure 5), and one other residence (Structure 6).

POLLEN, STARCH, AND ORGANIC RESIDUE (FTIR) ANALYSIS OF SEDIMENT FROM THE SOURDOUGH I SITE, 48SW19463, SWEETWATER COUNTY, WYOMING

The Sourdough I Site (48SW19463) is located 20 miles north of Wamsutter, Wyoming, in the northern portion of the Great Divide Basin. The site is situated on a land peninsula, extending into a dry playa lake bed. Site 48SW19463 exhibits seven features, four of which were sampled for pollen, starch, and/or FTIR analysis. Features 1 and 2 date between 1680–1730 BP, indicating an early occupation phase of the Late Prehistoric Uinta Phase. Features 4 and 5 date between 1070–1120 BP, indicating a more recent occupation phase. Features 1, 2, and 3 comprise a cluster located north of Features 4 and 5, and east of Features 6 and 7. Sediment from Features 1, 2, 4, and 5 was selected for pollen, starch, and/or FTIR analysis.

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Theater of Pergamon

The Greek Theater of Pergamon dates ca. 225 -200 B.C.

Temple of Trajan at Pergamon

The Temple of Trajan at Pergamon, also referred to as the Traianeum, was dedicated to Trajan and Zeus Philios and completed during the reign of Hadrian.

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Red Basilica

A Roman temple built above the Selinus river which was originally constructed for the worship of Egyptian gods, most likely Isis and/or Serapis. In the Byzantine era it was converted into a church of St. John. It was subsequently ruined, although the rotunda on the north side is still an active mosque.

The Great Altar at Pergamon

A monumental altar built during the reign of king Eumenes II.

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IOW-3BEE06 BELL POST MEDIEVAL

A small and complete post-Medieval copper-alloy spherical bell (1600-1800).This bell resembles an animal ('crotal') bell.The sub-rectangular suspension loop at the top is about 5.0mm high, 8.3mm wide and 2.3mm thick. The circular hole for suspension has a diameter of 2.0mm. The upper and lower hemispheres are divided by two horizontal circumferential ridges. At one side of the upper hemisphere there is raised crown and the opposite side has an unclear raised motif. Both side of the lower hemisphere has a raised stylised human face looking forward. The sound slit at the base has a maximum width of 2.2mm. All the faces on the suspension loop have deep file marks. There are also file marks on the lips of the sound slit. An iron sound 'pea' is intact and freely moving.This bell has a shiny green patina.Length: 22.0mm; width: 16.3mm; thickness: 14.0mm. Weight: 5.64g.

NMS-3C19B5 COIN ROMAN

Worn Roman copper alloy as of uncertain ruler dating to the period c. AD 1 - 250. Uncertain reverse type. Uncertain mint.

NMS-3C12A9 COIN ROMAN

Worn Roman copper alloy as of uncertain ruler dating to the period c. AD 1 - 250. Uncertain reverse type. Uncertain mint.

NMS-3C01D9 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy radiate or nummus dating to the period AD 260 - 402. Uncertain reverse type. Uncertain mint.

NMS-3BE332 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy radiate or nummus dating to the period AD 260 - 402. Uncertain reverse type. Uncertain mint.

NMS-3BD48D COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy nummus of Valentinian I dating to the period AD 364 - 375 (Reece Period 19). GLORIA ROMANORVM reverse type depicting Emperor advancing right, holding standard and dragging captive. Mint of Arles or Lyons.

NMS-3BC4D3 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy nummus of Valentinian I dating to the period AD 364 - 375 (Reece Period 19). GLORIA ROMANORVM reverse type depicting Emperor advancing right, holding standard and dragging captive. Uncertain mint.

NMS-3BA6EC COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus, House of Constantine, reverse GLORIA EXERCITVS 1 standard type, mintmark illegible, AD335-41

GLO-3B8F68 BROOCH ROMAN

Copper alloy developed T-shaped brooch that has tubular wings which hold the pin axes bar, there is a slot in the centre rear of the wings for the pin which is still in place. A rectangular plate broken loop surmounts the top of the brooch, this is decorated with opposing crescent cells and third liner cell in the middle, all of which would have contained enamel. Situate on top of this plate is a truncated loop. Below the first third of the bow is flat and decorated with two long rectangular cells, each containing a line of square enamel panels and ultimately creating a chequer pattern. The lower part of the bow starts to narrow but is truncated resulting in the loss of the catchplate.

NMS-3B8EE2 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy radiate or nummus, possibly irregular, utterly illegible, c.AD260-378

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NMS-3B7E0D COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of Magnentius, Amiens, reverse VICTORIAE D D N N AVG ET CAE, Two Victories holding shield, mintmark [...]MB[branch], AD351-3

NMS-3B6112 COIN MEDIEVAL

Medieval silver penny of Edward I dating to the period AD 1300 -1302. Class 9b. Mint of London. See: North, Vol. II, p. 24, no. 1037.

NMS-3B69AA COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy radiate or nummus, corroded and utterly illegible, c.AD260-378

NMS-3B62C6 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus, House of Valentinian, reverse SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE type, mintmark and further details illegible, AD364-78

NMS-3B5B63 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus, House of Constantine, CONSTANTINOPOLIS Victory on prow type, mintmark and further details illegible, AD330-5

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NMS-3B5264 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of Constantine I, obverse [...], helmeted bust right, reverse BEATA TRANQVILLITAS Altar type, mintmark and further details illegible, AD321-4

NMS-3B45F3 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Post medieval silver milled penny of Charles II dating to AD 1683. London mint. See: Spink, p.325, no.3390.Square perforation behind bust, indicating a secondary function. This would normally indicate that it should be considered as potential Treasure. However, since coins of this period with similar piercings appear in hoards of currency, it suggests that such objects could re-enter circulation as coins. It therefore cannot be said with confidence whether this particular object was regarded as a coin or as an item of jewellery at the time that the coin was deposited. This coin does not, therefore, constitute Treasure under the terms of the Treasure Act 1996.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Exploring the Life, Myth, and Art of the Ancient Near East

In Exploring the Life, Myth, and Art of the Ancient Near East, Michael Kerrigan attempts to present the cultural depth of the ancient Near East through its myths and art, writing primarily for grades 7-12. He does so by offering summaries from Assyrian, Babylonian/Sumerian, Hittite, and Ugaritic myth literature, each page containing at least one image of art concerning the story or the region being discussed...

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LIN-3B257B COIN MEDIEVAL

A medieval silver halfgroat of Henry III. Probably class 5, mint of London. Struck 1215-1272.

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LIN-3B0F9E COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A post-medieval silver halfgroat of Elizabeth I, mint of London. Probably 'tun' initial mark, third issue, struck 1591-94.

NMS-3B0D7E COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Post medieval silver half groat of Elizabeth I dating to the period AD 1587 - 1590 (third coinage). Initial mark: Crescent. Tower mint. See: North, Vol II, p 137, no. 2016.

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66 verses indexed by hugh

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Ancient History Encyclopedia

Leif Erikson

Leif Erikson (also spelled Leif Eriksson, Old Norse Leifr Eiríksson), nicknamed Leif ‘the Lucky’, was a Norse Viking who is best known for arguably being the first European to have set foot on North American soil along with his crew c. 1000 CE. Probably born in Iceland around 970-980 CE, Leif was the son of the famous Erik the Red who set up the first Viking settlement in Greenland...

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F038271

Lopodunum (Civitas Ulpia Sueborum Nicrensium) / Ladenburg ; other literature: F. Feraudi-Gruénais, FeRA 36, 2018, 1-13; Abb. 1; Abb. 3-5 (Zeichnungen) [http://www.fera-journal.eu/index.php/ojs-fera/article/view/246/221]

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HD077419 (Germania superior)

$] / I(?)[---] / E[---] / I(?)[---] / [&

HD077135 (Germania superior)

Iuliae Cen/sorinae / Cn(aeus) Iul(ius) Cau/pius pater

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Teuthrania

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 56 E3 Teuthrania

Kadoi

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 62 B3 Kadoi

Unnamed Roman villa, Commune de Cadillac

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 14 E4 no. 142 (Cadillac)

Center point of location

A positive identification of the sub-commune location noted in the Barrington Atlas directory

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Zeleia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 B4 Zeleia

Abrettene

Abrettene was a region in northern Mysia.

Keramon Agora

Keramon Agora is a "populated place" mentioned only by Xenophon. It is located in the plain of the Cayster but is now unable to be located.

Halisarna

Halisarna was a small center located in the border regions of Mysia and the Troad.

Traianoupolis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 51 G3 Traianoupolis

Attalea

Now the modern Antalya, Attalea was established in 150 B.C. on the coast of Pamphylia by Attalus II.

Attaleia

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. 161)

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WMID-257365 BROOCH ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy Colchester Derivative brooch dating to the Roman period (c. AD 75-175). The remains of the brooch consist of the head with both partial wings, and part of the bow. The spring, pin, foot and catchplate are all missing. The head of the brooch is concave to the reverse to accommodate the now missing spring. Both wings taper towards worn breaks, as does the bow of which roughly one third remains. There are no decorative features apparent on the remains of the object. The brooch is very worn with a dark green patina. A probable comparable example can be seen in Mackreth vol. 2 (2011: 49, plate 46, no. 1897). The overall dimensions are as follows: 21.04mm in length, 17.07mm in width, 12.8mm in thickness and 5.42g in weight.

WMID-25ABE2 CUFF LINK POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete copper alloy cuff link or small button probably dating to the Post Medieval period (c. AD 1750-1900). The object is circular in plan and flat in cross-section. The face is undecorated and shows signs of wear. On the reverse are the remains of an integral lug. No other distinguishing marks are apparent. The object has a dark green patina.The overall dimensions are as follows: 8.84mm in diameter, 2.75mm in thickness and 0.62g in weight.

WMID-25F0AB BUTTON POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete lead button or cuff link probably dating to the Post Medieval period (c. AD 1750-1900). The object is sub-oval in plan and flat in cross-section. The face is undecorated and shows signs of wear. On the reverse are the remains of an integral lug. No other distinguishing marks are apparent. The object has been bent slightly making the reverse concave. It has a greyish-white patina.The overall dimensions are as follows: 6.63mm in length, 15.8mm in width, 5.72mm in thickness and 3.3g in weight.

PUBLIC-2555EA COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy Roman radiate, contemporary copy of a coin of Tetricus I (AD 271-274), dating to the period AD 275-285 (Reece Period 14). PA[X AVG] reverse type depicting Pax standing left holding branch and vertical sceptre? Unclear mint. Cf. Normanby no. 1951.

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NMS-25EAA0 COIN WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy coin weight for a Philipsgulden, obverse figure holding long cross, S_X over P flanking, reverse hand flanked by 8 over H and 4 over F, produced by Hans Foncq of Antwerp, weight 3.03g, 1584

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NMS-25D276 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy buckle consisting of an annular frame of oval cross-section and a cast pin of similar but tapering cross-section, with a rectangular boss or grip near the penannular loop and a slight concavity on the underside near the tip. A standard form, cf. NMS-BBF4D7 and Egan and Pritchard 1991, nos. 440-50 for pins of the same type. External and internal diameter 46 and 35.5mm. Thickness of frame 4mm. Length of pin 47.3mm. 14th century.

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NMS-25BC83 COIN WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy coin weight for a unite of James I, 2nd coinage with counterstamp at top left of obverse for revaluing, square and biface, obverse crowned XXII/ S, reverse I R BRIT with crowned bust right holding orb and sceptre, weight 9.17g, 1604-19

NMS-25A3B3 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy as of uncertain emperor, period of Nerva to Hadrian, obverse laureate head right, reverse figure standing right, c.AD96-138

LIN-259409 SEAL MATRIX MEDIEVAL

A medieval lead seal matrix. The seal is circular, flat, and has an incomplete loop on the reverse. The reverse is decorated with a moulded fleur-de-lis motif. The face of the seal is decorated with an incised six pointed star. A worn, illegible, inscription surrounds the motif.

NMS-25A00A BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy rectangular buckle frame with a narrowed central bar, an integral rectangular loop projecting from the centre of one side, an incomplete wire pin on the bar and a pin notch in the centre of the outside edge. Probably for the suspension of a sword, cf. Whitehead 2003, nos. 470-1, Egan and Pritchard 1991, nos. 446 and 457. There are profuse file marks on the reverse. Length 28.5mm. Width with loop 26.1mm, without loop 20mm. c.1350 - c.1500.

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NMS-2580F8 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Edward I, Canterbury, class 4b, North 1024, very heavily worn, 1282-9

LEIC-256D37 FLAKE PALAEOLITHIC

Upper Palaeolithic to late Mesolithic flint flake, 38mm long, 19mm wide and 8mm thick with a weight of 6.5g.The flake has a sub rectangular form and has a light blue opaque patina. It has bi-directional flaking wirh stepped termination.

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NMS-255E12 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Edward I, London, class 10ab3a/9b mule, North 1038/2, well worn, c.1302-3

NMS-255D00 CANDLESTICK MEDIEVAL

Slightly squashed cylidrical lathe-finished socket of a medieval to post-medieval copper alloy candlestick broken across the tapering, hollow base and with a closely spaced pair of encircling grooves at the mid-point. Extant height 29.5mm. External diameter c.19mm. Internal diameter c.17mm. 15th - 16th century.

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Mysia

A region of northwestern Asia Minor.

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LEIC-24EB00 FLAKE PALAEOLITHIC

Upper Palaeolithic to late Mesolithic flint flake, 48mm long, 24mm wide and 11mm thick with a weight of 11g.The flake has a rectangular form and a light bluish grey patina, its a plunging flake made from bladelet core.

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Oxyopum

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 56 unlocated Oxyopum

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LEIC-24CF2D FLAKE PALAEOLITHIC

Upper Palaeolithic to late Mesolithic flint flake, 19mm long, 14mm wide and 3mm thick with a weight of 1.2g.The flake has a D shaped form and is a light greyish blue opaque patina. It is hinge fractured with a series of uni-directional parallel bladelet removals on dorsal face.

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Mysia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 D2 Mysia

Maionia/*Atetta?

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 56 G4 Maionia/*Atetta?

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LEIC-24B652 SCRAPER (TOOL) PALAEOLITHIC

Upper Palaeolithic to late Mesolithic flint scraper, 36mm long, 23mm wide and 5mm thick with a weight of 5.5g.The flint is sub rectangular in form and has a light brown opaque patina, made on a snapped blade, uni-directional blade, parallel ridges.

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Maionia/Mysia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 56 G4 Maionia/Mysia

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NMS-2485D8 BUTTON POST MEDIEVAL

Two post-medieval cooper alloy buttons with solid heads and integral loops, 16th century:- globular head with nipple, drilled loop. Diameter 10mm. length 15.7mm.- plano-convex head, non-drilled loop. Diameter 11.5mm. Length 12.3mm.

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Lydia/Maionia

Lydia was an Iron Age kingdom of western Asia Minor located east of ancient Ionia. Lydia (called Sparda by the Achaemenids) became a satrapy of the Persian Empire and with Sardis was its capital.

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LEIC-248359 LAUREL LEAF NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint laurel leaf flint, 44mm long, 26mm wide and 12mm thick with a weight of 14.6g.The flint is oval in form and has a pale bluish grey opaque patina.

IOW-247B0B COIN MEDIEVAL

An almost complete Medieval silver halfpenny of Henry V (1413-1422), minted at London. Initial mark: pierced cross pattée (North 1991: 72, ref: 1409; Withers 2003: 26, Type 5).Obverse: +hEnRIC REX AnGL; Crowned bust facing, broken annulet to right and left of crown.Reverse: CIVI/TAS/LOn/DOn; Long cross dividing the inscription with three pellets in each quadrant.Diameter: 14.8mm. Weight: 0.46g. DA=12:9.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.Withers, P. and B. 2003. Halfpennies and Farthings of Henry IV, V and VI. Llanfyllin: Galata Print Ltd.

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Katakekaumene

An area of western Asia Minor characterized by its ashy soil and volcanic rocks.

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Ilium/Troia

An ancient city of northwest Anatolia with occupation ranging from the Bronze Age to the Roman period. Troy features as the central setting of Homer's Iliad.

Pergamum

An important ancient settlement, located at modern Bergama in Turkey. It was first described in Xenophon's Anabasis and was later used as a treasury under Lysimachus. Pergamum became the administrative capital and principal city of the Attalid kingdom and dynasty (282-133 BCE) and was briefly the first capital of the Roman province of Asia. It later was a seat of a Christian bishopric and is listed in Revelation as one of the seven churches of Asia. It was inscribed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2014 under "Pergamon and its Multi-Layered Cultural Landscape".

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Attalid kingdom

Founded by Philetaerus, who took command of Pergamum in 282 BCE, and declared independent by Attalus I in the 230's BCE, the Attalid kingdom was allied closely to Rome; the kingdom expanded after the Peace of Apamea in 188 BCE. The last king, Attalus III, willed the kingdom to Rome, and after his death in 133, the former kingdom formed the core of the Roman province of Asia.

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Ancient History Encyclopedia

Byzantine Empire

The Byzantine Empire, often called the Eastern Roman Empire or simply Byzantium, existed from 330 to 1453 CE. With its capital founded at Constantinople by Constantine I (r. 306-337 CE), the Empire varied in size over the centuries, at one time or another, possessing territories located in Italy, Greece, the Balkans, Levant, Asia Minor, and North Africa. A Christian state with Greek as the official language...

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POLLEN AND PHYTOLITH ANALYSIS OF COPROLITE SAMPLES FROM YAKUTIA, RUSSIA AND THE PONTATOC RIDGE SHELTER, ARIZONA, USA

Dung from locations in Arizona and Russia were submitted for pollen and phytolith analysis. Pontatoc Ridge Shelter exhibited a surface mat dating approximately 14,000 yr BP. Dung recovered from a pica nest in permafrost in association with Pleistocene-age mammals such as mammoth and rhino. Analysis of microscopic remains (pollen and phytoliths) was undertaken to identify local vegetation at the time each of these dung deposits accumulated.

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F025979

(Civitas Taunensium) / Wölfersheim, Melbach ; AE: 2001, 1544.; other literature: J. Lindenthal - V. Rupp - A. Birley, in: S. Hansen - V. Pingel (Hrsg.), Archäologie in Hessen. Neue Funde und Befunde. Festschrift für Fritz-Rudolf Herrmann zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2001) 199-208; Abb. 2 (Foto u. Zeichnung).

F025978

(Civitas Taunensium) / Wölfersheim, Melbach ; AE: 2001, 1544.; other literature: J. Lindenthal - V. Rupp - A. Birley, in: S. Hansen - V. Pingel (Hrsg.), Archäologie in Hessen. Neue Funde und Befunde. Festschrift für Fritz-Rudolf Herrmann zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2001) 199-208; Abb. 2 (Foto u. Zeichnung).

F025977

(Civitas Taunensium) / Wölfersheim, Melbach ; AE: 2001, 1544.; other literature: J. Lindenthal - V. Rupp - A. Birley, in: S. Hansen - V. Pingel (Hrsg.), Archäologie in Hessen. Neue Funde und Befunde. Festschrift für Fritz-Rudolf Herrmann zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2001) 199-208; Abb. 2 (Foto u. Zeichnung).

F022964

(Civitas Taunensium) / Wölfersheim, Melbach ; AE: 2001, 1544.; other literature: J. Lindenthal - V. Rupp - A. Birley, in: S. Hansen - V. Pingel (Hrsg.), Archäologie in Hessen. Neue Funde und Befunde. Festschrift für Fritz-Rudolf Herrmann zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2001) 199-208; Abb. 2 (Foto u. Zeichnung).

F022963

(Civitas Taunensium) / Wölfersheim, Melbach ; AE: 2001, 1544.; other literature: J. Lindenthal - V. Rupp - A. Birley, in: S. Hansen - V. Pingel (Hrsg.), Archäologie in Hessen. Neue Funde und Befunde. Festschrift für Fritz-Rudolf Herrmann zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2001) 199-208; Abb. 2 (Foto u. Zeichnung).

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F022962

(Civitas Taunensium) / Wölfersheim, Melbach ; AE: 2001, 1544.; other literature: J. Lindenthal - V. Rupp - A. Birley, in: S. Hansen - V. Pingel (Hrsg.), Archäologie in Hessen. Neue Funde und Befunde. Festschrift für Fritz-Rudolf Herrmann zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2001) 199-208; Abb. 2 (Foto u. Zeichnung).

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F015125

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; AE: 1900, 0071.; CIL: 13, 06834a.; other literature: K. Körber, KWDZ 18, 1899, 230-231; Zeichnung.

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B015902

Lindenthal, J. - Rupp, V. - Birley, A.: Eine neue Veteraneninschrift aus der Welt der Wetterau.

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F011799

Mirebeau-sur-Bèze ; AE: 2004, 1001.; other literature: G. Alföldy, RÉMA 1, 2004, 46-54, Nr. 1; Abb. 1; Abb. 2 (Zeichnung); Y. LeBohec - S. Venault, AKorrBl 34, 2004, 246-249; fig. 3 (Foto u. Zeichnung); fig. 4 (Zeichnung).

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B015901

Weisgerber, L.: Rhenania Germano-Celtica. Gesammelte Abhandlungen.

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HD060938 (Dalmatia)

$] / Maxim(a)e a[nno]/rum V pos[uit]

HD055778 (Germania superior)

$] / [P]ub(lilia) Fir[mus] / Veron(a) [mil(es)] / leg(ionis) I ad[iut(ricis)] / an(norum) XXI(?)[--- stip(endiorum)] / II(?)[---] / [&

HD050920 (Germania superior)

Secundus CCCXXVI / Ar(r)unti / [---]I(?)ivius / [---]S(?)I(?)P(?)I(?)us / [---]I(?)us / [---]s

HD047091 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / L(ucius) Quintioni/us Servian/us veteran(us) / ex |(sesquiplicario) al(a)e In/dianae Ant/oniniana[e] / [&

HD040160 (Dalmatia)

Sil(vano) Aug(usto) sac(rum) / Ael(ius) Catius(?) / li<b>en<s> pos(uit)

HD023916 (Germania superior)

Contuinda Esucconis f(ili--) / Silvano Ategnissa(e) f(ilio) / h(eres) ex tes(tamento) f(ecit)

HD021463 (Germania superior)

$](?) / [---] Brixtae / [---] Firmanus / [v(otum)? s(olvit)? l(ibens)?] m(erito?)

HD018346 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Coelius / C(ai) f(ilius) Voltinia / Passus Tol/ossa(!) m(i)l(es) leg(ionis) / IIII Ma{a}c(edonicae) an(norum) XXX / stip(endiorum) VIII h(ic) / s(itus) e(st)

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B015861

Mráv, Z.: A Flavian weapon grave of an auxiliary cavalryman from the Dobogó hill, Keszthely / Cserszegtomaj (county Zala). Preliminary report. (Mit deutscher Zusammenfassung)

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Laris(s)a?

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 56 E4 Laris(s)a?

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IOW-0F3C48 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete and corroded Roman copper-alloy coin, probably an as dating to the period c. AD 41-250. Unclear reverse type.Obverse: Illegible; Traces of unclear bust.Reverse: Illegible; Unclear.Length: 23.3mm; width: 23.2mm. Weight: 6.61g.

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Cyme

An ancient city of Aeolis.

Temnos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 56 E4 Temnos

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IOW-109AEA BOOK FITTING POST MEDIEVAL

A complete post-Medieval copper-alloy book clasp dating to the period (c. 1700-c. 1850).This flat book clasp is cruciform in plan and the main body has three trifoliate lobes or fleurs, each with an aperture measuring 1.9mm. The stem of the cross has parallel sides and the end is recurved to form a hook.The fitting is reddish brown with green corrosion products.Length: 50.0mm; width: 40.7mm; thickness: 1.0mm; thickness including hook: 8.1mm. Weight: 4.99g.Compare with similar fittings: IOW-39608A; NCL-171DB7; WMID-4C8A2A and YORYM-C61F91.

IOW-111A9C RIVET POST MEDIEVAL

A complete possible rivet of probable post-Medieval date (c. 1750-c. 1850).The object is sub-circular in cross-section and the flaring head is sub-circular in plan. The shaft tapers in width and thickness from the head towards the bottom where there is blunt rounded point.This object has a patchy green patina.Length: 94.6mm; width: 16.0mm; thickness: 15.1mm. Weight: 47.46g.

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Colophon

Colophon was an Ionian city in Lydia, located ca. 13 km north of the harbour of Notion. Its ruins are located near modern Değirmendere.

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NMS-11D4B7 POT ROMAN

Roman ceramic base sherd from a greyware vessel of uncertain form. Dark grey, reduced fabric with abundant sand and mica inclusions. All edges terminate in heavily abraded breaks. The inner surface exhibits traces of limescale.

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Abbey of Saint John at Mstair

The Abbey of Saint John at Müstair, located in the village of Müstair in Canton Graubünden, Switzerland, is an early medieval Benedictine monastery dating to the late 8th century CE that became an abbey in 1163 CE. It is renowned across Europe and the world for its beautiful, intact medieval design and decor, and UNESCO designated it as a World Heritage Site in 1983 CE as a result of...

Abbey of Saint John at Mustair

The Abbey of Saint John at Müstair, located in the village of Müstair in Canton Graubünden, Switzerland, is an early medieval Benedictine monastery dating to the late 8th century CE that became an abbey in 1163 CE. It is renowned across Europe and the world for its beautiful, intact medieval design and decor, and UNESCO designated it as a World Heritage Site in 1983 CE as a result of...

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NMS-10C2E4 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy oval shoe buckle frame with a V-sectioned pin notch and remains of an embedded iron spindle. Cf. Whitehead 2003, nos. 600 and 601. Length and width 29.8 and 25.4mm. c.1660 - c.1720.

NMS-109A86 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy double-looped buckle frame, both loops trapezoidal, with a narrowed bar. Length 39mm. Width 25.5mm. Cf. Whitehead 2003, no.501. c. 1570-c.1700.

NMS-10B02B BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval white-metal coated copper alloy double-looped buckle frame similar to Whitehead 2003, nos. 440-1, with a pair of transverse engraved grooves at the ends of the bar. Length 39.6mm. Width 27.2mm. c.1600 - c.1720.

NMS-107EA6 DRESS HOOK POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy hooked tag with a trapezoidal loop and a hollow-backed circular plate with a human facing mask within a double pelleted border, to be viewed with the hook upwards. Read 2008, early post-medieval single sharp-hooked clasp Class E, Type 3, closest to ibid. no. 328. Length 33mm. Width 13.4mm. 16th century.

NMS-106DF0 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy sestertius of Antoninus Pius, Rome, obverse [...], laureate head right, reverse [...] COS IIII, Annona standing right, RIC III, 964, 980 or 997, worn, AD156-8

NMS-106530 HARNESS MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy openwork harness mount with a pair of integral round-sectioned attachment spikes on the reverse. Very similar to IOW-73E023 and WILT-B867E7. Length and width 26.7 and 20.6mm. 17th century.

NMS-105455 BUTTON POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy button with flat head and a distorted drilled loop. The engraved decoration of a clock-wise four-bladed impeller is similar to Read 2005, no. 117 but with a central punched ring-and-dot and four crescents near the edge. Diameter 23.5mm. 17th century.

NMS-1046DD COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of Theodora, Trier, reverse PIETAS ROMANA, mintmark TRS[branch], AD337-41

NMS-10323E BUTTON POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy button consisting of an almost flat head and an integral drilled loop. The slightly convex front is decorated with a rectangular grid of closely spaced pellets. Cf. SUR-41B3A4, IOW-1D4735, DENO-A66E6 and YORYM- F6AB63. Diameter 13.4mm. Length 11.7mm. 16th century.

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NMS-0F97A9 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval cast copper alloy buckle, filed flat-sectioned annular frame, copper alloy wire pin. Diameter 13.5mm. 1.5mm thick. 14th century.

NMS-100FDD ROWEL SPUR POST MEDIEVAL

Incomplete and distorted post-medieval copper alloy rowel spur with remains of an iron rowel pin. The terminals and the rowel are missing. The sides are D-sectioned and the form of the neck and rowel box is very close to those of two spurs from Norwich (Margeson 1993, nos. 1799 and 1800). Length of neck and rowel box 29mm. First half 17th century.

SF-0FC318 COIN MEDIEVAL

A somewhat worn and clipped silver hammered penny of Edward III, dating c. 1344-1351. Withers' type 7, mint of London. North 1131.

NMS-0FFE73 COIN ROMAN

Silver denarius of Vespasian, Rome, obverse [...]CAES VE[...], laureate head right, reverse TRI POT [in exergue], sacrificial implements, very worn, fields corroded but does not seem to be a plated copy, presumably RIC II, 42, AD72-3

NMS-0FF515 SPOON POST MEDIEVAL

Slightly bent stem of a copper alloy spoon, hexagonally-sectioned and with a seal top. The break is across the springing of the bowl. Length 68mm. Diameter of top 13.5mm. Mid 16th - mid 17th century.

NMS-0F58C1 BUTTON POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy button with an integral drilled loop: a biconical, hollow openwork head with a small central nipple, six sub-triangular perforations on the front face, and six perforations on the rear face (two not fully perforated). Comparable with Baart et al. 1977, 185, no. 235, Margeson 1993, 20-2, fig. 11 no. 102 and Read 2005, 30, no. 93. Diameter 10mm. Length 17mm. 16th century.

NMS-0F154A THIMBLE POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy thimble with a plain band around the base and with the sides and almost flat top covered by a spiral of ovoid indentations. Height 17mm. Diameter 18mm. 16th - 17th century.

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Kilikiai Pylai

The Cilician Gates, a pass through the Taurus Mountains connecting Cilicia to the Anatolian Plateau, by way of the gorge of the Gökoluk River.

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Taurus M.

The Taurus Mountains in southern Turkey, the modern Toros Dağları.

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Amanikai Pylai/Ciliciae Portae

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 67 C3 Amanikai Pylai/Ciliciae Portae

Tauros

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 3, p. 1658)

Toros Daǧları

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 3, p. 1702)

Toros Dağları

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 3, p. False)

Toros

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 3, p. 1702)

Taurus

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 3, p. 1658)

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Ancient History Encyclopedia

Agamemnon (Play)

The play Agamemnon was written by one of the greatest Greek tragedians Aeschylus (c. 525 – 455 BCE), “Father of Greek Tragedy.” Older than both Sophocles and Euripides, he was the most popular and influential of all tragedians of his era. Winning first prize at the Dionysia competition in 458 BCE, Agamemnon was the first play in a trilogy The Oresteia; the remaining two tragedies...

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Agamemnon (King)

Agamemnon was the king of Mycenae and leader of the Greek army in the Trojan War of Homer’s Illiad. He is presented as a great warrior but selfish ruler, famously upsetting his invincible champion Achilles and so prolonging the war and suffering of his men. A hero from Greek mythology, there are no historical records of a Mycenaean king of that name but the city was a prosperous one in the Bronze...

Agamemnon

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Ancyreum Pr.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 53 B2 Ancyreum Pr.

Rhebas (river)

The Rhebas river, the modern Rıva deresi, is a river of Bithynia.

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Caicus (river)

The modern Bakırçay river, a river of southwest Asia Minor that flows from the Temnos mountains to the Elaitic Gulf.

Didymateiche

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 52 A4 Didymateiche

Phrygia Epiktetos

Phrygia Epiktetos was a region of Phrygia formed by the cities of Aizanoi, Kadoi, Kotiaeion, Nakoleia, and Dorylaeion.

Eskischehr

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. False)

Libādīya

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 2, p. 995)

Eskişehir

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. 484)

Eski Šehir

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. 484)

Dorylaïon

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. 438)

Lıbādīya

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 2, p. 996)

Dorylaion

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. 438)

Eşkisehir

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. 484)

Daraulīya

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. 384)

Karaca Hüyük

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 2, p. 860)

Karacahüyük

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 2, p. 860)

Eskisehir

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. 484)

Eskışehır

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. 484)

Eskī Šahr

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. 483)

Eskišehir

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. 484)

DARMC location 1233

TIB representative point location digitized from the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World by the Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations project at Harvard University.

Dorylaion

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 62 E2 Dorylaion

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F034112

Augusta Treverorum / Trier, vor der Porta Nigra ; CIL: 13, 03706.; other literature: CLE 0226; B. Rémy - P.Faure, Les médecins dans l'Occident romain. Péninsule Ibérique, Bretagne, Gaules, Germanies (Paris 2010) 187.

F031248

Augusta Treverorum / Trier ; CIL: 13, 03786.; other literature: ILCV 1244; RICG 01, 109; E. Gose, Katalog der frühchristlichen Inschriften in Trier (Berlin 1958) 53, Nr. 413.

F031239

Augusta Treverorum / Trier ; CIL: 13, 03800.; other literature: ILCV 03584A; RICG 01, 103; E. Gose, Katalog der frühchristlichen Inschriften in Trier (Berlin 1958) 51, Nr. 408.

F031236

Augusta Treverorum / Trier ; CIL: 13, 03806.; other literature: ILCV 3067; RICG 01, 108; E. Gose, Katalog der frühchristlichen Inschriften in Trier (Berlin 1958) 53, Nr. 412.