Potamos: Digital Antiquity Data

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May 22, 2018

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Trade in Ancient Greece

Trade was a fundamental aspect of the ancient Greek world and following territorial expansion, an increase in population movements, and innovations in transport, goods could be bought, sold, and exchanged in one part of the Mediterranean which had their origin in a completely different and far distant region. Food, raw materials, and manufactured goods were not only made available to Greeks for the first...

May 21, 2018

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-2F2C5E BROOCH MEDIEVAL

A complete and slightly misshapen Medieval copper-alloy annular brooch pin (c 1200-c. 1500).The pin has a shaft, collar and loop.The tapering shaft is circular in cross-section and close to the collar its diameter is 2.1mm. The circular collar has a diameter of 4.7mm. The open loop is flat on both faces and has a thickness of 1.4mm.Length: 27.7mm; diameter of collar: 4.7mm. Weight: 0.73g.This buckle pin is pitted and green with flecks of a darker green patina.

IOW-2F24A9 COIN MEDIEVAL

An almost complete Medieval silver penny of Henry VII (1485-1509), minted at London (North 1991: 103, ref: 1726). Initial mark: pansy, 1490-1504.Obverse: hEnRIC DI GRA REX AnG, King enthroned holding orb and sceptre.Reverse: CIVI/TAS/LOn/DOn, Royal shield over long cross which divides the legend.Diameter: 16.0mm. Weight: 0.67g. DA=12:9.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

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Kizari

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 87 A4 Kizari

Laris(s)a?

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

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Pompeii

An ancient city of Campania destroyed by the volcanic eruption of Mt. Vesuvius in A.D. 79, Pompeii was named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.

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IOW-2F16A2 COIN MEDIEVAL

A complete and slightly worn Medieval silver penny of Edward I (1272-1307), minted at London. Class 4a, 1282-1283 (North 1991: 29, ref: 1023).Obverse: EDWR' ANGL' DNS hYB; Crowned bust facing with a trifoliate crown and wedged drapery.Reverse: CIVI/TAS/LON/DON; Long cross dividing the inscription with three pellets in each quadrant.Diameter: 19.0mm. Weight: 1.34g. DA=12:7.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

DEV-2F100E SEAL MATRIX MEDIEVAL

A Medieval copper alloy pedastal-type seal matrix, probably dating to c. AD 1200-1400. The seal has an oval base, although its edges are highly abraded, from the reverse of which expands the faceted hexagonal-sectioned pedastal handle. The handle terminates in a trefoilate knop, with a drilled circuar perforation to form a loop, and with this preceded by a rounded collar. The face of the seal is engraved with a probable depiction of the Virgin Mary, depicting a crowned female figure standing left stood facing, holding an orb or globe, on which is an incised cross, and flanked by palm fronds. The inscription is illegible, with the only discernable character being a possible retrograde N at 3 o'clock on the matrix. Dimensions: length 26.8mm; width 20.5mm; height 29.2mm; weight 14.42g.cf. similar seal matrices on this database: LEIC-D87CF1, IOW-83B537, WMID-1764D5.

IOW-2EEE5B COIN MEDIEVAL

A complete Medieval silver penny of Henry VI (1422-1461), minted at Calais. Rosette-Mascle issue (1427-1430). Initial mark: cross IIIa or IIIb (North 1991: 76, ref: 1450).Obverse: +hENRICVS (rosette) REX (mascle) AnGLIE; Crowned bust facing.Reverse: VIL/ (mascle) LA (double saltire) /CALI/SIE (rosette); Long cross dividing the inscription with three pellets in each quadrant.Diameter: 17.4mm. Weight: 0.84g. DA=12:10.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

IOW-2EA4B0 COIN MEDIEVAL

An incomplete and bent Medieval silver Venetian soldino of Doge Nicolo Tron (1471-1473).Obverse: NI·TRON[ ]; Doge kneeling left holding banner with mint control mark KP in right fieldReverse: No legend; Winged and nimbate lion of St Mark facing within a quadrilobe and holding a book of gospels.Diameter: 11.5mm. Weight: 0.22g. DA=12:7.

DEV-2E572E COIN MEDIEVAL

A Medieval silver groat of Henry VI (first reign, AD 1422-1461), dating to AD 1422-1427. Annulet issue, Calais mint. North (1991: 74) no. 1427.The end of the obverse inscription appears to be an engraver's error.

NMS-2E3269 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy farthing token of Stephen Tracey of Great Yarmouth, Williamson 340, Norweb 3349, die axis 6 o'clock, weight 1.08g, c.1653-5

NMS-2E248F TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy farthing token of Thomas Waters of Great Yarmouth, Williamson 349, Norweb 3357, die axis 6 o'clock, weight 1.11g, 1656

NMS-2E1B86 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy farthing token of William Woorts of Great Yarmouth, Williamson 352, Norweb 3360, die axis 6 o'clock, weight 1.17g, c.1650-67

NMS-2DF458 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy farthing token of George Reeve of Norwich, Williamson 190, Norweb 3193, die axis 6 o'clock, weight 0.95g, c.1660s

DEV-2DD7DD HARNESS PENDANT MEDIEVAL

A Medieval copper alloy enamelled heraldic horse harness pendant, probably dating to c. AD 1200-1400. In plan the pendant takes the form of a square topped shield, with a transverse attachment loop projecting from the centre of the top edge. The front of the pendant is inlaid with enamel, although it has been mostly lost and is discoloured to a dark green-black where it survives. Against this uncertain field are two silver (argent) bars, surmounted by three uncertain charges, also silver. The reverse is plain. Traces of iron corrosion survive in the perforation of the attachment loop. Dimensions: Length 43.2mm; width 25.9mm; thickness 7.1mm; weight 11.01g.

NMS-2D8E45 POT ROMAN

Roman ceramic base sherd from a Samian ware vessel, probably a dish or bowl, dating to the period c. AD 120 - 260. Part of the foot ring and the floor of the vessel, projecting at a shallow angle from the top of the foot ring. The fabric is a buff orange colour and is fully oxidised. It is hard and exhibits frequent micaceous inclusions and occasional poorly sorted limestone inclusions. The sherd is heavily abraded, but retains a small amount of lustrous dark orange/red slip. The vessel likely derives from the central Gaulish Lezoux production centre.

HAMP-2D660E HARNESS PENDANT MEDIEVAL

A medieval (1200-1400) copper alloy - and originally gilt or silvered and enamelled - horse harness pendant and pendant suspension mount, now corroded together. Almost all original patina on both pieces is missing but a few sparkly specks of perhaps gilding or silvering are apparent on both. Traces of blue and red enamel are visible on the pendant.The suspension mount has a D-shaped plate 11.2mm wide x 14.1mm long, with two arms projecting from the straight edge. These are D-shaped in profile with a central perforation (2.6mm diameter) which holds a short in situ axis bar. Orange corrosion around the ends suggests this was made of iron. To the reverse of the plate is an integral rivet 4.8x3.9mm in cross-section and projecting 4.5mm. Its total length is 22.2mm.The harness pendant is lozenge-shaped and no trace of decoration is discernible. It measures 42.4mm long, 27.8mm wide and 2.2mm in thickness. The loop extends from the apex, turned through 90 degrees and has a depth of 5.7mm.Together, the set measures 58.5mm in length, 27.8mm in width, 10.0mm in max.depth. It weighs 9.18g.Harness pendants are generally dated from the twelfth to the fourteenth century, with enamelled and heraldic types predominating in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries (Griffiths, 1995 : 62).

NMS-2D6769 MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

Post medieval copper alloy mount dating to the period c. AD 1600 - 1700. Openwork quatrefoil mount, the frame decorated with a series of radiating grooves. On the reverse are two integrally cast pointed lugs. Traces of white metal coating survive.See: NMS-F558DC.

DEV-2D45E6 SOCKETED AXEHEAD BRONZE AGE

An incomplete Late Bronze Age copper alloy socketed axehead, probably dating to c. 1100-800BC. The axehead is largely complete, but with extensive damage to the mouth of the socket. The axehead is sub-rectangular in plan and tapers in profile towarss the cutting edge. A pronounced casting seam runs down either lateral face, creating a shallow sub-hexagonal cross section, The vestigial remains of a probable loop survive on the less complete lateral face. The less abraded broad face is decorated with a series of three slightly converging longitudinal ribs. The cutting edge is flat. The mouth of the socket is expanded into a slightly flaring collar, with two of what was originally four casting sprues present; one at the centre of each surviving side. The socket is sub-rectangular in cross-section, and is 50.8mm deep. Dimensions: length 78.3mm; width 34.2mm; thickness 23.3mm; weight 74.56g.Similar axeheads can be seen published by Knight, Ormrod & Pearce (2014: nos. 54 & 432, amongst others),

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-2D0161 FURNITURE FITTING POST MEDIEVAL

Fragment of post medieval copper alloy furniture escutcheon consisting of an incomplete central plate decorated with four punched annulets arranged around a central keyhold-shaped aperture. On one side is a lobed terminal with a central rivet hole engraved with a simple foliate design. See: DOR-A2D44B, NMS-CC3B63 & NMS-A8E461 which appear to be fragments of a similar style of fitting.

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HAMP-2CDEBA STRAP END EARLY MEDIEVAL

A middle/ late early-medieval (750-1050) copper alloy strap-end of Thomas' Class B Type 1 (or B1), parallel-sided with wedge-shaped split end, stylised zoomorphic terminal and transverse-rib decoration.The split attachment end comprises a top and back plate, each 0.6mm thick, and both have a (presumably decorative) V-shaped nick at the centre of their short edges. Either side of this the edges appear to angle slightly away to the corner. Below and in horizontal alignment with each other are two rivet holes (again on both plates) 1.5mm in diameter. The long edges of the wedge-shaped attachment end are slightly raised behind the join with the main body of the strap end, which is marked by a wide transverse ridge.The shaft is D-shaped in cross-section (being flat to the underside) and undecorated except for a trio of transverse grooves just before the split end and just behind the zoomorphic terminal. It is 4.8mm wide and 2.5mm thick.The stylised zoomorphic terminal narrows slightly from 4.7mm wide across the brow ridge to 4.3mm wide at the snout. The central part is taken up by two moulded triangles, apex-to-apex, longitudinally arranged. A horizontal rib extends from the apex to either edge where angled grooves emphasise a moulded triangle at 90 degrees to the face of the object, extending from the horizontal rib.The underside of the strap-end is undecorated but has a vertical patch of silvery-grey substance, perhaps solder. Otherwise the entire object has a darkish-green, smooth and shiny patina. It measures 40.7mm in length, 7.8mm in max.width (at the attachment end), 2.6mm in max.thickness (at the attachment end) and weighs 3.13g.Thomas comments that this type was introduced in the latter 8th or early 9th century and remained popular until the 11th. It is widely distributed in southern and south-east England and much less frequent north of The Wash.

NMS-2CC3BE WEIGHT MEDIEVAL

Three probably medieval lead weights, both in rather worn condition:- crude plano-convex with central perforation, weighing 15.69g.- crude conical with central perforation, weighing 17.07g.- rectangular (43 x 50 x 10mm), face with crude counter-relief possible assymetrical saltire within border, weighing 179.43 g, 6.3285 oz.13th - 15th century.

NMS-2C7CD6 THIMBLE MEDIEVAL

Late medieval to early post medieval copper alloy thimble dating to the period c. AD 1300 - 1550. It is formed of a single piece of sheet copper alloy, cylindrical with a domed top which now has a jagged circular aperture. The exterior is covered in a series of hand-punched circular pits. A circumferential groove runs around the mouth.Similar thimbles have been dated to the later part of the medieval period (c. AD 1400-1550) by Edwin Holmes (Sewing Thimbles FRG Datasheet 9) and are commonly known as "beehive" thimbles. Egan (1998) illustrates a number of copper alloy thimbles dating from the 14thcentury onwards.See: Egan, G., (1998) The Medieval Household: Daily Living c.1150-c.1450 (Medieval Finds from Excavations in London) London : The Stationery Office.Holmes, E.F., (1988) Sewing Thimbles. Finds Research Group 700-1700 Datasheet 9.

DEV-2C7048 CANDLESTICK MEDIEVAL

An incomplete copper alloy Late-Medieval to Post Medieval candlestick, dating to c.AD 1475-1600. The surviving section comprises of the stick and socket for the candle, the latter damaged and with the seperately made base missing.Both the stick and socket are circular in cross section, with the stick having a central raised collar and flaring into the base and socket. A short circular-sectioned projection expands from the base, whilst one side of the socket has been lost to an old break. The stick appears to have been completely hollow, although the end at the base is blocked by iron corrosion. Overall dimensions: length 110.2mm; maximum diameter (at base of socket) 18.6mm; weight 80.63g.Egan (2005: 81, nos. 337-338) publishes a pair of very similar candle sticks of two different lengths with varying numbers of collars, both excavated in 16th century contexts in London. Brownsword (1985, no. 7) illustrates another similar candlestick which he dates to the late 15th or early 16th centuries. cf. SOM-581B96 on this database.

WAW-2C799E STIRRUP EARLY MEDIEVAL

Early Medieval (11th century) stirrup terminal: The copper alloy terminal is semi-cylindrical and the outer, convex face has moulded decoration whose lower terminal is slightly tapered and rounded. The decoration has a triangular protruding eyes, behind prominent ridges which are the eyes. Behind the eyes there are obliquely undulating grooves. The upper edge is broken, but not recently. On there reverse there are traces of solder.The surface of the terminal is slightly abraded and has a matte mid green colour with traces of a dark brown patina. The terminal measures 36.54mm long, 9.83mm wide, 7.46mm thick and weighs 6.8g.The stirrup terminal is an Anglo-Scandinavian artefact dating to the 11th century (Williams, 1997). This example is similar to those illustrated in Figure 4b (Williams, 1997).Williams, D. 1997 Stirrup Terminals Finds Research Group Datasheet No. 24

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IOW-F06106 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete and very worn post-Medieval copper-alloy double-looped buckle (c. 1500-c. 1650).The pin is missing.This buckle frame is convex at the front and flat at the rear. Each oval loop is similar in size and internally bevelled at the front. The front of both outer edges has transverse grooves. The bar is triangular in cross-section and has a small deposit of iron mid-way along its length. At each end of the bar there is a small knopThe frame is smooth and reddish brown.Length: 35.0mm; width: 25.0mm; thickness: 2.4mm. Weight: 3.99g.Similar buckles have been published and dated c. 1350-c. 1650 AD (Whitehead 2003: 54).Whitehead, R.2003. Buckles 1250-1800. Greenlight Publishing, Witham.

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Tomb of Eumachia

A monumental exedra-type tomb built at the Porta Nocera between ca. A.D 1-30 that served as the tomb for the family of Eumachia.

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IOW-F06D33 KNIFE POST MEDIEVAL

A post-Medieval copper-alloy scale knife stop/end-cap (1500-1600).The end-cap is broadly pentagonal in plan and has two broad flat faces. At the top there are three lobes and on each broad face each lobe has a circular 'blind' hole. On the underside a transverse slot contains the remains of an iron tang.This object is reddish brown.Height: 14.9mm; width: 14.3mm; thickness: 6.2mm. Weight: 5.53g.A similar knife end-cap has been published (Read 2001: 88, ref: 658).Read, B. 2001. Metal Artefacts of Antiquity. Portcullis Publishing. Langport.

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732 (30732)

112 verses indexed by bruce
77 features annotated by bruce

1939 (31939)

143 verses indexed by jjmccollum
24 features annotated by jjmccollum

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211 (30211)

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978 (30978)

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973 (30973)

111 verses indexed by bruce
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May 19, 2018

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-EFF1E4 COIN MEDIEVAL

A possibly clipped Medieval silver long cross cut halfpenny of Henry III (1216-1272), minted at London. Probably Class 5g (1258-1265) although Class 5h (1265-1275) cannot be ruled out (North 1994: 227, refs: 997; 998). Moneyer unknown but based on the surviving legend division it may be either Renaud, Ricard, Robert, Thomas, Walter or Willem.Obverse: [hENR]ICVS [REX III]; Crowned bust facing with sceptre.Reverse: [ ]/[ ]/ONL/VND (ON ND ligated); Voided long cross with three pellets in each quadrant.Diameter: 15.6mm. Weight: 0.57g. DA=12:10.North, J.J. 1994. English Hammered Coinage, Volume I, Early Anglo Saxon to Henry III, c. 600-1272. Spink & Son, London.

IOW-F038C8 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A complete and worn post-Medieval silver halfgroat of Charles I (1625-1649), minted at London. Group D, initial marks: triangle in circle/triangle in circle, 1641-1643 (North 1991: 162, ref: 2258).Obverse: CAROLVS.D.G.M.B.F.ET.H REX; Crowned bust facing left with II (mark of value) behind the head.Reverse: IVSTITIA THRONVM FIRMAT (Justice strengthens the throne); Oval garnished shield.Diameter: 15.6mm. Weight: 0.76g. DA=12:8.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.The coin has been bent to form a 'love-token' and is smoother on the obverse.

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1939 (31939)

95 verses indexed by jjmccollum
18 features annotated by jjmccollum

975 (30975)

127 verses indexed by bruce
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Corrected P.Lips.1, 97 V 5 u.ö. from R. Scholl

Corrected P.Lips.1, 97 V 5 u.ö. from R. Scholl


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Signed-off-by: Andrea Bernini <andrea.bernini82@gmail.com>
Signed-off-by: Lajos Berkes <berkes.lajos@googlemail.com>
Signed-off-by: Georg Schmelz <georg.schmelz@gmx.de>
Signed-off-by: Alain Delattre <adelattr@ulb.ac.be>
Signed-off-by: Anne Boudhors <anne.boudhors@gmail.com>
Signed-off-by: Jenny Cromwell <jenniferacromwell@gmail.com>
Signed-off-by: Tonia Sarri <toniasarri@gmail.com>
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Signed-off-by: Arthur Verhoogt <verhoogt@umich.edu>
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Metadata for BASP 48 (2011) 84

Metadata for BASP 48 (2011) 84


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Room ending in an apse (2nd century AD), perhaps "sacellum" (=chapel) for gladiator divinities or emperor worship - Amphitheater of Pozzuoli / Naples

Carlo Raso has added a photo to the pool:

Room ending in an apse (2nd century AD), perhaps "sacellum" (=chapel) for gladiator divinities or emperor worship - Amphitheater of Pozzuoli / Naples

Probabilmente, i gladiatori, prima del combattimento, si recavano in questo "sacellum" o tempietto, cui si accede direttamente dall'arena dell'anfiteatro di Pozzuoli. Qui trovavano l'immagine di qualche divinità oppure il simulacro dell'imperatore, cui rendevano omaggio.
Il locale presenta sul fondo una piccola abside, tipica degli edifici sacri, ed era rivestito di marmi pregiati sia nel pavimento, sia sulle pareti. Fu realizzato in un secondo momento rispetto alle soprastanti gradinate, forse in concomitanza con i sotterranei, cioè nella prima metà del II secolo d. C.

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Cement mark of the wooden centering of a vault (1st half of 2nd century AD, Trajan and Hadrian age) of Pozzuoli / Naples amphitheater

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Cement mark of the wooden centering of a vault (1st half of 2nd century AD, Trajan and Hadrian age) of Pozzuoli / Naples amphitheater

Le straordinarie capacità della pozzolana nel dar vita a cementi duri e resistenti sono testimoniate dalle volte dei sotterranei dell'anfiteatro di Pozzuoli, databili alla prima metà del II sec. d. C. (età traianea e adrianea), dove si riconoscono perfettamente le impronte degli assi in legno della centina, per realizzare la colatura di cemento e pietrisco in tufo o lapilli, in modo da creare un monoblocco indistruttibile. Addirittura si riconoscono le colature del cemento liquido nelle giunture degli assi.
Analoga tecnica è stata di recente individuata nell'acquedotto romano, più o meno dello stesso periodo, rinvenuto a Napoli, in Via Arena Sanità n° 5, reso fruibile dall' Associazione VerginiSanità

May 18, 2018

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LEIC-F1D89D BROOCH EARLY MEDIEVAL

Head plate and part of bow from an Anglo-Saxon small long brooch. The head has two circular holes 3mm in diameter close to the upper edge. The outer edges of the head are decorated with small punched dots. The brooch is in poor condition, is 35mm long, 23mm wide, 6mm thick and weighs 8.34g.

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LEIC-F1C384 BROOCH EARLY MEDIEVAL

Head plate and part of bow from an Anglo-Saxon small long brooch. The outer edges of the head are decorated with small punched dots. The brooch is in good condition, is 30mm long, 28mm wide, 13mm thick and weighs 7.07g. Note that this is the head from a broken brooch footplate found nearby previously (LEIC-F55EE4).

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1577 (31577)

14 verses indexed by jjmccollum

1578 (31578)

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1581 (31581)

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1584 (31584)

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1586 (31586)

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1600 (31600)

12 verses indexed by jjmccollum

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Metadata for BASP 48 (2011) 47

Metadata for BASP 48 (2011) 47


Signed-off-by: Joshua D. Sosin <joshuad.sosin@gmail.com>
Signed-off-by: James Cowey <james.cowey@urz.uni-heidelberg.de>
Signed-off-by: Rodney Ast <simoeis@gmail.com>
Signed-off-by: Paul Heilporn <paul.heilporn@unistra.fr>
Signed-off-by: Cisca Hoogendijk <ciscahoogendijk@live.nl>
Signed-off-by: Mark Depauw <mark.depauw@arts.kuleuven.be>
Signed-off-by: Alain Delattre <adelattr@ulb.ac.be>

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NMS-EF7076 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Post medieval silver half groat of Elizabeth I dating to the period AD 1592 - 1595 (Third coinage). Tun initial mark. Tower mint. See: North, Vol. II, p. 113, no. 2016.

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SF-EF1B3E COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver hammered penny struck for Edward I, dating c. 1280-1282. Class 4a, mint of London. North 1023.

WAW-EE27EF COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: copper alloy radiate of Gallienus (253-68), dating to 260-68 (Reece period 13), Reverse type, DIANAE CONS AVG depicting stag right.

SF-EE59B9 CLOTH SEAL POST MEDIEVAL

A complete cast lead-alloy cloth seal dating to the Post-Medieval period, c. 1650-1705. It is circular in plan, consisting of two discs attached by a folded connecting strip. One face is illegible but originally would have displayed the length of the cloth in yards. The opposing face bears the inscription; WOR[S]TED [R]EFOR[M]ED in three lines. Preserved in fair condition with an off white patina, it measures 19.89mm in diameter, 3.43mm thick at its midpoint, and weighs 5.85g. This is a cloth seal for the Norwich weavers, being the most common type of cloth seal found in East Anglia and beyond. Egan states that their wide distribution 'attests to a large national and international market for the late seventeenth-century Norfolk worsteds they represent" (Egan 1995: 48).

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

Marble horse of a fragmentary equestrian statue (1st-2nd century AD) at Pozzuoli amphitheatre

Carlo Raso has added a photo to the pool:

Marble horse of a fragmentary equestrian statue (1st-2nd century AD) at Pozzuoli amphitheatre

Giace sotto un'arcata dell'anfiteatro di Pozzuoli. È il frammento di un cavallo in marmo che doveva a suo tempo (I-II sec. d. C.) sorreggere un cavaliere. Ce lo dicono le scalpellature sul dorso, che presuppongono una figura a cavalcioni, come nelle due statue equestri dei Balbo del Museo Archeologico di Napoli provenienti da Ercolano. Anche in questo caso, un grosso tronco di cono reggeva il ventre della bestia, il cui peso non avrebbe potuto scaricarsi sulle tre zampe (la quarta era sollevata). Probabilmente questo straordinario pezzo è stato danneggiato da qualche terremoto della vicina Solfatara, come si trova traccia anche altrove. Il perno in bronzo dev'essere servito per un restauro. Resta la bellezza della muscolatura del cavallo a farci immaginare che cosa doveva essere in età romana

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WAW-EDF958 COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: copper alloy radiate of probably Victorinus (AD 269-71), dating to AD269-71 (Reece Period 13), Possibly INVICTVS, depicting Sol advancing left.

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1677 (31677)

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SF-EDFD76 COIN MEDIEVAL

A very worn silver hammered penny struck for Edward I, probably dating c. 1305-1310. Probably class 10cf, mint of Canterbury.

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SF-EDECAC COIN MEDIEVAL

A worn silver hammered penny struck for Edward I, dating c. 1306-1307. Probably class 10cf3, mint of Canterbury.

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WAW-EDDC61 COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: A copper-alloy nummus of the House of Constantine dating to the period AD348 to 361 (Reece Period 18). FEL TEMP REPARATIO reverse type depicting a soldier spearing a falling horseman. Unknown mint.

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WAW-EDC976 COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: A copper-alloy nummus of the House of Constantine dating to the period AD348 to 361 (Reece Period 18). FEL TEMP REPARATIO reverse type depicting a soldier spearing a falling horseman. Unknown mint. Contemporary copy.

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WAW-EDB655 COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: Copper alloy nummus of Constans, dating to AD 341-6 (Reece Period 17), reverse is VICTORIAE DD AVGGQ NN depicting two Victories, facing each other, each holding a wreath. Mint of Lyon, LRBC No. 152.

SF-EDA19A COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A silver hammered post-medieval halfgroat struck for the Commonwealth, dating c. 1649-1660. North 2728.

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WAW-ED9712 COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: Copper alloy nummus of Constans, dating to AD 341-6 (Reece Period 17), reverse is VICTORIAE DD AVGGQ NN depicting two Victories, facing each other, each holding a wreath. Mint of Trier, LRBC No. 152.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

WILT-EC5C12 SCABBARD POST MEDIEVAL

A copper-alloy post-medieval dagger scabbard chape with pressed decoration. The chape has been squashed and is now 18mm wide and 4.2mm thick. The chape tapers towards the foot which is circular in cross section (6.2mm wide). The chape is decorated with machine pressed decoration consisting of two circumfernetial bands flanking plain sections with foliate deocration below. The band at the top is decorated with punshed stars, the central band is decorated with conjoined pellets with a central dot.The chape is 39.85mm in length, 18mm wide and weighs 4.32 grams.

SF-EC1967 COIN MEDIEVAL

A somewhat worn silver hammered penny struck for Edward III, dating c. 1344-1351. Third 'florin' coinage, mint of London. This fit's into Withers'/North's 'unusual type' C (North 1119), Lombadic 'N's on reverse and reverse-barred on obverse.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

WAW-EBB57B COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: Copper alloy nummus of Constans, dating to AD 341-6 (Reece Period 17), reverse is VICTORIAE DD AVGGQ NN depicting two Victories, facing each other, each holding a wreath. Mint of Trier, LRBC No. 140.

WAW-EB904B COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: commerative nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to 330 and 335. Reece Period 17. Constantinopolis type with Victory on the prow reverse.

WAW-EB7D5A COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: A copper-alloy nummus of the House of Constantine dating to the period AD335 to 341 (Reece Period 17). GLORIA EXERCITVS depicting two soldiers holding one standard. Mint unclear.

WAW-EB4232 COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: A copper-alloy nummus of House of Valentinian dating to the period AD364 to 378 (Reece Period 19). GLORIA ROMANORVM reverse type depicting Emperor holding a standard and dragging a captive. Illegible mint.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Cambyses II

Cambyses II (r. 530-522 BCE) was the second king of the Achaemenid Empire. The Greek historian Herodotus portrays Cambyses as a mad king who committed many acts of sacrilege during his stay in Egypt, including the slaying of the sacred Apis calf. This account, however, appears to have been derived mostly from Egyptian oral tradition and may therefore be biased. Most of the sacrileges attributed to Cambyses...

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The Scratched Voices Begging to be Heard: Graffiti on the walls of Pompeii and Today

Pompeii graffiti offers a glimpse of the real people of Pompeii. Yet, there has been very few databases made of this resource and the ones that have been made are not digital, inaccessible or incomplete. My project is to make a database of graffiti from Pompeii that is the most complete and with known placement is known. For this I will use Victor Hunink’s Oh Happy Place: Pompeii in 1000 graffiti and also my personal survey of graffiti from Pompeii. The database is made within excel, as it is the most user friendly program, can be converted to numerous statistical programs and can be limited to user preferences based on categories, placement and etc., organized by columns with useful headings to organize the placement and other useful information. In order to demonstrate the utility of Pompeii graffiti I will run various statistical tests based on the qualitative graffiti data. In reviewing the database, I separated the graffiti into the categories romantic, sexual, reference, violence, civic, greeting and religious based upon modern graffiti, thus making it more easily interpreted by younger generations. I found various authors demonstrating underrepresented groups in Roman history such as women, children and foreigners. I was able to discern literacy levels of the populus on a scale of 1 to 3, to show the diversity of literacy in Pompeii. Finally, I was able to find correlations of graffiti either spatially, using the known placement of the graffiti, and socio-economically, using Miko Flohr’s database of housing structures and popularity of roadways for public structures. My database will be shared publicly, with the goal of showing the utility of graffiti as a source for examining the Romans, sparking interest in younger generations by relating ancient graffiti to modern graffiti and creating accessibility to Pompeii graffiti as a resource.

Database for The Scratched Voices Begging to be Heard: The Graffiti of Pompeii and Today

Pompeii graffiti offers a glimpse of the real people of Pompeii. Yet, there has been very few databases made of this resource and the ones that have been made are not digital, inaccessible or incomplete. My project is to make a database of graffiti from Pompeii that is the most complete and with known placement is known. For this I will use Victor Hunink’s Oh Happy Place: Pompeii in 1000 graffiti and also my personal survey of graffiti from Pompeii. The database is made within excel, as it is the most user friendly program, can be converted to numerous statistical programs and can be limited to user preferences based on categories, placement and etc., organized by columns with useful headings to organize the placement and other useful information. In order to demonstrate the utility of Pompeii graffiti I will run various statistical tests based on the qualitative graffiti data. In reviewing the database, I separated the graffiti into the categories romantic, sexual, reference, violence, civic, greeting and religious based upon modern graffiti, thus making it more easily interpreted by younger generations. I found various authors demonstrating underrepresented groups in Roman history such as women, children and foreigners. I was able to discern literacy levels of the populus on a scale of 1 to 3, to show the diversity of literacy in Pompeii. Finally, I was able to find correlations of graffiti either spatially, using the known placement of the graffiti, and socio-economically, using Miko Flohr’s database of housing structures and popularity of roadways for public structures. My database will be shared publicly, with the goal of showing the utility of graffiti as a source for examining the Romans, sparking interest in younger generations by relating ancient graffiti to modern graffiti and creating accessibility to Pompeii graffiti as a resource.

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HD076346 (Belgica)

$ pagan]orum(?) pagi Teucoriatis Teucoriatius Securus il[lorum paganorum] / lib(ertus?) et Secundius Primulus antistes d(onum) d(ederunt)

HD076345 (Belgica)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) Marti et Ancamnae e[t] / G[e]nio pagi Vilciatis C(aius) Serotini/us Iustus ex voto posuit

HD076344 (Belgica)

[I(ovi)] O(ptimo) M(aximo) / [&

HD076342 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / deae Mi/nerv(a)e / Vitalini/us Secun/dinus ful/lo d(onum) d(edit)

HD076339 (Germania superior)

Fortunae / deae / ex voto susc(epto) / L(ucius) Gnatius / Mascellio / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD076336 (Germania superior)

LOGABIS(?) Secundius [---?]

HD076335 (Germania superior)

$]CV(?)[---] / [---]VIA[&

HD076330 (Germania superior)

[In hono]rem d(omus) d(ivinae) / [deo Merc]urio et Ro/[smertae Se]cundius / [--- ex] voto pos/[uit laetu]s lib(ens) [m(erito)]

HD076329 (Germania superior)

L(ucius) Vit(---) Ag(---)

HD065764 (Germania superior)

Mando et rogo liber/ta Cerialis ut ea ext[r]a / IPIVTI fac[i]atis ut se plan/gat [--- v]elit se quatmodum(!) / arc(h)igalli se // CO[-]LI sibi settas facia[ti]s / [--]ita me(n)ses duos ut eo/rum ixsitum(!) audiam / [-]d[i]liquescant quatm/{m}odi(!) hoc liquescet [---]

HD065762 (Germania superior)

Minicius / Campanus / Martianus{s} / Armicus / Severum tes/serarium / Cantarum / equitem

HD065757 (Germania superior)

CE(?)[-]conius / Anudrius

HD065541 (Germania superior)

Sic[---]s siccum QVANMI / qu[omo]di hoc liquescet / se[--- sic co]llum membra / me[du]lla peculium / d[e]l[i]ques[ca]nt // eoru(m) quamodum / gallorum angat se / s[ic i]lla aga(t) ut de se / [pr]obant tu dom(i)na es / fac ut X mensibus / exitum illorum / sit

HD061992 (Dalmatia)

Vettia C(ai) fil(ia) Tertullina / v(iva) f(ecit) sibi et Sex(to) Iulio Nostro / marito optimo / h(oc) m(onumentum) h(eredem) n(on) s(equetur)

HD061984 (Dalmatia)

C(aius) Iulius C(ai) l(ibertus) Crescens IIIIIIvir / vivus fecit sibi et / Iuliae Anthusae coniugi / C(aio) Iulio Maximo filio

HD061059 (Dalmatia)

Iovi / Q(uintus) Papinius / Proculus

HD055110 (Tuscia et Umbria)

[Hi]c requie[scit ---] / [---]S Proiectu[s ---] / [---] serv[us ---] / [---]XX d(ies) XX[---] / [---]II vix(it) [---] / [---]V m(enses) [---]

HD054664 (Germania superior)

Mando et rogo / religione ut man/data exagatis Publium Cutium / et Piperionem et // Placida et Sacra / filia eius sic illorum / membra liquescan(t) / quatmodum(!) hoc plum/bum liquescet ut eo/ru(m) exsitum(!) sit

HD042520 (Germania superior)

[D(eo)] I(nvicto) M(ithrae) et S(oli) s(ocio) Argata / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD041856 (Germania superior)

D(eo) [S(oli)] Inv(icto) / L(ucius) Fabi(us) / Anthi(mus?) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito) / med(icus) [coh(ortis)?] IIII(?) / [Vin(delicorum)](?)

HD041730 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Fortioni/us Dubita/tus pro se / et suis pos(u)i/t duobus As/pris co(n)s(ulibus) // v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD040015 (Dalmatia)

Iovi / Valer/ia / Rentina

HD032502 (Germania superior)

Clau[d]iae Acceptae socr(a)e / Iulius Spectatus eq(ues) leg(ionis) XXII prot(ector) / p(ro) p(ietate?) [sua] et Sollemnia Severa filia / [hic corpus? con]diderunt

HD032265 (Germania superior)

Leg(io) VIII Au<g>(usta)

HD029373 (Belgica)

In h(onorem) d(eo) Marti / et Ancamnae / C(aius) Serotinius / Iustus ex voto / posuit

HD028240 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / platiae dex[tr(ae)] c(ives) / [Su]melocene(n)s(es) / vici Grinar(ionis) / maceriam d(e) s(uis) p(osuerunt)

HD025956 (Belgica)

[I]n h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) Marti / et Ancamnae / C(aius) Serotinius / Iustus ex voto / posuit

HD025909 (Dalmatia)

L(ucius) Bodlius L(uci) f(ilius) / Pol(lia) Genialis / Pollent(ia) mil(es) / leg(ionis) XI C(laudiae) p(iae) f(idelis) / |(centuria) Iuli Secundi / ann(orum) XXX stip(endiorum) X / h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD024009 (Germania superior)

A[ram?] / Ap[ollini] / et S[ironae] / P(ublius) V[---]/niu[s ---]/us [---]

HD023057 (Germania superior)

Paterio / cornice(n) Mar(ti) / Cnabetio / vot(um) r(eddidit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B015822

Blänsdorf, J.: Survivances et métamorphoses des cultes orientaux dans l'empire romain.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD022154 (Germania superior)

[Imp(eratori)] Caes(ari) M(arco) Aur(elio) A[ntonino Pio] F[e]lici / [Part(hico)] max(imo) Brit(annico) ma[x(imo) Germ(anico) ma]x(imo) pon(tifici) max(imo) / trib(unicia) pot(estate) XVI imp(eratori) III co(n)[s(uli) IIII proco(n)s(uli) p(atri) p(atriae)] / invictissimo Aug(usto) c[oh(ors) II A]nton[i]niana / Tre(verorum) d<e>v(o)ta ac dicat[a m]ai[esta]ti eius

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B015821

Blänsdorf, J.: The defixiones from the sanctuary of Isis and Mater Magna in Mainz.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD002132 (Belgica)

[I]n h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) Marti / et Ancamnae / C(aius) Serotinius / Iustus ex voto / posuit

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B015185

Pfahl, S.F.: Instrumenta Latina et Graeca Inscripta des Limesgebietes von 200 v. Chr. bis 600 n. Chr.

May 17, 2018

New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room: Recent Additions

1939 (31939)

21 verses indexed by jjmccollum
5 features annotated by jjmccollum

941 (30941)

240 verses indexed by gmbarnhill

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

WMID-D97F7B TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A lead alloy token of later medieval to post-medieval date, circa (AD 1400-1800). The token is circular in plan. The obverse depicts two eyes that are round and sunken. Below is an incision to represent the nose and then mouth (Powell Type 10, heads and busts) The reverse face is flat and un-decorated. The token has a cream to grey coloured patina across all surfaces and areas of abrasion.Lead tokens had a wide variety of potential uses such as use as tallies, gaming pieces, tickets, weights, etc. and are believed to have been locally produced; they are therefore difficult to date precisely. Those carrying initials are generally deemed to be Post Medieval in date (1500-1850 AD), those which seem to mimic Medieval penny designs are deemed to be Medieval, the remainder which carry stylised designs remain difficult to date but the majority are probably Post Medieval in date c.1500-1800. Powell (2012) comments that Type 1, 31, and 3 are designs which were commonly made stock and occur in large quantities, dating to the late 16th to mid 19th centuries.The token measures 16.8 mm diameter, is 4 mm thick and weighs 6.1 grams.

WMID-D943F1 SPINDLE WHORL UNKNOWN

A complete lead or lead alloy flat spindle whorl, of Roman to Post Medieval dating (AD 43 - AD 1650).The spindle whorl is sub circular in shape, and rectangular in cross section. The central hole is sub circular in shape and has an internal diameter measuring 6.4 mm wide. Both faces are flat and undecorated. The whorl has a diameter of 23.4 mm and is 6.8 mmthick. It weighs 20.2 grams. The whorl is of a light cream colour, with an even surface patina. Abrasion, caused by movement whilst within the plough soil, has resulted in a loss of some of the original surface detail.Spindle whorls, as an artefact type, can be hard to date accurately as they remained in use for a long period of time.Fine threads such as silk require a lighter whorl than those used to spun wool or linen.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NLM-D7E413 SEAL MATRIX MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy seal matrix. Cast circular stamp with a U-shaped suspension lug with drilled hole projecting from its back at the edge. A central motif comprises a facing stag's head with cross pattee between its antlers. A circumferential motif reads: S'THOME FIL' SIMONE, The seal of Thomas son of Simon. The stag appears in the very similar legends of St Eustace and St. Hubert. In these tales, which were widely popular in the later Middle Ages, the protagonist, hunting on the Sabbath, encounters a stag with a crucifix between its antlers, a sign which prompts him to his path of sanctity. The emblem also appears imprinted on two small lead offcuts from Winteringham and Winterton, North Lincolnshire; in both cases, with the motto LESV meaning I am loyal.Suggested date: Medieval, 1275-1375Diameter: 22.1mm, Thickness (clear of loop): 2.9mm, Weight: 5.89gms

NLM-D75B7B UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy unidentified object. A concavo-convex domed object, in its form resembling a thimble. The surface is divided into a plain foot ring, possibly with a wide [2.7mm] internal flat base partially surviving; a continuous series of semi-circular features at the base of compartments defined by vertical ribs and parallel lines of squares; and a top with closely spaced rays which broaden as they pass from a central origin. Two opposed and larger compartments on the wall of the object both include a device resembling a cockle shell from which a curl and three comma-shaped features depend. There is extensive gilding of the outer surfaces, and the negative impression of the features described above within the object. Lightly squashed. Suggested date: Post-Medieval, 1500-1700.Height: 21.2mm, Width (as found): 23mm, Thickness (wall): 0.5mm, Weight: 3.35gms

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SOM-D9BE02 COIN ROMAN

A Copper alloy roman contemporary copy of a nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to c. AD 330-402. Uncertain reverse type and mint.

NMS-D9BAFB COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Post medieval silver penny of Elizabeth I dating to the period AD 1558 - 1603. Uncertain initial mark. Tower mint.

NMS-D986BD COIN MEDIEVAL

Worn medieval silver penny of Edward I dating to the period c. AD 1305 - 1310. Mint of Canterbury. See: North, Vol. II, p. 24, nos. 1040 - 1043.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SOM-D97B0A COIN ROMAN

A Copper alloy roman contemporary copy of a nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to c. AD 353-361 (Reece Period 18). FEL TEMP REPARATIO reverse type, depicting a soldier advancing left spearing a fallen horseman.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Motte and Bailey Castle

The motte and bailey castle was an early form of medieval fortification especially popular with the Normans in northern France and Britain during the 11th century CE. A single tower was built on (or partially within) the motte or earth mound while a courtyard area or bailey at the base was protected by a wooden palisade and an encircling outer ditch. Relatively quick to build, the height of the mound...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SOM-D94621 COIN ROMAN

A Copper alloy roman nummus of Constantius II (AD 337-361), dating to AD 353-360 (Reece Period 18). FEL TEMP REPARATIO reverse type, depicting a soldier advancing left spearing a fallen horseman. Mint of Lugdunum.

NMS-D8F64D FINGER RING ROMAN

Fragment of copper alloy finger ring. The ring lacks extant diagnostic features; it is possibly Medieval, but more probably Roman. Oval blind empty bezel now missing its mount, from broad shoulders adjoining the bezel it tapers to a broken D-section hoop. The width at the break is approximately 1mm. Cf. BERK-0BC466 and SF-0532E7. Circa AD50-300.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SOM-D8A984 COIN ROMAN

A Copper alloy roman nummus of Magnentius (AD 350-353), dating to AD 351-353 (Reece period 18). VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAES reverse type, depicting two vistories holding a wreath inscribed VOT/ V/ MVLT/ X. Uncertain mint.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Porta Leoni

A Republican gate of Verona dedicated by P. Valerius, Q. Caecilius, Q. Servilius and P. Cornelius.

OSM location of Porta Leoni

Representative location derived from OpenStreetMap.

Temple B

A temple vowed by Q. Lutatius Catulus at the battle of Vercellae (30 June, 101 B.C.). The sanctuary is a tholos-type temple and was sometimes referred to as 'aedes Catuli'.

OSM location of so-called "Temple B"

A temple vowed by Q. Lutatius Catulus at the battle of Vercellae (30 June, 101 B.C.). The sanctuary is a tholos-type temple and was sometimes referred to as 'aedes Catuli'. Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Roman amphitheater at Casinum

The Roman amphitheater at Casinum was built thanks to the patronage of Ummidia Quadratilla in the first century.

OSM location of Roman amphitheater

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-D7F425 BROOCH ROMAN

Fragment of copper alloy Colchester derivative rearhook Roman Brooch. Only the head, part of the bow and wings are extant, the remainder is missing from old and worn breaks. The wings are semi-circular in section and are decorated with narrow reel and bead. The bow remnant has a broad curved taper into the wings and is sub-D-shape in section, with an upper medial ridge, the head end is flattened where it terminates in a stubby remnant of a forward facing hook. Circa AD43-65.

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Roman amphitheater at Viminacium

The Roman amphitheater at Viminacium could accommodate roughly 12,000 spectators.

OSM location of Roman amphitheater

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Columbarium of the freedmen of Augustus

An early imperial columbarium tomb on the Via Appia.

OSM location of Colombario dei Liberti di Augusto

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Pago Triopio

The Pago Triopio is a monumentalized area located near the mausoleum of Caecilia Metalla between the second and fourth mile of the Via Appia. The residence of Herodes Atticus was located here.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SOM-D87A37 COIN ROMAN

A Copper alloy roman nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to AD 330-335 (Reece period 17). VRBS ROMA type, depicting a wolf and two twins with two stars above. Trier mint.

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OSM location of Roman amphitheater

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Roman amphitheater at Tolosa

The Roman amphitheater at Purpan-Ancely dates ca. A.D. 40 and is the only significant Roman architecture to survive from ancient Tolosa.

Pastscape location of quarry site

Approximate coordinates of the Roman quarry based on Pastscape Monument no. 12616.

Coombe Crag Roman Quarry

Evidence of Roman quarrying activity was discovered at Coombe Crag, a site some 350 meters south of the line of Hadrian's Wall. The quarry was used as a source of building materials for the Wall and at least eight inscriptions were identified on the sandstone cliff.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SOM-D86163 COIN ROMAN

A Copper alloy roman contemporary copy of a nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to AD 330-335 (Reece period 17). Imitating the Constantinopolis type, depicting victory advancing left on prow.

SOM-D84622 COIN ROMAN

A Copper alloy roman nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to AD 330-335 (Reece period 17). Constantinopolis type, depicting victory advancing left on prow. Uncertain mint.

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Horomos

Armenian monastery constructed in the 10th century CE.

OSM location of the Monastery of Horomos

Polygron representing the central monastic complex of Horomos, derived from an OpenStreetMap Way.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-D85334 BLADE MESOLITHIC

Mesolithic to Neolithic blade dating to the period c. 8000 - 3500 BC. Secondary flake, <2% cortex remaining, the bulb of percussion is low, with faint conchoidal ripples running down the blade. The dorsal face exhibits three parallel longitudianl flake scars from previous flake removal. One mesal edge exhibits continuous, abrupt, scaled retouch. Light brown-grey flint with banded grey inclusion.

LANCUM-D834A1 KNIFE POST MEDIEVAL

Copper-alloy object of uncertain function, possibly a cap from the handle of a post-medieval to modern knife or dagger, c. 1500 - 1900 AD. The object is oval in plan and trapezoid in section. The bottom face is completely flat, while the sides angle towards each other and curve inwards slightly at the top. There is a central aperture which is rectangular on the upper face and oval on the under face, running along the length of the object. The rectangular edge of the aperture is bent and uneven, while the oval edge is crisp and sharp. The upper surface seems to have been coated with some protective substance post-retrieval and is dark green and shiny. The under surface appears unmodified and is a pale green-brown. The surface and edges of the object are worn and chipped. The object is 31.0mm in length, 27.0mm in width and 8.0mm at maximum thickness. It weighs 24.45g. This object shares some similarity to late and post-medieval knife or dagger pommels such as KENT-26984C and NARC-54F42D, especially in the central aperture for the tang. Yet, these tend to be hollow and spherical in shape. If knife related, the central aperture suggests an earlier rather than a later date as modern knives tend to have screw tangs (Pers. Comm., Edward Wood). Identification in this case must therefore remain uncertain.

SF-D80848 COIN MEDIEVAL

A very worn and clipped silver hammered halfpenny struck for Henry III, dating c. 1250-1272. Probably class 4 or 5, moneyer Willem at uncertain mint. Most details illegible due to wear.

SOM-D7E6C3 COIN ROMAN

A Copper alloy roman nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to AD 318-324 (Reece period 16). BEATA TRANQVILLITAS reverse type, depicting a globe on altar inscribed VOT/IS/XX. Uncertain mint.

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SF-D7DF53 COIN MEDIEVAL

A worn silver hammered halfpenny struck for Edward III, dating c. 1344-1351. Third 'Florin' coinage, Withers' type 7, mint of London. North 1131.

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Apa Phoibammon, Mon.

The seventh century monastery of St. Phoibammon was built on the upper terrace of the temple of Hatshepsut at Deir el-Bahri.

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Medieval Castle

Medieval castles were built from the 11th century CE for rulers to demonstrate their wealth and power to the local populace, to provide a place of defence and safe retreat in the case of attack, defend strategically important sites like river crossings, passages through hills, mountains and frontiers, and as a place of residence. Whether a permanent home for a local lord or a temporary one for a ruler embarking...

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Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD076343 (Germania superior)

Data nomina haec / ad inferos // Ian[u]a(?)[---]IIIN[---] / [---]MVI[---]IRIA[---] / BIS(?)[---]A[---]T / A[---]T[---]

HD076333 (Germania superior)

[---] MamA(?)[---]

HD076332 (Germania superior)

[---] Maxim[---]

HD076331 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) // d(eabus) Nymphis / vicani Al/tiaienses aram posuer(unt) / cura Octoni / Terti et Castoni / Cassi X K(alendas) Dec(embres) // Maximo et Aeliano co(n)s(ulibus)

HD073947 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Iulius Ma/rinus / b(ene)f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) v(otum) s(olvit) / l(ibens) m(erito)

HD072708 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Iun(oni) Reginae Mine(rvae) / Marti Vict(oriae) Genio / loci et Geniis prae/sidium M(arcus) A(urelius) Iul(ius) Su/per b(ene)f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) pro se / et suis v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito) Id(ibus) / Iul(iis) Imp(eratore) d(omino) n(ostro) Antoni(no) IIII et Balb(ino) / co(n)s(ulibus)

HD072707 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / et Iunoni [---] / T(itus) Fl(avius) Victor / [b(ene)f(iciarius) co(n)]s(ularis) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD072706 (Germania superior)

$] / [D]ec(i)m[us] / b(ene)f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD072705 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Sitto/nius / Matern/us b(ene)f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD072704 (Germania superior)

$] / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD072703 (Germania superior)

$] / C(aius) Anteniu[s] / Merca[t]or / b(ene)f(icarius) co(n)s(ularis) [aqu]am / perdux(it) sibi et col(legiis) suis

HD072702 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / C(aius) Iulius / Avitus / b(ene)f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) / Cl(audia) Cemenel(o)

HD072701 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / et Genio lo/ci L(ucius) Augus/tinius / Hibernus / b(ene)f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito) / Aproniano / et Bradua co(n)s(ulibus)

HD072700 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / diis(!) deabus/que omnib/us Fortun(a)e / Reduci et Ge/nio loci Ner/tinius Festus / m(iles) l(egionis) VIII Aug(ustae) b(ene)f(iciarius) / co(n)s(ularis) pro salute / sua suorumq(ue) posuit / Idib(us) Ianuar(iis) Iuliano et Crisp(ino) co(n)s(ulibus)

HD072619 (Raetia)

T(urma) Bassi Rufus // T(urma) Muti / Trivisii // T(urma) |(centurionis?) Rudend(i)(?) / Patruini // T(urma) Vic(toris) Mode(sti?) // T(urma) Ter(ti) Peroni // T(urma) Sent(i) / Iuli

HD054777 (Germania superior)

Dea(e) Sul(i) / Attonius / Lucanu[s]

HD036515 (Germania superior)

[Iu]no // Mercurius // Hercu[l]es // Fortuna

HD027277 (Germania superior)

[Leg(io)?] XII victr(ix)

HD024943 (Germania superior)

Potitus Fusci adve[rsarius](?) / Ivisum Valli Marullum / Pusionis Maxsumus(!) Priuni / [Ne]rvinum(?) Paterni Matu/rum Suavis Turicum Ma/cri Sulpicium Secundani / [---] Prudentem Solve(n)di / Mensor Marulli Novim[arum?] / Marulli s[ervo]s(!) Secunda[m](?) / [---]ES[---] litis va[nus?] est datur

HD024088 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Maiori/us Urbic/us v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD024012 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Misionius / Victor Car/mani Lugunnesi / Cassi Martialis / de suo pos(u)it / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD024006 (Germania superior)

Apollin[i] / et S[i]rona[e] / [-]IGEN[---]I[---]I[---]/[---]IOI[&

HD024003 (Germania superior)

[C]um sua (a)ede // Apollini / deo Demio/nco Pri/mius Po/ppillus / [v(otum)] s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD024000 (Germania superior)

Apollini Gran/no Martius / Senopatius / Novellus de/dicavit XV K(alendas) Sep(tembres) / Pisone et Iuliano / co(n)s(ulibus)

HD021407 (Germania superior)

[I(n)] h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) d(eo) Marti Bivi[is] / Q(uintus) Varius Iuvenis [v(otum)] / s(olvit) [l(ibens)]

HD016201 (Raetia)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) Luc(io)(!) Aur(elio) Antoni(n)o / Aug(usto) [[Commodo]] Armen(iaco)(!) Parth(ico)(!) / Germ(a)n(ico) Sarm(atico) trib(unicia) pot(estate) VI co(nsuli) III p(atri) p(atriae) / Spicio Ceriale leg(ato) Aug(usti) pr(o) pr(aetore) vex(illarii) / leg(ionis) III Ital(icae) vallum fece(runt) c(uram) a(gente) Iul(io) / Iul(l)ino(?) c(enturione) leg(ionis) III Ital(icae) item portas cum / turrib(us) IIII perfec(tas) ab Ael(io) Forte c(enturione) / leg(ionis) III Ital(icae) praep(osito) c[o]h(ortis) I Br(eucorum) Imp(eratore) III Bur[ro co(n)s(ulibus)]

HD010751 (Germania superior)

Ponis aut pidico(!) te

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F038066

Phorbantia, bei / Levanzo, bei ; AE: 2012, 0633; 2012, 0635.; other literature: J.R.W. Prag, JRA 27, 2014, 33-59; fig. 9 u. 10.

F038065

Phorbantia, bei / Levanzo, bei ; AE: 2012, 0633; 2012, 0635.; other literature: J.R.W. Prag, JRA 27, 2014, 33-59; fig. 9 u. 10.

F038064

Nemus Dianae / Nemi ; other literature: F. Poulsen, Catalogue of ancient sculpture in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (København 1951) 356-357, Nr. 506.

F038063

Roma / Roma ; CIL: 06, 20667.; other literature: F. Poulsen, Catalogue of ancient sculpture in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (København 1951) 569-570, Nr. 797; D.E.E. Kleiner, Roman imperial funerary altars with portraits (Roma 1987), 180-181, Nr. 56; Pl. 35,2-3; J. Stubbe Østergaard - C. Grønne - J. Lund, Catalogue Imperial Rome NY Carlsberg Glyptotek 1 (København 1996) 42-43, Nr. 13; Foto.

F038062

Aquileia / Aquileia ; AE: 1993, 0749.; other literature: H. Pflug, Römische Porträtstelen in Oberitalien (Main am Rhein 1989) 191, Nr. 87; Taf. 20,2.

F038061

Roma / Roma ; CIL: 06, 02166.; other literature: F. Poulsen, Catalogue of ancient sculpture in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (København 1951) 573-574, Nr. 802; J. Stubbe Østergaard - C. Grønne - J. Lund, Catalogue Imperial Rome NY Carlsberg Glyptotek 1 (København 1996) 55-56, Nr. 21; Fotos.

F038060

Roma / Roma ; CIL: 06, 15503.; other literature: F. Poulsen, Catalogue of ancient sculpture in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (København 1951) 575, Nr. 806; J. Stubbe Østergaard - C. Grønne - J. Lund, Catalogue Imperial Rome NY Carlsberg Glyptotek 1 (København 1996) 57, Nr. 22; Fotos.

F038059

Ostia / Ostia ; CIL: 14, 00896.; other literature: F. Poulsen, Catalogue of ancient sculpture in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (København 1951) 574, Nr. 803; J. Stubbe Østergaard - C. Grønne - J. Lund, Catalogue Imperial Rome NY Carlsberg Glyptotek 1 (København 1996) 60, Nr. 24; Foto.

F038058

Ostia / Ostia ; CIL: 14, 01770.; other literature: F. Poulsen, Catalogue of ancient sculpture in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (København 1951) 575, Nr. 805; J. Stubbe Østergaard - C. Grønne - J. Lund, Catalogue Imperial Rome NY Carlsberg Glyptotek 1 (København 1996) 59, Nr. 23; Foto.

F038057

Ostia / Ostia ; CIL: 14, 01770.; other literature: F. Poulsen, Catalogue of ancient sculpture in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (København 1951) 575, Nr. 805; J. Stubbe Østergaard - C. Grønne - J. Lund, Catalogue Imperial Rome NY Carlsberg Glyptotek 1 (København 1996) 59, Nr. 23; Foto.

F038056

Roma / Roma ; other literature: F. Poulsen, Catalogue of ancient sculpture in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (København 1951) 568, Nr. 795; EphEp 9, p. 482 n. 934.

F038055

Roma / Roma ; other literature: F. Poulsen, Catalogue of ancient sculpture in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (København 1951) 568, Nr. 795; EphEp 9, p. 482 n. 934.

F038054

Roma / Roma ; other literature: F. Poulsen, Catalogue of ancient sculpture in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (København 1951) 568, Nr. 795; EphEp 9, p. 482 n. 934.

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B015820

Hettner, F.: Bericht über die Thätigkeit der Reichslimeskommission von Ende November 1896 bis Ende Dezember 1897.

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F038053

Roma / Roma ; other literature: F. Poulsen, Catalogue of ancient sculpture in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (København 1951) 568, Nr. 795; EphEp 9, p. 482 n. 934.

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B015819

Pallat, L.: 166. Holzhausen a. d. Haide [Kastell.].

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F038052

Roma / Roma ; other literature: F. Poulsen, Catalogue of ancient sculpture in the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (København 1951) 568, Nr. 795; EphEp 9, p. 482 n. 934.

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B015818

Schucany, C. u. a.: Schmiede - Heiligtum - Wasermühle. Cham-Hadendorn (Kanton Zug) in römischer Zeit; Grabungen 1944/45 und 2003/04.

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F038020

Roma / Roma ; CIL: 06, 15543.; other literature: J. Stubbe Østergaard - C. Grønne - J. Lund, Catalogue Imperial Rome NY Carlsberg Glyptotek 1 (København 1996) 38-39, Nr. 9; Foto.

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B015817

Bucher, A.: Leben und Sterben im römischen Sursee.

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F038019

Roma / Roma ; CIL: 06, 15543.; other literature: J. Stubbe Østergaard - C. Grønne - J. Lund, Catalogue Imperial Rome NY Carlsberg Glyptotek 1 (København 1996) 38-39, Nr. 9; Foto.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B015799

Bartels, J. - Hächler, N. - Aberson, M. - Frei-Stolba, R. - Kolb, A.: Epigraphica Helvetica. A: Publikationen zu in der Schweiz gefundenen Inschriften der Jahre 2013-2014.

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F038018

Sidon? / Sidon? ; other literature: P.B. Rawson, The myth of Marsia in the roman visual art (Oxford 1987) 179-180; fig. 55; J. Stubbe Østergaard - C. Grønne - J. Lund, Catalogue Imperial Rome 1 (København 1996) 82-84; Foto.

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B015551

Künzl, E.: Germania Superior. Alzey und Umgebung.

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F038017

Sidon? / Sidon? ; other literature: P.B. Rawson, The myth of Marsia in the roman visual art (Oxford 1987) 179-180; fig. 55; J. Stubbe Østergaard - C. Grønne - J. Lund, Catalogue Imperial Rome 1 (København 1996) 82-84; Foto.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B014176

Blänsdorf, J.: Die Defixionum tabellae des Mainzer Isis- und Mater Magna-Heiligtums.

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F038009

Nemus Dianae / Nemi ; CIL: 14, 02220.; other literature: J. Stubbe Østergaard - C. Grønne - J. Lund, Catalogue Imperial Rome NY Carlsberg Glyptotek 1 (København 1996) 129-131, Nr. 55; Foto.

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B000339

Dietz, K.: Kastellum Sablonetum und der Ausbau des rätischen Limes unter Kaiser Commodus.

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F038008

Nemus Dianae / Nemi ; CIL: 14, 02220.; other literature: J. Stubbe Østergaard - C. Grønne - J. Lund, Catalogue Imperial Rome NY Carlsberg Glyptotek 1 (København 1996) 129-131, Nr. 55; Foto.

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B000017

Kropp, A.: Defixiones. Ein aktuelles Corpus lateinischer Fluchtafeln.

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F038007

Nemus Dianae / Nemi ; CIL: 14, 02220.; other literature: J. Stubbe Østergaard - C. Grønne - J. Lund, Catalogue Imperial Rome NY Carlsberg Glyptotek 1 (København 1996) 129-131, Nr. 55; Foto.

F027099

Altiaia / Alzey ; CIL: 13, 06263.; other literature: E. Künzl, Germania superior. Alzey und Umgebung. CSIR Deutschland 2, 1 (Bonn 1975) 33-34, Nr. 21; Taf. 41, 21.

F025098

Altiaia / Alzey ; CIL: 13, 06263.; other literature: E. Künzl, Germania superior. Alzey und Umgebung. CSIR Deutschland 2, 1 (Bonn 1975) 33-34, Nr. 21; Taf. 41, 21.

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Valley of the Kings

A valley in Egypt where Pharaonic burials took place from the sixteenth to the eleventh centuries B.C. (Eighteenth to the Twentieth Dynasties).

Diospolis Magna/Thebai

Diospolis Magna/Thebai was known in ancient Egypt as Waset, "City of the Sceptre". The site was designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979.

Al-'Assāsīf

Necropolis on the West Bank of the Nile near Thebes containing tombs from the 18th, 25th, and 26th dynasties.

OSM location of Al-'Assāsīf

Representative location derived from OpenStreetMap.

New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room: Recent Additions

732 (30732)

58 verses indexed by bruce
42 features annotated by bruce

tDar: The Digital Archaeological Record

MPLP (2007) - Life on A-Spear in the 13th and 14th Centuries

The Mogollon Prehistoric Landscapes Project, co-directed by Drs. Margaret Nelson and Karen Schollmeyer from 2007-2013 (with Dr. Steve Swanson as a co-director in 2007-2008). MPLP built upon earlier work by Nelson and Dr. Michelle Hegmon as part of the Eastern Mimbres Archaeological Project (EMAP). The project is based in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University and the collections are housed at ASU's Center for Archaeology and Society. MPLP focuses on understanding social connections and land use during the Postclassic period (A.D. 1130-1400+) in the Mimbres area of the Mogollon region in southwest New Mexico

MPLP (2008) - Report of the 2007 Survey

The Mogollon Prehistoric Landscapes Project, co-directed by Drs. Margaret Nelson and Karen Schollmeyer from 2007-2013 (with Dr. Steve Swanson as a co-director in 2007-2008). MPLP built upon earlier work by Nelson and Dr. Michelle Hegmon as part of the Eastern Mimbres Archaeological Project (EMAP). The project is based in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University and the collections are housed at ASU's Center for Archaeology and Society. MPLP focuses on understanding social connections and land use during the Postclassic period (A.D. 1130-1400+) in the Mimbres area of the Mogollon region in southwest New Mexico.

MPLP (2005) - Pithouse Period Occupations in the Eastern Mimbres Area: A Pilot Study on the A-Spear and Ladder Ranches

In summer 2005 the authors conducted a pilot study focused on gaining a better understanding of the intensity and duration of prehistoric occupation during the Pithouse Periods (A.D. 200-1000) in the eastern Mimbres area. Previous surveys identified a number of locations as pithouse sites or potential pithouse sites, but comparatively little data has been collected regarding site sizes or temporal periods represented at these locations. This information is critical for understanding ecological and social processes affecting subsequent Classic Mimbres and Reorganization Phase occupation and land use in the eastern Mimbres, as well as for comparing occupations in the area with other branches of the northern Mogollon culture.

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Memnon Colossi

Two seated, colossal statues of the Pharaoh Amenhotep III at a site on the west bank of the Nile river.

Medinet Habu

The New Kingdom mortuary temple of Ramesses III at Medinet Habu, on the West bank of the Nile near Luxor.

Deir el-Medina

The workers' village of the artisans who worked on the tombs in the Valley of the Kings.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SF-C5C600 COIN MEDIEVAL

A somewhat worn silver hammered penny struck for Edward II, dating c. 1310-1314. Class 11b, mint of London.

DEV-C5B8CF WEIGHT EARLY MEDIEVAL

An early Medieval lead-filled copper alloy pan weight, probably dating to c. AD 950-1150. The weight consists of a lead-filled copper alloy sheath; it is circular in plan, with either face decorated with an openwork saltire of two opposing arches. The arches are further elaborated with an incised line following the arc, with the two lines joined at the centre by two further incised transverse lines, creating a central sub-square field, possibly intended as a rudimentary union knot. The weight is sub-rectangular in cross-section with rounded edges, and the lateral face is plain.Dimensions: diameter 28.8mm; thickness 10.3mm; weight 46.50g.This weight can be compared to openwork pan weights excavated in Winchester in 11th century contexts (Biddle 1990: 918, nos. 3192 & 3195), a further lead pan weight with a copper alloy sheath, although less decorative, was excavated in an early 13th century context at York, where it was interpretted as residual (Ottoway & Rogers 2002: 2953-2954, no. 15289). A number of similar weights have also been recorded on this database, cf. NMS-2FB546, HAMP-EEBC91 and SUR-14DD44.

SF-C53EB8 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy nummus struck for Constantius II as Caesar, dating to c. AD 337-340. Reece period 17. Reverse: GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers standing either side of a single standard. Mint of Trier. C.f RIC vol. VIII, p. 144, no. 82.

SF-C50675 COIN ROMAN

A worn small module nummus copying an issue of the House of Constantine, dating to c. AD 330-340. Reece period 17. Reverse: copying CONSTANTINOPOLIS commemorative issue, no legend- Victory left on prow holding spear and shield. Prototype mint uncertain.

SF-C4CBD1 COIN ROMAN

A worn copper-alloy radiate struck for Victorinus (AD 269-271) dating to AD 269-271. Reece Period 13. Reverse: PAX AVG, Pax standing left holding palm. Gaul Mint I. Cunetio p. 149, no. 2530. Normanby 1406.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Yin and Yang

The principle of Yin and Yang is that all things exist as inseparable and contradictory opposites, for example, female-male, dark-light and old-young. The principle, dating from the 3rd century BCE or even earlier, is a fundamental concept in Chinese philosophy and culture in general. The two opposites of Yin and Yang attract and complement each other and, as their symbol illustrates, each side...

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Kydonia

An ancient settlement on Crete inhabited since the Neolithic period, Kydonia has been a major center of Minoan, Greek, and Byzantine civilization.

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WAW-C4BA5C COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: copper alloy radiates of an unknown Emperor (Reece period 13 or 14), but dating to 260 to 296. Reverse type not visible. Mint not visible.

WAW-C3B84C COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: copper alloy radiates of an unknown Emperor (Reece period 13 or 14), but dating to 260 to 296. Reverse type not visible. Mint not visible.

SF-C4680D COIN ROMAN

A corroded copper-alloy nummus struck for Constans (AD 337-350) dating to c. AD 347-348. Reece period 17. Reverse: VICTORIAE DD AVGG Q NN, two Victories facing each other holding wreaths, leaf inbetween. Mint of Trier. LRBC no. 140. C.f SOM-454E63.

SF-C44EBA COIN ROMAN

A corroded copper-alloy nummus struck for Constans (AD 337-350) dating to c. AD 347-348. Reece period 17. Reverse: VICTORIAE DD AVGG Q NN, two Victories facing each other holding wreaths, leaf inbetween. Mint of Trier. LRBC no. 140. C.f SOM-454E63.

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DEV-C40A15 VESSEL POST MEDIEVAL

A Medieval to Post Medieval copper alloy vessel foot, probably dating to c. AD 1200-1700. The foot is sub-trapezoidal in cross section, with the front, broad, face cast into three parallel longitudinal ribs and a central longitudinal ridge on the reverse. The underside is slightly concave and shows signs of sooting.Dimensions: length 43.0mm; width 52.3mm; thickness 15.3mm; weight 106.23gThis is an example of Butler, Green and Payne's type A, which they suggest was in use throughout the medieval period and into the 17th century.

LON-C154AD TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A complete English Post-Medieval copper-alloy farthing trade token, issued Thomas Adams in Windsor, dated AD 1652. Williamson (1889:40 no.163)Obverse: THOMAS . ADAMES = T . I . AReverse: AT . WINDSOR . 1652 = The Tallowchandlers' ArmsDimensions: diameter: 15.78mm; weight: 1.08g.Reference: Williamson, G. C. 1891. Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century Vol. I. Elliot Stock: London.Copper alloy trade tokens were first struck in 1648. In 1656 half penny tokens were introduced. 1674 by Royal decree production of trade tokens ceased. Pers comm Verity Anthony

LON-C137ED TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A complete English Post-Medieval copper-alloy farthing trade token. Williamson (1889:368 no.306)Obverse: AT . THE . SWANE = A SwanReverse: IN . GRAVES . END = A . M . WDimensions: diameter: 15.94mm; weight: 0.62g.Reference: Williamson, G. C. 1891. Trade Tokens Issued in the Seventeenth Century Vol. I. Elliot Stock: London.Copper alloy trade tokens were first struck in 1648. In 1656 half penny tokens were introduced. 1674 by Royal decree production of trade tokens ceased. Pers comm Verity Anthony

WAW-C39584 COIN HOARD POST MEDIEVAL

Post Medieval coin: silver shilling of Charles I (1625 - 1649). (North 2216 - 2234). Initial mark unknown. Probably mint of London (Tower). 3.38g.Post-medieval coin: silver shilling of Elizabeth I (AD 1558-1603) dating to AD 1559-1603. Mint of London. The coin has been heavily clipped. 2.55g.

DEV-C3AD9B CHISEL BRONZE AGE

A Late Bronze Age copper alloy tanged chisel, probably dating to c. 1150-800 BC. The chisel survives complete, although the tang has been damaged, and is now bent at 45 degrees to the plane. The tang is rectangular in cross section, tapering to a point in profile and with a sub-rectangular end in plan, with the remains of casting seems running down either lateral face, particularly prominent at the interstice with the collar. The latter is elaborated, and oval in cross section, with concave sides and an expanded upper edge. The blade projects from below the less pronounced lower edge of the collar, exapanding into a crescentic cutting edge in plan, whist tapering to a point in profile. The lateral faces are faceted, creating a shallow, sub-hexagonal cross section. The blade is undecorated.Dimensions: length 85.9mm; width of tang at mid point c. 6.0mm; width of collar 11.4mm; width of cutting edge 27.9mm; maximum thickness (at collar) 9.6mm; weight 27.68g.A similar tanged chisel was found in association with a large amount of Late Bronze Age material as part of a probable Early Iron Age hoard at Gussage St. Michael, Dorset (Knight, Ormrod & Pearce 2015: 51, no. 250b). Another similar example, from Kingston, Dorset, is published by Pearce (1984: 476, no. 416a), from a site which has also produced Late Bronze Age pottery. Numerous similar chisels are also recorded onto this database, but cf. WILT-CDB685, which is particularly similar.

SF-C37A38 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A copper-alloy Post-Medieval farthing token issued by the town of Lowestoft, dating c. 1667-1670. Williamson 224. Obverse: shield with rose and crown, VILLA LOWISTOFF SVFFOLKReverse: rose flanked by sexfoils, A/LOWESTOF/FARTHING in three linesFarthing trade tokens were first issued in 1648 as a response to the lack of small change, with halfpenny examples introduced in 1656. They were suppressed under Royal Authority in 1674.

NMS-C35F0F BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Incomplete post-medieval copper alloy double-oval buckle frame, just over half survives, both loops oval, with a lobe at the ends of the bar and a moulded rosette in the centre of the surviving edge. The rosette is poorly cast. Rust on the bar suggests an iron pin. The form is comparable with Whitehead 2003, no. 408. An example from Camber Castle was found in a context dated 1543-1637 (Biddle et al. 2001, 260, fig. 7.2 no. 27). Extant length 30mm. Width 27mm. c.1550 - c.1650.

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LON-C32E7B TOKEN MEDIEVAL

A late Medieval lead alloy late Plantagenet issue token, dating AD 1425-1490. Mitchiner & Skinner (1984:142/Pl. 1; no. 20) illustrate a token which bears a similar design. The token is damaged missing the lower section from the 8-5 o'clock position.Obverse: Shield with opposing double lined crescents with motif below, central nipple.Reverse: Eight-rayed wheel design, central nipple.Dimensions: diameter: 13.45mm; weight: 0.70g.Mitchiner & Skinner (1984:88) write "A series of neatly designed and neatly manufactured tokens with small compact flans. Early issues retain the geometric designs used on preceding tokens (Geometric series: Edward Ill-Henry VI)."Reference: Mitchiner, M. and Skinner, A. 1984. English Tokens C.1425 - 1672. In Challis, C. and Blackburn, M. The British Numismatic Journal Volume 54 1985.

NMS-C3095C KNIFE POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy knife end-cap with the end of the iron scale-tang in a slot, cylindrical and of oval cross-section. The exterior is engraved with two saltires within rectangular frames and, on the proximal end, with eight radial lines (i.e. a cross on a saltire). Cf. NMS-2E5E73Z, LON-9FD153 and LEIC-026CDC. Length (excluding remains of tang) 15mm. Width 12mm. Thickness 11mm. The tang is wider, 14.5mm. 16th century.

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