Potamos: Digital Antiquity Data

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January 24, 2020

tDar: The Digital Archaeological Record

Hampton and Prentiss - Supplemental Figure 2

Supplemental Figure 2. Change in Jasper Debitage Locations (Floors IIa-IIf) - red: debitage present on later floor, blue: debitage present on earlier floor. Feature base map by Ethan Ryan. Ashley Hampton and Anna Marie Prentiss, Manifesting Membership: Understanding Change in Feature Location and Lithic Spatial Patterns within Housepit 54, Bridge River site, British Columbia.

Hampton and Prentiss - Supplemental Figure 1

Supplemental Figure 1. Change in Obsidian Debitage Locations (Floors IIa-IIf) - red: debitage present on later floor, blue: debitage present on earlier floor. Feature base map by Ethan Ryan. Ashley Hampton and Anna Marie Prentiss, Manifesting Membership: Understanding Change in Feature Location and Lithic Spatial Patterns within Housepit 54, Bridge River site, British Columbia

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-B3DE86 STRAP FITTING MEDIEVAL

Two medieval bar-mounts with terminal and central lobes, mid 12th - 14th century:- with a central hole, cf. Egan and Pritchard 1154, 1157 and 1158, terminal lobes incomplete and broken across rivet holes, length 9.3mm, extant width 27.5mm.- rivets in holes that are countersunk on the reverse, domed central lobe with engraved cross-hatching, similar to Egan and Pritchard 1991, no. 1161, length 9mm, width 17.4mm.

NMS-B3B142 STRAP END MEDIEVAL

Small medieval strap end comprising a rectangular copper alloy sheet folded transversely and secured by an iron rivet. Length and width 14.6 and 8.6mm. Cf. Egan and Pritchard 1991, no. 578. 14th century.

NMS-B39FAE STRAP END MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy tongue shaped strap end formed from two sheets. These are secured by a rivet near the attachment edge, which would als have held the strap,\and probably by another near the outside edge, though one is not visible beneath corrosion. Not more than 19mm of the strap can have been held between the sheets. Length 31mm. Width 8.4mm. 14th century.

NMS-B36030 STRAP FITTING MEDIEVAL

Medieval folded sheet copper alloy hinged rectangular strap plate with a single (broken but complete) pivot loop, one rivet, a central round aperture (diameter 4.5mm), a notch in the centre of the attachment edge and another closeby on both sides. This would have articulated with a plate with a double pivot loop, cf. Egan and Pritchard 1991, no. 1217, a much smaller example. Length and width 37 and 15.7mm. 14th century.

NMS-B33605 STRAP FITTING MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy five-sided strap loop with most of the separate internal rivet missing. Cf. Egan and Pritchard 1991 nos. 1250-3. 24.3 x 15.4mm. 17mm internally. c.1270 - c.1400.

NMS-B31853 STRAP FITTING MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy D-shaped strap loop with a collared knop at the top and a hole for a missing separate internal rivet. Cf. Egan, G. in Griffiths et al. 2007, nos. 1449-51. 18.9 x 27.7mm. 13mm internally. 14th century.

NMS-B2CA3A BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

One slightly distorted half of a medieval sheet copper alloy rectangular buckle plate broken at the fold, rectangular or trapezoidal with parts of the sides missing. There are slight frame recesses, a pin slot and a single rivet hole near the inside edge. Length c.28mm. Width 15.3mm. 13th - 14th century.

NMS-B2FE12 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Distorted and incomplete medieval gilt sheet copper alloy shield-shaped buckle plate with most of the rear part missing. There are frame recesses, a pin slot, three rivet holes, that near the pointed inside edge retaining a convex-headed rivet, and engraved double contour lines. Length c.28mm. Width c.24mm. 13th - 14th century.

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NMS-B2A7A9 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy D-shaped buckle frame with a wire pin on the narrowed bar. Length 11.7mm. Width 13.5mm. 14th century.

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Ancient History Encyclopedia

Ardashir I

Ardashir I (l. c. 180-241 CE, r. 224-240 CE) was the founder of the Persian Sassanian Empire (224-651 CE) and father of the great Sassanian king Shapur I (r. 240-270 CE). He is also known as Ardashir I Babakan, Ardeshir I, Ardashir the Unifier, and Ardashir Papakan. He was the son of the prince of Istakhr, Papak (also given as Babak and Papag, r. c. 205-210 CE) and the Princess Rodak of the Shabankareh...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-B16FD9 NAIL ROMAN

Roman copper alloy nail or stud, probably from furniture, comprising a globular head (diameter 10mm) and a tapering shank of sub-circular cross-section. Cf.Crummy 1983, fig.116, nos. 2995 and 3002. Length 33.7mm. Mid 1st - 4th century.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-B153FA BROOCH ROMAN

Fragment of a Roman white-metal coated copper alloy Hod Hill brooch, elongated triangular lower bow, foot knob missing, and a small part of the upper bow with a median rib. There is a small hole (diameter less than 1mm) through the incomplete catchplate. Extant length and width 29.2 and 7.7mm. c.43 - c.70 AD.

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SUR-B025A8 BUTTON BRONZE AGE

A probable Late Bronze Age to Iron Age cast copper alloy button, dating to c. 900 BC - AD 43. The button is discoidal and convex, with a central boss surrounded by a circular recessed band and three concentric circular ridges. The reverse is concave and spanned by an intact curved fixing loop.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-B100F3 BROOCH ROMAN

Incomplete Roman copper alloy Colchester Derivative Harlow brooch, with the pin and all below the upper bow missing. The wings are plain and there is an off-centre groove along what remains of the bow. Wingspan 14.5mm. Extant length 12.7mm. c.43 - c.75 AD.

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SUR-B07E34 COIN ROMAN

A corroded copper alloy hammered Roman nummus or Folis of Constantine I (AD 307-337), dating to AD 310-313 (Reece period 16). SOLI INVICTO COMITI reverse type depicting bust of sol, right. Mint of Trier. As Sear 16125, RIC Vol VI, p 227, number 890 / 893.

NMS-B0D2B8 BROOCH ROMAN

Incomplete Roman copper alloy Colchester Derivative Rearhook brooch with the spring and pin missing and the catchplate survivng only as a stump. The wings are decorated with reel and rib mouldings and a median rib with a central groove runs down the D-sectioned bow. Wingspan 21.5mm. Length 42mm. c.43 - c.65 AD.

SUR-B0A88B COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper-alloy nummus of Constantine II (AD 317-340), dating to the period AD 325-326 (Reece period 16). VIRTVS CAESS reverse type depicting a campgate with four turrets and open doors, a star above. Mint of Arles. As RIC VII p. 265, no. 294.

IOW-B0B3EE COIN POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete Commonwealth penny (1649-1660), minted at London (North 1991: 206, ref: 2729). Obverse: Shield of St. George within wreath formed of a palm and laurel branch. Reverse: Conjoined shields of St. George and Ireland with I (mark of value) above. Diameter: 14.0mm. Weight: 0.45g. DA=12:5. North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.The coin has been pierced with a circular hole, 2.7mm in diameter, at about 12 o’ clock on the obverse. It has been pierced from the obverse through to the reverse.

NMS-B066D9 POT POST MEDIEVAL

Body sherd of post-medieval Westerwald stoneware pottery, cobalt glazed with part of a manganese glazed stamped pad of floral decoration, weight 15g, c.1675 - 1800.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Mes(s)ogis M.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 61 F1 Mes(s)ogis M.

Paktyes M.

A a spur of the Messogis mountain range lying to the east of Ephesos, elevation 305–1,524 m.

Nedon (river)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Nedon fl.

Aegyption Teichos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 68 unlocated Aegyption Teichos

Krommyon

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 E2 Krommyon

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-B0424C POT MEDIEVAL

Mug or jug rim sherd of medieval to post-medieval Raeren / Aachen stoneware pottery with fragment of a handle, weight 13g, mid 15th - 16th century.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Saronicus Sinus

The Saronic Gulf (also called the Gulf of Aegina) is a part of the Aegean Sea that delimits the eastern side of the isthmus of Corinth.

Eleusiniakos Kolpos

The Eleusiniac Gulf.

Pellana

An ancient settlement, attested by literary or documentary sources, whose precise location cannot be determined today

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-B02C5F POT MEDIEVAL

Body sherd of local medieval unglazed pottery, pale reduced with dark outer surface, weight 4g, 13th - 14th century.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Melas/Peiros (river)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Melas/Peiros? fl.

OSM location of Pontic rock-cut tombs

Location based on OpenStreetMap

OSM location of Kral Kaya tombs

Elite Hellenistic rock-cut tombs of the Pontic kingdom. Location based on OpenStreetMap

Amaseia

Amaseia (modern Amasya) was a naturally fortified settlement in the Pontic mountains near the Black Sea. It served as the capital of the kingdom of Pontus from ca. 300 BC to 183 BC.

Pisatis

A region of the western Peloponnesus.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Alopekia/Alopece

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 84 unlocated Alopekia/Alopece

Koralios (river)

A river of Boeotia located north-east of Coronea.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Oxus Treasure

The Oxus Treasure is a collection of 180 artifacts of precious metal, dated to the Achaemenid Empire (c. 550-330 BCE), which were discovered on the north bank of the Oxus River near the town of Takht-i Sangin in Tajikstan between 1876-1880 CE (commonly given as 1877 CE). The bulk of the collection is presently housed in the British Museum, London. The treasure is thought to have once been owned...

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Kimmerion Oros

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 87 K2 Kimmerion Oros

Hypsois

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Hypsois fl.

Skollis M.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 B2 Skollis M.

Lakmon M.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 54 D2 Lakmon M.

Sigrion Pr.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 56 B3 Sigrion Pr.

Kale/Leuke Akte

Strabo describes Kale/Leuke Akte as being the southern point of Euboea, locating it 300 stades from Sounion.

Pasianoi

An ancient people whose territory is unlocated

Eurykydeion

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Eurykydeion

Phellon

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Phellon

Lyrkeion M.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 C2 Lyrkeion M.

Anias

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Anias fl.

Triklaroi

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 49 unlocated Triklaroi

Itouraioi

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 68 A5 Itouraioi

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F031584

Divio, bei / Dijon, bei ; CIL: 13, 05620.; other literature: Y. Le Bohec, Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons (Paris 2003) 148, Nr. 235; Abb. 108; J.-P. Nicolardot, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 328.

F030323

Essarois, bei ; CIL: 13, 05645.; other literature: ILS 4642; É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Gaule romaine 4 (Paris 1911) 354-355, Nr. 3414; Foto; Y. Le Bohec, Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons (Paris 2003) 180, Nr. 302; Abb. 134; D. Goguey - M. Provost, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 316-317; fig. 386.

F028812

Vindonissa / Windisch ; CIL: 13, 11526 a.

F028650

Essarois ; CIL: 13, 05653.

F028649

Essarois ; CIL: 13, 05653.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD081600 (Germania superior)

Paulliani / [A? ]lmae fil(ii)

HD081599 (Germania superior)

$]ONV(?)[---] / [---]NE A[---] / [---]VVVO(?)[&

HD081598 (Germania superior)

$?]PATI(?)[---] / [---](?)SPA[&

HD081596 (Germania superior)

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

HD081595 (Germania superior)

$?] / AI(?)[-]bolva Paterniani / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD081593 (Germania superior)

[Deo Apollini Vind]onno et Fontibus / [--- P]risci v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD081592 (Germania superior)

Deo Apollini Vindon[no] Urbici/us Flaccus v(otum) [s(olvit) l(ibens)] m(erito)

HD069278 (Britannia)

$] Cassius [---] / [------]/tu[---] / sunt cu[& // $] / aufert Tittius [---] / et adfirmat ille se opta[t]os numeratos / accepisse et debere placet pecuniam s(upra) s(criptam) / reddi Aprili abhinc cum usuris ex die / praesenti sine ulla replicatione actum / Larae III Non(as) Decem(bres) Tertullo et Sacerd[ote] (!)

HD069267 (Britannia)

[---]ro / arm[---]

HD068895 (Britannia)

G(ai!) N(---) [-]

HD068894 (Britannia)

M(arci) P(---) P(---)

HD068892 (Britannia)

[---]ras // Dol(ium) vet(us) Sertienses

HD068891 (Britannia)

Sex(ti) Servandi // Sex(ti) Se[rvandi] // CIP Capriacum C VIIII / CV(modii) XI(sextarii) s(emis)

HD068890 (Britannia)

$] / [---] actum

HD068887 (Britannia)

(H)ermatis Callia

HD065809 (Britannia)

X // Q(uintus) L(---) C(---) // XX P // M(arcus?) I(---?) R(---) // M(arcus?) I(---?) R(---) // [M(arcus)](?) I(---?) [R(---)](?) // Tertius

HD063089 (Dalmatia)

[---]N MARE[---] / [---]X posu[erunt? ---] / [--- pa?]rente[s? ---]

HD063088 (Dalmatia)

[---]s et VIR / [---]ntum / [---]onus [--](?) / [&

HD063056 (Dalmatia)

C(aius) Aemilius / Theop(h)ilus / vivos(!) fecit / sibi et Fl(aviae) Hecyoni / concubinae / defunctae / annor(um) XX / C(aius) Aemilius Theop(h)i/lus p(osuit) b(ene) m(erenti)

HD063051 (Dalmatia)

Aur(elia) Vernilla plumbaria sibi / et Aur(elio) Lucio marito suo et Aur(eliae) Ster/coriae filiae posuit quod si qui supe/{pe}r h(a)ec corpora posue/rit inferet r(ei) p(ublicae) |(denarios) C(centum milia)

HD063046 (Dalmatia)

Novesis ser/vus age(n)s et Iu/ventilla Sur/isc(a)e filiae infel/icissim(a)e qu(a)e v/ixit an(nis) II me(nsibus) III / b(ene) m(erenti)

HD063035 (Dalmatia)

P(ublio) A(elio) Claudiano def(uncto) ann(orum) IIII / d(ierum) XLVIII P(ublius) A(elius) Ursinus et / Claudia Festiva parentes / filio infelicissimo

HD063033 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / G(aio) T(---) B(---) / Pon(---) Zo(---) / C(---) b(ene) m(erenti) / SO EIP / infel(icissim-)

HD063027 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Aeliae / [&

HD062965 (Dalmatia)

Deposito Valeriani infantis / X Kalendas Augustas

HD062922 (Dalmatia)

Alexander Pius Faustus

HD062916 (Dalmatia)

Anton(ius) Anicetus / et Vergin(ia) Marcellina / parent(es) infel(icissimi) Antoniae / [&

HD062911 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Apulae/iae(!) Primu/lae Urbi/cus Aug(usti) / libert(us) / coniug(i) / raris(s)i/[mae ---] / [&?

HD062910 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Aque/sillae / an(norum) III Me/lissa ma/ter p(osuit)

HD062909 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Arethusae / ann(orum) II m(ensium) VIII d(ierum) IX

HD062908 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Q(uinto) Arrio Ae/neae defu(ncto) / annorum / XXVIII Vin/demia coniugi / b(ene) m(erenti)

HD062907 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Arrius / Messia/nus Se/cundi/n(a)e b(ene) m(erenti)

HD062906 (Dalmatia)

Ati(lius) Marcellus Atili(o) Luciano filio / infelicissimo qui vixit ann(os) II m(enses) II / posuit

HD062899 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Avidiae / Secun/dinae / d(e)f(untae) an(norum) / [---]X(?)XI(?)I(?) / [&

HD062892 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Aurel(ius) Emeritianus vixit annis / XXIIII Flavia Valen/tina mater filio carissi/mo posuit locus emptus / cum vaso a C(a)esonio Prim/o

HD062869 (Dalmatia)

Basilissae infeliciss(imae) defunctae / ann(orum) XXX et Surae filiae defu/nctae ann(orum) II verna filius / bene mere(n)tibus

HD062868 (Dalmatia)

C(aio) Bennio [---] / Valentino [---]

HD062865 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / P(ublius) C(---) S(---) posu/it P(---) Veneri/ae matri p/ientissim(ae)

HD062863 (Dalmatia)

Caecinia Calpurnia / vix(it) an(nos) VI dies XXX / Calpurnius et Rufina / parent(es) filiae dulcis/sim(a)e p(osuerunt)

HD062693 (Germania superior)

$] / Noniso / Agisillus / Sul(la?) Mar/sii f[ili]us / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD062356 (Germania superior)

$]E[---] / [---]ATI[---] / [---]P VI[---] / [---]DOM[&

HD062354 (Germania superior)

$](?) / RAV[---] / MA[---] / IVIA[---] / [&?

HD062353 (Germania superior)

$](?) / Amarantus [---] / [&?

HD062352 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Tro/sius / Spe[&

HD062351 (Germania superior)

$](?) / [---]V(?)I(?) / [---]VMINDIAS[---] / [---]VIIVS [---]T[---] / [---] et suis p(ecunia) s(ua) [---] / [&

HD062230 (Germania superior)

|(centuria) Postumi / L(ucius) Trosius

HD062229 (Germania superior)

|(centuria) Iuli / Clement/is [---] / [------]

HD062228 (Germania superior)

|(centuria) Attieni / L(uci) Serrani

HD062220 (Germania superior)

L(ucius) Ruti[lius] / L(uci) f(ilius) Serg(ia) [Ma]/crinus P[---]/I miles leg(ionis) [[XXI]] / [[Rap(acis)]] |(centuriae) Prov[inc(ialis)] / stipendi[orum ---] / [h(ic) s(itus) e(st)]

HD062219 (Germania superior)

$](?) / [---]O(?)C(?)V[---] / [--- B]assus [---] / [--- p]r(aefectus) coho[rtis ---] / [---]A[&

HD062216 (Germania superior)

$ |(centuria)?] Valerian(a?) IMP [&

HD054176 (Dalmatia)

Locho Aug(usti) / disp(ensatori) De<l>matiae / Himer Aug(usti) / disp(ensator) Moesiae / patri piissimo

HD052046 (Britannia)

$] / [ante]quam moriar ex asse herede[m iubeo] / [------] / ceteri alii omnes mihi exheredes sunt[o ---] / leg[e] non alia [quam] quanta quibusqu[e ---] / [---] ded[ero] donavi donari[q]u[e] iusser[o ---] / [---]tuque / MA[---]SENE adito ce[r]nito hereditatem meam / [---] centum p[ro]xsimis(!) morti{s} mea(e) quibus DIE / [sci]es [po]t[e]risque sci[r]e te mihi esse heredem le/{le}gitumam(!) testibus pr(a)esentibus heredes sunto / qui [sci]ant se eius rei ADVO CA[--- e]sse / quod si ita n[on] creveris hereditatem [meam s]i aditum / noluer[is exher]es esto [---] / [---]C[---]AM quam [ex asse mihi] here/dem institui / [&

HD050832 (Britannia)

ICLV ICLV ICLV // MIBL MI[BL]

HD046038 (Britannia)

L(ucius) E(---) V(---)

HD023944 (Germania superior)

|(centuria) Arelli Flam(m)a(e) / C(aius) Valeri(u)s / Long(u)s

HD017690 (Britannia)

Londinio // L(ucius) Vital(---) Ad(---) // Rufus Callisuni salutem Epillico et omni/bus contubernalibus certiores vos esse / credo me recte valere si vos invi/cem fecistis rogo mittite omnia / diligenter cura agas ut illam puel/lam ad nummum redigas

HD008966 (Britannia)

Domitio Tertio / brazzario(!) Lugu(v)alio / [------]

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B014352

Le Bohec, Y.: Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons. Inscriptions sur pierre.

Publications de l’École française de Rome

Marie-René de La Blanchère: dalle terre pontine all’Africa romana

Theodor Mommsen aveva ventisette anni nel 1844, quando giunse la prima volta in Italia, dando inizio alla straordinaria avventura epigrafica che l’avrebbe condotto a pubblicare le Inscriptiones Regni Neapolitani Latinae (1852) e quindi alla progettazione del Corpus Inscriptionum Latinarum. Marie-René de La Blanchère (Tours, 17 febbraio 1853 - Parigi, 30 maggio 1896) ne aveva ventisei nel ’79, al momento dell’arrivo presso la neonata École française de Rome con l’obiettivo di indagare le antichità della regione pontina: iniziava allora una contrastata (e per certi versi drammatica) vicenda di vita e di ricerca, il cui principale frutto resta il “saggio di storia locale” su Terracine (1884), preceduto e seguito da importanti contributi sul Latium adiectum e l’Africa romana; nel 1885 l’Autore si sarebbe trasferito in Tunisia, dove divenne protagonista della vasta opera di studio e salvaguardia delle antichità locali, culminata nella fondazione del Museo del Bardo.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-9B658A BELL POST MEDIEVAL

A complete and slightly worn post-Medieval copper-alloy spherical animal "crotal" bell (1770-1813).The sub-rectangular suspension loop at the top is about 10.8mm high, 15.6mm wide, 4.7mm thick and has a roughly square perforation. The upper and lower hemispheres are divided by a prominent horizontal circumferential joining rib. About half way down the side of the upper hemisphere, at either side and opposite each other, there is a circular sound hole. One is smaller than the other. Two sound holes in the lower hemisphere are integral with a sound "slit". The upper hemisphere is plain and the lower hemisphere has a 'sunburst' design. A maker's mark: 'W G' is situated to one side of the sound slit. W G probably indicates that it was made by William Gwynn of Aldbourne, who was active 1770-1813. On the opposite side of the slit there is another mark: 'T' representing a founder's hammer. The sub-spherical iron sound-'pea' within the bell is intact and moves freely.The outer surface of the bell has a shiny brown patina which is lost in places. The sound-'pea' is corroded.Height: 36.8mm; diameter: 30.4mm. Weight: 31.55g.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Roman villa at Maasbracht

A Roman villa near the modern village of Maasbracht, Limburg, Netherlands, famous for its murals. The earliest structures on the site are dated to the second century CE, and the villa was abandoned by the middle of the third century.

Geohack location of Roman villa at Maasbracht

Point representing the location of the Roman villa site near the village of Maasbracht.

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Ancient History Encyclopedia

Peasants' Revolt

The Peasants’ Revolt, also known as the Great Revolt, was a popular uprising in England in June 1381 CE. Beginning in the south-east and spreading to London and elsewhere, the rebellion’s leaders, who included Wat Tyler, did not want to remove King Richard II of England (r. 1377-1399 CE) but they did want massive social changes which included a removal of the poll tax, an end...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-9C5202 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver shilling of Elizabeth I, Tower, initial mark uncertain, 1st coinage, clipped and extremely worn, 1558-61

NMS-9C42AE COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver halfpenny of Edward III, florin coinage, London, worn, 1344-51

NMS-9C366A COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy as or dupondius of Vespasian, reverse standing female, very worn, AD69-79

NMS-9C26D3 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy radiate of Tetricus I, Mint I, reverse VIRTVS AVGG type, AD271-4

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Hazza

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 91 F1 Hazza

Banu Lakhm

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 93 A2 Banu Lakhm

Rumakan

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 91 unlocated Rumakan

Sinnin

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 93 unlocated Sinnin

Nodh-Ardashirakan

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 F4 Nodh-Ardashirakan

Meinas Sabattha/Sabat

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 91 unlocated Meinas Sabattha/Sabat

Nehargur

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 93 unlocated Nehargur

Rima

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 93 unlocated Rima

Dabitha

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 93 unlocated Dabitha

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-9B86F6 COIN WEIGHT MEDIEVAL

Cast lead coin weight for a half noble or a ryal, square and biface, on one side the remains of a ship, on the other cross hatching, weight 4.95g, c.1350-1500

NMS-9B7A22 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy Spanish 2 maravedis, on one side a lion rampant on a shield, crowned, the date I6[...], on the other a Tower within a shield, the mark of value II by it, 17th century

WILT-9B4D7B CLOTH SEAL POST MEDIEVAL

A Post-Medieval lead alloy cloth seal, probably dating to AD 1500-1800. A 2-part seal comprisign of two discs of lead connected by a folded connecting strip and with an integral rivet projecting from the reverse of disc 1 piercing disc 2. Both discs are impressed with a design which is largely off-flan and therefore unclear. Disc-2 potentially depicts a shield. Length 17.2mm; width 14.5mm; thickness 4.6mm; Weight 4.03g.

WILT-9B1029 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

A Post Medieval copper alloy buckle, dating to AD 1500-1650. The buckle consists of two symetrical sub-oval loops divided by a central bar, one loop lost. Worn moulded foliate decoration survives on the remaining loop. Length 22.8mm; Width 18.9mm; Thickness 2.5mm; Weight 2.86g.A number of extremely similar buckles with more complete plates can be seen recorded on this database, see for example: SOM-0F8134, SUSS-C9A2E0, LON-5274E3. The trilobed terminals and otherwise similar decoration of these examples is compared to sword belt fittings of the the early Post-Medieval period (see, for example, SOM-364E5B) and a similar date is suggested.

NMS-9B05E5 JETTON MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy jetton, French Medieval type, obverse VER[...]OBO, shield of 3 fleurs, reverse cross fleurry, Tournai, c.1415-97

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

WILT-9AE5ED TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A Post-medieval copper alloy trader's token halfpenny or farthing, dating to AD 1648-1672. Issued by William at an uncertain place. Uncertain Williamson no.

NMS-9AA097 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy farthing token of Great Yarmouth Corporation, Williamson 285, Norweb 3283, die axis 3 o'clock, 1667

NMS-9A8C25 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver threepence of Elizabeth I, Tower, North 1998, worn almost smooth and further details illegible, 1561-82

WILT-9A7573 JETTON POST MEDIEVAL

A Post-Medieval copper alloy Jetton, dating to c. AD 1550-1700. Rose/Orb type, probably nonsence inscriptions. Issued at Nuremberg.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

WILT-9A41DB COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy Nummus of the House of Constantine, probably dating to AD 330-348 (Reece period 17). Uncertain reverse type and mint.

WILT-9A17CC BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

A Medieval copper alloy buckle, dating to AD 1200-1500. The frame is sub-rectangular with a narrowed bar and moulded decoration on the expanded outer edge, taking the form of a thick central groove flanked by narrower grooves. Length 14.8mm; Width 15.3mm; Thickness 3.4mm; Weight 1.53g.cf. Cassels 2013, type 1.7C; Meols type C.

WILT-9A0461 FINGER RING ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy finger ring, probably dating to AD 100-250. The ring consists of a sub-circular hoop, with a flattened bezel and slightly carinated shoulders. The hoop is undecorated and has a broadly plano-convex cross section, although there is a slight convex curve to the interior face. The bezel has a recessed oval cell which reaches the edge of the hoop, the setting has been lost. Traces of white cement remain in the cell, whilst traces of gilding survive within the hoop. Height 21.7mm; Width across hoop 27.6mm; Width 11.4mm; Thickness 5.9mm; Weight 11.43g.cf. Guiraud's (1989) type 2d, also examples on this database such as HAMP-8DD7BA. Silver rings of comparable form were found with the Snettisham treasure (Johns 1997: 95-99).

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Parapotamioi

According to Strabo, Parapotamioi "is a settlement on the Cephissus River near Phanoteus and Chaeroneia and Elateia".

Parapotamia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 68 G2 Parapotamia

Straton (river)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 90 G4 Straton fl.

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GAT-99CAA3 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

A copper-alloy shoe buckle of Post-Medieval date (AD 1660-1760). The frame is sub-oval with rounded sides. The buckle includes the prong and remnants of the hinge. Similar objects have been recorded on the PAS database see; KENT-3FD2ED and BERK-20C80B.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Caspium/Hyrcanium Mare

The Caspian Sea is a remnant of a larger, inland sea and is now the world's largest enclosed body of water. It has been classified as both a lake and as a sea.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

WILT-99A11B COIN MEDIEVAL

A Medieval silver penny of Edward I, dating to AD 1305-1306. Class 10cf1, Canterbury mint. North (1991: 32) no. 1040.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Kadousioi

Kadousioi, an Iranian tribe settled between the Caspian and the Black seas.

Pylaion M.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 56 unlocated Pylaion M.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

GAT-999B42 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A copper-alloy halfpenny of George II (r.1727-1760). Issued 1729 -1754. The coin is worn and is damaged on one side. On the obverse is a left-facing bust with laureate. Inscription ‘GEORGIVS II REX’.On the reverse is a left seated Britannia. The inscription has been lost. Other examples have been recorded on the PAS database see; NLM-A5683A and NLM-4D4AD7.

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Umar

Umar ibn al-Khattab (r. 634-644 CE) was the second caliph of the Rashidun Caliphate (632-661 CE, as the first four caliphs are referred to by the Sunni Muslims). He was an early convert of Islam and one of the close companions of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad (l. 570-632 CE). After the death of Muhammad, he gave his utmost and loyal support to Abu Bakr, who then became the first...

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The Archaeology and History of Fort Stanton Cave

This is a informative public pamphlet concerning rock art within Fort Stanton Cave.

An Archaeological Investigation of Fort Stanton Cave, Lincoln County, New Mexico

Poster summarizing archaeological investigations in Fort Stanton Cave.

Fort Stanton Cave: A Cultural Resources Inventory of Rock Art and Other Archaeological Remains at LA195070

The New Mexico Bureau of Land Management Roswell Field Office contracted PaleoWest Archaeology to conduct a cultural resources inventory of an archaeologically relevant portion of Fort Stanton Cave in Lincoln County, New Mexico. Thirty previously identified loci containing historic carvings, inscriptions, and other cave surface modifications were documented. Evidence of prehistoric use, historic materials, a new inscription panel, and a masonry wall/entry were also recorded. A cursory analysis indicates that the frequency of distinguishable surface modifications on cave walls increased from the middle of the nineteenth century until the second decade of the twentieth century, when dated cave surface modifications decline. LA195070, Fort Stanton Cave, is historically important to the local region, the state of New Mexico, and our nation. The site is recommended eligible for the National Register Historic Places under Criteria A, B, and D.

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Pleiades: Recently Modified

Eumenous Alsos/Eumenous Limen

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 4 unlocated Eumenous Alsos/Eumenous Limen

Asine

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 D4 Asine

Aigaleon M.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 B3 Aigaleon M.

Syessa

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 unlocated Syessa

Ichthys Pr.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 A2 Ichthys Pr.

Anchiale(ia)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 66 F3 Anchiale(ia)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F039031

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; AE: 1989, 0528.; other literature: H. Joubeaux, Gallia 46, 1989, 232-233, Nr. 32; Foto; Y. Le Bohec, Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons (Paris 2003) 88-89, Nr. 110; Abb. 44; M. Provost - D. Périchon, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 243.

F039030

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; AE: 1989, 0528.; other literature: H. Joubeaux, Gallia 46, 1989, 232-233, Nr. 32; Foto; Y. Le Bohec, Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons (Paris 2003) 88-89, Nr. 110; Abb. 44; M. Provost - D. Périchon, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 243.

F039029

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; other literature: Y. Le Bohec, Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons (Paris 2003) 100-101, Nr. 135; Abb. 57; M. Provost - D. Périchon, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 267.

F039028

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; other literature: Y. Le Bohec, Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons (Paris 2003) 100-101, Nr. 135; Abb. 57; M. Provost - D. Périchon, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 267.

F039027

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; other literature: ILTG 410; Y. Le Bohec, Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons (Paris 2003) 100, Nr. 134; Abb. 56; M. Provost - D. Périchon, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 272.

F039026

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; other literature: ILTG 0408.

F039025

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; AE: 1926, 0059; 1927, p. 41 s. n. 153.; other literature: S. de Ricci, CRAI 1925, 249; Zeichnung; É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Gaule romaine 10 (Paris 1928) 166, Nr. 7524; Y. Le Bohec, Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons (Paris 2003) 47, Nr. 49; M. Provost - D. Périchon, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 285; fig. 355.

F039024

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; AE: 1926, 0059; 1927, p. 41 s. n. 153.; other literature: S. de Ricci, CRAI 1925, 249; Zeichnung; É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Gaule romaine 10 (Paris 1928) 166, Nr. 7524; Y. Le Bohec, Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons (Paris 2003) 47, Nr. 49; M. Provost - D. Périchon, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 285; fig. 355.

F039023

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; AE: 1954, 0195.; other literature: ILTG 409; G. Grémaud, RAE 4, 1953, 88-90; pl. 6; Y. Le Bohec, Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons (Paris 2003) 71, Nr, 74; Abb. 29; M. Provost - D. Périchon, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 299; fig. 368.

F039022

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; other literature: Y. Le Bohec, Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons (Paris 2003) 111-112, Nr. 157; Abb. 69; M. Provost - D. Périchon, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 243-244; fig. 302.

F039021

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Gaule romaine 4 (Paris 1911) 392, Nr. 3478; Foto.

F039020

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Gaule romaine 4 (Paris 1911) 392, Nr. 3478; Foto.

F039019

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Gaule romaine 4 (Paris 1911) 389-390, Nr. 3472; Foto.

F039018

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Gaule romaine 4 (Paris 1911) 388-389, Nr. 3470; Foto.

F039017

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Gaule romaine 4 (Paris 1911) 388-389, Nr. 3470; Foto.

F039016

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Gaule romaine 4 (Paris 1911) 388-389, Nr. 3470; Foto.

F039015

Divio (Civitas Lingonum) / Dijon ; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Gaule romaine 4 (Paris 1911) 388-389, Nr. 3470; Foto.

F028654

Essarois, bei ; CIL: 13, 05646.; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Gaule romaine 4 (Paris 1911) 367-368, Nr. 3436; Foto; D. Goguey - M. Provost, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 316; Y. Le Bohec, Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons (Paris 2003) 179, Nr. 301; Abb. 133.

F028651

Essarois ; CIL: 13, 05646.; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Gaule romaine 4 (Paris 1911) 367-368, Nr. 3436; Foto; D. Goguey - M. Provost, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 316; Y. Le Bohec, Inscriptions de la cité des Lingons (Paris 2003) 179, Nr. 301; Abb. 133.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B016464

Spickermann, W.: Weihung zum Heile des Clodius Albinus.

B007488

Desaye, H. - Mège, J.-C.: II. Inscriptions inédites du pagus Aletanus et des Voconces méridionaux (cantons de Grignan et de Nyons).

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD081591 (Germania superior)

Vind(onno) Mai f(ilia) / Iulia v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD079021 (unknown)

Secundinius Atti/llus et Divilla voto / (a)e/d[em?] / [&?

HD076225 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Av[---]s / Liberalis / filius [--](?) / C(?)V(?)OS(?)P(?)C(?)[---] / [& // D(is) M(anibus) / Carata / [L]ibera/[lis? filia?] / [&?

HD076224 (Germania superior)

Dis Ma(nibus) / [-]onnus / Om[-]rto(?) / fili(o?) // D(is) M(anibus) / Carađo

HD076221 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Matutin(a)e / [--]N(?)I(?)anus / [p]ater / [p(onendum)] c(uravit)

HD076188 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Corn(eliae) Florid(a)e / Florinus fil(ius) / [p(onendum)] c(uravit)

HD076160 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / [-]aiuN(?)[---] BE(?)[-](?)vitian[-] fil(i--) [---] / h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit) NI(?)[---]O[---]I(?)E(?)VTV[-? p]osuit [---]

HD076154 (Germania superior)

[---]VF[---] / [&

HD076029 (Germania superior)

$] / [---]CI[---] / [---]N[---] / [---]MD[&

HD076028 (Germania superior)

[Here]cur(a)e Vi[c]/[tor(?) v(otum)] s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD075950 (Germania superior)

$] / [---] Sen[---] / [---]ME(?)[&

HD075162 (Germania superior)

[--- Deo I]nvicto M[ithrae] / [---]VS[---] / [&?

HD075161 (Germania superior)

Ianussa / v(otum) s(olvit) [l(ibens) m(erito)] // [I]anussa

HD075157 (Germania superior)

[De]o So[li In]/[victo] Augu[sto]

HD075156 (Germania superior)

I[n h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae)] / D[eo Inv(icto) Mithrae] / P[---]

HD075134 (Germania superior)

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

HD062213 (Germania superior)

$]SH[ ---] / [--- leg(atus)] pro[pr(aetore) ---] / [---]P[&

HD062201 (Germania superior)

Imp(eratore) C[aesare divi Vespasiani] f(ilio) Do[mitiano Aug(usto)] / Ger[m(anico) pont(ifice) max(imo) --- i]mp(eratore) [---] / [---]RTO[&

HD061814 (Germania superior)

$] L(--- ) L(---) [&

HD061812 (Germania superior)

G(aius) Iul(ius) Sever(us)

HD061810 (Germania superior)

$ mil(es?) leg(ionis)] / [XXI] rapa[cis] / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) [m(erito)]

HD061808 (Germania superior)

$ mil(es?)] / leg(ionis) X[I C(laudiae) p(iae) f(idelis)] / pro salu[te ---] / Diadu[meni] / l[ib(erti?)]

HD061806 (Germania superior)

Silvano / L(ucius) Flavius / Burrus miles / leg(ionis) XI C(laudiae) p(iae) f(idelis) |(centuria) Betuvi / Silonis v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD061795 (Germania superior)

Marti / Q(uintus) Iulius / Titullinus / ex voto

HD061793 (Germania superior)

Marti votum / Tib(erius) Iul(ius) Agilis / gladiarius / s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD061792 (Germania superior)

Marti / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD061763 (Germania superior)

Fortunae / Nyisus / P(ubli) ser(vus) / [v(otum) s(olvit)] l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD061745 (Germania superior)

$]IA[---] / [---]MAI[---] / [---]LIO[---] / [---]RA[&

HD061744 (Germania superior)

$] Mustici(!) f(ili--) [---] / [---] pater [&

HD061743 (Germania superior)

$ C]laud[io Caesari] / [Aug(usto) Ge]rman[ico] / [tri]bunic[ia potestate &

HD054174 (Dalmatia)

Agriae Ianuariae def(unctae) annis / XXXXI fil(iae)(?) vergin[i]ae(!) et coniugi / incomparabili cum qua concordi/ter egit sine querela per annos XXVI / M(arcus) Iul(ius) Felix ab(!) ratione fisci / vivus posuit vivas qui dixeris vivit Elysiis

HD048239 (Germania superior)

D(eo) Mart(i) / pro sal(ute) / C(lodi) Albini / Aug{g}(usti) n(ostri) / Aticus Lug(udunensis) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD042523 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) Cauti et Caut/opat(i) Florius Florentius et / An[c]arinius Severus nepos / v(otum) s(olverunt) l(ibentes) l(aeti) m(erito) Faus[tino et Rufino] co(n)s(ulibus)

HD037007 (Raetia)

$] / [---]IAL[---] / [---]PVLE[---] / [---]V[---] / [&

HD037006 (Raetia)

D(is) M(anibus) / [&

HD037003 (Raetia)

H(---) V(---) L(---)

HD037002 (Raetia)

[------] / [--- F]idelis lib[rarius?] / [coh(ortis) I?] Raet[orum]

HD036876 (Germania superior)

D(is) [M(anibus)] / [---]CAV[---] / [---]AMOR[---] / [&

HD036830 (Germania superior)

Diis Quadrubi(i)s(!) vica/ni Bibienses / d(e) s(uo) p(osuerunt)

HD036805 (Germania superior)

Gen(io) loc(i) [&?

HD036794 (Germania superior)

$] / SAVILO[---] / RIALIS[---] / RAVXOR[---] / [&

HD036783 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / M(arcus) M[e?]ssius / Fortunatus / IIIIIIvir Aug(ustalis) / negotiator / arti[s] creta/[ri]ae n[eg(otiator)] paenul(arius) / omni i[m]pen/dio [s]uo fecit / [Fusco II et] Dextro co(n)s(ulibus)

HD036782 (Germania superior)

Deanae / in h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / pro iuventute / c(ivitatis) Sum(elocennensis) Iul(ius) Her/mes f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD036747 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo)

HD036746 (Germania superior)

Dian[ae ---] / [---]ius Ma[---] / [&

HD036743 (Germania superior)

[---] Dian[ae ---] / [---]ius Ma[&

HD036699 (Germania superior)

L(uci) Pervinci Satur[nini?]

HD036678 (Germania superior)

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

HD036677 (Germania superior)

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

HD036671 (Germania superior)

$] / [---]ol(i)s domo [---] / [--- n]eg(otiatori?) art(is) cr[retariae ---] / [--- o]b(i)tis parent(ibus) [---] / [--- homi]ni(?) incomp(arabili) q(ui) [---] / [---]F(---?) fil(io?) dulc[issimo? ---] / sit(?) v(obis) [t(erra) l(evis)]

HD036670 (Germania superior)

Imp(erator) Cae[s(ar) --- H]ad[ri]an[&

HD036642 (Germania superior)

$] / [---]ia / [---]m / [&

HD036641 (Germania superior)

$] [---]nto a[---] / [&

HD036590 (Germania superior)

Deae [F]ort[un]ae / OGL sunt aquibus / perc[ul]tae / Durin[i]us Ursus / Camigen(ius) Antoninus / Ioincius Lupio / Secundin(ius) Divixtus / Se[ne]cionius Ursinus / Senon(ius) Verecundus / Servat[i]us Servand[i]o / Ention[i]us Vittio / Moderat(ius) Aprianus / Sennon(ius) Augustus / Sen[n]on(ius) Perpetuus / Censor[i]n[i]us Ursulus / Primanius Potens / Caradeann(ius) Cara(---) / A[ug]us[t]an[i]us Apis / Sennonius Severus / Ursinius Catius / Victor(ius) Niarius

HD036589 (Germania superior)

Mercurio / aram ex voto / su[s]cepto Iuli/anus fieri /mandavit

HD036588 (Germania superior)

Dianae / aedem cum / sigillo L(ucius) Mem/mius Maternus / v(otum) s(olvit)

HD036558 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / in h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / T(itus) Aelius / Victor / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD036537 (Germania superior)

Visucio / Mercurio / Senilis / Mass(a)e / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD036503 (Germania superior)

Genio / Apollinis / Exoratus / et Secunda / v(otum) s(olverunt) l(ibentes) l(aeti) m(erito)

HD036461 (Germania superior)

[Merc]urio / aedem [cu]m / [signo? ---]i / [---] / [---]IL / [&

HD035285 (Germania superior)

$] / [---] co(n)s(ulibus) / [--- cui] prae(e)st / [---]alis Afer / [& // $] / [L(uci) Atini Fl]ori / [L(uci) Pulli A]nthi / [P(ubli)? Atti? Se?]veri / [&

HD030360 (Germania superior)

Deum dea/rum aram / posuit M(arcus) / Masterna / miles leg(ionis) XI C(laudiae) / p(iae) f(elicis) |(centuria) Crispi l(ibens) p(osuit)

HD028173 (Germania superior)

[I(ovi)] O(ptimo) M(aximo) / [i]n h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / [T(itus)] Ael(ius) Victor / [q]uod vove(rat) / [v]isu dei moni/tus posuit / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD027495 (Germania superior)

Minervae / sacrum / Nympheros / L(uci) Lolli Certi / praef(ecti) coh(ortis) V Sp(anorum)? / [------] /[&?

HD023615 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Val(erius) Apri/lis buc(inator) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD022484 (Germania superior)

Anaill(ius) f(ecit)

HD022445 (Dalmatia)

C(o)ho(rs) VIII vo[l(untariorum)]

HD022442 (Dalmatia)

[Co]h(ors) VIII [vol(untariorum)]

HD012473 (Narbonensis)

Manibus / Mur(ii?) Nervii(?) / ann(orum) [---] MTB / in f(ronte) p(edes) [---]

HD012282 (Germania superior)

FLAT leg(ionis) XXII P(rimigeniae) p(iae) f(idelis)

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Pleiades: Recently Modified

Kyinda

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 66 unlocated Kyinda

Dandarioi

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 84 C3 Dandarioi

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Lepreon

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 B3 Lepreon

Triphylia

Triphylia was a region of the western Peloponnese located north of the Alpheius river and south of the Neda river.

Samikon/Samia

A town of Triphylia in ancient Elis.

Ionaion

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Ionaion

Epaioi

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Epaioi

Makistia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Makistia

Pedalion Pr.

A headland in the southeastern part of the island of Cyprus.

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Carney, Brown, and Wallen - Figure 1

Figure 1. Map of the greater North American Northwest, with the Columbia-Plateau region shaded in grey. Numbers correspond with chapters and indicate approximate locations of case studies within the volume. 3. Gingko State Park Project, WA; Johnson, Lubinski, and Hackenberger 4. Lower John Day River, OR; Endzweig 5. Central Columbia Plateau, BC, ID, OR, & WA; Carney 6. Upper and Middle Columbia River, WA; Brown and Hackenberger 7. Wells Dam Reservoir, WA; Rorabaugh 8. Clearwater River, ID; Sappington 9. Kwoiek Creek, BC; Lyons et al. 10. Bridge River, BC; Hampton and Prentiss 11. Cougar Overlook, Hells Canyon, ID; Reid and Kvamme. Carney, Molly, James W. Brown, and Dakota E. Wallen 2020 House, Homes, and Dwellings of the Columbia Fraser Plateau: An Introduction. In Of Housepits and Homes: Of Housepits and Homes: 21st Century Perspectives on Houses and Settlements in the Columbia-Fraser Plateau Past. Edited by Molly Carney, James W. Brown, and Dakota E. Wallen, pp. Journal of Northwest Anthropology Memoir 20, Richland, WA.

Rorabaugh - Figure 1

Figure 1. Wells Dam Project Area and Referenced Locations Rorabaugh, Adam N. 2020 A Critical Reassessment of the Chronology of the Wells Dam Project Area: 9,000 Years of Continuity on the Upper-Middle Columbia River. In Of Housepits and Homes: Of Housepits and Homes: 21st Century Perspectives on Houses and Settlements in the Columbia-Fraser Plateau Past. Edited by Molly Carney, James W. Brown, and Dakota E. Wallen, pp. Journal of Northwest Anthropology Memoir 20, Richland, WA.

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LEIC-8AFDD1 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Post medieval copper alloy double-looped buckle complete apart from the pin.  Each loop has a flower-shaped terminal (Tudor rose?), and each side of thecross bar has a triangular projection.  The buckle is in good condition, is 43mm long, 25mm wide, 3mm thick and weighs 5.55g.

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Minthe M.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 B3 Minthe M.

Asinaios Sinus

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Asinaios Sinus

OSM location of Oluz Höyük

Polygon representing the extent of the Oluz Höyük site, derived from an OpenStreetMap Way.

Oluz Höyük

Mound site in Amasya province, Turkey. First inhabited in the Early Bronze Age (ca. 4500 BCE), the site was abandoned sometime during the Hittite Period (15th-13th centuries BCE). It was briefly resettled during the Iron Age-Hellenistic period (8th-1st centuries BCE).

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Richard II of England

Richard II of England reigned as king from 1377 to 1399 CE. The son of the late Edward the Black Prince (1330-1376 CE), Richard would succeed his grandfather Edward III of England (r. 1327-1377 CE), but as he was only 10 years of age, he initially had to co-rule with his most powerful barons. The Peasants' Revolt of June 1381 CE was successfully put down but a failed campaign in Scotland...

Pleiades: Recently Modified

(A)Parni

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 97 D2 (A)Parni

Daoi/Dahae

An Iranian people of ancient Central Asia, the Daoi/Dahae were composed of a confederation of three tribes – the Parni, Xanthii, and Pissuri. These peoples occupied an area that corresponds with much of modern Turkmenistan.

Pissouroi

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 97 unlocated Pissouroi

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Bisa

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Bisa

Sinna

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 68 unlocated Sinna

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YORYM-87B599 COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver medieval groat of Edward III dating to the period AD 1352 – 1353. Fourth coinage, Pre-Treaty Period. Series D. Long cross reverse. Mint of London.North Vol 2, p.50, no.1152.

YORYM-879C72 COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver medieval penny of an uncertain late medieval ruler, probably Edward III to Richard III, dating to the period AD 1351 - 1485. Long cross with quatrefoil centre reverse. Mint of York.The coin is worn folded making further identification difficult.

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Nikatorion (mountain)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 unlocated Nikatorion M.

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YORYM-877BAF COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A silver Post-Medieval halfgroat of James I dating to the period AD 1604 - 1605. Second coinage. Crowned thistle reverse. Lis initial mark. Mint of London.North Vol 2, p.146, no.2104.

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YORYM-876306 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A silver Post-Medieval penny of Elizabeth I dating to the period AD 1558 - 1603. Uncertain Issue. Square shield on long cross fourchee reverse. Uncertain initial mark. Mint of London.The coin is too worn to allow further identification.

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Asopos (river)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 61 unlocated Asopos fl.

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Via Valeria

An ancient road from Rome to Corfinium.

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YORYM-8749F7 COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver medieval cut halfpenny of John dating to the period AD 1204 - 1209. Short cross reverse. Moneyer Ailwine. Mint of Oxford. Class 5b.North Vol 1, p.221, no.970.

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Tibur

A Sabine town, 30 km east-north-east of Rome, Tibur was the seat of the Tiburtine Sibyl.

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Ouerestis (river)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 unlocated Ouerestis fl.

Geron (river)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Geron fl.

Keladon (river)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Keladon fl.

Kyparisseis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Kyparisseis

Kyparisseis (river)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 unlocated Kyparisseis fl.

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YORYM-8710DE JETTON POST MEDIEVAL

A worn copper-alloy Post-Medieval jetton of an anonymous issue dating to the period AD 1550 - 1585. Rose/Orb type. ‘Normal Orb’ issue. Mint of Nuremburg.Obverse: Alternating crowns and lis with central rose. Fictitious legend.Reverse: Imperial Orb within tressure of three arches. Fictitious legend.Similar jettons are illustrated in Mitchiner, p.382-383. Ref: Mitchiner, M. (1988) Jetons, Medalets & Tokens, the Medieval Period & Nuremberg. London: B. A. Seaby Ltd.

NARC-8703C6 MOUNT MEDIEVAL

A complete copper alloy flat Mount of Medieval to Post-Medieval date (AD 1350-1600). The object is a disc-shaped mount, circular in plan and flat in section. The object had three circular perforations in side to side with the central perforation being the largest. The upper face has an incised design composed of incised linear pattern. The decorative motif consists of an outer circular border with a now obscured geometric central motif. There are areas toward the inner portion of the border which retain repeated short lines. There are minor trace of gilding retained on the upper face. The back of the object is undecorated. Diameter: 24.04mm, Thickness: 1.04mm, Weight: 1.8gThe metal is mid-green in colour with a predominantly smooth patina.Although no direct comparison could be found for this object, it is likely to be a mount, possibly for a leather strap or belt (but possibly not a horse harness as the rivets do not seem substantial enough), or an item of furniture like a casket. Suggested date: c. AD 1350-1600.For similar see: https://finds.org.uk/database/artefacts/record/id/779168

LIN-86FF01 MOUNT MEDIEVAL

Late Medieval or early Post Medieval cast copper alloy mount in the form of a three dimensional moulded acorn on a sub-rectangular cross-sectioned stem. The acorn has a large, undecorated 'cup'. A stem, curving upwards protrudes from the bottom of the acorn and flares out to form a flattened, sub-rectangular fixing with two, worn, slightly concave knobs for attachment. Traces of white metal coating.It is 25.46 mm long, 10.75 mm wide and 8.71 mm thick' it weighs 4.59g.This mount is not paralleled in the usual sources. Similar objects recorded on the PAS database include SUSS-C25E98 which have a suggested date of late medieval to 16th century (c.AD 1350-1600)

NARC-86F340 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete copper alloy Rose Farthing of Charles I (AD 1625-1649). Rose type 4 (see Spink). Crowned rose reverse. Initial marks crescent/crescent Tower mint 1636-1644.Diameter: 13.62mm, Thickness: 1.12mm, Weight: 0.7gAs North Vol II, P 165, No 2291The coin is missing a small portion of its outer flan between 11-12 O’clock

NMS-86EF0B COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy  nummus of Constantius II, reverse GLORIA EXERCITVS 1 standard type, mintmark and further details illegible, AD335-7

NARC-86DEB5 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete silver Groat of Henry VIII (AD 1509-1547). Third coinage. Long cross fourceé over squares shield reverse. Initial Mark WS. Bristol Mint. AD 1546-1547Diameter: 25.28mm, Thickness: 0.93mm, Weight: 1.7g The coin is missing portions of its outer flan.

YORYM-86E71B BROOCH ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy Trumpet brooch of Roman date, c. AD 75 - 175. The head is ovate with a single incomplete centrally positioned integral lug to the reverse. The lug is worn and the pin and spring no longer remain.A circular sectioned bow extends from the front of the head widening slightly to a circular acanthus-type moulding. The bow continues below the moulding with a narrow circular section to terminate in a worn break.The metal has a mid-brown patina and is worn. The brooch is 38.9mm long, 12.7mm wide, 7.1mm thick and weighs 8.2g.Similar examples are illustrated in Hattatt, p.326, fig.185 and are dated to circa AD 75 - 175.Ref: Hattatt, R. (2000) A Visual Catalogue of Richard Hattatt's Ancient Brooches. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

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NMS-86E63E COIN ROMAN

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

NMS-86DEFC JETTON MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy jetton, French Medieval type, obverse probably AVE mARIA GRACIA type with crown, reverse arcuate long cross fleurry, uncertain legend in angles (+IE....SIR), 26mm, c.1380-1422

YORYM-86D852 SPINDLE WHORL MEDIEVAL

A complete lead spindle whorl of medieval to Post-Medieval date, c.AD 1200 - 1800. The spindle whorl is bi-conical with a central perforation running through it. Both surfaces are decorated with irregularly spaced raise lines radiating from the perforation. Varying numbers of raised pellets are present within each resulting cell. The metal has a dark grey/white patina and is worn. The spindle whorl is 30.7mm in diameter, 14mm thick and weighs 48.5g. The perforation is 9.6mm in diameter suggesting a medieval date as per the thicker spindles of this period (Walton Rogers, 1997, p.1731).Ref:Walton Rogers, P., 1997. Textile Production at 16-22 Coppergate (The Archaeology of York: The Small Finds) York: Council for British Archaeology.

NARC-86D0D2 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete silver Radiate of Uncertain Emperor (AD 260-296). Uncertain reverse type. Uncertain mint. Diameter: 13.73mm, Thickness: 1.41mm, Weight: 0.5g

YORYM-86CD17 SPINDLE WHORL MEDIEVAL

A complete lead spindle whorl of medieval to Post-Medieval date, c.AD 1200 - 1800. The spindle whorl is bi-conical with a central perforation running through it. Both surfaces are decorated with irregularly spaced raise lines radiating from the perforation. Varying numbers of raised pellets are present within each resulting cell. The metal has a light grey/white patina and is worn. The spindle whorl is 28.9mm in diameter, 12.6mm thick and weighs 36g. The perforation is 9.7mm in diameter suggesting a medieval date as per the thicker spindles of this period (Walton Rogers, 1997, p.1731).Ref:Walton Rogers, P., 1997. Textile Production at 16-22 Coppergate (The Archaeology of York: The Small Finds) York: Council for British Archaeology.

NMS-86C594 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of uncertain king, extremely worn, probably 4th coinage of Edward III, c.1351-77

NARC-86C444 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy Barbarous Minim Radiate of Uncertain Emperor (AD 275-285). Reece Period 14. Uncertain reverse type. Uncertain mint.Diameter: 9.12mm, Thickness: 1.55mm, Weight: 0.3gThe coin has been treated by the finder with an unidentified substance creating a gloss like patina

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Ancient Persian Art and Architecture

Persian art and architecture in the present day is associated with the nation of Iran and usually designated as beginning with the Achaemenid Empire (c. 550-330 BCE) but has an even longer history with its origins dating back to before the Persians arrived on the Iranian Plateau sometime in the 3rd millennium BCE. Persian art and architecture was influenced early on by the older civilizations...

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F031574

Divio / Dijon ; CIL: 13, 05592.; other literature: ILCV s. n. 3566; M. Provost - D. Périchon, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 297.

F031573

Divio / Dijon ; CIL: 13, 05592.; other literature: ILCV s. n. 3566; M. Provost - D. Périchon, in: M. Provost et al. (Hrsg.), La Côte-d'Or, Carte archéologique de la Gaule 21, 2, d'Allerey à Normier (Paris 2009) 297.

F017742

Antunnacum? / Andernach? ; CIL: 13, 07685; 13, 07685.; other literature: K. Zangemeister, WDZ 9, 1890, 209-210.

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HD081590 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Pistillus / et Quintus / et Maianus / Bellici f(ilii) / v(otum) s(olverunt) l(ibentes) l(aeti) m(erito)

HD081588 (Germania superior)

[Hic req]uiisci[t! in pa]/[ce bona]e m[emoriae ---] / [---] q[ui &

HD081587 (Germania superior)

[In hoc] tomolo(!) req[u]ie[scit] / [bon(a)e] memori(a)e Guntar[us? &?

HD081586 (Germania superior)

[In ho]c tomo/[lo!] req(u)i(e)s{i}cit / [bona]e memoriae / [---]ntiae q(u)i(!) vix(it) / [an]nus(!) XVII et / [me]nsis(!) VI // $]V[&

HD081585 (Germania superior)

Paulina Ianua(ris) (?)

HD081584 (Germania superior)

[D(is)] M(anibus) [&

HD081583 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) // Bellic[i? ---?]

HD081580 (Germania superior)

D(is) [M(anibus)] // A[&

HD081579 (Germania superior)

[---]us Druc(a)e f(ilius)

HD081578 (Germania superior)

M(onumentum?) Caratin[i ---]ii[---]ndus / ON NO

HD081577 (Germania superior)

D(is?) [M(anibus)?] / Ca[---] / DAC[---]

HD081335 (Germania superior)

Catius Aniugeni fil(ius)

HD081111 (Germania superior)

L(uci) Laeli / Sacri[&

HD079935 (Germania superior)

[---] sacr(um) / [---]mus / [---]QVI / [------]

HD079864 (Germania superior)

[C(aio) I]ul(io) C(ai) f(ilio) Fab(ia) Camil/[lo s]ac(erdoti) Aug(usti) mag(istro) / [trib(uno)] mil(itum) leg(ionis) IIII Maced(onicae) / [hast]a pura et cor(ona) aur(ea) / [dona]to a Ti(berio) Claud(io) Caes(are) / [Aug(usto) ite]r(um) cum ab eo evocatus / i[n Brita]nnia militasset Iul(ia) / C[a]milli fil(ia) Festilla / ex testamen(to)

HD079085 (Germania superior)

$] / [---?]Q[--]N[--- mil(es)] / leg(ionis) VIII [Aug(ustae)] / [b(ene)]f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) id(ibus) [---] / [M]uciano e[t Fabiano] // co(n)s(ulibus) v(otum) [s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)]

HD075182 (Germania superior)

Sab[ini ---]ilvini(?) mo(n)im(e)nt[um](?)