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November 19, 2018

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[Aberta]

A significant site, estimated at 150 hectares during the Sassanian period, contracting to 100 hectares during the Early Islamic-Sāmarrān period.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SF-2F372D COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy contemporary copy of a Roman radiate or nummus of uncertain emperor, dating to the period c. AD 260-402. Unknown reverse type depciting a figure standing. Reverse legend is illegible. Obverse depicts a bust right (top half of head illegible). Obverse legend illegible. Mint unknown. Mint mark illegible.

SF-2EEBE8 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman barbarbous radiate copying an uncertain emperor, dating to the period c. AD 275-285 (Reece Period 14). Probably copying a PAX reverse type. Reverse depicts a female figure (Pax?) standing left holding branch in right hand, left hand missing. Reverse legend is illegible. Obverse depicts a radiate bust right. Obverse legend is illegible. Mint unknown.

SF-2EDD29 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy Roman nummus of uncertain ruler, dating to the period c. AD 330-402. Unknown reverse type. Reverse is illegible. Reverse legend illegible. Obverse depicts a bust right. Obverse legend is illegible. Mint unknown. Mint mark illegible.

SF-2ED351 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy Roman nummus of uncertain ruler, dating to the period c. AD 330-402. Unknown reverse type. Reverse is illegible. Reverse legend illegible. Obverse depicts a bust right. Obverse legend is illegible. Mint unknown. Mint mark illegible.

SF-2EAF21 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy Roman nummus of Constantius II (AD 323-361), dating to the period c. AD 323-361 (Reece Periods 16-18). Unknown reverse type. Reverse is illegible. Reverse legend illegible. Obverse depicts a diademed bust right. Obverse legend reads: []ONSTAN-TIVS []. Mint unknown. Mint mark illegible.

SF-2EC973 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy Roman nummus of uncertain ruler, dating to the period c. AD 330-402. Unknown reverse type. Reverse is illegible. Reverse legend illegible. Obverse depicts a bust right. Obverse legend is illegible. Mint unknown. Mint mark illegible.

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Domesday Book

Domesday Book was a comprehensive survey and record of all the landowners, property, tenants and serfs of medieval Norman England which was compiled in 1086-7 CE under the orders of William the Conqueror (r. 1066-87 CE). The precise purpose of the enterprise is not known but the most likely reason was to determine who legally owned what land, to settle disputes of ownership and to measure income, particularly...

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SF-2EA2AD COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of uncertain ruler, dating to the period c. AD 330-402. Unknown reverse type. Reverse is illegible. Reverse legend illegible. Obverse depicts a laureate?, draped bust left. Obverse legend is illegible. Mint unknown. Mint mark illegible.

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WILT-2E92C4 COIN MEDIEVAL

A Medieval Silver penny, probably dating to AD 1351-1485. York mint.

SF-2E9035 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of uncertain ruler, dating to the period c. AD 330-402. Unknown reverse type. Reverse depicts a figure standing. Reverse legend illegible. Obverse depicts a bust right. Obverse legend is illegible. Mint unknown. Mint mark illegible.

KENT-2E7E05 PILGRIM BADGE MEDIEVAL

A cast and slightly worn copper-alloy Medieval pilgrim badge, likely dating to the 15th century.Description: The openwork design depicts St Roche or Rocco, a pilgrim saint. Shown robed, with a 'piglrim's' hat and travellers' staff. He lifts his robe to reveal his right leg where he suffers from a wound. He is also shown, as is common with a bag or purse at his waist. The reverse of the badge flat and there is the remains of a wire attachment loop in the centre.Measurements: Length: 21mm, width: 10 mm.10mm thick (including loop) and 1.7g in weight.Discussion: St. Roche is the patron saint of dogs and accused people and was often evoked against the plague. According to tradition he was expelled from the town of Piacenza in Italy after falling ill and upon finding shelter in the wood a local nobleman's dog tended to his wounds and brought him bread.A similar, but incomplete pilgrim badge, has been recorded from Dordrecht in the Netherlands (van Beuningen and Koldeweij 1993, 1990, no. 327), they however appear to be very rare in Britain. As of recording only seven others have so far been recorded on the PASdatabase GLO-756B25, PUBLIC-E91FAE, BUC-21D2E6, SF-739782, LVPL-6B1F98, SUR-3AEBC3 and SOMDOR905. The example discussed here however is set apart from the others as it has neither the dog or supplicant angel the other represent.

SF-2E833B COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of uncertain ruler, dating to the period c. AD 330-402. Unknown reverse type. Reverse is illegible. Reverse legend illegible. Obverse depicts a bust right. Obverse legend is illegible. Mint unknown. Mint mark illegible.

SF-2E71A1 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of uncertain ruler, dating to the period c. AD 347-387. Unknown reverse type depicting two Victories standing facing each other, holding wreaths. Could be either VICTORIAE DD AVGGQ NN (Reece Period 17) or VICTORIA AVGGG (Reece Period). Reverse legend is illegible. Obverse depicts a diademed, cuirassed bust right. Obverse legend is illegible. mint unknown. Mint mark is illegible.

SF-2E2324 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy Roman nummus of Gratian (AD 367-383), dating to the period c. AD 379-383 (Reece Period 20). VOT XV MVLT XX in wreath reverse type depciting a votive wreath inscribed [] / [] V / [] / XX. Obverse depicts a bust right. Obverse legend reads: []RAT[]-NVS []. Mint Lyon. Mint mark: LVGP. As LRBC vol. 2, page 52, no. 377.

WILT-2E3C2D UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT EARLY MEDIEVAL

An unidentified, incomplete copper alloy object of Early Medieval or Medieval date, probably dating to c. AD 750-1100. The object consists of a bar of copper alloy, plano-convex in cross-section and curving in profile, truncated at one end by an old break. The other end flares outwards in plan, forming a trapezoidal terminal. The juncture between the bar and terminal is moulded into a stylised three-dimentional representation of a zoomorphic head; with rounded sub-triangular ears, transverse ridges depicting eyes and a central longitudinal ridge along the snout - the trapezoidal terminal appearing to project from the animal's jaws. Dimensions: Length 54.1mm; width 13.7mm; thickness 11.0mm; weight 24.15g.This object forms part of a growing body of artefacts thought to date to the later Early medieval period on stylistic grounds, although their function, or a complete example, is yet to be identified. cf. LVPL-88DCD6, BERK-5B5B94, SWYOR-B436F5, HESH-A5C584, ESS-6D4527, NMS-7F8CD6, SF-A3F064, LEIC-2C7619. The most complete example listed here, NMS-7F8CD6, appears to bifurcate at the end opposite the terminal, precluding its use as a bracelet or bangle as has been suggested elsewhere.

OXON-2E2C38 COIN ROMAN

A collection of eleven copper alloy Roman nummi, mostly AE3s, of uncertain emperor and reverse type. The coins are too worn for further identification.

SF-2E094E COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman contemporary copy of a nummus of the House of Constantine (AD 306-364), dating to the period c. AD 355-361 (Reece Period 18). FEL TEMP REPARATIO reverse type depicting a soldier advancing left, spearing a fallen horseman. Reverse legend reads: [] REPAR[]. Obverse depicts a bust right. Obverse legendis illegible. Mint unknown. Mint mark illegible.

NMS-2E0BE5 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver groat of Elizabeth I, Tower, North 1986, extremely worn and initial mark illegible, 1558-61

NMS-2DEEE2 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of uncertain emperor, period of Constantius II to Magnentius, reverse, mintmark and further details illegible, pierced near edge, a small, neat piercing at 4 o'clock relative to the obverse, AD348-53

NMS-2DE7FA BROOCH IRON AGE

Fragment of copper alloy Iron Age / Roman Langton Down brooch. Broken cylindrical wings enclose the remains of the copper alloy spring with seven extant loops, pin missing. The upper end of the bow at the junction with the wings is convex. Bow decorated with multiple longitudinal grooves and ribs. Lower half of bow and catch-plate missing. Extant width 20mm. Extant length 19mm. c. AD 20-65.

NMS-2DE149 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of Magnentius, reverse Two Victories holding shield, mintmark and further details illegible, AD351-3

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Tulul Abu Jawan

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 91 F4 Tulul Abu Jawan

Opis

Opis was an ancient city of Babylonia located on the Tigris river close to the site of modern Baghdad.

Tell Bismaya

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 91 F4 Tell Bismaya

Tell Laham

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 93 B1 Tell Laham

Tulul Abu Fatas

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 93 B2 Tulul Abu Fatas

Tell Dhahiya

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 93 B1 Tell Dhahiya

Tell Mirza

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 93 B1 Tell Mirza

Tell Abu Khay

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 93 B1 Tell Abu Khay

Tell Bismaya

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 91 G5 Tell Bismaya

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King Egbert of Wessex

Egbert of Wessex (l. c. 770-839 CE, r. 802-839 CE; also given as Ecgberht, Ecbert) was the most powerful and influential king of Wessex prior to the reign of Alfred the Great (r. 871-899 CE). Egbert came to the throne at a time when the neighboring Kingdom of Mercia had dominated Wessex and controlled the sitting king Beorhtric (786-802 CE) through an alliance sealed by marriage. Egbert seems to have...

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PUBLIC-1E5F08 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

A late medieval cast copper alloy single loop oval buckle dating to c.1250-1400. The frame is oval in plan with an expanded barrel on the front edge that has three moulded transverse grooves across it. It has angular curved sides and moulded knops either side of the narrowed and offset strap bar. Length 16.8mm, width 20.0mm, thickness 4.6mm and weight 2.3g.See Whitehead (2003) Buckles 1250-1800 page 22, No 92.

CORN-0A6EBC RAPIER BRONZE AGE

Fragment of a cast copper alloy narrow rapier, rectangular in plan and lozenge-shaped in profile and section, with a raised broad mid-rib on both faces. The surface is heavily pitted and corroded on one side so that less of the dark brown patina survives. The cutting edges of the fragment are also jagged and damaged. The fragment dates from the Middle Bronze Age, but to be sure of its date, it will need more metallurgical analysis.Rohl and Needham (1998) illustrate some similar rapiers with broad mid-ribs on p.132, fig.34, nos.189-190, which are Group IV rapiers, and date from the Penard phase of metalwork, c.1275-1150 BC. Knight, Ormrod & Pearce (2015) illustrate rapiers with narrow blades and broad mid-ribs from Sennen in Cornwall and Exmouth in Devon on p.98, pl.25, nos.71 & 134.Dr Matt Knight's research has suggested that rapiers carried on in use over longer periods of time where early swords did not develop. This is true of Scotland, but also of the South West so it is possible to suggest that rapiers continued to be used in these areas into the Wilburton (c.1150-1020 BC) phase of the late Middle Bronze Age (Matt Knight pers comm).

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B016020

Henrotay, D.: À propos de l'inscription (ILB (2. Aufl.) 65) mentionnant un pagus dans la région d'Arlon.

B016019

Henrotay, D.: À propos de l'inscription (ILB (2. Aufl.) 65) mentionnant un pagus dans la région d'Arlon.

B016018

Henrich, P. - Krier, J.: Der römische vicus Ricciacus / Dalheim (Luxemburg).

B016017

Salinas, A.: Aperçu général de la ville antique de Grand.

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HD076319 (Belgica)

[------] // et deae / Avetae Tib(erius) Venus/[ti]us Vital(is) C(aius) Leusius / Giamissa M(arcus) Tongo/n[i]us Iul(---) Aivinius Los/sa Va[---]inius Varus / Annius Iarus Brit/tonius Hilarus / d(ono) d(ederunt)

HD065138 (Germania superior)

H(ic) q(uiescit) in p(ace) n(o)m(ine) Pauta an(norum) L(?)/VI d(ierum) XV titu(lum) p(osuerunt) Puasi / et Quito et Siggo / Boddi Ivio

HD051646 (Belgica)

[In honorem dom]us divinae et I[---] / Eponae / [--- i]nfra scribti(!) sunt // [---] Restitutus / [---]rinus / [--- Hermes] / [--- A]sclepius / [--- Eu]tropius / [---]us / [& // C(aius) Iulius Ammius / M(arcus) A[---]

HD050908 (Germania inferior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) et / Genio loci / T(itus) Farfenna / Ianuar(ius) b(ene)f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) / G(ermaniae) i(nferioris) s(ub) Aur(elio) Cal/endino |(centurione) leg(ionis) / XXX U(lpiae) pro se et / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD050907 (Germania inferior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Sex(tus) Seni/us Secun/dinus mil(es) / leg(ionis) I M(inerviae) p(iae) f(idelis) / b(ene)f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD025428 (Belgica)

Numinibus / Aug(ustorum) et Iunonib(us) / L(ucius) Martius / Gasculus v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD024615 (Belgica)

Matronis / M(arcus) Val(erius) Crescens eques leg(ionis) VI vic(tricis) / cornicularius / P(ubli) Abulli Lucull[i] / [&

HD021477 (Belgica)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) // [Nu]minib(us) August(orum) / [---]VIA[---]SA [pr]o(?) Gnatil(l)//a(?)

HD006163 (Germania inferior)

Croco(des) // [S]aturn[i] II[-]II diapso/ric(um) opob(alsamatum) ad clar(itatem) ocu(lorum)

HD004447 (Germania inferior)

Pulsator accipet(!) lamnas LXXX / imbrices murales n(umero) XX / quinos dodrantes n(umero) XX / sextum Kalandas(!) Augustas / Iustius Optatus accipet(!) / [------] / secundarias n(umero) [---] / lamnas n(umero) XII / imbrices n(umero) XXX / TTVSAVCVSTI / venit ad nos XV Kal(endas) / Augustas

HD004444 (Germania inferior)

Felicissimo saeculo d(omini) n(ostri) M(arci) / Antoni Gordiani Pii Fel(icis) / Invicti Aug(usti) et Sabiniae Tr/anquillinae Aug(ustae) coniug(is) / Aug(usti) n(ostri) Iul(ius) Mercurialis [prae]/fect(us) coh(ortis) I Fl(aviae) G[ordianae] / PRAE[---] / [&?

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B016016

Vipard, P.: Fragment d'inscription mentionnant une dédicace à la suite d'un songe.

November 18, 2018

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Kerchens’ka Protoka

Modern Ukrainian name.

Cimmerius Bosp(h)orus

A strait between the modern Black Sea and Sea of Azov.

Kerchenskiy Proliv

Modern Russian name.

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Pianabella

A large Christian basilica discovered in 1976 several hundred meters southeast of the Porta Laurentina of Ostia. The original phase dates to the end of the fourth century A.D.

Thermopolium

A dining establishment that served drinks and hot food in antiquity. There are several well-preserved wall paintings in the interior.

Thermopolium

A dining establishment that served drinks and hot food in antiquity. There are several well-preserved wall paintings in the interior.

Roman theater at Ostia

The Roman theater at Ostia was built under the patronage of Marcus Agrippa.

Tomb of Caius Cartilius Poplicola

The Tomb of Caius Cartilius Poplicola, dating to ca. 30-20 B.C., is a monumental tomb outside the Porta Marina of Ostia. Poplicola was a prominent citizen of Ostia.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

PUBLIC-FE6401 BUTTON POST MEDIEVAL

A post medieval cast copper alloy 'two piece' button of the Cinque Ports in Kent probably dating to c.1700-1850. Quite worn and corroded and missing the attachment loop on the rear. Obverse: a shield containing three lions passant with the rear of their bodies being the stern of ships. Crown above the shield and a scroll beneath with an inscription of CINQ PORTS. Reverse: plain and flat with the remains of an attachment loop. Diameter 26.7mm and weight 5.5g.

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Imagery location of Arch of Malborghetto

A fourth century AD tetrapylon arch at the intersection of the Via Flaminia and a road linking the Via Tiberina and Veii.

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Suasa

Suasa was the site of a Roman municipium in Umbria. It lies in the Piano Volpello along a road from Cales to Sena Gallica. Alaric razed the settlement in 409.

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Apollo Belvedere. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pius-Clementine Museum.

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Apollo Belvedere. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pius-Clementine Museum.

Marble.
Roman copy (c. 130—140 CE) in marble of a Greek bronze (c. 330—320 BCE), probably by Leochares.
Inv. No. 1015.

Apollo Belvedere. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pius-Clementine Museum

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Apollo Belvedere. Rome, Vatican Museums, Pius-Clementine Museum

Marble.
Roman copy (c. 130—140 CE) in marble of a Greek bronze (c. 330—320 BCE), probably by Leochares.
Inv. No. 1015.

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NMS-0434E5 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver profile bust groat of Henry VII. Pheon initial mark. London mint. North 1747. Circa AD1507-1509.

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location of forum

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Conimbriga

Conimbriga was a Celtic and Roman settlement in Portugal that was inhabited between the ninth century BC and the seventh century AD.

Aulutrene

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 62 D5 Aulutrene

Priene/‘Lince’?

Priene/‘Lince’? was an ancient Greek city of Ionia on an escarpment of Mycale Mons.

Lounda

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 65 B1 Lounda

Maeander (river)

The Maeander (modern Büyük Menderes River) is a river of Caria in southwestern Asia Minor.

Miletus

A major ancient city in Caria.

November 16, 2018

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Smyrna/Eurydikeia

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

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Kingscote

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 8 E3 Kingscote

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WAW-EF5322 BROOCH ROMAN

Roman brooch of Colchester derivative, Polden Hill (Mackreth 2011, Part 3, Group 3d, Plate 46, AD c. 50-400). The copper alloy brooch has semi-cylindrical wings with perforated wing caps. The wings are undecorated. The axis bar and spring are copper alloy, and there are five coils. The pin is incomplete. At the centre of the upper edge of the wings/bow head there is a perforated lug which supports the chord. The bowhead is hump-like in profile with a moulding on either side. The bow is sub semi-circular in section and tapers to a blunt foot. On the reverse there is a solid catchplate which is decorated in the centre of the 'fold' with two parallel grooves.The surface of the brooch has a mid grey-green patina.It measures 52.04mm in length, 15.03mm in width, and weighs 5.52g.The brooch is a Polden Hill type, Bayley and Butcher (2004:160) comment that the distribution of Polden Hill brooches are concentrated in the West Midlands. Mackreth classifies this type as Group 3c dating to AD c. 50 to 400.Bayley, J. and Butcher, S., 2004 Roman Brooches in Britain: A technological and Typological Study Based on the Richborough Collection London: Society of AntiquariesMackreth, D. F. 2011 Brooches in Late Iron Age and Roman Britain Volume 1 Oxford: Oxbow Books

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Kingdom of West Francia

The Kingdom of West Francia (843-987 CE, also known as The Kingdom of the West Franks) was the region of Central Europe that formed the western part of the Carolingian Empire of Charlemagne (Holy Roman Emperor 800-814 CE) known as Francia or the Kingdom of the Franks. The region was once part of the land known as Gaul and when the Roman Empire fell during the 5th century CE, was taken largely by...

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WAW-EED4B5 PIN ROMAN

Roman (1st to 4th centuries) copper alloy pin: The pin head is an asymmetrical bi-conical which tapers towards the integral pin shaft. The shaft protrudes from the base of the pin head and only a fragment remains. The break is not recent. The pin has a well developed dark green patina. The pin measures 12.26mm long, 8.87mm diameter. It weighs 2.72g.The pin probably dates to the Roman period. It falls into the Cool typology Group 1, a knob head type.Cool, H. 1990 'Roman Metal Hair Pins From Southern Britain' Archaeological Journal Volume 147 pp. 148-182.

WAW-EE8DB6 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval (mid 14th to early 15th century) buckle: The copper alloy buckle has an oval frame with an integral spacer. The frame, on the outer edge at the apex, has a small triangular integral protrusion with a notch for the pin. The upper surface of the frame is sub-D-shaped in section. Integral to the strap bar is a forked spacer. There are two arms to the spacer which taper to a broken edge. The pin is missing.The surface of the buckle frame has a light green patina.The buckle frame and spacer measures 20.43mm long and 15.22mm wide. It weighs 1.15g.Margeson (1993) illustrates a similar example, No. 137 and dates this to the 14th century. Egan and Pritchard (Egan and Pritchard 2002) illustrate similar buckles with integral spacers (Nos. 322 to 330) which are dated to the mid 14th to early 15th century.Egan G. and Pritchard F. 2002 Dress Accessories Boydell PressMargeson, S. 1993 Norwich Households: Medieval and Post Medieval Finds From Norwich Survey, Excavations 1971-78. East Anglian Archaeology 58

NMS-EE4FD5 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of Valentinian I, reverse GLORIA ROMANORVM type, mintmark and further details illegible, AD364-75

NMS-EE47B1 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummi (2), Constantinian or Valentinianic, utterly illegible, AD330-78

NMS-EE41D1 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of Constans, reverse VICTORIAE DD AVGG Q NN type, mintmark *//[...], AD341-8

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NMS-EE385F COIN ROMAN

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

NMS-EE31AB COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummi (3), House of Constantine, reverse GLORIA EXERCITVS 1 standard type, mintmark and further details illegible, AD335-41

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NMS-EE1E76 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of Constantine II, Lyons, reverse GLORIA EXERCITVS 2 standard type, mintmark [..]PLG, AD330-5

NMS-EE1412 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Edward IV, fragment, trefoil to right of neck, uncertain mint, worn, 1461-83

NMS-EDDA83 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver cut halfpenny of John, short cross class 5b-c, moneyer Ricard B of London, some wear, 1205-10

HESH-ED6B38 SPINDLE WHORL MEDIEVAL

Cast lead or lead alloy spindle whorl of Roman to Post Medieval date (1 - 1650 AD); most probably medieval date (AD 1300-1550). The spindle whorl is broadly circular in plan and a rounded rectangular shape in profile. The central hole is broadly circular and has been cast / set slightly off centre; it has an internal diameter of 9.6mm. The upper and lower faces are undecorated. The spindle whorl is a white colour with an even but eroded surface patina. Spindle whorls are used for a long period of time and as such are very difficult to date precisely without other evidence (such as pottery). This form is often attributed to the Medieval period although this example has a very high bi-convex profileThe whorl measures 31.7mm diameter, is 10.7mm thick. It weighs 68.80 grams

NMS-ED7FBA RING MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy stirrup-shaped finger-ring, most of D-sectioned hoop missing, oval bezel containing white paste for missing setting. Extant external diameter 20.5mm. Rings of this form were manufactured from the mid 12th to the 14th century (Egan and Pritchard, 1991, 326-7).

NMS-ED6F80 KNIFE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy sheet end-cap from whittle-tang knife, rectangular sheet plate, one end broken, with rectangular slot (8.5 x 1.5mm). Extant length 21.5mm. Width 16mm. 1.5mm thick. 14th-15th century.

DEV-ED56EB COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Post Medieval base silver groat of Edward VI in the name of Henry VIII dating to AD 1547 to 1551. Bust 6, minted at York. North (1991, 119 no. 1876

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NMS-ED3E9D COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver cut farthing of Henry III, Irish voided long cross, uncertain Dublin moneyer, worn, 1251-4

NMS-ED338A COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver cut halfpenny of Henry III, short cross class 7, uncertain London moneyer, worn, 1218-42

NMS-ED2B24 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver cut halfpenny of Henry III, voided long cross class 5, heavily clipped, uncertain moneyer, perhaps Ricard or Renaud of London, worn, 1251-72

NMS-ED2076 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver cut halfpenny of Henry III, voided long cross class 5, moneyer Walter of uncertain mint, heavily worn, 1251-72

NMS-ED15B8 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Edward I, class 10cf2, Durham, North 1041, worn, 1306-7

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Ruins of a small 6th-century temple dedicated to Artemis Knakeatis, located above the modern village of Mavriki in the mountainous site known as Psili Korphi (ca. 1100m). The temple was constructed in marble from the nearby Doliana quarries, rather than the usual limestone.

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Ruins of a small 6th-century temple dedicated to Artemis, located above the modern village of Mavriki in the mountainous site known as Psili Korphi (ca. 1100m). The temple was constructed in marble from the nearby Doliana quarries, rather than the usual limestone.

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Bayeux Tapestry

The Bayeux Tapestry shows in pictures the events leading up to the Norman conquest of Anglo-Saxon England by William the Conqueror, Duke of Normandy, and his defeat of King Harold Godwinson at the Battle of Hastings in 1066 CE. The tapestry, really an embroidery as the scenes are stitched not woven into the linen, was produced between 1067 and 1079 CE, most likely by embroiderers working in Canterbury...

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F016185

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; other literature: ILCV s. n. 4831A; K. Körber, MZ 4, 1909, 29, Nr. 45; Abb. 41 (Zeichnung); W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 92-94; Zeichnung.

F015771

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 11928.; other literature: W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 94-95; Zeichnung.

F015769

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 11925.; other literature: ILCV 4696; W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 88-90; Zeichnung.

F015768

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 11924.; other literature: ILCV 3094; W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 90-92; Zeichnung.

F015767

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 11922.; other literature: ILCV 4143; W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 85-87; Zeichnung.

F015766

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 11921.; other literature: W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 83-85; Zeichnung.

F014849

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06677a.; other literature: H.G. Frenz, Denkmäler römischen Götterkultes aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 4 (Mainz 1992) 76-77, Nr. 32; Tafel 29.

F014848

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06677a.; other literature: H.G. Frenz, Denkmäler römischen Götterkultes aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 4 (Mainz 1992) 76-77, Nr. 32; Tafel 29.

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HD078112 (Germania superior)

A // M // N // N // S // V // V // S // I // I // I(?) // I(?) // S // I(?) // N

HD078111 (Germania superior)

$] / [---]RIS[---] / [---]NE(?)[---] / [---]CA[---] / [---]VN[---] / [---]M[---] / [---]IM(?)[---] / [&

HD078110 (Germania superior)

Hic requie[scit i]/n pace nomi[ne ---]/tia qui(!) v[ixit a]/nno[s ---] / [&

HD078109 (Germania superior)

$]/ [--- anno]/s VI menses quin/que innox(!) pulc(h)er / carusque paren/tum(!)

HD078108 (Germania superior)

Hic quies[cit dul]/cis(s)imu[s filius?] / Victor q[ui vixit ---] / viro v et[---] / viro V II(?)[---] / [&

HD078107 (Germania superior)

$] / Ursus q[ui vix]/it in pace an/nus(!) III et men/sis(!) III filici/ter(!)

HD078106 (Germania superior)

Hic iacet(!) Saturnus vix(it) bene / vixit an(nos) IX / pius pa[ter pos(uit)]

HD078105 (Germania superior)

Rusticu[s puer fidel?]es(!) / qui vicsi[t! anno]s II / menses II di[es ---] / dulcis pare[nti]b[u]s

HD078101 (Germania superior)

|(centuria) Tert(i) / Curi

HD078066 (Germania superior)

In hunc(!) titulum(!) re/quiiscit(!) bene(!) memo/rius(!) Badegiselus / presbiter(!) qui vixit / in paci(!) annus(!) / XXXXX feliciter

HD077995 (Germania superior)

$](?) / [-]I(?)I(?)I(?)I(?)CI(?)I(?)O(?)I(?)[---]I(?)[---]I(?)[-] / requiiscit(!) Dructa/charius qui vixit in / pace annus(!) XXI / condita (h)oc tumulis / requiiscit(!) ossa se/pulchrum(!) (i?)bique tu/mulatus propriam / subteriacit(!) arce/m flivelis(!) evinit(!) me/serorum(!) corda pa/rentum eo(rum?) filius

HD077993 (Germania superior)

In hunc(!) titolo / requiiscit(!) Au/dolendis qui / vixit in pace / annus(!) III / filiciter(!)

HD077992 (Germania superior)

[I]n hunc(!) / tumolo(!) re/quiiscit(!) bene / memori(a)e / Ada[l]ha/rius qui / vixit in / pace a[n(nos)](?) / [&

HD076059 (Germania inferior)

$] / [---]RA[---] / [---] coniugi / dulcissimae et Egnatia / Libera sorori piissim(a)e / f(aciendum) c(uraverunt)

HD076056 (Germania inferior)

[D(is)] // M(anibus) // L(ucius) Cassius / Tacitus / Vernac(u)lo / f(ilio) vixit / diebus VIIII

HD075971 (Germania inferior)

Aurel(ius?) Se[---] / Aurel(ius?) V[---] / Aurel(ius?) A[---]

HD075969 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) Pompei{i}a / Dagania viva / sibi fecit et / Aureliae Urs(a)e / fil[iae ---]

HD075966 (Germania inferior)

C(aius) Avillius C(ai) l(ibertus) Epaphra / C(aius) Avillius Epaphrae l(ibertus) / Secundus / [--]vitas Avillia C(ai) l(iberta) / [tes]tamento fe[c(erunt)] / [sibi] et suis

HD075939 (Germania inferior)

Albaniae Avita[e coniugi] / incomparabili et Valeris / Avitiano et Gratinae fi/li(i)s dulcissimis obitis

HD075932 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / C(aio) Acutio / Sperato et / Petroniae / Iustinae

HD075564 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Iunius C(ai) f(ilius) / Cla(udia) Con/[cordia ---] / [&

HD061821 (Dalmatia)

Locus / sepultur(ae) / Sex(ti) Gavilli T(iti) f(ili) / in fr(onte) p(edes) XXV / in agr(o) p(edes) XXX

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[---]VIII[--]I / L(ucius) Veratius L(uci) f(ilius) / Cla(udia) Otho mil(es) / [l]eg(ionis) XI an(norum) XX / d(edicavit?)

HD060361 (Germania superior)

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HD056177 (Germania superior)

$] / [---]rius [P(ubli) f(ilius)] / [---]nus Lyc(---) / [--- le]g(ionis) XXI r(apacis) / [--- s]tip(endiorum) X / [&

HD056176 (Germania superior)

Q(uintus) Mar/cius Ba/lbus mi/ssicius / leg(ionis) XXI et / Celer f(ilius) eius / hic siti sunt

HD056148 (Germania superior)

Leg(io) XIIII g(emina) M(artia) v(ictrix) / coh(ors) I / |(centuria) P(ubli) Murrasi

HD054854 (Germania superior)

Deo Herculi / Victoria Martia / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aeta) m(erito) p(ro) [s]e et Ingena

HD054799 (Germania superior)

Fortu<n>ae Reg(inae) / duci MA[-]NAE coh(ortis) / II pr(aetoriae) p(iae) v(indicis) [[Maximinia]]/nae cura(m) agent(ibus) / |(centurionibus) coh(ortis) s(upra) s(criptae) mil(itum) Bri(ttonum) / et [[Osrhoenor(um)]] I / BOPTO[-]BONVAE / VREC[---]NOVEN / F[---]inte / [---]atia / [a]ram [po]suit / [de su]o pro salute eo/rum

HD052640 (Dalmatia)

Aure/lius // Ma/ximus / Pantadie/[nus]

HD052630 (Dalmatia)

D(is) [M(anibus)] / Ande[s ---] / P(?)OP(?)I(?)[---] / [&

HD039319 (Germania superior)

[---]LMNPQRSTVX / [---]O(?)[---]X / [------] / [------] / [------] / [------] // [---]LMNOPQRSTVX

HD032499 (Germania superior)

Marti Victo/riae Fortun(ae) / Tertinius / Senecio mil(es) / leg(ionis) XXII Pr(imigeniae) p(iae) f(idelis) / [b(ene)]f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) Imp(eratore) / Severo II et / Albino Cae/sare II co(n)s(ulibus)

HD032496 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) Marti Genio Victor/iae signif(eri) ob immunitatem om/nem eis concessam a vicanis / veteribus consistentibus C/astel(lo) Mattiac(orum) Nov[i]anius Mo/getius Ianuarius Perp[etuus] D[o?]mati/us Bodico Seglatius S[tatutu]s A[tessan?]i(us) / Montanus Senecianius Flor[e]ntinus Marti/onius Fortio Cossius Ner[ti]nus Nertini/us Quintus Germanus Ibliae Isido/rius Severus Clau[di]us Firmu[s] / Giamonius Adiuto[r Iustu]s Censorin[i]

HD027709 (Germania superior)

Hic [q]ui<e>scet in pace matro/na n[o]mene(!) Remic/o simul cum / filis su[i]s Duccioni et Der/sto Dadilo [cu]m filiis s{i}uis / tetulu(m)(!) posuerunt

HD024375 (Dalmatia)

Sentonae / sacrum / Tullia Fusca / v(otum) s(olvit)

HD004097 (Baetica)

P(ublius) Frontin<i>us / Sciscola / medicus c(olonorum) c(oloniae) P(atriciae) / h(ic) s(itus) e(st) s(it) t(ibi) t(erra) l(evis)

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NMS-DA4C44 VESSEL MEDIEVAL

Incomplete medieval to post medieval foot from a cooking vessel such as a cauldron dating to the period c. AD 1200 - 1700. The foot is trapezoidal in cross-section with a central mid-rib and terminates in an old break above and below. It exhibits heavy traces of sooting.The vessels to which these were attached were usually of a tripod form and were widely used from circa AD 1200-1700 for serving and cooking. Butler and Green (2003) 15, state 'there is evidence that (cast copper alloy) metal cooking vessels became increasingly common during the 13th and 14th centuries'. While certain specialist cast copper alloy vessels such as skillets remained in use for longer, 'bronze cauldrons in general seem to have been superseded in the early years of the 18th century by cast iron which were cheaper to make and more durable' (ibid; 22).

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Battle of Tricamarum

The Battle of Tricamarum (533 CE) was the second and last major battle of the Vandalic War (533 – 534 CE). The battle was fought between the forces of the Byzantine Empire under the leadership of the general Belisarius (500 – 565 CE) and the king of the Vandals Gelimer (480 – 550 CE). This conflict took place directly west, approximately 50 km, of the Byzantine-occupied Vandal capital...

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LANCUM-D8E2AC COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver medieval hammered penny of Edward I or II, dating to 1300 - 1310 AD. Blunt 4c, mint of Berwick-upon-Tweed. Obverse of forward-facing bust with bifoliate crown; EDWA R ANGL DNS hYB. Slightly counter-struck reverse of long-cross pattee with three pellets in corners; VILL/A B[E]/REV/VICI. The coin is 17.93mm in diameter, 0.80mm in thickness and weighs 1.13g.

LANCUM-D95776 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver medieval hammered penny of Edward III, dating to 1343/4 - 1351 AD. Third or 'florin' coinage, mint of York. Obverse of forward-facing bust; [ED]WA[......]. Reverse of long-cross pattee with central quatrefoil and three pellets in corners; CIVI/TAS/[.../...]. The coin is 16.58mm in diameter, 0.58mm in thickness and weighs 0.66g.Spink (2008) no. 1556.

NMS-DA18A6 JETTON POST MEDIEVAL

Worn copper alloy Nuremberg jetton issued by Hans Krauwinckel II dating to the period c. AD 1586 - 1635. Rose/orb type. GOTES REICH BLEIBT EWICK reverse type. See: Mitchener, M, 1988, p. 441 - 442, nos. 1540 - 1552.

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IOW-D7FC14 COIN MEDIEVAL

An incomplete Medieval silver penny of Alexander III of Scotland (1249-1286). Second Coinage, c. 1280-1286. Class E2/M mule: incurved lettering on the obverse and 24 points on the reverse.Obverse: +ALEXAN[DER DE]I G[R]A; Crowned bust with sceptre left.Reverse: [REX]/SCO/TO[R]/V[M]; Long cross dividing the inscription with a mullet of six points in each quadrant.Diameter: 18.5mm. Weight: 0.96g. DA=12:4.

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NMS-D93DD4 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy oval buckle frame with a rectangular-sectioned offset, narrowed bar with copper alloy wire pin and a straight ornate outside edge, recessed with pin-groove and flaked by two prominant angled knops. Cf. broadly similar types in Egan and Pritchard 1991, nos. 292 and 302. Length 24mm. Width 24mm. 13th - 14th century.

NMS-D9280B BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy double-looped buckle frame, just under half extant, face with worn traces of foliar ornament. Length 38.5mm. Width 34mm. Cf. Whitehead nos.422. mid 16th - mid 17th century.

IOW-D7E861 COIN MEDIEVAL

A clipped and worn Medieval silver penny of Richard II (1377-1399), minted at York (North 1991: 63, ref: 1329, possibly 1329g.Obverse: [RICAR]D REX AnGLlE; Crowned bust facing with a bifoliate crownReverse: CIVI/TAS/EBO/[RACI]; Long cross dividing the inscription with three pellets in each quadrant, quatrefoil at centre of cross.Diameter: 15.9mm. Weight: 0.87g. DA=12:9.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.This coin has been kindly identified by Mr Carl Savage.

NLM-D6B549 POT MEDIEVAL

Pottery. Coal Measures White Ware with a ?splashed green-brown external glaze; body sherd, fiercely abraded. This sherd was kindly identified by Wallace Collyer of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Suggested date: Medieval, 1200-1500.Weight: 8.30gms

NLM-D6BE68 POT ROMAN

Pottery. Eight Greyware body sherds, fiercely abraded. These sherds were kindly identified by Helen Fry and Sandra Firth of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Fiercely abraded.Suggested date: Roman, 43-410.Combined Weight: 86.34gms

NLM-D6C5AF POT MEDIEVAL

Pottery. Coal Measures White Ware, a markedly everted rim sherd from a large jar. This sherd was kindly identified by Wallace Collyer of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Suggested date: Medieval, 1200-1500.Weight: 28.35gms

NLM-D6CF61 POT POST MEDIEVAL

Pottery. A hard fired fine dark red fabric with a thick glossy black internal glaze; base sherd with foot ring. This sherd was kindly identified by Helen Fry and Sandra Firth of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Suggested date: Post-Medieval, 1800-1900.Weight: 19.25gms

NLM-D6D64C POT ROMAN

Pottery. Greyware; two sherds from basal angles. These sherds were kindly identified by Helen Fry and Sandra Firth of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Fiercely abraded. Suggested date: Roman, 43-410.Combined Weight: 27.44gms

NLM-D6DCE2 POT MEDIEVAL

Pottery. A tiny scrap of reduced fabric with green glaze adhering. Suggested date: Medieval, 1200-1500. This sherd was kindly identified by Wallace Collyer of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Suggested date: Medieval, 1200-1500.Weight: 0.69gms

NLM-D6E71A POT ROMAN

Pottery. Greyware; rim sherd from a flanged dish. This sherd was kindly identified by Helen Fry and Sandra Firth of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Fiercely abraded. Suggested date: Roman, 100-410.Weight: 20.82gms

NMS-D897E7 FURNITURE FITTING ROMAN

Roman furniture stud or mount, slightly flattened globular (diameter 17mm) with collar at base containing a corroded fragment of an inserted sub-rectangular sectioned iron shank. Length (excluding iron shank) 15mm. c.AD 43-409.

NMS-D7E9E9 BROOCH ROMAN

Incomplete Roman copper alloy Colchester derivative, rear hook brooch, Mackreth (2011) Type CD RH . Worn and corroded, broken rear-hook, stumps of C-sectioned wings. The face of the rectangular-sectioned bow has traces of longitudinal grooves, much of surface corroded and missing. Catchplate missing. Length 39mm. Extant wingspan 12mm. c.43 - c.65 AD.

GLO-D7E498 BROOCH ROMAN

A copper alloy Roman Large T-shaped brooch. Tubular wings hold the pin axis bar, there is a slot in the centre of the wings at the rear for the pin, only the top of the remains. The head of the bow has a central ridge with bevelled sides which runs down to a mounded knee, below the leg narrows with two rectangular cells on the front, a closed catch plate on the reverse and small knop foot on the bottom.

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NMS-D78D26 BEAD ROMAN

Probable Roman cast copper alloy annular bead, central perforation, sides slightly thickening at one end. External diameter 9-10mm, length/thickness 6mm. Weighs 1.59g. In Norfolk metal beads (usually copper alloy) have been found in loose association with concentrations of Romano-British material, though none comes from a sealed, datable, context. c.43-409 AD.

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Frontovoye, Ukraine, is included as a numbered site in the Barrington Atlas (87 I2 6). It was assigned the number 6.

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NMS-D6C5D4 VESSEL MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy rim fragment from a cooking vessel of medieval to post medieval date (c. AD 1300 - 1700). The fragment probably derives from a cooking vessel such as a cauldron, posnet or skillet. It exhibits a slightly out-turned rim and a logitudinal ridge on the exterior face. Thick traces of sooting on the exterior face. All breaks are worn.See: Butler, R., Green, C. and Payne, N. 2009 'Cast copper-alloy cooking vessels' Finds Research Group AD700-1700 Datasheet 41 Egan G. 1998 The Medieval Household Daily Living c. 1150-c.1450 Museum of London, London, The Stationary OfficeWeight: 35g.

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South Gaulish sigillata with barbontine decoration. Römisch-Germanisches Museum Köln

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A miniature portrait in bronze of Antoninus Pius (138-161 AD).
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The Armies of the Crusades

The armies of the Crusades (11th-15th centuries CE), which saw Christians and Muslims struggle for control of territories in the Middle East and elsewhere, could involve over 100,000 men on either side who came from all over Europe to form the Christian armies and from all over western Asia and North Africa for the Muslim ones. The Christians had the advantage of disciplined and well-armoured knights...

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Tiberiadis Mare/Gennesar Lacus

The Sea of Galilee, also known as the Sea of Tiberias, is the largest freshwater lake in Israel.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Heptapegon

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 69 C4 Heptapegon

Kefar Nahum/Kapharnaoum

Kefar Nahum/Kapharnaoum was a Hasmonean village located on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F038408

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06825.; other literature: W. Brambach, Corpus inscriptionum Rhenanarum (Elberfeld 1867) 237, Nr. 1288; F. Haug, Die römischen Denksteine des Grossherzoglichen Antiquariums in Mannheim (Konstanz 1877) 37, Nr. 43; W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 223-224, Nr. 111; Tafel 82, 111.

F038407

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06825.; other literature: W. Brambach, Corpus inscriptionum Rhenanarum (Elberfeld 1867) 237, Nr. 1288; F. Haug, Die römischen Denksteine des Grossherzoglichen Antiquariums in Mannheim (Konstanz 1877) 37, Nr. 43; W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 223-224, Nr. 111; Tafel 82, 111.

F038406

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06773.; other literature: W. Boppert, Zivile Grabsteine aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 6 (Mainz 1992) 65-67, Nr. 8; Taf. 12.

F038405

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06773.; other literature: W. Boppert, Zivile Grabsteine aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 6 (Mainz 1992) 65-67, Nr. 8; Taf. 12.

F038404

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06773.; other literature: W. Boppert, Zivile Grabsteine aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 6 (Mainz 1992) 65-67, Nr. 8; Taf. 12.

F038403

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06773.; other literature: W. Boppert, Zivile Grabsteine aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 6 (Mainz 1992) 65-67, Nr. 8; Taf. 12.

F038402

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06773.; other literature: W. Boppert, Zivile Grabsteine aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 6 (Mainz 1992) 65-67, Nr. 8; Taf. 12.

F038401

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06773.; other literature: W. Boppert, Zivile Grabsteine aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 6 (Mainz 1992) 65-67, Nr. 8; Taf. 12.

F038400

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06773.; other literature: W. Boppert, Zivile Grabsteine aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 6 (Mainz 1992) 65-67, Nr. 8; Taf. 12.

F038399

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06773.; other literature: W. Boppert, Zivile Grabsteine aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 6 (Mainz 1992) 65-67, Nr. 8; Taf. 12.

F038398

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06773.; other literature: W. Boppert, Zivile Grabsteine aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 6 (Mainz 1992) 65-67, Nr. 8; Taf. 12.

F038397

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06773.; other literature: W. Boppert, Zivile Grabsteine aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 6 (Mainz 1992) 65-67, Nr. 8; Taf. 12.

F038396

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06773.; other literature: W. Boppert, Zivile Grabsteine aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 6 (Mainz 1992) 65-67, Nr. 8; Taf. 12.

F038395

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06899.; other literature: W. Brambach, Corpus inscriptionum Rhenanarum (Elberfeld 1867) 222, Nr. 1181; F. Haug, Die römischen Denksteine des Grossherzoglichen Antiquariums in Mannheim (Konstanz 1877) 38, Nr. 45; E. Gropengießer, Römische Steindenkmäler (Mannheim 1975) 9-10, Nr. 9; Taf. 9; W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 187-198, Nr. 82; Tafel 66, 82; K. Matijević, MZ 106/107, 2012, 330; Abb. 2 (Zeichnung).

F038394

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06899.; other literature: W. Brambach, Corpus inscriptionum Rhenanarum (Elberfeld 1867) 222, Nr. 1181; F. Haug, Die römischen Denksteine des Grossherzoglichen Antiquariums in Mannheim (Konstanz 1877) 38, Nr. 45; E. Gropengießer, Römische Steindenkmäler (Mannheim 1975) 9-10, Nr. 9; Taf. 9; W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 187-198, Nr. 82; Tafel 66, 82; K. Matijević, MZ 106/107, 2012, 330; Abb. 2 (Zeichnung).

F038393

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06899.; other literature: W. Brambach, Corpus inscriptionum Rhenanarum (Elberfeld 1867) 222, Nr. 1181; F. Haug, Die römischen Denksteine des Grossherzoglichen Antiquariums in Mannheim (Konstanz 1877) 38, Nr. 45; E. Gropengießer, Römische Steindenkmäler (Mannheim 1975) 9-10, Nr. 9; Taf. 9; W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 187-198, Nr. 82; Tafel 66, 82; K. Matijević, MZ 106/107, 2012, 330; Abb. 2 (Zeichnung).

F038392

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06727.; other literature: W. Brambach, Corpus inscriptionum Rhenanarum (Elberfeld 1867) 236-237, Nr. 1281; F. Haug, Die römischen Denksteine des Grossherzoglichen Antiquariums in Mannheim (Konstanz 1877) 58-60, Nr. 86; K. Zangemeister, WDZ 11, 1892, 318, Zeichnung; M.-T. Raepsaet-Charlier, in: M. Dondin-Payre - M.-T. Raepsaet-Charlier (Hrsg.), Cités, municipes, colonies. Les processus de municipalisation en Gaule et en Germanie sous le Haut Empire romain (Paris 1999) 348.

F038391

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06727.; other literature: W. Brambach, Corpus inscriptionum Rhenanarum (Elberfeld 1867) 236-237, Nr. 1281; F. Haug, Die römischen Denksteine des Grossherzoglichen Antiquariums in Mannheim (Konstanz 1877) 58-60, Nr. 86; K. Zangemeister, WDZ 11, 1892, 318, Zeichnung; M.-T. Raepsaet-Charlier, in: M. Dondin-Payre - M.-T. Raepsaet-Charlier (Hrsg.), Cités, municipes, colonies. Les processus de municipalisation en Gaule et en Germanie sous le Haut Empire romain (Paris 1999) 348.

F037074

Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium / Köln ; CIL: 13, 08312.; other literature: G. Alföldy, in: EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 186, Nr. 62; B. Galsterer - H. Galsterer, Die römischen Steininschriften aus Köln (Köln 1975) 63-64, Nr. 256; Taf. 56, 256; B. Galsterer - H. Galsterer, Die römischen Steininschriften aus Köln, IKöln (2. Aufl.) (Mainz 2010) 307, Nr. 366; Fotos.

F035331

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten, Rheinufer Wardt-Lüttingen ; AE: 1977, 0570.; other literature: M. Clauss, in: EpStud 11 (Köln 1976) 37-38, Nr. 60; Taf. 17, 4.

F016181

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; other literature: ILCV 3569; K. Körber, MZ 4, 1909, 26, Nr. 39; Abb. 35 (Zeichnung); W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 68-71; Zeichnung.

F015795

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 07204.; other literature: ILCV 3596; W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 78-80; Zeichnung.

F015765

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 11920.; other literature: ILCV 4734; W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 51-56; Zeichnung.

F015764

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 11920.; other literature: ILCV 4734; W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 51-56; Zeichnung.

F015763

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 11919.; other literature: ILCV 3544; W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 47-49; Zeichnung.

F015762

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 11919.; other literature: ILCV 3544; W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 47-49; Zeichnung.

F015761

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 11919.; other literature: ILCV 3544; W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 47-49; Zeichnung.

F015760

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 11918.; other literature: ILCV 3312; W. Boppert, Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes (Mainz 1971) 63-67; Zeichnung.

F004681

Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium / Köln ; other literature: H. Nesselhauf - H. Lieb, BRGK 40, 1959, 205, Nr. 231;B. Galsterer - H. Galsterer, Die römischen Steininschriften aus Köln, IKöln (2. Aufl.) (Mainz 2010) 433-434, Nr. 555; Foto.

F004384

Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium / Köln ; CIL: 13, 08312.; other literature: B. Galsterer - H. Galsterer, Die römischen Steininschriften aus Köln, IKöln (2. Aufl.) (Mainz 2010) 307, Nr. 366; Fotos.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B015692

Boppert, W.: Die frühchristlichen Inschriften des Mittelrheingebietes.

B015652

Willer, S.: Römische Grabbauten des 2. und 3. Jahrhunderts nach Christus im Rheingebiet.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD078096 (Raetia)

$] / [---]CL(?)[---] / [---]I(?)V [---] / [---]II(?)[---] / [&

HD078095 (Germania superior)

[---]BOR(?)[---?]

HD078092 (Germania superior)

Hic requi/iscit(!) bene(!) / memorius(!) / Pertram/mus a/b(b)a(s) qui vix/sit(!) in pace / annus(!) / XXXIIIIII

HD078091 (Germania superior)

Primitivos(!) f(ecit) // Vitalis

HD078090 (Germania inferior)

[Ve]ratio Iu[---] / [--]t(?)at(?)i(?)ae V[---]/[---] Vera[ti---] / [&

HD078089 (Germania superior)

In hac(!) tomulo(!) // requiiscit(!) bo/n(a)e memori(a)e / Panto qui vi/xit annu/s(!) fig<in>ti(!) et / IIIII obiet(!) in p/ace fe[li]/cit[er]

HD078088 (Raetia)

Mati[---]

HD078086 (Germania inferior)

$] / [---]D[--] / [---]MAN[-] / [---]nius Tit/[---]tius Senec[-]/[---]tius MaI(?)[-]/[---]VICTVDVI(?)[--] / [---] Tertius [--]/[---] v(otum) s(olverunt) l(ibentes) m(erito)

HD078084 (Germania superior)

Ianuari // Toccinus f(ecit)

HD078083 (Germania superior)

Crispin[us] posuit titulum / dulcissim(a)e coniugi suae / Maur(a)e qui(!) d[e]cretum ge/nesi[s] conplevit(!) quod fui/[m]us(!) uno con[i]ugio men/ses X et dies XXVII qui(!) vix[it a]nnis / XVII et menses VIIII et dies XX / hunc titulum posuit Cris/pinus coniugi suae Maurae / in Chr(ist)o Ie(s)u

HD078082 (Germania inferior)

$] / [---? Fel?]ici [---] / [--- so?]ror [---] / [---]i(?)ae(?) C(?)[---] / [&

HD078080 (Germania inferior)

[Di]s M[anibus] / [&

HD078079 (Germania superior)

Eburo f(ecit) // MP R

HD078078 (Germania superior)

$]/lindis / filia Ve/landu(!) / et Thu/delindi(!) / qui(!) vixit / in pace a/<n>(no)s XII

HD078077 (Germania superior)

Tumolant(!) hic mar/mora cultum Leute/gondes(!) in albis rap/ta(e) q(uius)(!) an(i)ma in pace Chr(ist)i / quiescit con<di>derunt / hoc titulum(!) pater et <mater> os/sa piis(s)imi M(?)A

HD078076 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / et I(unoni) R(eginae) / sacrum / [---]I B / [---]O(?)RI(?)[--] / [&

HD078075 (Germania superior)

Hic quiesc[it in pac]e Leon/cia(!) qu(a)e vixi[t anno]s LXVIII / beata requ[i---]ae / hic quiesci<t> in [pace ---]iova / qu(a)e vixit ann[os --- d]ies X(?) [be?]/ata requie<sc>it RO(?)[---]ES / die Veneres(!) (h)or[a---] de/lexit Domeno(!) [---]F(?) / dignatus est uno titu[lo ---]

HD078074 (Germania superior)

$] / [--- requi]/iscit(!) bone(!) / memorius(!) // Landulfus / [------] / [&?

HD078073 (Germania superior)

[In hu]nc(!) s(e)pul(c)hro(!) / [re]q(u)iiscit(!) Gen/N(?)arius q(u)i vixxit(!) / a(n)nus(!) XXV[---]

HD078072 (Germania superior)

Volcano / aram / coh(ors) I Bitur(igum) / eq(uitata) [cu]r(avit)

HD078071 (Germania superior)

$] / [--]I(?) d[u]lcissi[mo?] / mater Optova[lda?] / [f]ilio Forando [qui] / natus est pos[t] / trans{s}ito(!) pat[ris]

HD078070 (Germania superior)

Bonosus dulcis/[s]imus adque(!) ama/ntissimus filiu/s qui vix[i]t / [&

HD078069 (Germania superior)

[Apol]lini(?) / [--]ictaus / [---]I[---] / [------?]

HD078068 (Germania superior)

Mercurio / L(ucius) Cassius Manius / |(centuria) Aemili Serani / milis(!) leg(ionis) I / adiutricis / v(otum) s(olvit) l(aetus) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD078067 (Germania superior)

Minervae / Val(erius) Perimus / arc(hitectus) c(o)ho(rtis) et / Vit{t}alis lap{p}/idari(us) ex vot{t}o / et sui lap{p}idar(ii)

HD078065 (Germania superior)

$?] // aram Her/cul(is) invi(cti) / dei et

HD078064 (Germania superior)

Hic magna clauduntur m[embra](?) / Ancarati qui summis virib[us ---] / caritas benigna in pio pect[ore] / [&

HD078001 (Germania superior)

In hunc(!) / tumulum(!) re/quiiscit(!) / puella nu/mine(!) Mune/trudis / qui(!) vixsit(!) / annus(!) XXI

HD077999 (Germania superior)

H(ic) iacet Florent(ius?) / milix(!) vixit / an(n)os viginti / et VI mensis(!) III

HD077996 (Germania superior)

In hunc(!) tito/lo(!) requiiscit(!) / bon(a)e memori/(a)e Radelindi/s qui(!) vixit in / pace annu/s(!) XXV

HD077994 (Germania superior)

In hunc(!) titolo(!) re/quiiiscit(!) bon(a)e memo/riae Bertisindis qui(!) / vixxit(!) an(n)us(!) XX Rando/aldus qui vixxit an/nus(!) trig(inta)(?) [felic]e/ter(!)

HD077517 (Germania superior)

[---]PALID(?)[---]

HD076364 (Germania inferior)

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

HD076239 (Germania inferior)

$?] / [---]VB[---]R[---] / [---]nia Gavesa / [--- mat]er infelix / [filio?] pientissimo / [s(it)] t(ibi) t(erra) l(evis)

HD076208 (Germania inferior)

Ossa / Verecundiniae / filiae suaviss/imae {h}ave vale

HD076140 (Germania inferior)

[D(is)](?) // [M(anibus)](?) // C(aio) Messuleno C(ai) l(iberto) / Iuveni / [&

HD076138 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Messor(ius) / Gemellin(us) / Ursae fil(iae) / obitae fec(it) / vix(it) an(num) m(enses) VI / et Olugniae Poppae co(n)i(ugi)

HD076065 (Germania inferior)

Genialiniae / Iuliae coniugi / et Valeri(a)e V[er(a)e] / filiae ob[itae]

HD075968 (Germania inferior)

D(is) // M(anibus) // Traianiae Herodianae / coniugi incomparab(i)li / Aur(elius) Turius Seneca / bene de se meritae

HD075933 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) P(ublio) (A)elio / Germanioni / Adiutorinia / Marcella / co(n)iiugi(!) obito / fecit

HD075918 (Germania inferior)

Sex(to) Haparo/nio Iustino / negot(i)ato/ri seplasia/rio fratres / fac(iendum) cur(averunt)

HD075903 (Germania inferior)

Bellae Von/uci f(iliae) Remae / Longinus / vir illaeius(!) / fecit pie

HD075879 (Germania inferior)

Horus Pabec/i f(ilius) proreta Al/exsandrin/us(!) ex classe / ann(orum) LX milit/avit ann(os) [---] / [&

HD075876 (Germania inferior)

C(aius) Iulius C(ai) Gale/ria Bacc(h)us Lugu/duni mil(es) coh(ortis) I Th/racum ann(orum) XXXIIX / stip(endiorum) XV Antistius / Atticus et Bassius / Communis h(eredes) f(aciendum) c(uraverunt)

HD075861 (Germania inferior)

Longinus Biarta Bisae f(ilius) / Bessus eq(ues) alae Sulp(iciae) an(norum) XXXXVI / d[e suo] f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD075406 (Germania inferior)

Mercurio Iul(iae) / Terti(a) et Nativa / v(otum) s(olverunt) l(ibentes) m(erito)

HD075349 (Germania inferior)

Iovi O(ptimo) M(aximo) / [& // I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / M(arcus) Flav(i)nius Fa/talis et S/ecundinia / Paterna pro / se et suis m(erito)

HD075345 (Germania inferior)

Pro salute Imp(eratorum) n(ostrorum) / I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / ceterisque Diis / et Genio loci / M(arcus) Verecundini/us Simplex |(centurio) leg(ionis) XXX Ulp(iae) curam / agens strato/rum et peditum / singularium co(n)s(ularis) / v(otum) s(olvit) m(erito) l(ibens) l(aetus) / Macrino et Ce<l>so co(n)s(ulibus)

HD075339 (Germania inferior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / L(ucius) Baebius / Senecio

HD075337 (Germania inferior)

[I(ovi)] O(ptimo) M(aximo) / L(ucius) Aemilius / Carus leg(atus) / Aug(usti)

HD075103 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) C(aius) Iul(ius) Maternus / vet(eranus) ex leg(ione) I M(inervia) viv(u)s sibi / et Mari(a)e Marcellinae / co(n)iiugi(!) dulcissim(a)e / castissim(a)e obitae f(ecit) // D(is) M(anibus) // Liberalinio / Probino tribuno / q(uondam) praetoriano et / Liberaliniae q(uondam) Pro/binae filiae e{i}ius Bar/barinia Accepta m/arito et filiae obitis

HD036517 (Germania superior)

[I(ovi)] O(ptimo) [M(aximo)] // [i(n) h(onorem)] d(omus) d(ivinae) / [vet(erani) coh(ortis)] XXIIII / [vol(untariorum) c(ivium) R(omanorum) ---] / [& // $]/ Urs[---] / Aug[---] / M(arcus) [---] / De[nti]lius VI[---] / [& // $] REI[---] / [Epit]hynca[nus?] / [& // $] / Q(uintus)(?) [---] / SI[---] / C(aius) Iu[---] / Sex(tus)(?) Iu[---] / [& // $] / [---]S / [---]us / [& // $] / [---]S / [---]nus / [---]er / [---]todius(?) / [& // $] / C(aius)(?) Mu[---] / [---]T(?)[---] / [& // $] / [---]E(?)[---] / [---]LLIB(?)[---] / [&

HD023837 (Germania superior)

In (h)unc(!) tum/ulo (r)equiisci/[t](!) bene(!) memo/rio(!) Gaereho/ldus qui vix/[it] in pace a[n(nos)] / [&

HD020287 (Germania inferior)

[H]erculi Mag(usano) / Ulp(ius) Agilis Vad/ul(lius?) Victor / [V]al(erius) Placidu[s] / [--]n(?)(---) Hedinius H[-]/[-]asvo(?) Amabilin(us) / [--]I(?)[---]V[-]M[-] / [--]I(?)[---]OI(?)[-]N[--] / [-]ius Vo[---]

HD009673 (Pannonia superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / sac(rum) / [---]vI(?)gis / [sta]tor / [pra]ef(ecti) / [al(ae) I C]an/[nanefat(ium)] Sev(erianae) / [v(otum) s(olvit)] l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito) / Maximo / [Pate]rno co(n)s(ulibus)

HD008167 (Germania superior)

[D(is)? M(anibus)?] / C(aio) Iul(io) Aprili Iul(iae) / Acceptae Iul(io) Accepto / [&

HD004736 (Germania superior)

Genio pr[aep]/ositorum / et Genio con/legi(i){s} secutor/um eorum sub cur(a) / Verani Saturnini / [|(centurionis)] leg(ionis) V[III A]u[g(ustae) ---] / [&

HD004726 (Germania superior)

Bonis / Casibus // Quinti/nius l(ibertus) // Lecto/r ex v(oto)

HD004528 (Germania superior)

$] /CIS P(ublius) Allius / Proculus / domo Ro/ma praef(ectus) / [coh(ortis) III Aqui]t(anorum) / [&

November 14, 2018

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

KENT-C54166 LINCH PIN IRON AGE

An incomplete cast copper-alloy and iron linch pin of late Iron Age to Roman date, c.100BC-100AD.Description: The head and peg/shank of the linch pin remains. The head is roughly of the 'vase shaped' variety although it is roughly globular at the top with a narrow neck and semi-hemispherical base. The base has incised decoration in wavey lines mostly obscured by rust and corrosion. The apex of the linch pin head has a flared rim creating a deep trough between the rim and the domed convex head, although ware makes it a flat top. The rim has been abraded along much of its circumference. A perforation is present running through the linch pin head and would have contained an iron or copper alloy rod to hold the iron shank in place, this is now missing. The Iron shank remains, roughly circular in cross-section although it has snapped across its' mid-point. The iron shank has slipped from its' original position in the square hole at the base of the linch pin head to the point where the transverse perforation for the holding rod is visible and in fact the remains of said rod is visible in this slot. The copper-alloy head is a light green colour with substantial dark brown iron corrosion across the copper-alloy elements. The shank itself is mottled dark brown and orange.Measurements: 59.43mm high, 28.73mm wide, 27.09mm thick (shank 17.49mm in diameter) and 121.92g in weight.Discussion: Similar linch pins have been recorded on the PAS database. For similar examples see: LEIC-568011, NARC-37A496, YORYM-A3630E and HAMP-85DB0E. A near complete example is recorded at SF-1007C4. The latter comments that 'the difficulty in dating such objects due to their relatively long life span and prevalence at a number of locations within Britain. Iron Age linch pins have been recorded from a number of locations within Britain and appear to have a relatively long life span. Unfortunately, they are not easily datable, with the vase-headed type apparent in middle and late Iron Age contexts spanning the third century BC to the first century AD (see Hutcheson, 2004: pp. 31-32; Macgregor, 1976: pp. 49-50; Stead, 1991: pp. 44-47).' That being said Sally Worrell National Finds Advisor for Iron Age and Roman finds commenting on LEIC-568011 states that 'although they are known to date from the 4th century BC to 1st century AD, a narrower 100 BC-AD 100 date is more likely'.

KENT-C4889A LOCK ROMAN

A incomplete copper-alloy lock pin of Roman date c.43-410.Description: The lock pin is comprised of a circular-sectioned head with a flat top with two incised concave circular grooves grooves. From the reverse of the head, a rectangular shaft extends and slightly tapers to the bottom which is broken. The broken edge is rough and worn. The pin is heavily patinated a mid green colour.Measurements: Overall length: 17.88mm, weight: 8.68g. Head - diameter: 17.10mm, thickness: 3.28mm.Discussion: Similar example can be seen in Crummy (1983, 125), such as no. 4142 and the type is well represented on the database. They are found throughout the roman period.

KENT-C42C4A BUCKLE EARLY MEDIEVAL

An incomplete Early-Medieval (Anglo-Saxon) copper-alloy 'shield-on-pin' buckle pin, likely 7th century in date.Description: The shield or plate is trapezoidal in plan, flat at the front and reverse. The front is decorated with nine punched 'dots' arranged in a triangular arrangement. aligned point up. There is an incised border around the outside. The down-turned shaft of the pin is 'D'-shaped in cross-section, flat on the reverse and narrows from the base to the point. As the pin drops towards the point there is a slight indent on its reverse. The reverse has the corroded iron remains of the attachment loop which held the pin to the buckle. The pin has a mid-green patination.Measurements: 29.76mm long, 18.03mm wide at the shield end (pin 3.14mm wide at narrowest), 8.83mm thick and 11.02g in weight.Discussion: This buckle pin fits a group of roughly grouped buckles listed by Marzinzik (2003) as type 1.3 and shares 'shield' shape affinities with the stepped buckles form Grave 63 Mill Hill, Deal, Grave Polhill grave 28 and a more even trapezoidal example from Dover Buckland grave D. A date of late 6th to 7th century is thus suggested based on these examples.

KENT-C38021 DEBITAGE NEOLITHIC

1 piece of flint waste flake (debitage) from flint tool production, likely Neolithic to the Bronze Age c. 4000 - 1000BC.Description: The flake is a secondary flake afrom blade production, it has a pronounced bulb of percussion and substantial rippling likely due to hard hammer production. No retouch or evidence of use of the flake as a tool. The flin is mottled Light grey with some patches of inclusions and a light brown semi-transparent light grey brown edges.Measurements: 43.91mm long, 11.63mm wide, 3.72mm thick and 1.45g in weight.

KENT-C36AE6 RING ROMAN

A cast incomplete, worn copper-alloy finger ring of Roman period.Description: The ring has a projecting flat circular bezel, flanked by triangular shoulders. In profile, the band appears pentagonal; it is thinner near the bezel and then thickens along the shoulders. The bezel has an engraved spiral pattern on the top. The edges are heavily abraded, particularly along the top part near the bezel. The shoulders are the broadest near the bezel and taper downwards. The hoop is broken at the bottom, also with worn edges, which suggest the breakage took place in the distant past. Overall, the ring has a deep grey colour.Measurements: Ring - width:18.01mm, thickness: 1.10m; height: 8.99mm, weight: 3.11g. Bezel - length: 8.14mm, width: 7.29mm.Discussion: The ring is similar to Guiraud (1989, 181) type 2f with convex shoulders which dates to circa mid-1st to early 4th century AD (Guiraud 1989, 203), and roughly equals to Henig (1989) type VIII.

KENT-C32DDE CHISEL NEOLITHIC

A probable core formed unfinished flint chisel of late Neolithic or early Bronze Age date c.4000-1000 BC.Description: The chisel sub-rectangular in shape and pointed oval in cross-section. It has been flaked to shape from a larger piece of flint by covering scaled semi-abrupt flaking. The tool has a hinge fracture at one end is pointed and triangular in plan with cortex still adhering across half of it. It is presumed this is the working end as one would expect the butt end would be flatter. the pointed end has less flaking also, so it is uncertain if this was a working end or if it unfinished. The flaking is clearly produced from hard hammer technology covering, scaled, low angle to semi-abrupt retouch with polishing just along the edge which suggests a later date. The tool is heavily patinated white.Measurements: 104.25mm long, 25.55mm wide, 16.83mm thick and 62.64g in weight.

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Medieval Guilds

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NMS-C47D7E TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy farthing token of William Bateman of Great Yarmouth, Norweb 3309 (NCM dies 2A), die axis 6 o'clock, 1656

NMS-C4726D TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy farthing token of Matthew Soulter of Norwich, Williamson 202, die axis 12 o'clock, c.1650-67

SUR-C3C055 BROOCH MEDIEVAL

A flat openwork quatrefoil copper alloy Medieval brooch, 23.6mm across. The frame has a triangular cross section with a pierced hole for a pin which is missing. The reverse is flat. Circa 13th-14th century.

NMS-C43B22 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy farthing token of uncertain issuer T. L. with wife D[...], St. Andrew's Parish, Williamson 159-160, die axis 12 o'clock, 1653

NMS-C453D2 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy farthing token of Blyth Hatton (nee Twogood) of Norwich, Williamson 152, die axis 6 o'clock, c.1650-67

SUR-C3DC2C COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A silver hammered penny of Elizabeth I (1558-1603) which has been pierced. Unclear initial mark, no date above shield.

SUR-C3F15B COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A silver hammered penny of Elizabeth I (1558-1603), dating to 1567-1570. Coronet initial mark, no date above shield. North (1991), p135, number 2001.

SUR-C40D31 COIN MEDIEVAL

A cut half silver hammered voided long cross penny of Henry III (1216-1272), probably Class III dating to 1248-1250. Moneyer Nichole, mint of London.

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NMS-C39950 JETTON POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy jetton, Nuremberg rose-orb type of Hans Schultes III with maker's name around orb, further details illegible, 1608-12

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NMS-C374F1 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver cut halfpenny of Henry III, voided long cross class 5, moneyer IOhS of uncertain mint, some wear, 1251-72

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NMS-C33909 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver halfgroat of Henry VI, annulet issue of Calais, little wear, 1422-7

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NMS-C33019 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Edward I, class 10cf3b, London, North 1042/2, well worn, 1307-9

NMS-C32491 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy as of uncertain emperor, possibly Hadrian, further details illegible, c.AD117-61

NMS-C2ED2B COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy sestertius, as or dupondius of Antoninus Pius, further details illegible, AD138-61

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Gallo-Roman Sanctuary at Bû

Remains of a rectangular Romano-Celtic temple were excavated north of the French town of Bû (in the department of Eure-et-Loir), beginning in the 1960s. Other buildings of uncertain nature and a theater were also identified in the vicinity. Coins and pottery discovered at the site indicate there was activity there during the Roman imperial period.

Unnamed settlement at Sampuy

An extensive Roman-era settlement identified via aerial photography and archaeological survey in the modern French commune of Mérouville.

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Cemetery 9

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Cemetery 9

The sons of Titus Iulius Tuttius, from the side of his tombstone. Latter half of the 2nd century AD. Römisch-Germanisches Museum Köln.

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