Potamos: Digital Antiquity Data

http://planet.atlantides.org/potamos

Tom Elliott (tom.elliott@nyu.edu)

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March 19, 2019

tDar: The Digital Archaeological Record

POLLEN AND STARCH ANALYSIS OF SAMPLES FROM SITES 5DA3208 AND 5DA3419, DOUGLAS COUNTY, COLORADO

Sites 5DA3208 and 5DA3419 are located south of the town of Parker in Douglas County, Colorado. A 2017 excavation of Site 5DA3208 by ERO Resources revealed a multicomponent prehistoric open camp centered on a knoll overlooking Newlin Gulch (Marcus Espinosa, personal communication, November 21, 2018). Based upon identification of associated cultural materials, ERO suggests that Site 5DA3208 was most intensely occupied during the Late Archaic period. Additional evidence for Early Ceramic and Middle Archaic cultural components were also discovered at Site 5DA3208. Site 5DA3419 is situated on the eastern edge of Oak Gulch on the northern escarpment of the Palmer Divide, northeast of Site 5DA3208. Excavation by ERO in 2017 revealed Site 5DA3419 to be a multicomponent prehistoric site. A variety of features and artifacts linked the site to two phases of Early Ceramic and single phases of Late Archaic and Middle Archaic cultural components. ERO submitted two samples (Samples CN782 and CN111) from Site 5DA3208 and four samples (Samples CN1124, CN3093, CN2491, and CN2717) from Site 5DA3419 to PaleoResearch Institute. PaleoResearch conducted pollen and starch analyses on Samples CN782, CN1124, and CN2491 and solely pollen analysis on Samples CN111, CN3093, and CN2717. The objective of ERO is to assess the use of metates at both sites, with specific instruction to examine the samples from Site 5DA3419 for evidence of burning.

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Vagnari

A villa, vicus and necropolis site in modern Puglia, Italy located near the modern city of Gravina. The site was active from the 1st to 4th centuries CE.

Oplontis

An ancient place (modern Torre Annunziata in Italy), lying between Pompeii and Herculaneum and buried by the eruption of Vesuvius in 79 CE. Its ancient name is known only from Peutinger's Roman Map.

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Aletrium

A Hernican hill town that formed part of a sixth century B.C. defensive league against Volscian and Samnite aggression and allied itself to Tarquinius Superbus. Rome eventually took Aletrium in 306 B.C.; by the first century B.C. the site was a Roman municipium.

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Porta Maggiore, Norba

The main gate, defended by a bastion, of the Middle Republican fortifications of the city. The gate still stands to a height of ca. 13 m.

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Babylonia

An ancient Akkadian region in Mesopotamia.

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Twelve Famous Women of the Middle Ages

Women in the Middle Ages were frequently characterized as second-class citizens by the Church and the patriarchal aristocracy. Women’s status was somewhat elevated in the High and Late Middle Ages when the cult of the Virgin Mary, combined with the romantic literature of courtly love, altered the cultural perception of women but, even so, women were still considered inferior to men owing to...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-10E499 BROOCH ROMAN

Copper alloy Roman heavily cleaned Colchester Derivative Harlow brooch. The brooch is complete apart from half the spring and a missing pin. Wings sub-semi circular in section with single grooves at the terminal ends. Soldered half of the spring remains attached, together with half of the axis bar and chord. The ends of the axis bar and chord can be seen exiting the double lug Harlow type spring mechanism on the forward head of the brooch. The bow is slender with a D-shaped cross-section tapering from the head to the catchplate end. The angular openwork catchplate is canted to one side through damage, but is otherwise appears complete. Mackreth class 1a1b. Circa AD 43-100.

OXON-0DEDA7 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy Roman sestertius of Crispina (AD 180-183) under Commodus (AD 180-192), dating to the period AD 180-182 (Reece Period 9). SALVS reverse type depicting Salus seated left, feeding a snake coiled around altar from a patera in right hand, left arm resting on side of chair. Mint of Rome. RIC III, p. 442, no. 672.

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SF-1136CA MOUNT MEDIEVAL

An incomplete copper-alloy Medieval sixfoil mount, dating to AD 1270-1450. The mount is a domed sheet of metal which has a central circular hole and two rivet holes in two opposite lobes; the outer edge of these lobes only have been cut straight. One copper-alloy rivet is still in situ. Cf Egan-Pritchard (1991, p. 189, fig. 119, nos. 987, 996)Length: 18.76 mmWidth: 18.02 mmThickness of the sheet only: 0.65 mmWeight: 0.77 g

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SF-10D7AB BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

An incomplete copper-alloy Medieval double loop annular buckle, dating to AD 1450-1550. The buckle frame is shaped into a flower with five petals, which have a slightly bilobed outer edge. On the front face, each petal has a recessed panel decorated with a series of transverse raised triangles. The central bar has a D-shaped cross-section.Whitehead (1996, chap. V, nos. 272-273).Length: 28.76 mmWidth: 27.44 mmThickness: 2.63 mmWeight: 5.23 g

SF-10FA3D BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

An incomplete copper-alloy Medieval buckle, dating to AD 1350-1400. It consists of an oval frame, which has an oval cross-section. The sub-rectangular cross-sectioned pin bar is narrowed and off set. The outside edge is expanded and has a central recess housing a copper-alloy roller; the latter is flanked by two oval lobes.Cf Meols (2007, p. 91, Pl. 14, nos. 549, 551)Length: 22.51 mmWidth: 27.79 mmThickness of the outside edge including roller sheet: 6.67 mmWeight: 6.36 g

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SF-10564F TOKEN MEDIEVAL

A lead late Medieval to Post Medieval penny size "Boy Bishop" token, dating to AD 1470-1539. obv: sub-conical mitre , three longitudinal line of pellets, two at lower corners; [....]rev: long cross with three pellets in angles; AVE[...] Rigold (1978, Pl. IX, O) Diameter: 17.42 mmThickness: 2.14 mmWeight: 2.09 g

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Ionopolitikos/Latmikos Sinus

Ionopolitikos/Latmikos Sinus (Latmian Gulf) was a coastal body of water in Ionia that disappeared due to silting from the Maeander river.

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LEIC-102E8B BROOCH ROMAN

Copper alloy plate brooch, probably Roman. The front face is almost flat and is undecoratedand somewhat pitted and has some remaining white metal coating. The object has a roughly oval outline with straight upper and lower edges where ancient breaks have occurred, suggesting the brooch is incomplete. The lower face has two projections being the remains of a pin attachment and catchplate. The object is 29mm long, 20mm wide, 11mm thick and weighs 10.49g.

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Miletus

A major ancient city in Caria.

Heraclea ad Latmum/Pleistarcheia

A town of Caria located 25 km west of Miletos on the Ionian coast, Heraclea was located on the lower slopes of Mt. Latmos. Once a part of the Delian League, the city fell to Mausolos in the fourth century B.C. and his philhellene policy accounts for its change of name.

Latmos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 61 F2 Latmos

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NMS-0FD870 POT ROMAN

Thirteen sherds of Roman pottery, body unless otherwise stated, weight 220g, 2nd - 4th century:- one bowl rim greyware.- ten Nene Valley greyware including jar rim, three dish or bowl rim and two basal.- two Nene Valley colour coated.

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SF-0F980E COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver Medieval penny of Edward I (AD 1272-1307), long solid cross, class 10cf2, dating to AD 1306-1307. Mint of London.

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SF-0F70AA COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus probably of the House of Valentinian, dating to AD 364-378 (Reece Period 19). Probably [SECVRITAS REI PVBLICAE] reverse type depicting a Victory advancing left, holding wreath and [palm]. Mint unclear.

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SF-0F4B8B COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy contemporary copy of a Roman nummus probably of the House of Constantine (AD 307-361), dating to AD 355-361 (Reece Period 18). Probably copying [FEL TEMP REPARATIO] reverse type depicting a soldier spearing a fallen horseman.

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SOM-0F2F67 COIN MEDIEVAL

Medival silver penny of Edward I dating to AD 1303 to 1305. Edwardian class 10ab5. Minted at Canterbury. North (1991, 31) no. 1039/3.

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KENT-0DA998 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A worn and clipped incomplete silver Post-medieval halfgroat of Elizabeth I (1558-1603), (North's) third issue (1583-1603), Tower of London mint, mintmark 'hand' dating to 1589-1592, North (1991) no. 2016.Measurements: 16.15mm in diameter, 0.7mm thick and 1.04g in weight

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KENT-0DF5C9 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A worn Post-Medieval copper-alloy 17th-century token halfpenny issued by James Richmond, of Milton near Sittingbourne in Kent, 1666. Williamson (1889, 359) Kent no. 424.Description: Obverse: Glaziers arms, within shield. Legend: '[+IA]MES.RICH[MOND.OF]'. Reverse: 'HIS HALF PENY' in three lines. Legend: '+MILTON[.IN.KENT.]1666'. Rosette initial marks.The token is heavily worn.Measurements: 18.62mm in diameter, 1.4mm thick and 2.79g in weight.Discussion: During the mid-17th century (c.1648-1672), due to a shortage of official coins, halfpenny and farthing tokens were issued by private businesses to facilitate small change exchange. Unfortunately, as yet no record of a glazier called James Richmond beyond basic listing for tax purposes has been found in the records of Sittingbourne, Milton or the Lathe of Scray (Tilley 1970, 173).

KENT-0E1B80 COIN ROMAN

A heavily worn, abraded and corroded Roman radiate of the Brittanic Emperor Carausius (AD 286-293). Illegible reverse type. Surface, particularly of the reverse is heavily pitted. (Reece Period 14)Measurements: 22.43mm in diameter, 2.29mm thick and 3.53g in weight.

KENT-0E6EC3 COIN ROMAN

A complete but worn copper-alloy contemporary copy (barbarous) radiate of Tetricus I (AD 271-274) dating to the period AD275-285 (Reece Period 13). SPES PVBLICA reverse prototype depicting Spes walking left, holding flowers in right hand and lifting skirt with left. As Normandby no. 1948Measurements: 16.59mm in diameter, 1.43mm thick and 1.46g in weight.

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SF-0DCB95 COIN ROMAN

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SF-0DAFA4 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Valentinian, dating to AD 364-378 (Reece Period 19). [GLORIA ROMANORVM] reverse type depicting the Emperor advancing right, dragging captive and holding a standard. Unclear mint.

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SF-0D3E3E COIN MEDIEVAL

A clipped silver Medieval halfpenny of Edward III (AD 1327-1377), florin coinage, dating to AD 1344-1351. Mint of London.

SF-0D59B9 COIN MEDIEVAL

Aan incomplete and clipped silver Medieval halfpenny of Edward III (AD 1327-1377), fourth coinage, Type 14, dating to AD 1354-1355. Mint of London. Cf Withers (2005, p. 37)

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Bhutan: Land of the Thunder Dragon

It is a breathtaking flight with dramatic sweeps over fertile valleys and blue pine forests. You fly past Mt. Everest, Mt. Kanchenjunga and Mt. Gangkhar Puensum, which is the highest, unclimbed mountain in the world soaring to almost 7,570 metres. The aircraft wings appear to be almost touching these towering, snow-capped Himalayan mountains. Only eight pilots in the world are trained to manoeuvre...

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Achelous (river)

A river of Western Greece. Its floods were noted by Herodotus.

Euenos (river)

The Euenos (modern Evinos) is a river of western Greece that flows into the Gulf of Patras.

Palaia Pleuron

Original location of the ancient city of Pleuron, which was reportedly destroyed in the 3rd century BCE. There is debate concerning its location. After the destruction, a new site was selected for the city. It is known as "Nea Pleuron" (q.v.).

DARMC location 14085

1:500,000 scale representative point location digitized from the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World by the Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations project at Harvard University.

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Arakynthos M.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 55 A4 Arakynthos M.

OSM location of Arakinthos (mountain)

Location based on OpenStreetMap

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Capitalia (mountain)

Mount Nabu in modern India.

Gellia (river)

An ancient river, possibly to be identified with the modern Gail in Austria.

OSM location of Gail (river)

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OSM location of Mount Abu

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Villa Hadriani

The Villa of Hadrian (Villa Adriana in Italian) is a sprawling archaeological complex at Tivoli, Italy. The villa complex was designed and used by the emperor Hadrian in the second century A.D.

OSM location of Porta Maggiore

The main gate, defended by a bastion, of the Middle Republican fortifications of the city.

tDar: The Digital Archaeological Record

Room count, room size, and artifact assemblage data from Northern Rio Grande Pueblo settlements, AD 1200-1700.

Data analyzed in: Ortman, Scott G. and Kaitlyn E. Davis (2019). Economic Growth in the Pueblos? In Re-Framing the Northern Rio Grande Pueblo Economy, edited by Scott G. Ortman, pp. 1-16. Anthropological Papers of the University of Arizona 80, University of Arizona Press, Tucson.

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OSM location of Sanctuary of Hercules Victor

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Sanctuary of Hercules Victor

The Sanctuary of Hercules Victor in Tivoli is a significant cult place of the second century B.C. The sanctuary is composed of a vaulted, terraced platform that support the temple, its porticoes, and a theater.

Torre Pascolaro (settlement)

A Final Bronze Age settlement of four to five hectares in South Etruria.

DARMC location 18955

1:150,000 scale representative point location digitized from the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World by the Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations project at Harvard University.

Forum of Norba

The forum of Norba measures ca. 125 x 63 m.

OSM location of forum of Norba

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Minor Acropolis, Norba

The so-called Minor Acropolis is located on the hill to the south of the Porta Maggiore. This area is surrounded by the urban enclosure wall and is terraced in polygonal masonry. Two platform temples of unknown assignation are to be found here.

OSM location of Minor Acropolis

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OSM location of Temple of the Sibyl

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Temple of the Sibyl

A second century B.C. Roman temple located on the acropolis of ancient Tibur.

Tempio della Tosse

The so-called "Tempio della Tosse" is an ancient Roman building along the river Anio. Its dating is problematic, but it is likely a building of late antiquity that is built on the site of an earlier villa. It has been interpreted as a nymphaeum, a temple, and also as a tomb.

OSM location of Tempio della Tossa

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Centum Cellae

Centum Cellae (modern Civitavecchia) was an ancient coastal settlement in Tyrrhenian Etruria. The emperor Trajan re-builds the harbor at the site in 106/7 and Pliny the Younger mentions its name, Centum Cellae. Saracens destroyed the city in A.D. 812.

Forte Michelangelo

A fortress at modern Civitavecchia in Italy. It was begun in 1508 and completed 1537 during the reign of Pope Paul III. Antonio Sangallo the Younger designed the fortress.

OSM location of Forte Michelangelo

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Anfiteatro di Bleso

The "Anfiteatro di Bleso" is a second century A.D. Roman amphitheater at Tibur (modern Tivoli in Italy).

OSM location of Anfiteatro di Bleso

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Temple of Vesta at Tibur

The Temple of Vesta in Tivoli dates to the early first century B.C. It was once situated on the acropolis of the ancient city. Its ruins now lie within the grounds of the Villa Gregoriana.

OSM location of Temple of Vesta

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Torre del Pascolaro

The ruins of a Medieval tower in South Etruria.

OSM location of Torre Pascolaro

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Pisciarelli necropolis

An Etruscan necropolis with tombs dated to the archaic period located near modern Civitavecchia in Italy.

OSM location of Pisciarelli necropolis

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Cencelle

A Medieval settlement that, according to textual sources, was founded in 854 by Pope Leo IV in order to provide a more secure position for the citizens of Centumcellae (Civitavecchia). Situated along the ancient VIa Aurelia, Cencelle occupies a defensible hill positioned between the Melledra and Mignone rivers. The site chosen for the Medieval city likely occupies the former site of an Etruscan oppidum.

OSM location of Cencelle

Representative location based on a way derived from OpenStreetMap.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

PUBLIC-FBD509 HINGE POST MEDIEVAL

An early post medieval cast copper alloy strap or box fitting. The main body is triangular in form with an openwork sub-triangular aperture in the centre with the body extending to terminate in a trefoil shape. There is a single medial hole towards the top of the main body and a further hole in the centre of the trefoil, all of which at one time contained iron pins or rivets with the rusted remains very visible. The object has an overall length of 23.79mm, is 12.6mm at its widest point,1.35mm thick and weighs 1.3gSimilar objects have been recorded on the Portable Antiquities Scheme database, identity of these objects is still disputed and may relate to either books or small boxes or possibly even both. Style however is indisputably early post-medieval. See for comparisons: IOW-AEBBDE, HAMP-0E0924; HAMP-3B9A20; HAMP-5281C3; HAMP-F5A4E2; IOW-D8D732; LVPL-7FDE54; NMS-5BC405; NMS-6ED5E6; NMS-823D26; NMS-A32741; SF-232A81; SF-6228D6; SUR-4D2A05; SUSS-5307D4; SWYOR-02B792; SWYOR-E086D2 and WILT-02BF51

PUBLIC-FBB4B8 BROOCH IRON AGE

A cast copper-alloy probable Nauheim Derivative brooch, of La Tene type III dating to the late 1st century BC to late 1st century AD. The brooch is incomplete, missing the catchplate, pin, and nearly all of the spring. However, the bow is complete and best described as sub triangular in shape with a wider plate narrowing to a thinner lower part to the bow. At the point of transition at its widest point there are four incised transverse lines across the bow . The object has a smooth, even patina of grey-green colour. It has an overall length of 36.5mm. 7.8mm at its widest point, 0.91mm thick and weighs 1.4g.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Interview: Bringing Down the Roman Empire in a Game

Today we are talking to Jon Shafer, lead designer of the computer game At the Gates, now available on PC, Mac, and Linux. In this game, you control a Barbarian tribe during the Migration Age, helping them survive, grow, and hopefully bring down the Roman Empire. Or, in the words of the game's creator: You are a Dark Age lord. Your destiny is to build a kingdom in the shadow of the...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

GLO-FB0DE4 COIN ROMAN

A contemporary copy of a copper alloy nummus, unreadable emperor dated to AD 300-400 Obverse: No detail remains [...] Reverse: no detail remains [...]

GLO-FB1890 COIN ROMAN

A contemporary copy of a copper alloy nummus, unreadable emperor dated to AD 300-400 Obverse: No detail remains [...] Reverse: no detail remains [...]

GLO-FB2015 COIN ROMAN

A contemporary copy of a copper alloy nummus, unreadable emperor dated to AD 300-400 Obverse: No detail remains [...] Reverse: no detail remains [...]

NMS-FC5DB0 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Richard I, short cross class 4a, moneyer Hue of York, some wear, c.1194-1200

NMS-FC2339 RETOUCHED FLAKE NEOLITHIC

Tertiary, hard hammer struck blade-like flake, of unpatinated brown flint with black streaks and pale grey coarse inclusions, the distal end is broken transversely, one lateral edge is irregularly and steeply retouched. Neolithic to Bronze Age, 4,000 to 700 BC

NMS-FC1373 VESSEL MEDIEVAL

Fragment of a medieval copper alloy foot from a cooking vessel such as a cauldron dating to the period c. AD 1200 - 1700. The foot is lozengiform in cross-section, tapering to an outward turned, rounded foot. The top of the foot terminates in an old break. The surface is heavily pitted and retains thick sooting across the surface. 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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*Via Curia

A Roman road connecting Reate (Rieti) with Interamna Nahars (Terni).

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-FBF7A5 SCRAPER (TOOL) NEOLITHIC

Secondary, hard hammer struck flake, of unpatinated mottled grey flint with coarse pale inclusions, with spotty iron stains to both faces, the distal end is steeply retouched in the conventional way to form a convex, semi-circular scraping edge. Neolithic to Bronze Age, 4,000 to 700 BC.

SF-FBDFD4 COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver Medieval penny of Edward IV (AD 1461-1470 / 1471-1483), rosette in centre of reverse cross, extra pellet in one quarter, dating to AD 1461-1470. Mint of Durham. Wren (1995, p.125, IV).

LIN-FBD94A STRAP END EARLY MEDIEVAL

A late Saxon copper alloy strap end. The strap end is a slender tongue-shape, and is rather smaller than the usual type of tongue shaped strap end. There is a single rivet hole at the attachment end; the attachment end is flat rather than bifurcated. The body is thicker than the attachment end, and tapers to a worn zoomorphic terminal.

LIN-FBB6DA BROOCH ROMAN

An incomplete Roman copper alloy sprung dolphin brooch. Only the wings and upper bow survive. The wings are semi-cylindrical in section and are decorated at each end with a narrow incised line. An incomplete rearward hook extends from the top. The bow is plano-convex in section and decorated with a rib down the centre.

LIN-FBAB56 MOUNT MEDIEVAL

A medieval copper alloy mount. The mount is in the form of a plume, comprising seven feathers. A separate copper alloy rivet with washer is located on the reverse.

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LIN-FB9E6A BUTTON MEDIEVAL

A late medieval or post-medieval lead alloy button with an integrally cast attachment loop dating c. AD1450-1600. The convex front has a moulded floral motif

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LIN-FB96BD BUTTON MEDIEVAL

A late medieval or post-medieval lead alloy button with an integrally cast attachment loop dating c. AD1450-1600. The convex front has a moulded floral motif

LIN-FB84EA BROOCH MEDIEVAL

A medieval copper alloy annular brooch. The frame is circular in plan and has a small restriction for the pin. The frame is undecorated.

NARC-FB7B8B COIN ROMAN

An incomplete silver denarius of Hadrian (AD 117-138), dating to the period AD 137 (Reece period 6). SALVS AVG, Salus standing right, feeding snake rising from an altar right. Mint of Rome.Diameter: 18.15mm, Thickness: 2.54mm, Weight: 2.3g.RIC Vol II, P371. No 267a.The coin is missing a portion of its outer flan between 11-1 O'clock, sections of both faces are also missing/abraded away.

NARC-FB6C38 SEAL MATRIX POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete cast copper alloy Seal Matrix of Post-Medieval date (AD 1600-1700). The object is of the cruciform type with only two arms remaining. Each arm extends from an integrally cast central ring expanding outwards to a circular die. Two of the arms have been lost to old abraded breaks. Only one die faces retains a motif which is a possible wheatsheaf. Common heraldic devices encountered on these later cruciform types were generally none heraldic and saw poorer quality engraving.Similar examples have been recorded on the Portable Antiquities Scheme database as SUSS-82D416 and DEV-A63362.Length: 31.93mm, Width: 28.17mm, Thickness: 4.27mm, Weight: 6.6g.

NARC-FB5DE7 CROTAL POST MEDIEVAL

A complete copper alloy Crotal bell of a single cast form of Post-Medieval date (AD 1550-1750). The object comprises two hemispheres divided by a raised horizontal circumferential rib. There are two sound holes, one larger, on either side of the integral rectangular suspension loop. The loop is sub-rectangular projects from the upper hemisphere. The lower hemisphere is composed of two circular sound holes close to the ridge between which is a rectangular sound slot. The upper hemisphere undecorated, while the lower hemisphere is decorated with repeating radiating 'sunburst' pattern, which is composed of single lines radiating from the sound slot. The iron pea is retained within.The metal is a dark green in colour with a slightly pitted patina.Height: 47.19mm, Diameter (at rib): 36.91mm, Weight: 37.2g.Similar examples can be seen on the Portable Antiquities Scheme database: CAM-61790, ESS-96C261 and KENT-71B748.

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Thurinus Sinus

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 46 E2 Thurinus Sinus

S. Anatolia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 42 E4 S. Anatolia

Collepezzuto

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 42 E4 Collepezzuto

La Cività di Spedino

La Cività di Spedino was a fortified upland center (951 m ASL) in the territory of the Aequi.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

WAW-FB1D1E COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Post Medieval coin: threepence of Elizabeth I (1558 - 1603) minted in London between 1565 and 1567. North No. 1998.

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Women in the Middle Ages

The lives of women in the Middle Ages were determined by the Church and the aristocracy. The Church provided people with the 'big picture' of the meaning of life and one’s place in it; the aristocracy ensured that everyone stayed in their respective places through the feudal system of government which divided society into three classes: clergy, nobility, and serfs. Women’s...

tDar: The Digital Archaeological Record

Ceramic clusters resulting from corrugated ceramic technological analysis

Ceramic technological clusters associated with Peeples (2018) Connected Communities books [Chapter 5]. See Coding guides and raw data for additional details. File ceramic_clust.csv contains the data formatted for analysis in R as output by the code in the associated document: "R Code for Corrugated Ceramic Technological Analysis, Chapter 5" These data pertain to Chapter 5 in: Peeples, Matthew A. (2018) Connected Communities: Networks, Identity, and Social Change in the Ancient Cibola World. University of Arizona Press. Tucson, AZ.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD079466 (Britannia)

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HD079465 (Britannia)

$]sum[---] / [---]acusaue[---] / [---] qu(o)d fra[udem fecit(?) &

HD079464 (Britannia)

$] res invol[avit(?) &

HD079463 (Britannia)

$]ILI[---] / [--- si s]erv(u)s [&

HD079462 (Britannia)

D[eae Suli(?)] / qu[i involavit(?) &

HD079461 (Britannia)

$ S]ecura P[&

HD079460 (Britannia)

si VAPERSVRVSMIIMIII / ILE si CERIASIVS si / IGEVHSNSE per/maneat

HD079459 (Britannia)

$] / n<o>men fur{t}i(s) si se[r]v(u)s / si l[ibe]r / si puer si puel/la [&

HD079458 (Britannia)

$] / deus faci(a)t ani(m)am / pe(r)d(e)re sui

HD079457 (Britannia)

$]C / [---]DOSCIM[---] / [---]verit si ser/[vus si liber & // $]RI[---] / [---]c[---] / [---]m fecerit [---]CNI[---] / [---]DASD[---]NBR[-]S[-]P[---]D[-] / [---] intelleg[&

HD079456 (Britannia)

$ ]m qui mi[hi &

HD079455 (Britannia)

Docim[edis(?) ---] / de(ae) Su[li &

HD079454 (Britannia)

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March 17, 2019

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LEIC-EB37D9 BROOCH EARLY MEDIEVAL

An early Anglo-Saxon copper-alloy narrow cruciform brooch in good condition, but recovered in two adjacent parts due to a recent break between the head and bow. It has an integrally cast facetted half round top knob above a rectangular head-plate, but the two side knobs are missing. The head plate is decorated with punched circles all around the perimeter. Nothing remains of the pin bar lug on the reverse of the headplate, though a rough area may suggest soldering where it was attached.The bow is D-sectioned with a smooth domed upper face and, at top and base, a rectangular panel forming facets and decorated with two transverse grooves. The foot has twin horizontal lines framing a panel with a notch in either side, above a plain panel, and on the reverse of this is a deep catchplate with the rolled edge missing. A single raised rib separates this panel from the horse-head terminal, which has prominent oval eyes and nostrils represented by a smooth convex circular face below angled notches on both sides.The head part is 22mm long, 20mm wide, 4mm thick and weighs 3.53g. The bow and foot part is 65mm long, 15mm wide, 15mm thick and weighs 15.20g. Assembled together the brooch is 83mm long, 15mm wide, 15mm thick and weighs 18.73g. Mid to late 5th century.

New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room: Recent Additions

2352 (32352)

1629 verses indexed by aikaterinichelioti

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1395 verses indexed by aikaterinichelioti

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952 verses indexed by kim-s
57 features annotated by kim-s

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889 images added by

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189 (30189)

2682 verses indexed by theotikou

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Tibur

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

Arcinazzo

An imperial villa of the Trajanic and Hadrianic periods located on the Altipiani di Arcinazzo.

Lorium

An ancient town on the Via Aurelia.

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Pleiades: Recently Modified

Torre Pascolaro

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 43 A2 Torre Pascolaro

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The "Hochtor Sanctuary"

A Celto-Roman sanctuary situated at an ancient high-mountain pass in the eastern Alps near Grossglockner, excavated beginning in the 1990s. Its ancient name is unknown.

In Alpe

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 19 F2 In Alpe

Parndorf

Parndorf was the site of a Roman estate covering some 12 ha. The villa was situated near the Roman road leading from Savaria-Scarbantia to Carnuntum. The site was fortified by means of an enclosure wall ca. 1.5 km long.

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 20 B4 unnamed aqueduct (N Flanona at Kozljak)

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 20 A4 unnamed aqueduct (S Parentium at Molindrio)

Statio Plorucensis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 19 F3 Statio Plorucensis

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 20 E2 unnamed aqueduct (SE Arrabona at Imre)

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 20 B4 unnamed quarry (E Nauportus, at Podpeč)

Alaunoi

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 19 E2 Alaunoi

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 19 F4 unnamed centuriation (W Aquileia)

Tragisa(mus) (river)

A tributary of the Danube in lower Austria.

OSM location of Traisen (river)

Location based on OpenStreetMap

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 20 D2 unnamed aqueduct (Savaria)

Ambidrauoi

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 19 F3 Ambidrauoi

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 20 A4 unnamed aqueduct (‘Silvo’)

Avesica

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 19 F4 Avesica

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 20 A4 unnamed quarry group (NW Avesica)

Saevates

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 19 E3 Saevates

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 20 A4 unnamed quarry (Neapolis)

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 19 F4 unnamed aqueduct (Tergeste)

Antium

Antium ranked as one of the most important and most powerful centers of Latium and was captured by Rome at the close of the Latin War in the fourth century B.C. Imperial Antium was well known for a number of coastal villas.

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 43 C4 unnamed aqueduct (Antium)

Via Appia

An early Roman road (via publica) originating at Rome and terminating at Brundisium, the Via Appia was begun in the fourth century B.C. by the censor Appius Claudius Caecus. The Latin author Statius described the Via Appia as "queen of the long roads".

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

KENT-BCB277 BRACELET ROMAN

A complete copper-alloy Roman wide-cuff, penannular bracelet possibly a Military armillae, c. AD 43-100. Probably of Crummy Group A.Description: The bracelet is formed from a folded strip of copper-alloy with rounded terminal corners. It has two parallel lines cast-in-relief decoration; one of triangles with circles above, the second line is decorated with "cable-like" lines. These are located within deep troughs (about 1 mm deep) either side of a raised triangular cross sectioned band. Both terminals feature an open-bottomed triangle, formed from stamped crescents. The terminals have been pushed together, so that one sits slightly above the other. Both terminals are more worn than the rest of the bracelet. The bracelet is dark green in colour, with the edges featuring some damage, which is mid-turquoise colour in colour.Measurements: 69.81mm long, 12.15mm wide, 42.83mm high, 2.58mm thick, and 36.70g in weight.Discussion: In regards to the strip bracelets securely identified as military armillae Crummy (2005:101) comments "Far from being introduced female dress accessories or a post-conquest flourishing of a pre-conquest La Tène tradition, wide strip bracelets of the early Roman period are battle-honours, military awards made by the same smiths who supplied legionary belt-fittings and brooches. In any quantified analysis of site assemblages they should therefore jump functional category from personal ornament to military equipment. In the light of this re-interpretation, any preconception that Roman-period bracelets should automatically be regarded as female objects, particularly when they derive from contexts associated with the active military phases of the occupation of Britain, should be treated with suspicion." Crummy describes Group A as by far the best represented; it has two bands, usually set towards the centre.Notes: This object is attributed to the Roman Military.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SUR-BAFDC8 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A silver penny of Elizabeth I (1558-1603), portcullis initial mark dating to 1565-1567. North (1991), p135, number 2001. The coin has been damaged by an attempted piercing.

SUR-BAC319 COIN MEDIEVAL

A damaged silver medieval short cross penny, possibly of Henry II (1154-1189) and Class 1b dating to 1180-1185. Moneyer possibly RAN(DVLF) or RAN(DVL), London mint.

SUR-BA9D2E COIN MEDIEVAL

An extremely worn cut half of a silver medieval short cross penny, possibly of John (1199-1216) and Class 5c dating to 1207-1210. Moneyer possibly CO(L)DW[INE] at Canterbury mint.

SUR-BB3C16 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A worn and pierced fragment of a silver halfgroat of Elizabeth I (1558-1603), Escallop initial mark dating to 1584-1587. North (1991), p137 number 2016.