Potamos: Digital Antiquity Data

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SF-545BEC BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

An incomplete cast copper-alloy buckle and plate dating to the Medieval period, c. 1250-1400. Around half of the buckle frame survives, though otherwise the object is preserved relatively intact. The plate itself is manufactured from a single folded piece of copper-alloy, the rear half slightly thinner than the front and the back edge slightly forked- the latter demonstrating two adjacent circular rivet holes. In the midpoint of the plate is a third aperture now largely clogged with ferrous corrosion product originating from an in-situ iron rivet, with a fourth example situated directly in front of this, close to the point where the plate loops around the strap-bar of the buckle frame (the latter likely the point where the wound-wire pin would originally have been attached). The surviving portion of the buckle plate itself likely corresponded to Meols' type 12 with an offset recessed strap bar, though the front edge is broken away in old damage. Preserved in fair condition, the entire object measures 35.19mm long, the buckle frame survives to a maximum width of 17.68mm and 2.32mm thick at its midpoint,while the plate measures c. 15.01mm wide at its midpoint. It weighs 5.66g. For a broadly similar buckle, see Egan (2007) p. 91, no. 553, and for the accompanying plate set-up with the buckle itself, see no. 566.

SF-53CA43 WEIGHT MEDIEVAL

A complete cast lead-alloy hanging weight or spindle whorl dating from the Early Medieval to Medieval periods, c. 1000-1500 AD. It is circular in plan and plano-convex in section, with a rounded upper surface and flattened base. At the midpoint of the object is a crude circular aperture. Preserved in fair condition with an uneven brownish patina, it measures 21.48mm in diameter, 8.88mm thick, and weighs 21.65g.

WMID-52AF78 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A cast lead alloy unidentified object, possibly a token, weight or gaming piece of later medieval to post-medieval date, circa (AD1400-1800). The object is circular in plan; the disc is a lot thicker than the usual lead tokens of the age. The upper face is decorated with a cast design comprising an outer circumferential rim and inner concentric rim at the centre. Within the inner circle is a circular raised pellet. In the void between the outer and inner circles are a series of crude incised crossing lines. The reverse face is flat and un-decorated. The token has a dark green to brown coloured patina across all surfaces.Lead tokens had a wide variety of potential uses such as use as tallies, gaming pieces, tickets, weights, etc. and are believed to have been locally produced; they are therefore difficult to date precisely. This was possibly used as a token however it is a lot thicker than the usual varieties seen. The token measures 35.55 mm diameter, is 5.65 mm thick and weighs 34.3 grams

WMID-52BB12 UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT UNKNOWN

A copper alloy fragment of an unidentified object, possibly dating to the late Iron Age or Early Roman period. The object is curved in profile. one upper end terminates in an old break. The opposing terminal has a triple knop which is raised and rounded in profile. Below the knop are two circular perforations. The length of the object has a border of ribs with four narrower raised linear ribs within. The object has a dark green coloured patina across all surfaces with areas of active corrosion. In form the object looks similar to the lower bow of a brooch, howeever there are no parallels. It may also be a handle or foot for a vessel. The object measures 42.58 mm in length, 27.17 mm in width at the widest section at the triple knopped terminal, 14.02 mm in thickness at the end terminal and weighs 19.8 grams.

SF-537CF1 WEIGHT MEDIEVAL

A complete cast lead-alloy hanging weight of probable late Medieval to early Post-Medieval date, c. 1400-1700. It is broadly sub-conical in form, with a square-section (giving the appearance of facetted sides) and a prominent indentation on its base. At the apex of the weight is a crude circular aperture, which originally would have allowed the weight to be hung or suspended. Preserved in fair condition with an uneven brownish grey patina, it stands 38.20mm high, measures 22.96mm wide at its base, and weighs 85.33g.

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NLM-5133A6 UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT ROMAN

Lead unidentified object. Cast cylindrical object with a stepped and rounded end, hollowed at the base suggesting casting in an open mould and with a central pit here of diameter 2mm; densely patinated. The appearance is faintly anthropomorphic, recalling the larger Iron Age figurines made of Wolds chalk from Wetwang Slack and elsewhere in East Yorkshire. The surface accumulation and its subsequent abrasion tend to point to a Roman date rather than anything more recent, and heavy wear appears to have afflicted many of the objects reported at the same time, and perhaps originating from a similar context. Suggested date: Roman, 43-410.Length: 28.2mm, Diameter: 14.7mm, Weight: 35.07gms

NLM-512614 DRAWKNIFE POST MEDIEVAL

Iron probable drawknife fragment. A wrought iron fragment from a heavy scale tanged tool, very similar to NLM-50FDF2, found nearby, and to which it may join, except in that it lacks the V-section blade noted on that object. A round- ended and slightly expanded tang gives way at a constriction to a bar-like 'blade', though this lacks the V-section of a knife. The forms are very similar and the condition of each is identical. A double-handled form would suggest a tool such as a drawknife or spokeshave. Suggested date: Post-Medieval, 1600-1800.Length: 113mm, Width: 26.7mm, Thickness: 6.9mm, Weight: 76.44gms

NLM-510CB6 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy coin. A small module radiate or nummus indeterminate; fiercely worn, as indeed are many other objects reported along with it. Later Roman issue of 260-410.Obverse description: probably BustReverse description: possibly figure.Diameter: 13mm, Weight: 0.97gms

NLM-50FDF2 DRAWKNIFE POST MEDIEVAL

Iron drawknife fragment. A fragment of a heavy V-section blade which narrows to form what is here interpreted as a scale tang with a rounded and slightly expanded end. About 56mm of the blade and all the tang survive, with a bend perhaps caused by post-depositional damage at the proximal end of the tang. The scale tanged form, expanded handle and the good preservation of the iron, albeit encrusted externally, both suggest a relatively recent date. Another object of similar form was reported from nearby, NLM-512614, though lacking the V-section of the blade noted here. Both are probably from the same object; if so, this would imply a double handled tool such as a drawknife or spokeshave. Suggested date: Post-Medieval, 1600-1800.Length: 146mm, Width: 26.7mm, Thickness: 6.8mm, Weight: 81.38gms

NLM-50F07D VESSEL ROMAN

Lead vessel repair or pot mend. A small thick plug with lightly waisted sides suggesting it had mended a vessel wall of thickness c.3-4mm. Fiercely abraded and patinated. The small size may hint at a Roman date. Suggested date: Roman, 43-410.Diameter: 20.8mm, Thickness: 11.0mm, Weight: 20.74gms

NLM-50E4BB BROOCH POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy probable brooch fragment. An openwork frame comprising an oval loop of drawn wire [diameter 1.3mm] with fragmentary curving wires [diameter 0.9mm] attached at either end, possibly hammered where the inner and [putative] outer loops meet. The display face of the oval loop is nicked to achieve a billeted effect. Rust appears where the inner and outer loops meet. Presumably a light item of jewellery, and probably made in a craft rather than an industrial setting. Suggested date: Post-Medieval, 1800-1900.Length: 16.6mm, Height: 17.3mm, Thickness (overall): 2.4mm, Weight: 0.78gms

NLM-50D924 UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT ROMAN

Copper alloy unidentified object. A thick curved casting of concavo-convex form with a central rib flanked by hollows and the edges of adjacent ribs. Too massy to be a brooch or costume accessory, fiercely worn and abraded, to the point that a Roman date would seem the latest feasible to assign. Suggested date: Roman, 43-410.Length: 28.3mm, Width: 22.2mm, Thickness: 6.2mm, Weight: 11.72gms

NLM-50C47C COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy coin. Milled halfpenny of George III (1760-1820), Birmingham mint, fourth issue of 1806; worn.Obverse description: Small bust laureate draped right.Obverse inscription: [--] III D G [--]Reverse description: Britannia seated left.Diameter: 28.6mm, Weight: 8.13gms, die axis: 6

NLM-50B99A DISC POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy disc. Milled disc, possibly the size of a Georgian halfpenny, though if so, slightly overweight; worn, with loss of all detail from either side. Suggested date: Post-Medieval, 1730-1800.Diameter: 27mm, Weight: 8.63gms

PUBLIC-520B76 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of Constans (AD 333-350), dating to the period AD 347-348 (Reece period 17). VICTORIAE DD AVGGQ NN reverse type depicting Two Victories standing facing one another holding wreaths. Mint of Trier. As RIC VIII, p. 152, no. 195.

WMID-520089 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A cast lead alloy token of later medieval to post-medieval date, circa (AD1400-1800). The token is oval in plan. The upper face is decorated with a cast design comprising concentric circles. There are two outer circumferential circles with a central raised pellet. It is possible that the overall design can be compared to Powell's type 31 (Circular or elliptical geometric) The reverse face is flat and un-decorated. The token has a dark grey/brown coloured patina across all surfaces.Lead tokens had a wide variety of potential uses such as use as tallies, gaming pieces, tickets, weights, etc. and are believed to have been locally produced; they are therefore difficult to date precisely. Those carrying initials are generally deemed to be Post Medieval in date (1500-1850 AD), those which seem to mimic Medieval penny designs are deemed to be Medieval, the remainder which carry stylised designs remain difficult to date but the majority are probably Post Medieval in date c.1500-1800. Powell (2012) comments that Type 1, 31, and 3 are designs which were commonly made stock and occur in large quantities, dating to the late 16th to mid 19th centuries.The token measures 21.15 mm diameter, is 3.14 mm thick and weighs 5.8 gramsPowell, D. (2012) The 18th century Sophistication of the Stock Design. Lead Token Telegraph Issue 86.

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The Art of the Amarna Period

Of all the pharaohs who ruled ancient Egypt, there is one in particular that stands out from the rest. Over the course of his 17-year reign (1353-1336 BCE), Akhenaten spearheaded a cultural, religious, and artistic revolution that rattled the country, throwing thousands of years of tradition out the window and imposing a new world order. After his death his name was omitted from the king lists, his images...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

GLO-523733 COIN ROMAN

A silver Denari Legionary issue of Mark Antony 32-31BC (Period 1) Obverse: Galley Right ANT AVG III VIR R P [C] Reverse: Aquila (eagle) between two standards with LEG XI below.

WMID-516923 SPUR POST MEDIEVAL

A Post Medieval copper alloy spur fragment probably dating to the 17th century. The spur is now incomplete and consists of the heel and incomplete arms. The arms are probably recent breaks as the patina does not cover the end terminals. The arms have a pointed oval cross section with a rounded upper edge. Integral to the exterior edge is a protrusion which originally held the rowel. The protrusion has concave sides and is oval in section. This projection extends to a length of 26.5 mm. The object has a dark green to black coloured abraded surface patina. There is evidence of iron corrosion on the protrusion suggesting an iron rowel spur was once attached.Similar to an example recorded in Kent (KENT-EB6F9A) and Herefordshire (WAW-30746D). Bailey (2002: p.35) illustrates spurs through the ages. This example is closer in comparison to the illustrated example from the 17th century.The spur measures 57.73 mm in length, 56.44 mm in width, 3.75 mm thickness at the shoulder and weighs 25.4 grams.Bailey, G., (2002) Detector Finds 5 Great Britain : Greenlight Publishing.

WMID-51D858 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A cast lead alloy token of later medieval to post-medieval date, circa (AD1400-1800). The token is circular in plan. The upper face is decorated with a cast design comprising a raised pellet in the centre with four raised pellets surrounding it. It is possible that the overall design can be compared to Powell's type 14 (crosses) which is similar to the tokens imitating Medieval coinage however this example does not have the raised cross usually seen with the pellets then located in the segments. The reverse face is flat and un-decorated. The token has a dark grey coloured patina across all surfaces which also has areas of abrasion, most notably on the reverse face.Lead tokens had a wide variety of potential uses such as use as tallies, gaming pieces, tickets, weights, etc. and are believed to have been locally produced; they are therefore difficult to date precisely. Those carrying initials are generally deemed to be Post Medieval in date (1500-1850 AD), those which seem to mimic Medieval penny designs are deemed to be Medieval, the remainder which carry stylised designs remain difficult to date but the majority are probably Post Medieval in date c.1500-1800. Powell (2012) comments that Type 1, 31, and 3 are designs which were commonly made stock and occur in large quantities, dating to the late 16th to mid 19th centuries.The token measures 17.31 mm diameter, is 3.04 mm thick and weighs 5.1 gramsPowell, D. (2012) The 18th century Sophistication of the Stock Design. Lead Token Telegraph Issue 86.

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Barcombe Hill Roman Signal Station

A Roman signal station on Barcombe Hill, overlooking the Stanegate and Vindolanda.

Imagery Location of Signal Station

Representative point of center of visible remains, after information in PastScape.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SOM-50E3F3 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A Post-Medieval Silver groat of Mary (AD 1553-1558), dating to AD 1553-1554. Pomegranate intial mark. Mint of London. North (1991: 127) no. 1960.

New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room: Recent Additions

1987 (31987)

47 verses indexed by jjmccollum
21 features annotated by jjmccollum

l 211 (40211)

19 verses indexed by lakmann

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Dierna

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 21 E5 Dierna

Transdierna

The site of a Roman fort on the right bank of the Danube, Transdierna played an important part in the Dacian Wars. Its name is not attested until the fourth century A.D.

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Sui Dynasty

The Sui Dynasty (581-618 CE) was a brief one with only two reigning emperors but it managed to unify China following the split of the Northern and Southern Dynasties period. As had happened previously in Chinese history, a short-lived dynasty made important structural changes which paved the way for a more long-lasting successor, where culture and the arts flourished, in this case, the Tang Dynasty. Reforms...

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138 (30138)

74 verses indexed by bruce
13 features annotated by bruce

1987 (31987)

38 verses indexed by jjmccollum
17 features annotated by jjmccollum

884 (30884)

40 verses indexed by bruce
14 features annotated by bruce

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Barcombe Hill Roman Quarry

Two quarry faces to the southwest of the summit of Barcombe Hill, near Vindolanda. Findspot of RIB 3373.

Imagery location of Quarry - South face

Coordinates derived from geograph.org.uk.

Imagery location of Quarry-North face

Coordinates derived from geograph.org.uk.

Scargill Moors Roman shrines

Complex of two Roman shrines to the god Vintonus on Scargill Moor, near Bowes in County Durham

Site of rectangular shrine

Coordinates derived from Pastscape record and converted to WGS84 latitude, longitude values from the Ordnance Survey grid references, resolved to their center points.

Site of circular shrine

Coordinates derived from Pastscape record and converted to WGS84 latitude, longitude values from the Ordnance Survey grid references, resolved to their center points.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD073278 (Britannia)

[---] / [---]NE[---] / [---]

HD073265 (Britannia)

Πανυπείροχα/ς ἀνθρώπων / σωτῆρας ἐν ἀθα/νάτοισιν / Ἀσκληπιὸν ἠ/πιοχεῖρα <θ'> Ὑγεί/ην <καὶ> Πανάκει/αν εἰητρὸς [Ἀ]ντίοχος / [---]

HD068221 (Germania inferior)

M(arcus) Traianius / Gumattius Gai/sionis f(ilius) vet(eranus) alae / Afror(um) t(estamento) p(oni) i(ussit)

HD068220 (Germania inferior)

ABCDEFGHIKLMN/OPQRSTVX // ABCDEFG/IKLMN

HD067571 (Germania inferior)

Verecu[ndus] / votum piu[m] / modium II f[ecit]

HD066856 (Germania inferior)

$] / [---] La[tob]icor(um) et Varcian[or(um)et I et II c(ivium) R(omanorum)] / [et II et II Hispano]r(um) et II Astur(um) II Varcian(orum) et II [Britton(um)] / [mil(liaria) et II Thr]ac(um) et III Lusitanor(um) et III Breucor(um) [e]t I[III] / [Thrac(um) et VI] Breucor(um) et VI Raetor(um) et VI Brittonum [et] / [sunt in Germani]a inferiore sub Imp(eratore) Traiano Aug(usto) / [qui quina et v]icena plurave stipendia meruerun[t item dimissis ho]nesta missione emeritis stipendiis e[t] / [classicis qui milit]ant sub eodem praef(ecto) L(ucio) Calpurnio Sab[ino] / [senis et vic]enis stipendiis emeritis quorum no[mina] / [subscrip]ta sunt ipsis liberis posterisque e[orum] / [civitatem d]edit et conubium cum uxoribu[s quas tunc habuiss]ent cum est civitas iis data aut s[i qui cae]/[libes essent cu]m iis quas postea duxissent du[mtaxat] / [singuli sing]ulas a(nte) d(iem) X K(alendas) Mart(ias) Imp(eratore) C[aes(are)] / [Traiano Aug(usto) G]er(manico) II Sex(to) Iulio Frontino II co(n)[s(ulibus)] / [alae I Ba]tavorum cui prae(e)st / [---] T(iti) f(ilius) Vol(tinia) Rufus / [dimis]so honesta missione / ex gregale / [---] Gaveri f(ilius) Batav(o) / [et --- Pere]grini filiae uxori eius Bat(avae) / [et ---a]e fil(iae) [eius] / [et ---]ae fil(ius) [eius] / [descriptum et] recognitum ex t[abula aenea quae fixa est Ro]mae in mur[o post templum] / [divi Aug(usti) ad Minerva]m // $] / [--- In]dian(a) et I Noricor(um) [et I Batavor(um) et ---] / [--- et Af]ror(um) et I Hispanor(um) et I Pannonior(um) [---] / [et --- et I Thrac(um) et I Fl]avia Hispanor(um) et I Pannonior(um) et Delmatar(um) / [c(ivium) R(omanorum) et I Vindel]icor(um) c(ivium) R(omanorum) mil(liaria) et I Raetor(um) c(ivium) R(omanorum) et I classica et I Lu/[censium et I Lat]obicor(um) et Varcianor(um) et I et II c(ivium) R(omanorum) et II et II Hispa/[nor(um) et II Ast]ur(um) et II Varcianor(um) et II Brittonum mi[l(liaria) et] / [II Thrac(um) et III L]usitanor(um) et III Breucor(um) et IIII Thrac(um) [et VI] / [Breucor(um) et VI Rae]tor(um) et VI Brittonum et sunt in Germ[ania] / [inferiore su]b Imp(eratore) Tra[i]ano Aug(usto) qui quin[a et vi]/[cena plurave stipe]ndia mer[uerunt i]tem dimiss[is hone]/[sta missione emeritis stipendiis et] classicis qu[i mili]/[tant sub eodem praef(ecto) L(ucio) Calpurnio Sabi]no senis et [vicenis] / [&

HD066432 (Germania inferior)

Matribus / Mopatibus / suis / M(arcus) Liberius / Victor / cives / Nervius / neg(otiator) fru(mentarius) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD058538 (Raetia)

[Pro salute et] incolu[mitate ---?] / [---? trib(unicia) pot(estate)] III imp(eratoris) V co(n)s(ulis) [---?] / [---?] totiusqu[e domus divinae ---?] / [---? conla]bsos(!) restitu[it ---?] / [---i]us Surus [---](?) / [&?

HD058508 (Raetia)

[Imperatori Caesari] / [Imp(eratoris) Caes(aris) L(uci)] Sept[imi Severi] / [Pii Pert(inacis) Aug(usti)] Arab(ici) Adi[ab(enici) Parth(ici) max(imi)] / [pont(ificis) max(imi) f(ilio) divi M]arci Anto[nini Germanici] / [Sarma]tici ne[poti divi Anto]/[nini Pii pron]epoti d[ivi Hadria]/[ni abnep]oti divi [Traiani] / [Parthic]i et [divi Nervae] / [a]dnepot[i] / [M(arco) Aur(elio) Anton]ino Pio A[ug(usto) trib(unicia) pot(estate)] / [---] proc[o(n)s(uli) ---] / [&

HD058506 (Raetia)

Matid[iae] / divae Mati[diae] / [A]ug(ustae) fil(iae) di[vae] / Marciana[e Aug(ustae)] / [ne]pti divi [Tra]/[ia]ni abne[pti] / divae Sab[inae] / [Aug(ustae)] so[rori ---?] / [&?

HD058502 (Raetia)

$](?) / [---?]C[---?] / [---?] ex [---?] / [---?] l(ibens) l(aetus?) [---?]

HD058501 (Raetia)

$] / [--- S]ecc[o](?) / [et] Valeria / [A]gathe v(otum) / [s(olverunt)] l(ibentes) l(aeti) m(erito)

HD058500 (Raetia)

$] / [---]us optio [---] / [---]RAETERI[---] / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD058499 (Raetia)

$] / [A]el(ius) Mont[an(ius)] / [P]haeder pro / salute sua et P(ubli) / Hisp(ani?) Canavili / fili(i) et Ael(iae) Mon[t(aniae)] / Festinae con/iugis v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito) / d(ecreto?) d(ecurionum?) d(ie?) VII Kal(endas) / Sept(embres) [[Geta]] II et / [[Plautiano]] / II co(n)s(ulibus)

HD058497 (Raetia)

Helvius Modestinus / consa(cravit) Corrodu // donum / dedit

HD058494 (Raetia)

Municipi(i) Ael(i) [Aug(usti)] negotiator(es) / vestiariae et [lint]iariae aedem / cum suis orn[ame]ntis sibi et P(ublio?) Pat(ernio?) / C(aio) Antoni[o Aelia]no equiti Romano / decurioni m[uni]cipi(i) Ael(i) Aug(usti) [meri]to

HD055968 (Raetia)

Imp(erator) Caesar divi Nervae [f(ilius) Nerva Traianus Optimus] / Augustus Germanicus D[acic(us) Parthic(us) ponti]/fex maximus tribun[icia potestate XX imperator] / XIII proco(n)s(ul) co(n)[s(ul) VI pater patriae] / equitibus et peditibus qui [militaverunt in alis quat]/tuor et cohortibus decem [et tribus quae appellan]/tur I Hispanor(um) Auriana e[t I Augusta Thracum et I sin]/gular(ium) c(ivium) R(omanorum) p(ia) f(idelis) et II Flavia |(milliaria) [p(ia) f(idelis) et I Flavia Canathenor(um)] / |(milliaria) sagittar(ia) et I Breucor(um) c(ivium) [R(omanorum) et I Raetor(um) et II Raetor(um)] / et I[I] Aquitanor(um) c(ivium) R(omanorum) et III Br[acaraugustan(orum) et III Thrac(um)] / v<e>teran(a) et III Britannor(um) [et III Thrac(um) c(ivium) R(omanorum) et III Batavor(um)] / |(milliaria) et IIII Gallor(um) et V Braca[raugustanor(um) et VI Lusita]/nor(um) et VIIII Batavor(um) |(milliaria) [et sunt in Raetia sub Iulio?] / Frontone quinis et vice[nis pluribusve stipendiis e]/meritis dimissis honest[a missione per Cornelium] / Latinianum quorum n[omina subscripta sunt ip]/sis liberis poste[r]i[sque eorum civitatem dedit et co]/nubium cum [& // Imp(erator) Caesar divi Nervae f(ilius) N[erva Traianus Optimus] / Aug(ustus) Germ(anicus) Da[c]ic(us) Parthic(us) po[ntifex maximus tribunicia potestate] / XX imp(erator) XIII pro[co(n)sul co(n)s(ul) VI pater patriae] / equitib(us) et peditib(us) qui mil[itaverunt in alis] / quattuor et [c]oh(ortibus) dec[em et tribus quae] / appellantur I Hispa[nor(um) Auriana et I Augusta Thracum] / et I sing(ularium) c(ivium) R(omanorum) p(ia) f(idelis) et II Fl[avia |(milliaria) p(ia) f(idelis) et I Flavia Ca]/nathenor(um) |(milliaria) [s]ag(ittaria) et [I Breucor(um) c(ivium) R(omanorum) et I] / [Raet(orum) et II] R[aet(orum) &

HD050375 (Raetia)

[Deo? L]ari(?) et Larundae / [Vind]elicis sacellum / [hos]pitibus dicavit / [en]siferi(?) tribunus / militis [i]n Liburno / [s]atus(?) [Ap]oni medentis / olente maria limo / Marcus Ateste prisc[o?]/ Aemilius rebitens / [tu]rrigeras ad arces

HD050314 (Germania inferior)

Leg(io) Hisp(ana) / IX

HD049059 (Germania inferior)

C(ai) Aquilli / Proculi / |(centurionis) leg(ionis) VIII / Aug(ustae)

HD047758 (Germania inferior)

Leg(io) I M(inervia) p(ia) f(idelis)

HD043397 (Moesia superior)

$]L I(?)[---] / [---]L CO[&

HD043396 (Moesia superior)

$]MA[& // $] nep(oti?) [&

HD043386 (Moesia superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / L(ucius) Popilius / Hermes / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD042849 (Moesia superior)

[S?]omno / C(---) C[---]I / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD037129 (Moesia superior)

Leg(ionis) XIII g(eminae) p(iae) c(onstantis)

HD036103 (Moesia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) // Iulia vix(it) / ann(os) XXX / h(ic) s(ita) e(st) Sod/a Celer(is?) <f>(ilia)(?) / f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD036005 (Moesia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / T(itus) Dindius Marce[l]lus / cornicularius legati / leg(ionis) VII Cl(audiae) vix(it) ann(os) XL h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / quo<d> testa[me]nto fieri / praeceper[at fam]ula Par/thenope n[---] eris(!) / f(aciendum) c(uravit) quod opu[s ---] / est Id(ib)us Aug(ustis) [---] / Aeliano [co(n)s(ulibus)]

HD032001 (Moesia superior)

L(ucio) Vitr[asio] / Flamin[ino] / leg(ato) Aug(usti) [pr(o) pr(aetore)] / Moesia[e supe]/rioris [col(onia)] / Ulp(ia) Tra(iana) [Rat(iaria)] / d(ecreto) [d(ecurionum)]

HD031893 (Moesia superior)

[H]erculi Invicto / Aur(elius) (H)erodes / et Iul(ius) Super / pro s(alute) collegi(i) / v(otum) [l(ibens)](?) a(nimo) m(erenti) pos(uerunt)

HD031782 (Moesia superior)

Cast(rum?) Marg(um?)

HD031743 (Moesia superior)

Iob(i)(!) Opt(imo) M(aximo) Dul(i)c(h)eno(!) e/x vot(o) Ael(ii) Silvanus / het(!) Leonides le<g>(ionis) sig(niferi) / [b]en(e) mir(enti)(!)

HD030165 (Dalmatia)

Anancae / pro sal(ute) / Val(eri) Lici/niani / fili / L(ucius) Coe(lius) Val(erianus?) / pater / l(ibens) l(aetus)

HD029121 (Moesia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / G(aio) Valerio / Alexan/dro q(ui) v(ixit) a(nnos) / L Iulia Pol/litta co(n)iux / et / Valerii Ma/rcian(us) o(rnatus) o(rnamentis) dec(urionalibus) / Marcus Phi/lisc(us) Alexan/dria Iulia fili(i) / patri b(ene) m(erenti)

HD020963 (Moesia superior)

$] / et Aur(eli) Longi/ni v(ixit) a(nnos) VI et Aur(eli) / Bessi v(ixit) a(nnos) V Au/relia Matiae(!) / et Aur(elius) Ursus / ducenar(ius) b(ene) m(erentibus) / posuer(unt)

HD020394 (Moesia superior)

Imp(erator) Caesar divi / Vespasiani f(ilius) Domi/[tianus] Aug(ustus) Germ(anicus) pont(ifex) / maximus trib(unicia) pot(estate) XII / imp(erator) XXII co(n)s(ul) XVI censor / perpetuus p(ater) p(atriae) i[t]er Scor/fularum vetu[s]tate [e]t / incursu Danuvi c[or]/ruptum operibu[s i]/teratis O(?)[---] / LEG[---]

HD020391 (Moesia superior)

Imp(erator) Caesar [divi] / Vespasian[i f(ilius) Domi]/[tianus Aug(ustus) Germani]/cus pont(ifex) m[ax(imus) tr(ibunicia) p(otestate) XII] / impe[r(ator) XXII co(n)s(ul) XVI cen]/sor perp(etuus) [p(ater) p(atriae) iter Scor]/[f]ularum [vetustate et in]/cursu Danu[vi corr]uptu[m] / oper[ibus iterat]is re[s]/titui[t &

HD018205 (Britannia)

In his praed[is] / Aurel(iae) Con[ce]/ssae san[ctis](s)/imae pu[ellae]

HD016858 (Moesia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Aeli Salvi Sil/vini v(ixit) an(nos) XIIII / [h(ic)] s(itus) e(st) / [---]us / [&?

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B015626

Šašel Kos, M.: Ananca: Greek Ananke worshipped at Doclea (Dalmatia).

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HD014593 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) / [---] Soterae con/iugi pientissim[(a)e] / Iul(ius) Senecianus / ponendum pro / condicione loci / curavit

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B015625

Cambi, N.: Herkul na Braču. (Mit englischer Zusammenfassung)

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HD008416 (Moesia superior)

Divos / testor // D(is) M(anibus) / Antoniae / Antoni lib(ertae) / Nicopoli vix(it) / ann(os) XXX h(ic) s(ita) e(st) / M(arcus) Antonius / Glycon con/iugi et libert(ae) / b(ene) m(erenti) p(osuit)

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B015624

Klein, J.: 12. Weihestein aus Nettersheim, Eifel.

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HD008149 (Germania inferior)

M(arcus) Scanius M(arci) Vol(tinia) / Maximus Amp(hipoli?) / m(iles) leg(ionis) X g(eminae) p(iae) f(idelis) A(---) VI/LI[---]

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HD007066 (Britannia)

[------] / [p(ius) f(elix) Au]g(ustus) [balneum] / [d]e novo [restitui] / [i]ussit vil[---] / c(uram) a(gente) Bassi[ano ---] / T[&

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B015622

Rageth, J.: Weitere Frührömische Militaria und andere Funde aus dem Oberhalbstein GR - Belege für den Alpenfeldzug.

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HD004918 (Raetia)

[I]mp(eratori) Cae[s(ari)] / M(arco) [Au]rel(io) [S]evero A[le]/[xandro Pi]o Fel[ici] / [Invicto A]ug(usto) d[ivi] / [Se]ve[ri nepo]t(i) d[om(ino) no]/[st]ro / [Antonini Mag]ni f[i]/[lio] p(ontifici) m(aximo) [tr]ib(unicia) [p]ot(estate) [V?] / [c]o(n)s(uli) II proco(n)s(uli) p(atri) p(atriae) [for]/[ti]ssimo ac felic[issi]/mo principi dom[ino] / [i]ndulgentissimo / [a]b Aug(usta) m(ilia) p(assuum) VIII[I]

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B012021

Lehner, H.: Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn.

September 21, 2017

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HAMP-410700 COIN ROMAN

A Roman nummus of Gratian (AD 367-83), GLORIA NOVI SAECVLI reverse type depicting emperor standing facing holding shield and standard. Mint of Arles, dating to AD 367-75 (Reece period 19).Reference: RIC volume 9, p.66, no.15.

Chronique des fouilles en ligne / Archaeology in Greece Online

KITION. - Bamboula- 2016

Dans le cadre de son nouveau programme portant sur l’occupation du début de l’Âge du Fer, la mission, dirigée par S. Fourrier (CNRS, Université de Lyon 2) a effectué, en octobre 2016, une première campagne de fouilles dans la partie Nord du site de Kition-Bamboula (où une tranchée ouverte en 1976 avait révélé l’existence probable d’un habitat d’époque géométrique). Deux sondages ont été explorés cette année (fig. 1).

Le sondage 11, à l’Ouest, a été implanté au point le plus élevé de la zone, afin de faire une coupe stratigraphique profonde et d’établir la chronologie de l’occupation. Sous les couches de surface (entre 6,50 et 5,90 m environ), strictement contemporaines, les premiers niveaux archéologiques atteints sont datables de l’époque hellénistique : ils sont constitués de sols mal conservés, associés à des murs. À partir de l’altitude moyenne 5,30-5,20 m, un sol d’époque classique (locus 856) a été dégagé dans la partie Sud ; il s’appuie contre un mur épais (locus 854) du côté Nord. L’étroitesse du sondage n’a pas permis, pour le moment, de déterminer la nature de l’occupation. La fouille s’est poursuivie sous ce sol, révélant un niveau de la fin de la période archaïque, datation que confirment quelques importations grecques, ioniennes et attiques (fig. 2).

La stratigraphie du sondage 10, à l’Est, est bien différente (fig. 3). La zone suit un fort pendage d’Ouest en Est, résultat du démantèlement de la colline de Bamboula en 1879. Sous une mince couche végétale, les niveaux sont immédiatement antiques : hellénistiques puis géométriques dans la partie Ouest ; datables du Bronze Récent dans la partie Est où toutes les couches postérieures ont été arrachées.
Il est remarquable que, dans la partie Ouest, les niveaux hellénistiques reposent directement sur les niveaux géométriques, qu’ils ont entamés (épandage et bassin 850). Dans ces niveaux hellénistiques, le matériel résiduel datable de l’époque classique et archaïque est d’ailleurs peu nombreux.
L’occupation d’époque géométrique connaît au moins deux phases, que caractérisent des sols successifs, associés à des murs et des fosses. Les structures construites sont très mal conservées, surtout attestées dans la partie Sud-Ouest du sondage. La plus récente (mur 844) peut être datée du Chypro-Géométrique III ; la plus ancienne (murs 849 et 862, fosse 866) du Chypro-Géométrique I-II. Un sondage réduit, sous le dernier niveau de sol, a livré du matériel plus ancien et pourrait indiquer un niveau en place du XIe s. av. J.-C. (fig. 4). Au Nord, une fosse creusée depuis les niveaux de la seconde phase géométrique (locus 860) contenait un matériel encore plus ancien, fait de céramique utilitaire du XIIe s. et d’ossements animaux (pour l’essentiel des ovicaprinés, portant de nombreuses traces de découpe). Il s’agit de toute évidence de restes d’une occupation domestique, rejetés dans cette fosse en dépôt secondaire lors d’un réaménagement de la zone.
Dans la partie Est du sondage, enfin, les niveaux en place sur le rocher sont datables du XIIIe s. av. J.-C. Malheureusement, ces derniers n’ont été, pour le moment, atteints que sur une surface très limitée : une fosse contemporaine avait crevé tous les niveaux antiques et reposait sur le substrat. Elle recouvrait une série de creusements circulaires dont la fonction et la datation n’apparaissent pas encore clairement.
 
Cette première campagne de fouilles a donc livré deux résultats importants. Le premier concerne la chronologie du site de Bamboula. On a pu mettre en évidence l’existence de niveaux d’occupation du Bronze Récent qui reposent directement sur le rocher. D’après les données collectées, il paraît raisonnable de supposer une occupation continue depuis le XIIIe jusqu’au IXe s. av. J.-C. au moins. C’est la première fois qu’une telle séquence, connue sur d’autres sites de Kition (en particulier à Kathari), est documentée à Bamboula où les niveaux antérieurs à la période géométrique n’étaient jusqu’alors attestés que par du matériel résiduel ou des dépôts secondaires.
Le second résultat concerne la topographie. On supposait jusqu’alors que la muraille de la ville du Bronze Récent passait à cet endroit, selon une orientation Nord-Sud. Or, le dégagement du rocher sur une assez large surface a révélé des aménagements qui rendent l’existence d’un rempart improbable. Ce constat incite à poser, à nouveau, la question de la situation de Bamboula par rapport à la ville. Ajoutons, en outre, qu’on a pu mettre en évidence, à l’Est, une rupture du relief, qui pourrait bien correspondre à un bord de bassin portuaire aménagé.

Prosilio- 2017

A monumental Mycenaean rock-cut chamber tomb came to light at Prosilio in the municipality of Levadia, near Orchomenos in Boeotia, during the first season of a five-year programme of excavations conducted there in collaboration between the Greek Ministry of Culture & Sports/Ephorate of Antiquities of Boeotia and the British School at Athens/University of Cambridge (Figs 1-2).

The tomb is one of the largest of its kind ever to have been discovered in Greece. A rock-cut passageway (dromos), 20m in length (Fig. 3), leads to a monumental façade 5.40m in depth. The façade gives access, through a doorway (stomion), to the burial chamber which has an area of 42sqm, making this example the 9th largest of c. 4,000 Mycenaean chamber tombs that have been excavated in Greece in the last 150 years. The chamber’s roof was originally gabled and had a height of c. 3.5m. Over the years, and perhaps even since Mycenaean times, the original roof started to crumble creating a cavernous interior with an existing height of 6.5m. The crumbling of the original roof disturbed, to some extent, the burial and its furnishings in the chamber but also helped seal the burial layer. Inside the chamber, a rock-cut bench was carved on all four sides of the rectangular tomb. The bench was enhanced by the addition of mud plaster.

The construction of the tomb dates to the middle of the 14th century BC. Its excavation has yielded one of the best documented assemblages of a Mycenaean palatial individual burial on mainland Greece. The presence of a single burial (Fig. 4) with important finds is an extraordinary discovery, rarely attested in monumental Mycenaean chamber tombs. Tombs of this type are used for many burials making it difficult to associate particular objects with individual burials. In the case of the Prosilio tomb, however, the discovery of a single burial allows for the association of the objects placed in the tomb with the dead individual buried there.

On the chamber floor, the team discovered the burial of a man, 40-50 years old, accompanied by a number of objects, the study and conservation of which has just begun. The assemblage includes ‘tinned’ clay vessels of various shapes (Fig. 5), a pair of horse bits (Fig. 6), arrows, pins, jewellery of various materials, combs, a sealstone and a signet ring.

The discovery of this burial and its associated finds will allow the researchers to understand better funeral practices in the region during the Mycenaean period. The first examination of the finds suggests a conscious selection of the objects interred with the body by the tomb-using group that was responsible for the burial’s preparation. As in the case of the warrior discovered at Bronze Age Pylos in 2015 – chronologically earlier by at least a century to the burial in the Prosilio tomb – the placement of different shapes and types of jewellery with a male burial contests the, until now widely held, belief that jewellery should mostly be associated with female burials. It is also worth noting that, with the exception of two painted stirrup jars (Fig. 7), commonly used to store aromatic oils, no painted pottery was discovered in the tomb – a feature which is otherwise widely attested in tombs of this period.

The Prosilio team believes that the tomb is associated with ancient Orchomenos, a major regional centre controlling northern Boeotia. Orchomenos, which is c. 3.5km away, supervised and controlled during the 14th and 13th c. BC the partial drainage of Lake Kopaïs. The power of this centre is reflected in its most famous monument, the tholos tomb of ‘Minyas’,  comparable in size and refinement only to the tholos tomb of ‘Atreus’ at Mycenae. The dead man from the Prosilio tomb was most likely associated with the upper echelons of society at this major Mycenaean centre. His important social role was secured after death by an impressive lasting home, which however was only admired during his high-status burial, before he was covered for ever with soil along with the indicators of his power.

The Prosilio project was conducted with the permission of the Greek Ministry of Culture & Sports. Directors of the inter-disciplinary five-year Prosilio project are: Dr Alexandra Charami, Director of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Boeotia, and Dr Yannis Galanakis, Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Classics, University of Cambridge. The Prosilio team also includes K. Kalliga, archaeologist of the Ephorate of Antiquities of Boeotia, Dr P. Karkanas, geoarchaeologist and Director of the Wiener Laboratory at the American School of Classical Studies in Athens, Dr I. Moutafi, bio-archaeologist responsible for the osteological study.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

HAMP-40D353 COIN ROMAN

A Roman nummus of Crispus (AD 317-26), CAESARVM NOSTRORVM reverse type depicting a wreath enclosing VOT // V. Mint of Arles, dating to AD 321 (Reece period 16).Reference: RIC volume 7, p.259, no.225.

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LIN-3DE9D9 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy contemporary copy of a nummus of Constantius II dated to AD 355-361 (Reece period 18). FEL TEMP REPARATIO. Mint unknown.Overall dimensions: 17mm in diameter and 2.55g in weight.

LIN-3DF842 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy contemporary copy of a nummus of Constantius II dated to AD 355-361 (Reece period 18). FEL TEMP REPARATIO reverse type depicting a soldier spearing a fallen horseman. Mint of Lyons.Overall dimensions: 18mm in diameter and 2.08g in weight.

LIN-3E08EB COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy contemporary copy of a nummus of Constantius II dated to AD 355-361 (Reece period 18). FEL TEMP REPARATIO reverse type depicting a soldier spearing a fallen horseman. Mint unknown.Overall dimensions: 15mm in diameter and 1.11g in weight.

LIN-3E2025 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Magnentius dated to AD 350-353 (Reece period 18). VICTORIA DD NN AVG ET CAES reverse type depicting Victories with wreath inscribed VOT/V/MVLT/X. Mint of Lyons.Overall dimensions: 19mm in diameter and 2.13g in weight.

SOM-3DFB96 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy 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 from the left and holding a standard. Uncertain mint.

NARC-3DE767 SHOT POST MEDIEVAL

A complete lead or lead alloy Shot of Post-Medieval date (AD 1600-1800). The object is spherical and has a hollow circular casting spru and a partially visible circumferential casting seam. The ball displays slight likely post-depositional damage in the form of depressions on its surface.The metal is grey in colour with a smooth patina.The weight of the ball suggests that it was meant to be fire from an arquebus and CaliverDF Harding, 2012, Lead Shot of the English Civil War: A Radical study Foresight Publications, LondonDiameter: 11.5mm, Weight: 24.4 g.

LIN-3DDCFC COIN ROMAN

21 Roman copper alloy contemporary copies of nummi of Constantius II dated to AD 355-361 (Reece period 18). [FEL TEMP REPARATIO] reverse type depicting soldier spearing fallen horseman. Mint unknown. One coin in the collection was perforated.Average overall dimensions: 17mm in diameter and 2.4g in weight.

NARC-3DCCBC SHOT POST MEDIEVAL

A complete lead or lead alloy Shot of Post-Medieval date (AD 1600-1800). The object is spherical and has a circumferential casting seam and numerous indentations across its surface.The metal is brown in colour with a predominantly smooth patina.The weight of the ball suggests that it was meant to be fire from an arquenus and CaliverDF Harding, 2012, Lead Shot of the English Civil War: A Radical study Foresight Publications, LondonDiameter: 17.09mm, Weight: 29.7 g.

NARC-3DAD70 SHOT POST MEDIEVAL

A complete lead or lead alloy Shot of Post-Medieval date (AD 1600-1800). The object is spherical with a partially visible circumferential casting seam. The object has some minor indentations.The metal is grey with a predominantly smooth patina.The weight of the ball suggests that it was meant to be fire from an Arquebus and caliverDF Harding, 2012, Lead Shot of the English Civil War: A Radical study Foresight Publications, LondonDiameter: 17.18mm, Weight: 28g.

LIN-3DBBBD COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Magnentius dated to AD 350-353 (Reece period 18). [FEL TEMP REPARATIO] reverse type the Emperor standing left on a galley. Mint unknown.Overall dimensions: 19mm in diameter and 2.93g in weight.

LIN-3DA85F COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy contemporary copy of a nummus of Constans dated to AD 348-350 (Reece period 18). FEL TENP [REPARATIO] reverse type the Emperor on a galley moving left. Possible mint of Trier. Overall dimensions: 21mm in diameter and 3.7g in weight.

LIN-3D8B72 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Constantius II dated to AD 348-350 (Reece period 18). FEL.TEMP.[REPARATIO] reverse type depicting a phoenix on a rocky outcrop. Mint of Trier. RIC vol. VIII, p. 154, no. 227.Overall dimensions: 16mm in diameter and 1.61g in weight.

NARC-3D944A SHOT POST MEDIEVAL

A complete lead or lead alloy Shot of Post-Medieval date (AD 1600-1800). The object is spherical. The ball has a circumferential casting seam and displays damage in the form of grooves and indentations on it's surface.The metal is cream in colour with a predominantly smooth patina.The weight of the ball suggests that it was meant to be fire from a musketDF Harding, 2012, Lead Shot of the English Civil War: A Radical study Foresight Publications, LondonDiameter: 17.68 mm, Weight: 30.1g.

NARC-3D8296 SHOT POST MEDIEVAL

A complete lead or lead alloy Shot of Post-Medieval date (AD 1600-1800). The object is spherical with a distinct casting seam visible around the circumference of the object and a circular hollow casting spru.The metal is grey in colour with a smooth patina.The weight of the ball suggests that it was meant to be fire from a pistolDF Harding, 2012, Lead Shot of the English Civil War: A Radical study Foresight Publications, LondonDiameter: 14.13 mm, Weight: 14.7g.

LIN-3D7084 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus probably of Decentius dated to AD 351-3 (Reece period 18). [VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAES] reverse type depicting two Victories holding a wreath inscribed VOT/V/MVLT/X, with an I below the wreath and the Chi-Rho above. Mint of Lyons. RIC vol. VIII, p. 188, no. 149.Overall dimensions: 18mm in diameter and 1.91g in weight.

NARC-3D6E55 SHOT POST MEDIEVAL

A complete lead or lead alloy Shot of Post-Medieval date (AD 1600-1800). The object is spherical. The ball displays numerous depressions on its surface and some shallow grooves.The metal is grey in colour with a slightly pitted patina.The weight of the ball suggests that it was meant to be fire from a pistolDF Harding, 2012, Lead Shot of the English Civil War: A Radical study Foresight Publications, LondonDiameter: 14.48mm, Weight: 15g.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NARC-3D5833 SHOT POST MEDIEVAL

A complete lead or lead alloy Shot of Post-Medieval date (AD 1600-1800). The object is spherical with a casting seam visible around the circumference and there are numerous indentations on it's surface.The metal is grey in colour with a predominantly smooth patina.The weight of the ball suggests that it was meant to be fire from a pistolDF Harding, 2012, Lead Shot of the English Civil War: A Radical study Foresight Publications, LondonDiameter: 14.26mm, Weight: 14.6g.

LIN-3D61E5 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Magnentius or Decentius dated to AD 350-3 (Reece period 18). [VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAE] reverse type depicting two Victories holding a wreath inscribed VOT/V/MVLT/X. Mint unknown.Overall dimensions: 22mm in diameter and 4.25g in weight.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Social Structure in Ancient Egypt

The society of ancient Egypt was strictly divided into a hierarchy with the king at the top and then his vizier, the members of his court, priests and scribes, regional governors (eventually called 'nomarchs'), the generals of the military (after the period of the New Kingdom, c. 1570- c. 1069 BCE), artists and craftspeople, government overseers of worksites (supervisors), the peasant farmers...

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Chinese Emperor

The emperors of ancient China had tremendous power and responsibility. Called the ‘Son of Heaven’, he (and once she) was given a divine right to rule over all people but was expected to promote their best interest and not his own. An absolute monarch, although in practice dependent on an inner circle of advisors, the mystique of the emperor was enhanced by his invisibility to ordinary people...

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The Paw Paw Trench site is situated in Obion County, western Tennessee. Five bulk samples, collected from a paleoseismic trench associated with Reelfoot Fault activity (Ryan Gold, personal communication May 31, 2017), were submitted to recover and identify charred floral material appropriate for AMS radiocarbon age determination.

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HD075238 (Germania superior)

$](?) / [---]MIL(?)[---] / [---] pr[---] / [---]BE[---] / [---]L(?) L(---) [---] / [------](?) / [---]ntia[---] / [&?

HD075237 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / M(arci) Euvodi / Marcia / Festina / et M(arcia) Iu[li]a / [fili]ae h(eredes) f(aciendum) c(uraverunt)

HD060033 (Raetia)

$] / [--- Anton]in[o Pio Felici] / [Aug(usto)] Part[hico max(imo) Brit(annico)] / m[ax(imo) po]nt(ifici) m[ax(imo) trib(unicia) pot(estate) XV] / im[p(eratori) II co(n)s(uli) II]I [des(ignato) IIII p(atri) p(atriae) sa]/crat(issimo) [a]c fe[l(icisimo) princ(ipi) coh(ors) III Brit(annorum)] / [A]nton(iniana) eq(u)i[tata ---]

HD060032 (Raetia)

[Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) M(arco) Aurel(io)] / [Antonino Pio Fel(ici)]/ [Augusto Parthico] ma[x(imo) Brit(annico)] / [maximo po]nt(ifici) max(imo) [trib(unicia)] / [p(otestate) XV] imp(eratori) II c[o(n)s(uli) III] / [des(ignato) IIII] p(atri) p(atriae) sac[r(atissimo) ac] / [fel(icissimo) prin]ci(pi) co[hors III Britannorum] / [Antoniniana eq(u)itata &

HD058831 (Raetia)

$] / [--- V]al(eria?) vi[ctr(x) bis tor]/[q]uat(a) ob [virtutem] / [ap]pel(l)a[tae]

HD058814 (Raetia)

Imp(eratori) Caesari divi / Hadriani fil(io) divi Tr(aiani) / nepo(ti) Tito Ael(io) Hadri/ano Antonino Aug(usto) / Pio pontif(ici) maximo / p(atri) p(atriae) consul(i) III tribun(icia) / pot(estate) IIII ala I singular(ium) / p(ia) f(idelis) c(ivium) R(omanorum)

HD058706 (Raetia)

Sex(tus) Nant(ius) Secun/dus civ(is) Trev[[er]] / v(ixit) a(nnos) LXXXX Nant(ius) / Nammavos lib(ertus) / et her(es) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD058493 (Raetia)

Deo Volkano / Iul(ius) Marcia/nus ex voto / v(otum) r(eddidit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD058492 (Raetia)

Trivis(?) Quad/rivis(?) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD058491 (Raetia)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) deo Silvano / templ(um) cum signo ve/tustate conlabsum(!) / Sext(us) Attonius Privatus / cives(!) Trever IIIIIIvir / Augustalis pecunia / sua restituit

HD058489 (Raetia)

Plutoni et / Proserpin/ae Flavia / Veneria / Bessa ex / visu aedem / d(e) s(ua) p(ecunia?) v(otum) {I} s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD058486 (Raetia)

[P]arci[s] / sacr(um) / C(aius) / Cossinius / Primus / v(otum) s(olvit) p(ius) / l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD058485 (Raetia)

Mercurio / Aug(usto) sacrum / M(arcus) Bassinius / Vitalis / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD058484 (Raetia)

Mercurio / ex voto / P(ublius) Ael(ius) Senno / qui aedem / et signum / s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD058483 (Raetia)

Mercurio / [&

HD058482 (Raetia)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / deo Marti / et Victoriae / contuberni/um Marticu/ltorum posu/erunt v(otum) s(olverunt) / l(ibentes) l(aeti) m(erito)

HD058481 (Raetia)

Marti / Crispus Rae/ci fil(ius) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD058480 (Raetia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / [---]SI[---] / [------] / VE[---]I[---] / [------] / [&?

HD058479 (Raetia)

[I(ovi)] O(ptimo) M(aximo) / [Aet]erno [Con]servatori / [ceterisque] / [dis] deabusque / [hui]us(?) loci / [---] p(raeses?) p(rovinciae?) R(a)eti(a)e(?) / [vot]o cum suis / [om]nibus [susc(epto)] III Nonas / [--- d(edit) d(edicavit)]

HD058476 (Raetia)

[I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) et] / [c]eteris diis(!) / deabusque / omnibus / Adiutorius / Romanus d(ecurio) m(unicipii) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD058474 (Raetia)

[Her]culi statuam / cum base Aurelius / Mucianus v(ir) p(erfectissimus) p(raeses) p(rovinciae) R(aetiae) / pro salute sua suo/rumque omnium / [po]suit curante / [---] Gerontio [---] / [&

HD058470 (Raetia)

$] / [---]S[---] / [---]ATRV[---] / [---]PATRVE[---] / [&

HD058469 (Raetia)

Fl(aviae) Clemen/tis filiae / Aterissae

HD058468 (Raetia)

Horus Optati / fil(ius) Sequan(us) an(norum) L / [---]ia Daphnis / [u]xor ann(orum) / [---]XL(?)V h(ic) s(ita) e(st)

HD058467 (Raetia)

$] / [--- p]o[nt(ifici)? max(imo)?] / [tr(ibunicia) p(otestate) XVI?]II im[p(eratori)? VII?] / [co(n)s(uli)?] VI p(atri?) [p(atriae)] / [---]SRETI[---] / [--- ob?]sequia / [---]CIRESPON/[---] publice

HD058441 (Raetia)

[D(is)] M(anibus) / [et perpet]uae securi(tati) / [- Ceionio] Sergia Laeliano / [dec]urioni municipi Publ/ia Ceionia Vindelica fil(i)a / et heres patri sic/ud(!) testam[e]nto prai/ceperat(!) sesterti(i)s / VI milibus faciendum / curavit

HD058440 (Raetia)

D(is) M(anibus) / et / perpe(tuae) se(curitati) // Secundinio / Serotino secun/di ordinis q(ui) vi/xit an(nos) LXXXXI / dies XV

HD058439 (Raetia)

Ti(berius) Cl(audius) Ti(beri) [fil(ius)] / Vehe[mens?] / [t]rib(unus) mil(itum) [leg(ionis) X?] / gem[inae] / S(everianae) A(lexandrianae) [---] / GISEDA(?)[---] / [&?

HD058438 (Raetia)

Cl(audiae) Indut[i f(iliae)] / Clementin[ae] / Cl(audius) Paternus / Clementian[us] / proc(urator) Aug(usti) / matri

HD058435 (Raetia)

[Cl(audius) P]aternus Cleme[ntianus] / proc(urator) Au[g(usti)] / [provinciarum Iudaeae] / [Sardiniae Africae et Norici] / praef(ectus) eq(uitum) alae Silia[nae] / torquatae c(ivium) R(omanorum) / trib(unus) [militum] / leg(ionis) [XI Claud(iae)] / [praef(ectus) coh(ortis) I Cla]ssica[e] / [---] fecit

HD058365 (Raetia)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) M(arco) Au[rel(io)] / Antonino Pio F[el(ici)] / Aug(usto) Parthico ma[x(imo)] / Brit(annico) m[a]x(imo) pont(ifici) ma[x(imo)] / trib(unicia) po[t(estate)] XV imp(eratori) II co(n)[s(uli)] / III des(ignato) II[II] p(atri) p(atriae) [sacratissi]/mo ac [fe]lici[ssimo] / [principi coh(ors) III Br]it(annorum) An[toni]/[niana equitata] D[---] / [&?

HD058327 (Raetia)

Imp(erator) Caes(ar) Gaius [Aurelius?] V[alerius?] Di[ocletianus ---] / max(imus) [---] trib(unicia) p[o]<t>(estate)(?) X[--- et] / [Im]p(erator) C[aesa]r M[arcus ---]VIV[---] / [---] p(ater?) p(atriae?) proc[o(n)s(ul) ---] / [---]AM[---] nobi[l]iss[imi Caesares ---] / [---] Tasg[etiensem ---]C sum(p)to su[o ---] / [--- pra]eside(?) [---] / [&

HD058153 (Raetia)

In [h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae)] / d(eo) Merc[urio] / C(aius) Iuval(ius) Atr(ectus) et C(aius) [Ac]/ceptus cives Tr[ev(eri) ne]/gotiator(es) ex v[oto ---] / posue[runt]

HD058130 (Raetia)

$]F[& // $]A(?)[& // $]A(?)[& // $]L(?)M(?)[&

HD036574 (Germania superior)

[I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo)] / [et Iunoni Re]/gin(a)e / Iuventius / Iulianus / in suo p(osuit)

HD023600 (Germania inferior)

Sule[v]is Do/mest[i]cis su/is Fab[i] Ianua/rius [et] Bella/tor [et] Iullus(!) / l(ibentes) m(erito)

HD023597 (Germania superior)

Eponae T(itus) Fl(avius) / Claudianu(s) / trib(unus) militu(m) / leg(ionis) XXII Pr(imigeniae) p(iae) f(idelis) / ex Syr(ia) Anti[o(chia)] / aram pos(u)it / curante Vale(rio) / Tertio b(eneficiario) eius v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens)

HD023594 (Germania superior)

Mar(ti) Mil(itari) / L(ucius) Prisc(ius) / Messor

HD023588 (Germania superior)

[Mer]catorio Mercato[ri] / [liberto M]ercatorius V[icto]/[rinus p]ro meritis [fecit]

HD021785 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Dolicheno / Domit(ius) As/clepiades do/mo Arethusa / Suriae(!) |(centurio) leg(ionis) / XXII Pr(imigeniae) Antoninianae / v(otum) s(olvit)

HD016201 (Raetia)

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

HD014579 (Raetia)

Cl(audius) Paternus / Clementianus / proc(urator) Aug(usti) / provincia[ru]m / Iudaeae Sar[dini]ae / Africae et N[orici] / pr[a]ef(ectus) eq(uitum) a[lae] / Silianae t[orq(uatae) c(ivium) R(omanorum)] / trib(unus) milit[um] / leg(ionis) XIII(?)I(?)[---] / pra[ef(ectus) coh(ortis) I classic(ae)] / [------] / F(?)I(?)[---]S(?)[---]

HD012285 (Germania superior)

[In] h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / de(ae) Minervae / M(arcus) A(urelius) Iustius / Belatullus / mag(ister) plu[m(ariorum)] / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito) / Aspro et Aspro / c[o(n)s(ulibus)]

HD007887 (Raetia)

[Imp(erator) Caesar divi Antonini Pii filius divi Veri Parthici Maximi] frater divi Hadriani nepos divi Traiani Pa[rthici pronepos divi] / [Nervae abnepos M(arcus) Aurelius Antoninus Aug(ustus) Germanicus Sarma]ticus pontifex maximus trib(uniciae) potestatis XXXVI i[mp(erator) VIIII co(n)s(ul) III p(ater) p(atriae) et] / [Imp(erator) Caesar M(arcus) Aurelius Commodus Antoninus Aug(ustus) Sarmat]icus Germanicus Maximus Antonini Imp(eratoris) [filius divi Pii nepos divi] / [[Hadriani pronep(os) divi Traiani Parthici abn(epos) divi Nervae adn(epos) trib(unicia) pot(estate) IIII i]mp(erator) II co(n)s(ul)] II vallum cum portis et turribus <l>eg(ioni) I[II Italicae Concordi] / [fecerunt curante] M(arco) Helvio C[le]mente Dextriano leg(ato) Au[gg(ustorum) leg(ionis) eiusdem]

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B015620

Riese, A.: Sulevenstein aus Köln.

B015619

Körber, K.: 51. Mainz. [Römische Inschriften und Skulpturen.].

B013929

Boppert, W.: Zivile Grabsteine aus Mainz und Umgebung.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F015585

Mogontiacum / Mainz, Weisenau ; CIL: 13, 11864 b.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung (Mainz 1992) 276-277, Nr. 178; Taf. 119, 178.

F015584

; AE: 1907, p. 32 s. n. 106.; CIL: 13, 11864 a.

F015583

; AE: 1907, p. 32 s. n. 106.; CIL: 13, 11864 a.

September 20, 2017

Pleiades: Recently Modified

‘Gobannio’

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 8 D3 ‘Gobannio’

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-289169 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy farthing token of George Reeve of Norwich, c.1650-67

NMS-287DE5 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver halfgroat of Charles I, Tower, initial mark (R), North 2258, very worn, 1644-5

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NARC-283584 COIN MEDIEVAL

A complete silver cut Half Penny of Henry II (AD 1154-1189). Class 1ab. Short cross reverse with quatrefoil in each quadrant. Minted by Iefrei in London. AD 1180-1185.Length: 19.45mm. Width: 10.15mm, Thickness: 0.71mm, Weight: 0.5g.North Vol I, P 220, No 962/1.

NARC-281E1C TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A complete copper alloy Farthing Token of Post Medieval date (AD 1659), of John Hartley.Obverse Depicts a heart and reads: 1659 *IOHN◦HARTLEEReverse depicts H◦I (flower between) and reads IN◦ (flower) BVCKINGHAM◊+Diameter: 15.39mm, Thickness: 0.97mm, Weight: 1.0g.Similar examples can be seen on the Portable Antiquities Scheme database: SUR-6741B6, SUR-6735BC and BERK-5554B2.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Ancient Egyptian Vizier

The vizier in ancient Egypt was the most powerful position after that of king. Known as the djat, tjat, or tjati in ancient Egyptian, a vizier was the equivalent of the modern-day prime minister of the nation who actually saw to the day-to-day operation of the government in all its aspects. The vizier was not simply a counselor or advisor to the king but was the administrative head of the government...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-280F7E COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver cut halfpenny of Henry III, short cross class 7, moneyer Henri of Canterbury, well worn, 1218-42

NMS-280045 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Edward IV, York, heavily clipped and further details illegible, well worn, 1461-1483

NMS-27F5C7 COIN MEDIEVAL

Fragmentary silver penny of uncertain king, well worn with cross to left of hair, York, further details illegible, c1461-1500

NMS-27B9B5 COIN MEDIEVAL

Fragmentary silver penny of Edward III, 4th coinage, London, further details illegible, some wear, 1351-77

NMS-27AD8B COIN MEDIEVAL

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

NMS-27A553 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver cut farthing of John, short cross class 5b, uncertain Norwich or Northampton moneyer (reverse legend +[...].NOR), some wear, 1205-7

NMS-273C0A COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy rose farthing of Charles I, initial mark illegible, North 2291, 1636-44

NARC-2755D3 COIN WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

A complete coper alloy Coin Weight of Post-Medieval date (AD 1500-1700). The object is a low countries coin weight, square & bi-faced. The obverse depicts a figure on horseback riding left holding sword, Gelderse rider. The reverse depicts hand between the initials C & I, minted Antwerp. Weight 40 grains.The metal is a dark greenish brown in colour with a pitted and corroded patina.Length: 15.93mm. Width: 15.26mm, Thickness: 1.85mm, Weight: 2.8g.Similar examples can be seen on the Portable Antiquities Scheme database: NMS-94EB08, IOW-C7E866 and SF-F336E5.

DEV-275529 SCRAPER (TOOL) BRONZE AGE

A Flint end scraper of probable Late Neolithic or Bronze Age date, c. 3300-800 BC. A broadly oval secondary flake of dark grey/brown flint with frequent pale inclusions. A small amount, c. <5%, of cortex survives behind the right edge of the dorsal face. A pronounced bulb of percussion survives at the proximal end, with three large removal removal scars struck from several directions on the dorsal face. The distal end of the dorsal face exhibits long, sub-parallel semi-abrupt retouch. Dimensions: length 54.3mm; width 42.4mm; thickness 11.0mm; weight 31.31g.

NMS-27216C COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy rose farthing of Charles I, crescent initial mark, North 2291, 1636-44

NARC-2747A8 TOILET ARTICLE ROMAN

A complete copper alloy Nail Cleaner of Roman date (AD 250-410). The nail cleaner is composed of a rectangular neck with an upper circular perforation. The neck widens to form a triangular shape which narrows towards the bifurcated prongs which form the end of the nail cleaner. The object appears undecorated.The metal is a dark green in colour with a slightly pitted patina.Length: 37.36mm. Width: 8.82mm, Thickness: 1.02mm, Weight: 1.4g.

NMS-273830 CLOTH SEAL POST MEDIEVAL

Incomplete post medieval lead cloth seal: XVI / XVIII. Extant dimensions 20 x 18mm. Cf. Egan no.119. Late 16th/17th century.

NARC-273541 TWEEZERS ROMAN

A complete pair of copper-alloy Tweezers of Roman date, however a Medieval date cannot be ruled out (AD 43-1500). The tweezers are made from a single sheet of copper alloy which has been folded over on itself at a defined loop to form a sprung end. The two ends of the tweezers fold inwards. The tweezers are rectangular in cross section. There is no decorative patter.Length: 27.25mm. Width: 5.63mm, Thickness: 6.48mm, Weight: 1.0g.Crummy 1983 page 59.

NARC-26F744 PIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy Pin of Roman date (AD 43-410). Crummy type 5. The pin head is missing and the retained portion consists of a globular collar above a large flat collar. The shaft tapers in and terminates at its end in an old abraded break.The metal is mid-green in colour with a predominantly smooth and uncorroded patina.Length: 49.06mm, Diameter of collar: 6.66mm, Maximum Diameter of shaft: 3.43mm, Weight: 3.7g.Crummy, P 30, No 492.

NMS-26EE16 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy oval buckle frame of circular section. External dimensions 15 x 13mm. 1.5mm thick. Triangular copper alloy sheet pin with differential patination to the frame. 14th century.

NARC-26DD89 PIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy Pin of Roman date (AD 43-410). The pin has a simple, slightly flattened knob-shaped head with a collar below. The shaft tapers in and terminates at its end in an old abraded break. There is a slight bend approximately half way down the length of the shaft. The metal is mid-green in colour with a pitted and corroded patina.Cool (1990, fig.1, no.3) illustrates a very similar example, which also has a swollen shaft and belongs to her Group 1E, which is concentrated in East Anglia. Although she lists no precise parallels from dated contexts, Cool (ibid, 154) suggests that pins with knob heads were in use throughout the Roman period although may have gained popularity later in the period.Length: 51.53mm, Diameter of head: 7.46mm, Maximum Diameter of shaft: 2.71mm, Weight: 3.1g.

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Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD036953 (Raetia)

Deo Invicto / Soli templum / a solo resti/tuit Valerius / Venustus v(ir) p(erfectissimus) p(raeses) / p(rovinciae) R(aetiae) sicuti voto / ac mente con/ceperat red/ditus sanitati / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD035929 (Moesia superior)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) P(ublio) Lici{i}/n{n}io Valerian/o Pio Felic[i In]v/icto Aug(usto) p(ontifici) m(aximo) t(ribunicia) p(otestate) / p(atri) p(atriae) co(n)s(uli) pro/co(n)s(uli) / et Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) P(ublio) Li{nvi}/<c>inio Gall<e>nio(!) P(io) F(elici) / Invict(o) Aug(usto)

HD035900 (Moesia superior)

$] / L[-]O vixit ann(os) / XXXVIII M(arcus) Aur(elius) Ru/finianus fra/tri e[t] Ulpia Na/via coniunx / eius et [A]ur(elius) Vi/talis et V[--]AIA[---]V / [-]IIMRIVV[&

HD035898 (Moesia superior)

M[---] / leg(ionis?) [---] / vix(it?) [---] / N[---] / MI[---] / MAT[---] / MT[---] / ETA[---] / IAN[---] / ATE[---] / MER[---] / IT HI[---]

HD035897 (Moesia superior)

[D(is)] M(anibus) / [---]AGILES / [vix(it)] ann(os) LX / [---] Val(erius) V/[ict]orinus / [---] leg(ionis) VII / [Cl(audiae)] vix(it) ann(os) / [---]III Val(eri--) / [---]PPM / [&

HD035893 (Moesia superior)

$] / vix(it) an(nos) XX mi/litavit me(n)ses / VIII P(ublius) Aur(elius) Ma/rcianus mi[l(es)] / leg(ionis) VII Marcian/us v[et(eranus)] leg(ionis) VII pater / et Aur(elia) Marcia / mater se viva / sibi et fili(i)s bene / merenti(bu)s pos(uerunt) / Aur(elia) Rufina / brutes

HD027094 (Belgica)

Satio f(ecit)

HD022647 (Germania inferior)

M(arcus) Mallius / M(arci) f(ilius) Galer(ia) Genua / mile(s) leg(ionis) I |(centuria) Rusonis / anno(rum) XXXV stip(endiorum) XVI / Carvio ad molem / sepultus est ex test(amento) / heredes duo f(aciendum) c(uraverunt)

HD068219 (Germania inferior)

Magusa/no Hercul(i) / sacru(m) Flavus / Vihirmatis fil(ius) / [s]ummus magistra(tus) / [c]ivitatis Batavor(um) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD067876 (Raetia)

D(is) M(anibus) // M(arco) Cassio Sever(o) / b(ene)f(iciario) tr(ibuni) leg(ionis) III Ital(icae) / Cl(audius) Peregrinus / her(es) ad HS II mil(ia) / ex volunt(ate) test(amenti) / f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD062630 (Raetia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Iul(io) Primitivo / veterano vi/xit a(nnos) LX memo/r(iam) ei{i}us Titule/nia Iustina c/oniunx f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD060224 (Raetia)

D(is) M(anibus) / et perpetuae securit[a]/ti Iulio Aeliano libr[ar(io)] / leg(ionis) III Ital(icae) qui vix(it) a[nn(os)] / XLV genero et Iul[io] / Candidio b(ene)f(iciario) pra[ef]/[ecti ca]str(orum) q(ui) vix(it) a[nn(os) ---] / [---]I(?)I vixit an[n(os) ---] / [&

HD058554 (Raetia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Iul(io) Macriano quondam / veterano m(isso) h(onesta) m(issione) ex b(ene)f(iciario) co(n)s(ularis) / coniugi car[issi]mo / Secundia S[ervat]a et / sibi et I[uliis] / Alpino et Al[pinae f]iliis / bene valentibus f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD058433 (Raetia)

Deo / Mercurio / Cimiacino / aram turariam / M(arcus) Paternius / Vitalis qui / aedem fecit et / signum posuit / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito) / dedicat(a) III Kal(endas) Octobr(es) / Gentiano et Basso co(n)s(ulibus)

HD058432 (Raetia)

Deo Mercurio / pro salute / P(ubli) Arr(i) V[i]cto/ri[s ---?] / v(otum) s(olvit) [l(ibens) l(aetus)? m(erito)]

HD058429 (Raetia)

Lucianio / Lucilliano / fil(i)o carissimo / vixit annos XIX(?) / Lucian[ius? Ing(enuus)?] / [pater fecit s(umpto)? s(uo)?]

HD058421 (Raetia)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / deo Mercurio / Arcecio ex vo/to aram posuit / Severius Seve/rianus [b(ene)f(iciarius)?] co(n)s(ularis) / leg(ionis) III Ital(icae) p(iae) f(idelis) / Gordian(ae) / [v(otum)] s(olvit) l(ibens) [m(erito)]

HD058374 (Raetia)

[D]ruso Tib(eri) f(ilio) / [C]aesari

HD057897 (Raetia)

N[u]m[ini] / Aug(usta) M(aiestatique) [e(ius)] / Genic(ius) / Vectic(us) / [p]ro sal(ute) / Or(---) At(---) / dari per / [b(ene)]f(iciarii) pro[c(uratoris)] / C(aium) Ra[---] / [iussit]

HD054563 (Belgica)

[In ho]nore(m) domu[s divinae] / I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) [--- Genio] loci / P(ublius) B[---]ivius / [v]ot[um solvit libens merito?]

HD050903 (Belgica)

[Deo] Apollini / ae[dem cu]m su[is] ornament(is) / Ma[---]s Mar[--- v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)]

HD049061 (Germania inferior)

Fortun[ae] / sacrum / [&

HD048473 (Germania inferior)

C(ai) Cae[s(aris) A]ug(usti) Ger(manici)

HD047755 (Germania inferior)

Signaverun[t] / M(arcus) Ulpi(us) [---] / M(arcus) Ulpi(us) [---] / M(arcus) Ulpi(us) [---] / M(arcus) Ulpi(us) [---] / [& // $] / Ser[viano II] / et Su[ra II co(n)s(ulibus)]

HD047750 (Germania inferior)

Tib(e)r(ius) / C(ae)sar

HD046204 (Belgica)

Mercurio sacrum / P(ublius) Octavius Vitalis v(otum) s(usceptum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD046171 (Belgica)

Mer[curio ---]m / Gratus [---] M / [[puteum cum suis o[rnamentis ---]]] // Aceratius Primus / Grati lib(ertus) / Catenara cum Pupia lib(ertae) II / [v(otum)] s(olverunt) l(ibentes) m(erito)

HD046170 (Belgica)

Apollini / et Mercur(io) / [-] Flavius / Hiemalis / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD042854 (Moesia superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) Dol(icheno) [pro salute] / M(arci) Aur(eli) Anto/nini Pii Aug(usti) et Iul(iae) / Domn(a)e Aug(ustae) ma/tri(s) Aug(usti) et castro/rum dedicante L(ucio) / Mario Perpetuo / c(onsulari) per Restutum / m(agistrum?) c(ivium?) R(omanorum?) D(ianae?) sacerdo/tes eiusdem loci / d(edicaverunt)

HD042452 (Raetia)

Vettio Vita[li] / militi legio[n]/[i]s II Italic(a)e s[ti]/[pen]diorum / [---] pa[rentes?]

HD042451 (Raetia)

Noreiae [Aug(ustae)] / sacrum [- Sep?]/timius C[lau]/dianus t[ribu]nus co[h(ortis) V] / Breuc(orum) [[Ph[ilippi]]]/[[an(ae)]] pro s[e suis(que)] / v(otum) r(eddidit) l(aetus) l(ibens) [m(erito)]

HD042332 (Raetia)

[I(ovi)? O(ptimo)? M(aximo)?] Iunoni // [Reg(inae)? ---] / [------] / [------] / [------] / NNNM Iovi omnium / sub imperio [---] / [------] / Amandus OR[-]V[---] / [------] / P[--]SVP[---] posuit / [------]

HD042331 (Raetia)

[------] / Iul(ius) et Septim(ius) / Amandus eq(uites) R(omani) / et Bassus posuit

HD040870 (Belgica)

$] / [P]ardio / [&

HD040793 (Belgica)

$]MI SET[---] / [---]ERN[---]

HD040736 (Belgica)

L(uci) L(---) Antae(i) // L(uci) Antaei Parci di/aglaucaeum(!) [---] // L(uci) Ant(a)ei Geminiani(?) / ambrosium ad cali/gines oculorum

HD040559 (Belgica)

D(is) M(anibus) / Cattonius Se/cundinus et Sap/pula ux(or) IDIEIRE(?) / faciu(n)dum [&

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F013089

Diana / Kladovo ; AE: 2003, 1532.; other literature: M. Mirković, in: Actes du VIIe Congrès International d'épigraphie grecque et latine, Constantza 1977 (Bucarest 1979) 417-418. M. Mirković, ZAnt 27, 1977, 443-448; Foto; CCID 087; Taf. 22, 87.

F013088

Diana / Kladovo ; AE: 2003, 1532.; other literature: M. Mirković, in: Actes du VIIe Congrès International d'Épigraphie Grecque et Latine, Constantza 1977 (Bucarest 1979) 417-418. M. Mirković, ZAnt 27, 1977, 443-448; Foto; CCID 087; Taf. 22, 87.

September 19, 2017

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SF-147ADD COIN MEDIEVAL

A clipped silver hammered farthing struck for Edward I, dating c. 1282-1289. Withers' class 15, mint of London.

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SF-13B00D COIN MEDIEVAL

A worn silver hammered cut farthing dating c. 1180-1247 (Henry II, Richard I, John or Henry III). Ruler, class, moneyer and mint uncertain due to cutting of the coin.

SF-137E9C COIN MEDIEVAL

A very worn silver hammered cut halfpenny struck for Henry III, dating c. 1248-1250. Class 3, sub-class uncertain. Moneyer Ion, mint uncertain.

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Silver_in_Antiquity

Silver had great value and aesthetic appeal in many ancient cultures where it was used to make jewellery, tableware, figurines, ritual objects and rough-cut pieces known as hacksilver which could be used in trade or to store wealth. The metal of choice to mint coinage for long periods, acquisition of silver mines in such places as Greece, Spain, Italy, and Anatolia was an important factor in many...

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IOW-11AD2C COIN MEDIEVAL

A complete Medieval silver penny of Edward I (1272-1307), minted at London. Possibly class 10cf, 1305-1310 (North 1991: 32, refs: 1040-1043).Obverse: +EDWAR ANGL DNS hYB; Crowned bust facing with a bifoliate crown and wedged drapery.Reverse: CIVI/TAS/LON/DON; Long cross dividing the inscription with three pellets in each quadrant.Diameter: 17.7mm. Weight: 1.12g. DA=12:12.North, J. J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

NMS-120D17 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Just over half of a post-medieval copper alloy double-looped buckle frame, both loops trapezoidal, form and engraved transverse line and pin notch as Whitehead 2003, no. 524. Estimated length 37mm. Width 23.5mm. c.1620 - c.1680.

NMS-11BAA3 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy oval buckle frame with a wire pin, an offset, narrowed bar and ornate outside edge on which there is an engraved transverse line on saltire between two pairs of transverse lines. Length 22mm. Width 26.5mm. 2.5mm thick. Late 13th - mid 15th century.

WMID-11B2D9 BROOCH ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy bow and fantail brooch, of early Roman dating (AD 50 to AD 150). Around 50% of the brooch is present, consisting of the fantail and part of the central boss. The catch plate is incomplete, and the head, spring and pin are missing, presumed lost in antiquity.The fantail have been decorated with a curvilinear pattern, which starts with an inward curve at the base, then it curves upwards and around a circular depression, and then back downwards with another inward curve. The base of a circular boss is present at the top of the fantail. A circular hole is present at the centre, with an internal diameter of 1.1 mm. The back is undecorated. A vertical ridge is present in the centre, this would have originally been part of the catch plate. It measures 26.6 mm in length, a maximum width of 14.2 mm, a minimum width of 9.1 mm and is 5.7 mm thick. It weighs 3.3 g.The brooch is a mid green colour, with an even surface patina. Soil is still retained within the recesses of the design.Several bow and fantail brooches have been recorded on the PAS database, including WMID-DOF245 and YORYM-C1B2F2 and are considered to be Early Roman in dating (AD 50 to AD 150).

NMS-116469 STRAP END MEDIEVAL

Composite two-part medieval strap-end, front plate with copper alloy rivet in single rivet-hole at attachment end, retaining scrap of cloth strip. End notched to form collared oval terminal with trefoil terminal and secured by copper alloy rivet. Face decorated with wavy longitudinal arm lines fand borders. Length 59mm. Width 9.5mm. Late 13th-14th century.

IOW-114521 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A complete and worn post-Medieval copper-alloy token halfpenny of Stephen Barton, Newport, Isle of Wight. Dated 1664 on token. (Champion 1994: 36, ref: 98).Obverse: STEPHEN BARTON OF NEWPORT, B//S E in field.Reverse: IN THE ISLE OF WIGHT 1664, HIS/HALFE/PENY in field.Diameter: 17.9mm. Weight: 1.15g. DA=12:12.Stephen Barton married Elizabeth Burt of Winton, at Winton, on 1st June 1639. He had premises in Newport High Street and was a member of Newport Corporation from 1647 until 1654, when he was dismissed from being a Chief Burgess of the Borough, by the Corporation, for his "evil carrieage"Champion, A. F. Trade Tokens of the Isle of Wight. Privately Published.

LIN-11548B SPEAR EARLY MEDIEVAL

An Early Anglo-Saxon iron spear, dating circa 550-650. The spear has a lozenge shaped tapering blade with an incomplete conical shaft. The shaft is not fully rounded. The blade expands diagonally outwards from the socket to form the widest point of the blade. The blade then appears to taper inwards again, giving the blade an overal diamond shape. The top half of the blade is missing.The spear measures 160mm in length. The blade measures 28mm in width at the widest point. The socket measures 13mm in diameter at the break.An attempt was made to classify and date this weapon using the system defined in Bayliss and Hines (2013, 163-170) but the spear is too incomplete to define it with any confidence.

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WMID-1155C7 COIN ROMAN

A silver Republican denarius serratus of A Post. A.F. S.N Albinus dating to the 81 BC. Mint of Rome. RRC p. 389, no. 372/1.Diameter: 18.7 mmThickness: 1.7 mmWeight: 3.0 g

NMS-110E42 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Incomplete medieval gilt sheet copper alloy buckle plate with rear part missing. There are frame recesses, a pin slot, five rivet holes (one with rivet) and traces of engraved bordering line. Length 29.5mm. Width 13.5mm. 13th - 14th century.

LIN-10DFC5 SPEAR EARLY MEDIEVAL

An Early Anglo-Saxon iron spear, dating circa 550-650. The spear has a flat tapering blade with an incomplete conical shaft. The shaft is not fully rounded. The blade is of maximum width close to the socket.The spear measures 298mm in length. The blade measures 242mm in length and 38mm in width at the widest point. The socket measures 12mm in diameter at the break.An attempt was made to classify and date this weapon using the system defined in Bayliss and Hines (2013, 163-170) which uses ratios between spearhead's various elements. These allowed the spearhead the spearhead to be tentatively placed in Type SP3-a (parallel-sided spearhead), which appears to date to the second half of the sixth century (Bayliss and Hines 2013, 336).

WMID-106BBA COIN MEDIEVAL

An incomplete silver penny, of Henry III of England (AD 1216 to AD 1272),dating to the period AD 1236 to AD 1242. Minted in London. Moneyer Geffrei. Class 7c1. North, vol 1, p 223, no 980.Diameter: 17.5 mmThickness: 0.8 mmWeight: 1.4 g

WMID-109BB5 COIN MEDIEVAL

A complete penny of John I of England (AD 1199 to AD 1216), dating to the period AD 1205 to AD 1207. Minted at Canterbury. Moneyer Arnavd. Class 5b2. c.f. North vol 2, p221, no 970.Diameter: 18.4 mmThickness: 1.7 mmWeight: 1.4 g

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DEV-10FFBF BEAD ROMAN

An Iron Age or Roman glass annular bead, probably dating to 300 BC - AD 410. Sub-circular in plan with a central sub-circular perforation and sub-rectangular in cross-section, with rounded ends. Of an opaque blue glass with a white trail applied in a continuous wavy band.Dimensions: diameter 17.5mm; thickness 8.8mm; weight 3.22g.Guido (1978: 63-64) describes this type as her group 5A (illustrated plate 1, no. 10d), an extremely long lived style which continues in use throughout the Iron Age, Roman and Early Medieval periods. Guido cautions that "it is quite impossible to date these beads visually" (p. 64), however, following the precedent set by previous records on this database, an Iron Age to Roman date is tentatively suggested, based on the richness of the blue used, cf. HAMP-FB9144, CAM-CF57E4, SOM-143704.

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NMS-10EF7D THIMBLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy thimble, decorated with a spiral of dots around the (slightly squashed) sides and onto the dome, leaving the centre blank. Height 19.5mm. See Egan (1998), fig. 206, no. 824. 14th century.

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IOW-105071 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete and worn post-Medieval silver groat of Elizabeth I (1558-1603), minted at London. Initial marks: cross-crosslet/[cross crosslet], 1560-1561 (North 1991: 133, ref: 1986).Obverse: E[LIZABETH D G A[N]G FRA ET HIB RE[GI]NA; Crowned bust left.Reverse: [PO]SVI/DEV AD/IVTOR[E/M ME]V. (I have made God my Helper); Square shield on long cross fourchée dividing the inscription.Diameter: 22.6mm. Weight: 1.77g. DA=12:11.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

WMID-0FD2F2 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete clipped silver penny of Charles I (AD 1625 to AD 1649), dating to the period AD 1625 to AD 1649. INSTITIA THRONVM FIRMAT reverse type depicting a garnished shield with no inner circles. Initial mark two pellets. Minted at the Tower (London). c.f. North, vol 2, p 163, no 2273, Group G.Diameter: 15.4 mmThickness: 0.5 mmWeight: 0.5 g

IOW-0FBEA7 COIN MEDIEVAL

A complete and worn Medieval silver halfpenny of Henry VI (1422-1461), minted at London. Pellet-Leaf Issue, 1445-1454. Initial mark: illegible (North 1991: 80, ref: 1512).Obverse: hEnRIC REX AnGLI; Crowned bust facing, pellets by crown, leaf on breast.Reverse: CIVI/TAS/LOn/DOn; Long cross dividing the inscription with three pellets in each quadrant (no extra pellets visible).Diameter: 13.4mm. Weight: 0.42g. DA=12:12-1.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

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Wall Reliefs: Apkallus of the North-West Palace at Nimrud

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Marble portrait bust of a young African man (1)

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"The appearance of the face, the finely worked hair, which may have been embellished with additional elements, and the precious quality of the marble used lead us to identify the subject with a person of rank" (excerpted from the museum informational panel).
Bigio morato marble with inset limestone eyes
Roman imperial period, 1st half of the 2nd c. CE
Provenance unknown. Perhaps formerly in the Museo Kircheriano.

On display at the Palazzo Massimo for a special exhibition.
In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Romano, Terme di Diocleziano, inv. 49596

Marble portrait bust of a young African man (2)

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Marble portrait bust of a young African man (2)

"The appearance of the face, the finely worked hair, which may have been embellished with additional elements, and the precious quality of the marble used lead us to identify the subject with a person of rank" (excerpted from the museum informational panel).
Bigio morato marble with inset limestone eyes
Roman imperial period, 1st half of the 2nd c. CE
Provenance unknown. Perhaps formerly in the Museo Kircheriano.

On display at the Palazzo Massimo for a special exhibition.
In the collection of the Museo Nazionale Romano, Terme di Diocleziano, inv. 49596

Terracotta head of an African

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Terracotta head of an African

Roman Mid-Late Republican period, 2nd c. BCE
Found at Palestrina (ancient Praeneste), votive deposit at Colombella (2007 excavations).

National Archaeological Museum of Palestrina, Italy

Terracotta statuette of a Nubian woman

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Terracotta statuette of a Nubian woman

Hellenistic period, 2nd-1st c. BCE
Provenance unknown.

In the collection of the Varna Regional Historical Museum.
On display at the Varna Archaeological Museum (official museum website; en.wikipedia), Varna, Bulgaria.

Bronze weight in the form of a North African man

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Bronze weight in the form of a North African man

Roman imperial period, 1st-3rd c. CE
Provenance unknown.

In the collection of the NIAM-BAS, Sofia.
On display at the Varna Archaeological Museum (official museum website; en.wikipedia), Varna, Bulgaria.

Bronze statuette of an African man

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Bronze statuette of an African man

Bronze with silver and copper inlays
Hellenistic period, ca. 100-50 BCE.
No provenance listed. Perhaps made at Alexandria, Egypt.

Cleveland Museum of Art, Leonard C. Hanna Jr. Fund 1963.507

Terracotta mask in the form of an African man, Aphrodisias

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Terracotta mask in the form of an African man, Aphrodisias

Roman Imperial period
Aphrodisias

Aphrodisias Museum, Turkey

Etruscan Red Figure oinochoe

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Etruscan Red Figure oinochoe

National Archaeological Museum, Florence, Italy

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HD071456 (Britannia)

milite/s l(egionis) II A / DIE / Virt(uti) / l(ibentes) m(erito)

HD071335 (Britannia)

[vex(illatio) leg(ionis)] / XX V(aleria) v(ictrix) f(ecit)

HD071002 (Britannia)

civitas / Dum(no)ni(orum)

HD047601 (Britannia)

$]/enus s(acrum) f[ec(it)](?)

HD033072 (Britannia)

I[mp(eratori) Cae]sari / T(ito) Ael(io) [Hadr(iano) An]tonino / Au[g(usto) Pio p(atri) p(atriae) c]oh(ors) / I B[aetasior(um) c(ivium)] R(omanorum) ob / vi[rtutem et fi]dem / [appellata]

HD033069 (Britannia)

Coh(ors) I / Baetasior(um) / c(ivium) R(omanorum)

HD022199 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / D[ol]ic(h)eno Lu/cius Maxim/ius Gaetulic/us |(centurio) leg(ionis) XX V(aleriae) v(ictricis) / v(otum) [s(olvit) l(ibens)] m(erito)

HD014171 (Britannia)

$ p]ro se et suis / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD013471 (Britannia)

D(is) / M(anibus) s(acrum) / et perpetu(a)e sec/uritati Aur(eli) Pus[i]nni civ[is ---] vix(it) / an(nos) LIIII mili[tavit an(nos)] XXXVI / Aur(eliae) Eubiae con[iugis] ei{i}us vix(it) / an(nos) XXXVII Aur(elius) Pr[o]p[inquus f]il(io) karissim(o)

HD008939 (Britannia)

Coh(ors) VI / [Ner]/v[i]orum f[ec]i[t]

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B015618

Tomlin, R.S.O. - Hassall, M.W.C.: Roman Britain in 1999. II. Inscriptions.

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Tydeus and Melanippus from the side

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Tydeus and Melanippus from the side

A scene from the myth of the Seven Against Thebes
Etruscan terracotta high relief on the central columen plaque of Temple A
Pyrgi, the port of Caere.
Ca. 470-460 BCE

Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

Tydeus eating Melanippus' brains

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Tydeus eating Melanippus' brains

A scene from the myth of the Seven Against Thebes
Etruscan terracotta high relief on the central columen plaque of Temple A
Pyrgi, the port of Caere.
Ca. 470-460 BCE

Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

Tydeus and Melanippus at Thebes, from Pyrgi

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Tydeus and Melanippus at Thebes, from Pyrgi

A scene from the myth of the Seven Against Thebes
Etruscan terracotta high relief on the central columen plaque of Temple A
Pyrgi, the port of Caere.
Ca. 470-460 BCE

Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

Columen plaque from Temple A, Pyrgi

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Columen plaque from Temple A, Pyrgi

A scene from the myth of the Seven Against Thebes
Etruscan terracotta high relief on the central columen plaque of Temple A
Pyrgi, the port of Caere.
Ca. 470-460 BCE

Museo Nazionale Etrusco di Villa Giulia, Rome, Italy (MiBACT; en.wikipedia).

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Data on professional diversity in ancient Roman cities

Data on professional diversity in Roman cities of the Imperial period analyzed in Hanson, et al. "Settlement Scaling and the Division of Labor in the Roman Empire," Journal of the Royal Society Interface.

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LEIC-016FA5 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy nummus of Constantine I, GENIO POP ROM issue. The coin is in poor, incomplete condition, is 21mm in diameter and weighs 1.58g.

SF-FF7B12 STRAP END EARLY MEDIEVAL

An almost complete cast copper-alloy strap end dating to the late Early-Medieval period, c. 900-1100. This object corresponds to Thomas' class E, type 2b/ii, 'openwork tongue-shaped strap-ends with an average ratio of width to length of 1:2, decorated with the stylised design of a central figure flanked by animals in profile'. In plan the strap-end is tongue shaped, tapering slightly towards its rounded lower edge. The upper portion of the strap-end is thinned, demonstrating two small circular apertures (one clogged with corrosion products) which originally would have served to attach the strap-end to a leather strap itself by means of two circular-sectioned rivets, which are now missing. One corner of this thinned element is broken away in old damage, though otherwise survives intact. Directly below this, the strap-end thickens, demonstrating the symmetrical central openwork design of an apparent human figure lacking any real definable anatomical features, standing on a sub-circular lobe surrounded by five smaller lobes which consists the base of the strap-end, flanked on each side by a heavily stylised animal in profile. Punched decoration may at one stage have been utilised to further adorn the basal lobe and details on the stylised animals, though this is now invisible due to wear. Preserved in fair condition with a coarse brownish patina, and demonstrating a slight bend to its upper third, the strap-end measures 52.96mm long, 27.23mm wide at its upper edge, and 24.68mm wide by 5.68mm thick at its midpoint. It weighs 29.57g.A similar strap-end is illustrated by Gabor Thomas (2000) see cat no. 1223, as well as an example on the PAS database (see record DENO-1268B3). Strap-ends of this form have a predominantly East-Anglian distribution.

LEIC-01577B COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy nummus of the House of Constantine, GLORIA EXERCITVS issue, two soldiers with two standards reverse. The coin is in poor condition, is 16mm in diameter and weighs 0.82g.

LEIC-013ED3 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy radiate of an uncertain ruler. The coin is in very poor condition, is 17mm in diameter and weighs 1.25g.

LEIC-012948 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy radiate of an uncertain ruler. The coin is in very poor condition, is 14mm in diameter and weighs 0,68g.

LEIC-010F9B COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy Roman coin, possibly a nummus of an uncertain ruler. The coin is in very poor, corroded condition, is 25mm in diameter and weighs 4.85g.

LEIC-00F60E COIN ROMAN

Roman silver denarius, possibly an issue of Commodus. The coin is in poor condition and may be of poor quality silver or an imitation, possibly plated. It is 17mm in diameter and weighs 2.28g

HESH-FFA4A3 COIN ROMAN

Heavily worn posthumous radiate of Claudius II (post AD 270) - reverse type : Altar CONSECRATIO - possibly barbarous copyReece Period: 14Obverse description: Bust of a male figure, radiate rightObverse inscription:Reverse description: AltarReverse inscription: [CONS]ECR[ATIO]Die axis measurement: 6 o'clock?Weight: 1.8gDiameter: 16.8mm

HESH-FF84C2 COIN ROMAN

Heavily worn radiate of uncertain emperor (AD 259-96) with an uncertain reverseReece Period: 13-14Obverse description: Bust of a male figure, radiate rightObverse inscription:Reverse description: Unknown - standing figureReverse inscription: [... ]PE [...]Die axis measurement: 6 o'clockWeight: 1.6gDiameter: 17.1mm

HESH-FF5867 COIN ROMAN

Heavily worn radiate of Postumous (AD 259-68) emperor with an uncertain reverseReece Period: 13-14Obverse description: Bust of a male figure, radiate and cuirassed, rightObverse inscription: [IMP] C PO[STVMVS PF AVG]Reverse description: Unknown - standing figure - possibly a standing soldier with a globe and spearReverse inscription: [... ]Die axis measurement: 6 o'clockWeight: 1.9gDiameter: 18.9mm

DEV-FF2C6F BROOCH ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy Colchester derivative hinged T-shaped brooch, probably dating to c. AD 75-150. The brooch is almost complete, missing only its pin.At the head of the brooch a pair of rolled, cylindrical wings survive intact to a width of 42.4mm, with a diameter of c. 8.7mm. These hold a probable iron axis bar in situ, with a rectangualr slot cut into the reverse to accomodate a hinged pin, now lost. the wings are divided into a series of 7 parallel, circumferencial ridges by incised grooves, and although abrasion makes the detail unclear in places some ridges at least are decorated by a series of parallel diagonal scores, angled down and in.The bow projects out of the head with a sub-circular cross-section, 8.0mm thick and 8.8mm wide, from where it tapers into a worn break. Running down the longitudinal median line of the bow is a central corded band deliniated by a pair of parallel incised longitudinal lines. The band is flanked by a series of diagonal lines, converging towards the head of the brooch. The is a large hemispherical depression at the head of the brooch. The catchplaye appears to have been completely worn away.Dimensions: Length 40.1mm; width 42.4mm; thickness 8.7mm; weight 25.99g.Although not easily paralleled in the usual sources, a less complete but otherwise near identical brooch, also from Devon (DEV-5D6FD3) has been suggested by Sally Worrel to be a probable proto-headstud brooch. However, more clearly hinged on this example, the brooch can be confidently identified as a developed T-shaped brooch, albeit one which evidently drew inspiration from the headstud type in its design. These brooches are a developement of the flavian "initial" T-shaped brooch, and are generally dated to the late 1st and second centuries (Bayley & Butcher 2004).

IOW-FE77C8 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete post-Medieval copper-alloy double-looped openwork buckle (c. 1550-c. 1650).The pin is missing.This buckle frame is moulded at the front and flat at the rear. Each loop is similar, 'D'-shaped in plan with pointed outer edges. The sides and outer edges have a border of pellets. There is a sub-circular hole at each end of the bar and a lozenge-shaped hole close to each outer edge. These are 'counter-sunk' on the upper surface. The bar is triangular in cross-section.This buckle frame is pitted and corroded and has patches of a mid-green patina. There are minute traces of a white metal coating.Length: 45.2mm; width: 27.0mm; thickness: 2.6mm. Weight: 9.13g.A similar buckle frame has been published and dated c. 1550-1650 (Whitehead 2003: 70, ref: 436).Compare with: DUR-61BB18; IOW-60BDF3; NLM-20AE6D; PUBLIC-71DE72 and PUBLIC-ABD825.Whitehead, R. 2003. Buckles 1250-1800. Greenlight Publishing. Witham.

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HESH-FE489B COIN ROMAN

Heavily worn radiate of uncertain emperor with an uncertain reverseReece Period: 13-14Obverse description: Bust of a male figure, radiate and cuirassed, rightObverse inscription: [...]Reverse description: Unknown - standing figureReverse inscription: [... ]Die axis measurement: 12 o'clockWeight: 1.1gDiameter: 17.0mm

HESH-FDFEEC COIN ROMAN

Heavily worn radiate of uncertain emperor with an uncertain reverseReece Period: 13-14Obverse description: Bust of a male figure, radiate, rightObverse inscription: [...] P F AVGReverse description: Unknown - standing figureReverse inscription: [... A]VGGDie axis measurement: 6 o'clock?Weight: 2.1gDiameter: 17.8mm

HESH-FE298C COIN ROMAN

Heavily worn radiate of uncertain emperor with an uncertain reverseReece Period: 13-14Obverse description: Bust of a male figure, radiate and cuirassed, rightObverse inscription: [...]Reverse description: Unknown - standing figureReverse inscription: [... ]Die axis measurement: 4 o'clock?Weight: 1.0gDiameter: 16.0mm

IOW-FE1939 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A complete post-Medieval silver penny of Elizabeth I (1558-1603), minted at London. Initial marks: coronet/coronet, 1567-1570 (North 1991: 135, ref: 2001).Obverse: [E] D·G·ROSA·SINE·SPINA (A rose without thorns), Crowned bust left.Reverse: CIVI/TAS/LON/DON, Square shield on long cross fourchée dividing the inscription.Diameter: 13.6mm. Weight: 0.44g. DA=12:7.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

HESH-FE1355 COIN ROMAN

Heavily worn radiate of uncertain emperor with an uncertain reverseReece Period: 13-14Obverse description: Bust of a male figure, radiate, rightObverse inscription: [...] P F AVGReverse description: Unknown - standing figureReverse inscription: [... ]Die axis measurement: 6 o'clock?Weight: 1.2gDiameter: 17.4mm

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

DEV-FDB656 COIN MEDIEVAL

A Medieval silver half groat of Edward IV (first reign, AD 1461-1470), dating to AD 1465-1466. Light coinage (type VI), sun initial mark, mint of Norwich. North (1991: 88) no. 1587.

NMS-FDE34E THIMBLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy thimble, decorated with two incised lines with dots around the squashed mouth, spiral of dots on sides and dome. Height 14.5mm. See Egan (1998), fig. 206, no. 824. 14th century.

NMS-FDC65E RING MEDIEVAL

Medieval to post-medieval ring, irregular pointed oval cross-section, external and internal diameters 24 and 17mm, thickness 1.5mm.possibly used in the suspension of drapes (Egan 1998, 62-4). Mid 14th - 16th century.

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Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD071419 (Britannia)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) / Flav(io) Val(erio) / Constantino / Pio F(elici) nob(ilissimo) / Caesari / divi / Constanti / Pii Aug(usti) / filio

HD071384 (Britannia)

Imp(erator) Caes(ar) Trai/anus Hadrianus / Aug(ustus) p(ontifex) m(aximus) tr(ibuniciae) p(otestatis) V / p(ater) p(atriae) co(n)s(ul) III / a Kanovio / m(ilia) p(assuum) VIII

HD071064 (Britannia)

Sub Modio Iu/lio leg(ato) Aug(usti) pr(o) / pr(aetore) coh(ors) I Ael(ia) D(a)c(orum) / cui praeest M(arcus) / Cl(audius) Menander / trib(unus)

HD071055 (Britannia)

D(e)ae / Rati votu/m in / perp/etuo

HD071047 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / co[h(ors)] I A[el(ia)] / [Dac(orum) ---] / [---] / M [---] / NV [---] / [---] S / [---]rin(---) / b(ene)f(iciar---) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD070987 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Aur(eliae) T(iti) f(iliae) Aiae / d(omo) Salonas / Aur(elius) Marcus / |(centuria) Obseq(uentis) con/iugi sanctis/simae quae vi/xit annis XXXIII / sine ulla macula

HD070946 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Helio/polit(ano) / Iul(ius) Po/llio [---]

HD070877 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Corn(elius) Victor s(ingularis) c(onsularis) / mil(itavit) ann(os) XXVI civ(is) / Pann(onius) fil(ius) Saturni/ni p(rimi) p(ilaris) vix(it) an(nos) LV d(ies) XI / coniux procuravi(t)

HD070854 (Britannia)

Deo / Cocidio / Decimus / Caerelli/us Victor / pr(aefectus) coh(ortis) II Ner(viorum) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD070843 (Britannia)

C(ivitas) Dur(o)tr(i)g(um) / [L]endin(i)e(n)sis

HD070837 (Britannia)

Im[p(eratori) Caes(ari) Traian(o)] / H[adriano Aug(usto)] / le[g(io) II Aug(usta)] / A(ulo) Pla[torio Nepote leg(ato) pr(o) pr(aetore)]

HD070810 (Britannia)

Imp(eratoris) Caes(aris) Traian(i) / Hadriani Aug(usti) / leg(io) II Aug(usta) / A(ulo) Platorio Nepote leg(ato) pr(o) pr(aetore)

HD070788 (Britannia)

[---] / Iul(ius) S[---] / d(ecreto) vica[norum]

HD070778 (Britannia)

Deo / Huitri / Aspuanis / pro et suis / vot(um) / sol(vit)

HD070754 (Britannia)

Deo / Silvano / Cocidio / Q(uintus) Florius / Maternus / praef(ectus) coh(ortis) / I Tung(rorum) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD070742 (Britannia)

|(centuria) Avidi

HD070736 (Britannia)

[---]paudi Re[g]ulo vixit / [anni]s XXXIIII et [--]atencte / [con]iugi pi(a)e vix(it) an(n)is XXX [et] / [---]iane fili(ae) eorum vixit d(iebus) / [---] filio eorum / [---]udivaiti fil(io) / [---] PAHICE / [---]

HD070731 (Britannia)

[Imp(eratori) Caes(ari)] [[[G(aio) Iulio]]] [[[Ver]o]] / [[[Maximino]] P(io) F(elici) Aug(usto) Ge]r(manico) Max(imo) / [Dac(ico) Max(imo) Sarm(atico) Max(imo) pont(ifici)] max(imo) / [tr(ibunicia) p(otestate) III Imp(eratori) VI co(n)s(uli) p]r(o)co(n)s(uli) / [p(atri) p(atriae) et] [[[G(aio) Iulio Vero]]] [[Maxi]]/[[[mo]]] [Ger(manico) Max(imo) Dac(ico) Max(imo) S]arm(atico) / [Max(imo) nob(ilissimo)] Caes(ari) n(ostro) sub / [---]ucciano v(iro) c(larissimo) leg(ato) / [Aug(usti) pr(o) pr(aetore)] coh(ors) I B[a]tavorum / [fecit cur]ante Burrio / [---]sto prae[f(ecto)] / [Perpetuo et C]orneliano [co(n)s(ulibus)]

HD070724 (Britannia)

Minervae / Quin[t]us / architect(us) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD070705 (Britannia)

Deae / Conventi/nae Bellicus / v(otum) s(olvens) l(ibens) m(erito) p(osuit)

HD070650 (Britannia)

Imp(erator) Caes[a]r M(arcus) Aurel(ius) [[Antoninus P(ius) F(elix)]] / A[ug(ustus)] [[sacerdos ampliss(imus) dei Invicti Solis]] / [[Elagabali]] p(ontifex) [m(aximus) tr]ib(unicia) p(otestate) [[IIII]] co(n)s(ul) [[III]] p(ater) p(atriae) div[i Anton(ini) f(ilius)] / divi Sever(i) nep(os) et M(arcus) [Aur]el(ius) [[Alexander nobiliss(imus)]] / Caesar imper[[i]] [[et sacerdoti consors]] [---] / alae II Astur(um) [[Anton(inianae)]] v[et]ustate [dilapsum restitu]/erunt per Marium Valer[ianum leg(atum) Aug(ustorum) pr(o) pr(aetore)] / instante Septimio Ni[l]o prae[f(ecto) equitum] / dedicatum III Kal(endas) Novem(bres) Gr[at]o et Sele[uco co(n)s(ulibus)]

HD070646 (Britannia)

Imp(eratori) T(ito) [Ael]/io Had(riano) [Anton]/ino Aug(usto) [Pio p(atri) p(atriae) II] / co(n)s(uli) leg(io) [VI Vic(trix)]

HD070644 (Britannia)

SVCNV / SVOTVT / d(eo) Vot/ri v(otum) s(olvit)

HD070631 (Britannia)

T(urma) L(uci) A(---) F(ani) / p(er) val(lum) / p(edes) CXIII // turm(a) / L(uci) A(---) Fani

HD070533 (Britannia)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) Traiano / Hadr[ia]n(o) Aug(usto) / A(ulo) Platorio N[epote l]eg(ato) Aug(usti) pr(o) p[r(aetore)] / vexillatio c[lassis] Britan(nicae)

HD070479 (Britannia)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) M(arco) Aurelio / Severo Antonino / Pio Felici Aug(usto) Parthic(o) / Max(imo) Brit(annico) Max(imo) Germ(anico) / Max(imo) pontifici maxim(o) / trib(unicia) potest(ate) XVIIII Imp(eratori) II[I] / co(n)s(uli) IIII proco(n)s(uli) p(atri) p(atriae) coh(ors) I / Fida Vardul(lorum) c(ivium) R(omanorum) eq(uitata) Anto/niniana fecit sub cura [[[---]]] / [[[---]]] leg(ati) Aug(usti) pr(o) p[r(aetore)]

HD070476 (Britannia)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) T(ito) Aelio / H[a]d(riano) Antonino Aug(usto) Pio p(atri) p(atriae) / sub Q(uinto) Lol(lio) Urbico / leg(ato) Aug(usti) pro prae(tore) / coh(ors) I Ling(onum) / eq(uitata) f(ecit)

HD070464 (Britannia)

G(enio) d(omini) n(ostri) et / Signorum / coh(ortis) I Vardul[l(orum)] / et n(umeri) Explora/tor(um) Brem(eniensium) Gor(diani) / Egnat(ius) Lucili/anus leg(atus) Aug(usti) pr(o) pr(aetore) / curante Cassio / Sabiniano trib(uno)

HD070411 (Britannia)

Dis culto/ribus huiu[s] / loci Iul(ius) / Victor trib(unus)

HD070386 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Sudrenus / Ertole nomine / Vellibia felicissi/me vixit an(n)is IIII / diebus LX

HD070385 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Ahtehe / fil(iae) Nobilis / vixit an(n)is V

HD070384 (Britannia)

[---]icinicivi [---] / rauthus et [---] / arfaiaucus [et ---] / [---] et Scu[---] / [---]co[---]

HD070372 (Britannia)

Vexi[llatio] / leg(ionis) V[I vic(tricis) p(iae) f(idelis)] / sub c[ura Viri] / Lup[i v(iri) c(larissimi) co(n)s(ularis)]

HD070364 (Britannia)

Vexillus / leg(ionis) II Aug(ustae)

HD070363 (Britannia)

Imperatorib(us) / Caesaribus / [M(arco) A]urelio An/[tonino et ---]

HD070361 (Britannia)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) [T(ito)] Ael[io] / Antonino A[ug(usto)] Pi[o] / III co(n)[s(uli) p(atri) p(atriae)] / sub cura Q(uinti) [Lolli Urbici] / leg(ati) Au[g(usti) pr(o) pr(aetore)] / leg(io) II A[ug(usta) fecit]

HD070348 (Britannia)

Apollini / Mapono / Q(uintus) Terentius / Q(uinti) f(ilius) Ouf(entina) / Firmus Saen(a) / praef(ectus) castr(orum) / leg(ionis) VI v(ictricis) p(iae) f(idelis) / d(edit) d(edicavit)

HD070312 (Britannia)

Num(ini) Aug(usti) et / Gen(io) coh(ortis) I F(idae) / Vardullorum / c(ivium) R(omanorum) eq(uitatae) sub An/tistio Adven/to leg(ato) Aug(usti) pr(o) p[r(aetore)] / F(lavius) Titianus trib(unus) / d(e) s(uo) d(edit)

HD070208 (Britannia)

Deo / Silv(ano)

HD070204 (Britannia)

Deae sanct/ae Fortunae / Conservatrici / Marcus Aurel(ius) / Salvius tribun/us coh(ortis) I Ael(iae) Hi/spanorum / eq(uitatae) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD070202 (Britannia)

Deo / sancto / Cocidio / Paternius / Maternus / tribunus coh(ortis) / I Nervan(a)e / ex evocato / Palatino / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD070188 (Britannia)

Matrib(us) Parc(is) pro salut(e) / Sanctiae Geminae

HD070160 (Britannia)

Deo / Marti / Belatucad/ro et Numi/nib(us) Aug(ustorum) / Iulius Au/gustalis / actor Iul(i) Lu/pi pr(a)ef(ecti)

HD070056 (Britannia)

Genio loci / Fortun(ae) Reduci / Romae Aetern(ae) / et Fato Bono / G(aius) Cornelius / Peregrinus / trib(unus) cohor(tis) / ex provincia / Maur(etania) Caesa(riensi) / domo Sald[i]s / d[e]c(urio) v(otum) s(olvit) l(aetus) [l(ibens)] m(erito) // Volanti vivas

HD069928 (Britannia)

[I]mp(erator) Caesar / [divi N]ervae fil(ius) Ne[rva] / [Trai]anus Aug(ustus) Ger[m(anicus) Dac]/[icus po]ntifex maximu[s tribun]/[iciae po]testatis XII imp(erator) V[I co(n)s(ul) V p(ater) p(atriae)] / [portam] per leg(ionem) VIIII Hi[sp(anam) fecit]

HD069918 (Britannia)

Mat(ribus) Af(ris) Ita(lis) Ga(llis) / M(arcus) Minu(cius) Aude(n)s / mil(es) leg(ionis) VI vic(tricis) / guber(nator) leg(ionis) VI / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD069774 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) P(ublio) Rustio / Fabia Crescen(ti) Brix(ia) / mil(iti) leg(ionis) XX V(aleriae) v(ictricis) / an(norum) XXX stip(endiorum) X / Groma heres / fac(iendum) cur(avit)

HD069772 (Britannia)

G(aius) Lovesius Papir(ia) / Cadarus Emerita mil(es) / leg(ionis) XX V(aleriae) v(ictricis) an(norum) XXV stip(endiorum) IIX / Frontinius Aquilo h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD069751 (Britannia)

G(aio) Valerio / Crispo / vet(e)rano / ex leg(ione) II / ad(iutrice) pia / [fideli]

HD069655 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Tadia Vallaun[i]us vixit / ann(os) LXV et Tadius Exuper(a)tus / filius vixit ann(os) XXXVII defun(c)/tus expeditione Germanica / Tadia Exuperata filia / ma[t]ri et fratri piiss(i)ma / secus tumulum / patris posuit

HD069651 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) / G(aius) Valerius G(ai) f(ilius) / Galeria Victor / Lugduni sig(nifer) leg(ionis) II Aug(ustae) / stip(endiorum) XVII annor(um) XLV cu/ra(m) agent(e) Annio Perpetuo h(erede)

HD069647 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Q(uinti) Iuli Severi / Dinia veterani / leg(ionis) II Aug(ustae) coniux f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD069645 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) / G(ai) Iuli / Decum/ini v(eterani) l(egionis) II A(ugustae) / a(nnorum) XXXXV / c(oniunx) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD069643 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Aurelius Hercula/nus aeques vixit an/nos XXVIII coniux f/aciendum curavi/t

HD069627 (Britannia)

Imp(eratores) Valerianus et Gallienus / Aug(usti) et Valerianus nobilissimus / Caes(ar) cohorti VII centurias a so/lo restituerunt per Desticium Iubam / v(irum) c(larissimum) legatum Aug(ustorum) pr(o) pr(aetore) et / Vitulasium Laetinianum leg(atum) leg(ionis) / II Aug(ustae) curante Domit(io) Potentino / praef(ecto) leg(ionis) eiusdem

HD069626 (Britannia)

[Imperatores] Caesares L(ucius) Septi[mius Severus Pius Pertinax Aug(ustus) et M(arcus) Aurelius] / [Antoninus A]ug(ustus) [[et]] [[P(ublius)]] Septimius [[Geta]] [nobilissimus Caesar ---] / [vetustate c]orruptum [--- restitverunt]

HD069624 (Britannia)

Im[p(eratori) Caes(ari)] / M(arco) Au[relio] / Anto[nino] / P(io) F(elici) Aug(usto) [L(uci) Sep(timi)] / Severi [Aug(usti)] / filio / [le]g(io) II [Aug(usta)]

HD069618 (Britannia)

Saluti Re/ginae P(ublius) Sal/lienius P(ubli) f(ilius) / Maecia Tha[la]/mus Had[ria] / pr(a)ef(ectus) leg(ionis) II A[ug(ustae)] / cum fili(i)s suis / Ampeiano et Lu/ciliano d(ono) d(edit)

HD069617 (Britannia)

[In]victo / [Mit]hrae / [---]s Iustus / [--- le]g(ionis) II Aug(ustae) / [b(ene)] m(erenti) f(ecit)

HD069613 (Britannia)

[Fort]une et Bono Eve/nto Corneli(us) Castus et Iul(ia) / Belismicus coniuges / po[s(u)er(unt)]

HD069611 (Britannia)

T(itus) Fl(avius) Postumius / [V]arus v(ir) c(larissimus) leg(atus) / templ(um) Dianae / restituit

HD069396 (Britannia)

[N]eptu[no] / aram / L(ucius) Aufidius / Pantera / praefect(us) / clas(sis) Brit(annicae)

HD068995 (Britannia)

$] / aquam / coh(ors) III Br[a]/cara[ugustano]/[rum] IN / LVCO ET ACA

HD068844 (Britannia)

[D(is) M(anibus)] / [Fla]via / [uxor] Marci

HD048946 (Britannia)

$]IGA[--- sub] / [Arru]ntio Paulin[o trib(uno)] / ag(entes) in praeten[sione]

HD027843 (Britannia)

Deo / Marti / Ocelo / Ael(ius) A(u)gus/tinus op(tio) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD025794 (Britannia)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) div[i Nervae f(ilio)] / Nervae Traia[no Aug(usto)] / Ger(manico) pontif(ici) maxim[o trib(unicia)] / potest(ate) p(atri) p(atriae) / co(n)s(uli) III / leg(io) II Aug(usta)

HD023985 (Britannia)

Veter/ibus / [p]osuuit(!) A/ure(lius) Vict(or) v(oto)

HD021374 (Britannia)

[D(is)] M(anibus) / [Ba]rathes(?) Pal/morenus(!) vexil(l)a(rius) / vixit an(n)os LXVIII

HD020221 (Britannia)

Matrib(us) Ala/tervis et / Matrib(us) Cam/pestrib(us) cohors II Tungrorum ins(tante) / VERSCARM / [|(centurione)] leg(ionis) XX V(aleriae) V(ictricis)

HD019553 (Britannia)

[Divorum] omnium fil[ius] / [Imp(erator) Caesar Traianus] Hadr[ianus] / [Augustus impo]s[it]a necessitat[e imperii] / [intra fines conser]vati divino pra[ecepto] / [c]o(n)s(uli) II // diffusis [barbaris et] / provinc[ia reciperata] / Britannia ad[didit limitem inter] / utrumque o[ceani litus per m(ilia) p(assuum) LXXX] / exercitus pr[ovinciae opus valli fecit] / sub cura A(uli) [Platori Nepotis leg(ati) Aug(usti) pr(o) pr(aetore)]

HD019550 (Britannia)

Iovi aeterno / Dolicheno // et Caelesti / Brigantiae / et Saluti / C(aius) Iulius Ap/olinaris / |(centurio) leg(ionis) VI iuss(u) dei

HD015989 (Britannia)

[--- eq(uo)] / pub(lico) |(centurio) leg(ionum) V Mac<e>d(onicae) et / VIII Aug(ustae) et II Aug(ustae) et XX V(aleriae) V(ictricis) / vixit annis LXI Aristio / lib(ertus) h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F018933

Vercovicium / Housesteads ; AE: 1924, 0094.; other literature: RIB 1576.