Potamos: Digital Antiquity Data

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July 15, 2019

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Developing Photo Metadata

This handout, "Developing Photo Metadata," is a part of the Improving African Futures Using Lessons from the Past (IAfF) Digital Resource Guides. The focus of this guide is on creating metadata for photographic collections. While there are many metadata categories that can be included in describing photographic collections, choices about which ones to include in a metadata template must be made. Metadata categories you record should anticipate your needs and those of future users of a collection. This guide includes a sample workflow, practice questions, and an appendix on the categories used for the Banda Heritage Project.

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DOR-C661FA MOUNT MEDIEVAL

An incomplete possible copper alloy furniture mount. A sheet metal mount with a pyramid-shaped domed centre boss. Originally square, but now missing one corner. In one remaining corner is a circular attachment hole,. There is a second, larger attachment hole part way along the left side. This is probably not an original attachment point an perhaps replaced on through the missing corner. The front of the plate retains traces of gilding and is further decorated with concentric framing incised lines. There is a pair of lines near the outer edge, infilled with wavy a wavy line, and another around the domed central boss. The rear is undecorated.Date: Late Medieval to Early Post Medieval c. 1300 - 1600Dimensions: 49.32 mm x 49.32 mm x 1.00 mmWeight: 13.80 g

DOR-C996C0 VESSEL ROMAN

A sherd of Black Burnished ware. The fabric is the South West variant (WA fabric 1B) with a pale grey reduced core and black slipped margins. Hard and gritty, tempered with abundant rounded quartz and occasional iron. A rim sherd from a flanged bowl (WA type 25).The flange is dropped from the pointed rim. Handmade. Abraded.Date: Roman - c. 250 - 400Weight: 20 g

SOM-C9615B COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy radiate of unclear emperor dating to c. AD 260-275 (Reece Period 13). Unclear reverse type. Unclear mint.The coin has a white metal coating but has a copper alloy core

DOR-C67066 BUCKLE ROMAN

A fragment of a copper alloy buckle of Hawkes and Dunning type IIB, dating to, c. AD 250 - 400. The loop and pin are missing. The openwork integral plate is broadly rectangular and flat with an openwork design in the form of circular holes, underneath which there are rectangular voids. At the edge of the buckle plate, close to the join with the absent loop stub, there is a smaller circular hole which acts as a rivet hole. The outside edge of the buckle plate has an ornate design made up of knops which are now worn . The frame is slightly bevelled on one face. The reverse is flat.Date: RomanDimensions: 24.51 mm x 21.91 mm x 1.93 mmWeight: 3.53 g

SOM-C7F1A7 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy radiate of unclear emperor dating to c. AD 260-275 (Reece Period 13). Unclear reverse type. Unclear mint.

DOR-C62899 BOOK FITTING POST MEDIEVAL

A fragment of a copper alloy book fitting of Howsam type A.3 dating to c.1500 - 1650. The fragment is the front plate of the flared and scalloped terminal end of a book clasp. In the centre are two circular holes, the remnants of a line of four more circular holes spaced irregularly are present at the site of the break. The plate is decorated with longitudinal incised lines, which divide into two panels of herringbone patter.Reference: a similar example of complete fittings can also be seen the PAS database DEV-B02895Date: Post MedievalDimensions: 15.70 mm x 19.48 mm 1.02mmWeight: 1.14 g

DOR-C5799D BROOCH ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy hinged Initial T-shaped brooch dating to AD 75 - 150. The pin, one wing and the foot are missing. The surviving wing is cylindrical and house the pin axis bar. The head of the bow has a tapering triangular panel with expanded shoulders and is decorated with a raised ridge running down the middle flanked by a raised ridge one on each side. The central line continues down the three quarters of the length of the bow. The foot of the bow is missing and there are no traces of the catchplate on the reverse.Reference: A similar example can also be seen the PAS database GLO-8AA7E1Date: RomanDimensions: 33.42 mm x 26.67 mm 3.28mmWeight: 6.61 g

DOR-C52915 BROOCH ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy sprung Colchester variant brooch dating to AD 25 - 60. The brooch is of a one-piece type with a narrow, flat strip bow with rectangular cross-section. The head of the brooch comprises short rectangular wings with an integral forward facing hook for the spring chord. The spring and the pin is missing. The bow is curved and tapered, it is decorated with incised grooves with dots running down to the pointed foot. A small catch plate and pin curl survives at the reverse of the footReference: similar to examples in Hattatt, A visual Catalogue of Richard Hattatt's Ancient Brooches, pg.296, fig.155, no.1457 which illustrates a flat strip bow. A similar example can also be seen the PAS database SUR-E4A042Date: Late Iron Age to early RomanDimensions: 47.93 mm x 16.49 mm 1.74 mmWeight: 2.92 g

DOR-C4D2B8 BROOCH ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy sprung Langton Down brooch dating to AD 25 - 60. The damaged spring casing and the bow survive. The bow is flat and rectangular in shape with a prominent spine and a moulded border to the head. The arms are cylindrical and partially enclose the spring. From the head of the brooch, extends the worn but decorated integrally cast bow. The bow is decorated with a central raised rib with moulded lateral grooves. Its reverse houses the stubs of an open catch-plate which takes up half of the bows length.Reference: similar to examples in Hattatt, A visual Catalogue of Richard Hattatt's Ancient Brooches, pg.306, fig.165. A similar example can also be seen the PAS database LEIC-6D662BDate: Late Iron Age to early RomanDimensions: 41.56 mm x 13.70 mm 7.60 mmWeight: 3.13 g

DOR-C44D00 BROOCH ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy developed hinged T-shaped, trumpet variant brooch dating to AD 100 - 200. The pin is missing. Projecting from the flared and sub-rectangular head and flanked by two grooves is flat integral headloop with a circular aperture. The bow is plano convex in cross section with a moulded acanthus style decoration at its midpoint consisting of a series of five moulded ridges and a moulded transverse terminal ridge at the foot. At the rear of the lower part of the bow is a long catchplate.Reference: similar to examples in Hattatt, A visual Catalogue of Richard Hattatt's Ancient Brooches, pg.330, fig.189, no.962 although the central decoration varies.Date: RomanDimensions: 45.12 mm x 10.99 mm 5.45 mmWeight: 4.60 g.

GLO-C58598 MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

Strap fitting in the form of a lozenge with open centre that has a fleur-de-lis at one end. Single integral lug on the reverse for attachment. Date 17th century.

GLO-C56221 VESSEL POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy vessel fragment. This is a leg fragment from a posnet or skillet consisting of a trapezoid cross-section leg with a pronounced ridge down the forward edge. The foot and missing top of the leg are truncated. Date 1350-1850.

SOM-C81696 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy nummus of the House of Valentinian dating to AD 364-378 (Reece Period 19). GLORIA ROMANORUM reverse type, depicting the Emperor advancing right dragging a captive and holding a standard. Unclear mint.The coin is abraded with several small chips around the edge.

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SUR-C3DE5F COIN MEDIEVAL

A worn and bent silver medieval penny of Edward IV First reign (1461-1470) heavy coinage of 1461-1465, class IV, probably Durham mint and struck with local dies. The reverse has a rose in the centre; almost all other details are lost. As North (1991) p84 number 1544.

SUR-C495AE COIN IRON AGE

A fragment of a cast copper alloy potin of the Kent region, attributable to the Cantiaci. "Striations Left" type dating to the early 1st century BC. Obverse: outline head, left. Reverse: outline bull, left. Striations to both sides. As ABC 153.

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Imagery location of Euphrasian Basilica

Coordinates after GeoHack; verified in Google Earth.

tribus Lemonia

An older rural tribe of ancient Rome.

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Cosmetics

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Longula

Longula was an early settlement of Latium Vetus, although its location is no longer known. A Volscian city, Longula was first taken by the Romans in 493 B.C. under the consul Postumus Cominius. It subsequently changes hands several times during the fifth and fourth centuries B.C. It likely lay between Ardea and Antium.

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IOW-C68531 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete Roman copper-alloy nummus of uncertain ruler, dating to the period c. AD 330-402.Obverse and reverse illegible.Diameter: 16.7mm. Weight: 1.30g.

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SUSS-C5AEA8 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A cast lead token from the 17th-19th century. The token is circular with a design cast in relief on one face, and plain on the reverse. The decoration consists of a prominent cross shaped formed by 4 rectangles arranged around a central square. The pairs of rectangles opposite each other have different designs on them. Two have parallel lines creating a ladder effect, and the other two (as well as the central square) have an X in them. There is additional decoration on each of the quarters created by the cross, most of which are too worn, but two appear to have a feur de lis.

SF-C50EA8 COIN WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

A copper-alloy Post Medieval coin weight for a quarter angel, dating to AD 1559-1625. It is sub-square and bears St Michael spearing a dragon on one side with an unclear inscription around, while the other side has a crown above II s/IX D. Withers (1995, p. 22).Length: 10.83 mmWidth: 10.92 mmThickness: 1.62 mmWeight: 0.74 g

IOW-B91F89 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete and worn post-Medieval copper-alloy rose farthing of Charles I (1625-1649). Type 2, 1636-1644. Initial mark: illegible (North 1991: 165, ref: 2291).Obverse: [CAROLVS D G MAG BRI] (or similar); [Single arched crown with sceptres in saltire through it].Reverse: FRA[N] ET HI[ REX]; (or similar); Single rose surmounted by a single arched crown.Diameter: 12.9mm. Weight: 0.47g.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

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PUBLIC-B1215D COIN MEDIEVAL

Medieval silver penny of Henry III dating to AD 1250 to 1256. Voided long cross with three pellets in each angle class 5a2. Minted by John at Canterbury. Obverse: hENRICVS REX; Crowned bust facing with sceptre left. The reverse inscription reads IOH'/SON/CAN/TER. Spink 1367a.

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Cilicia

Cilicia is the ancient Roman name for the southeastern region of Asia Minor (modern-day Turkey). It is referenced in the biblical books of Acts and Galatians, was the birthplace of Saint Paul, and the site of his early evangelical missions. The territory was first inhabited in the Neolithic Period c. 8th millennium BCE and was under Hittite control by the 2nd millennium BCE before passing to the...

July 14, 2019

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SUR-B0BBA5 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A silver halfgroat of the Commonwealth of England (1649-1660), with reverse depicting the conjoined shields of St George and Ireland with value mark 'I I' above, London mint. As North (1991), no.2728.

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SUR-A04925 COIN WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

A post medieval coin weight of 1.84g (28.2gn) for a quarter laurel (5 shillings) of James I (1603 - 1625) Third Coinage (1619-1625). The weight is square shaped in plan with chamfered edges. The obverse has a crown over the value mark 'V.S' (5 shillings) set between four fleur-de-lis contained within a beaded circle. In the top left hand corner of the weight is a crowned 'I" countermark. The reverse shows a bearded laureate crowned bust facing left. As Withers & Withers (1995), p15, variety f.

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Epiakon (Epiacum)

A Roman fort at present-day Whitley Castle.

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Summus P(o)eninus

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 17 I2 Summus P(o)eninus

Eudracinum

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 17 I2 Eudracinum

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Pondel

A Roman aqueduct dating to 3 B.C.

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NMS-9E364F HOOKED TAG EARLY MEDIEVAL

Middle Saxon to Late Saxon sheet copper alloy circular hooked tag with two attachment holes, Read 2008 early medieval single sharp-hooked clasp Class A, Type 2. Within an engraved border line there is a large central punched ring-and-dot which has pierced the sheet. Of four smaller ring-and-dots two are placed partly astride the border line. Length 14.5mm. Width 11mm. Early 8th - 11th century.

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NMS-9D8086 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval gilt copper alloy buckle: oval frame with an offset, narrowed bar and a rounded and thickened outside edge; D-sectioned pin with a transverse rib near the loop; marginally trapezoidal sheet plate tapering towards the inside edge, with a pin slot, frame recesses, five convex-headed rivets and a wavy line engraved along both sides. Specks of gilding remain on the frame. Overall length 46mm. Frame length and width 12 and 16.5mm. Plate length and width 36 and 12 - 10mm. Rear part of plate 33 x 7mm.

NMS-9D2E1C BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Fragment of a medieval copper alloy oval buckle frame, part of an offset, narrowed bar and most of one side only. Extant length 14.5mm. 13th - 14th century.

NMS-9C6818 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Incomplete post-medieval copper alloy double-looped buckle frame, both loops almost certainly oval. Almost all of one loop and more than half of the narrow bar are missing. There is a slight lobe at the end of the bar and a multiply grooved knop in the centre of the edge in the form of a scallop shell. Very much larger than most double oval-looped frames with this arrangement of small lateral lobes and scallop knops on the edges. One example of a similarly substantial frame is WAW-5D3B15. Estimated length and width 60 and 50mm. Mid 16th - mid 17th century.

NMS-9C8637 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Just over half of a post-medieval copper alloy double-looped buckle frame, both loops rectangular, with a rectangular lobe at the ends of the bar, a grooved rectangular knop on the edge, and the loop of an iron pin on the bar. Very similar to Whitehead 2003, no. 486. Estimated length 39mm. Width 25mm. 17th century.

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Carovilli

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 F2 Carovilli

Aequi

The Aequi were an ancient Italic tribe of northeast Latium in the first millennium BC.

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NMS-9BD0E7 BROOCH MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy brooch with a missing pin. The plain annular frame, of round cross-section and with a pin constriction, is distorted and badly abraded. Similar to Egan and Pritchard 1991, no. 1307. External diameter c.22mm. Internal diameter c. 17mm. 14th century.

NMS-9BFAB7 DRESS HOOK POST MEDIEVAL

Incomplete post-medieval copper alloy hooked tag of Read 2008 early post-medieval single sharp-hooked clasp Class E, Type 3, with the upper part, one side and the lower part of the hook missing. Similar to ibid. nos. 412-5. Estimated width 18mm. 16th century.

NMS-9BA36B BUTTON POST MEDIEVAL

Two post-medieval white-metal coated copper alloy buttons with solid heads and remains of embedded wire loops, 17th century:- convex front and slightly concave reverse, diameter 13mm, thickness 4mm.- plano-convex with an annular rib (diameter 12mm) on the front face, diameter 19.8mm, thickness 4.4mm.

NMS-9B85A9 BUTTON POST MEDIEVAL

Two post-medieval copper alloy buttons with solid heads and incomplete non-drilled loops, 16th century:- biconical, diameter 10mm.- plano-convex, diameter 10.5mm.

NMS-9A445C SIEVE MEDIEVAL

Three small fragments (combined weight 11g) of medieval or post-medieval sheet copper alloy sieves, skimmers or colanders, two without any original edge, one with part of a straight edge. All are pierced by round holes punched from a single direction. Average hole diameters, 1.5, 3 and 4mm, suggest they are parts of three objects. 14th - 17th century.

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NMS-99CB69 KEY (LOCKING) MEDIEVAL

Incomplete medieval copper alloy rotary key for a casket with the bow and part of the hollow-ended,oval-sectioned shank missing. There is a single rectangular cleft on the outer side of the simple bit. Extant length 23.5mm. Bit 6 x 7.5 x 2mm. Mid 12th - 14th century.

NMS-99B79E STRAP FITTING MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy belt fitting, a circular pendent loop with a collared knop, similar to Egan and Pritchard 1991, no. 1192. Height 15.5mm. Width 12.2mm. 14th century.

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Lebadeia

Lebadeia was an ancient settlement located close to the western frontier of Boeotia.

Heleon

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 A1 Heleon

Alfedena

A Samnite settlement occupying a strategic location in the valley of the Sangro river.

Imagery location of Civitavecchia di Arpino

Acropolis of the ancient city of Arpinum. Coordinates following GeoHack.

Campochiaro

An Italic sanctuary sacred to Hercules located in località Civitella in the comune of Campochiaro. The site is to be connected with the Pentrian Samnites.

Monte Castellone (Torcino)

A fortified center located in the comune of Ciorlano.

Frigento

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 45 B2 Frigento

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Ad Decimum

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 43 B2 Ad Decimum

Ardea

Ardea was an ancient settlement of the Rutuli in Latium.

Politorium

An ancient town of Latium located near Castel di Decima. Tradition holds that Ancus Marcius captured the settlement and relocated its occupants to the Aventine Hill in Rome.

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NMS-8BCCB3 RING MEDIEVAL

Four medieval to post-medieval copper alloy rings, possibly used in the suspension of drapes (Egan 1998, 62-4), some file marks visible, mid 14th - 16th century:- hexagonal cross-section, two opposed parts of edge straight suggesting manufacture in multiple mould, external and internal diameters 26.5 and 17.5mm, thickness 3.2mm.- hexagonal cross-section, external and internal diameters 26 and 17.5mm, thickness 3mm.- hexagonal cross-section, part of edge straight suggesting manufacture in multiple mould, external and internal diameters 22.5 - 24 and 14 - 16.5mm, thickness 2.7mm.- irregular, partly pointed oval cross-section, external and internal diameters 21.8 and 14mm, thickness 2.3 - 3mm.

LEIC-8B8CC5 LITHIC IMPLEMENT UNKNOWN

A group of 49 lithic implements made on flint. Described from top to bottom, left to right:A1 Mesolithic flint blade. Made on flint, light bluish-grey opaque patina. Secondary blade, single previous unidirectional removal on the dorsal. Late Upper Palaeolithic to Late Mesolithic -13000 to -4000. SK 723 243A2 Mesolithic flint blade. Snapped. Made on flint, light bluish-grey semi-translucent patina. Orthogonal technology. The snap and some fine, short, low angle, scaler retouching on the ventral face of the left lateral have a different patina (light grey translucent), suggesting re-use of material. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 723 243A3 Mesolithic flint point. Backed.Made on flint, light bluish-grey semi-translucent patina, unidirectional technology. Tertiary piece, proximal end abruptly retouched to form the point. Right lateral edge forms backing with small notches near the distal on the left lateral to facilitate hafting. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 778 246A4 Mesolithic flint bladelet. Made on flint, light greyish-brown opaque patina. Tertiary bladelet, unidirectional technology. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7698 2549A5 Palaeolithic flint blade. Made on dark grey flint, patinated light blue and opaque. Tertiary blade, broken by post-depositional forces, perhaps a plough. Orthogonal technology. Late Upper Palaeolithic to Early Mesolithic -13000 to -8000. SK 7265 2415A6 Mesolithic flint bladelet. Made on flint, light creamy-grey opaque patina. Tertiary bladelet, bi-directional technology. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415A7 Mesolithic flint bladelet. Made on flint, light greyish-blue opaque patina. Tertiary bladelet, unidirectional technology, en eperon preparation. Re-use of bladelet with fine retouching on left lateral edge (short, semi-abrupt, sub-parallel). Late Upper Palaeolithic to Late Mesolithic -13000 to -4000. SK 723 243B1 Mesolithic flint blade. Made on flint, light brownish-grey opaque patina. Tertiary blade, orthogonal technology. Blade is exploiting a previous platform surface. Early Mesolithic to Early Neolithic -9000 to -3300. SK 7700 2551B2 Mesolithic flint blade. Snapped. Made on flint, light bluish-grey opaque patina. Unidirectional technology, snapped to produce a transverse-like blade fragment. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7355 2765B3 Mesolithic flint notch. Reuse of a flint blade, snapped and notched along one edge. Late Mesolithic to Early Neolithic -8000 to -3300. SK 728 246B4 Mesolithic flint blade. Made on flint, mid-brown opaque patina. Tertiary blade, unidirectional technology. Early Mesolithic to Early Neolithic -9000 to -3300. SK 7698 2551B5 Mesolithic flint awl. Made on flint, mid greyish-brown opaque patina. Tertiary blade, unidirectional technology. Notch created through abrupt retouch to leave awl-like tip. Early Mesolithic to Early Neolithic -9000 to -3300. SK 7707 2570B6 Mesolithic flint blade. Snapped. Reuse of a retouched Late Upper Palaeolithic blade that had been finely retouched (short, semi-abrupt) along all edges. Patination is light blue and opaque. Parallel unidirectional ridges and scars, later snapping has exposed flint surface with different, darker grey patination. Notched neat the snapping. Could be Mesolithic microburin technique. Late Upper Palaeolithic to Late Mesolithic -13000 to -4000. SK 723 246B7 Mesolithic flint bladelet. Made on flint, light greyish-blue opaque patina. Tertiary bladelet, bi-directional technology with parallel ridges. Soft-hammer percussion. Late Upper Palaeolithic to Late Mesolithic -13000 to -4000. SK 7701 2553C1 Neolithic flint arrowhead. Made on a flint flake, light blue opaque patina. Re-used flake by notching both lateral edges and refining the butt into a tip, Asymmetrical piece. Early Neolithic to Early Bronze Age -4000 to -1000. SK 721 243C2 Undated flint flake. Made on flint, light grey opaque patina. Tertiary flake, thin bulb, unidirectional flaking. SK 7697 2558C3 Neolithic flint awl. Made on re-used flint flake that is light blue and opaque in patina. Distal end retouched (short, abrupt) to create the awl. Early Neolithic to Early Bronze Age -4000 to -1000. SK 7265 2415C4 Mesolithic flint point. Made on light blue opaque patinated flint. Tertiary piece. Distal end forms the base and has been notched on the left edge and refined on the right for hafting, which has also created the oblique pointed shape. Tip is broken, perhaps impact damage. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 778 246C5 Mesolithic flint awl. Made on flint, mottled light blue and cream patina. Secondary flake. Distal end snapped, proximal end notched into an awl. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415C6 Mesolithic flint blade. Snapped. Primary blade, snapped both ends to create transverse blade. Patinated light creamy-blue and opaque on ventral face. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415C7 Mesolithic flint microlith. Secondary blade. Unidirectional technology provides parallel ridge, creating a naturally backed piece. Patinated light bluish-grey and opaque. Snapped at proximal end and serrated on the left edge. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415D1 Mesolithic flint bladelet. Made on flint, light greyish-blue opaque patina. Tertiary bladelet, unidirectional technology with parallel ridges. Soft-hammer percussion. Late Upper Palaeolithic to Late Mesolithic -13000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415D2 Mesolithic flint bladelet. Made on flint, light bluish-grey opaque patina. Tertiary bladelet, orthogonal working. Serrated edge all round the piece. Late Upper Palaeolithic to Late Mesolithic -13000 to -4000. SK 728 246D3 Mesolithic flint microlith. Tertiary blade, unidirectional technology, patinated mid bluish grey and opaque. Snapped at proximal end and abruptly (crossed) retouched on snapped ends, refined to create oblique right edge. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7676 2516D4 Mesolithic flint flake. Made on flint, light creamy-blue opaque patina. Tertiary blade, unidirectional flaking. Intended blade but it hinged. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 723 243D5 Mesolithic flint flake. Made on flint, mid greyish-blue opaque patina. Secondary blade, unidirectional flaking. Distal end and small area on left lateral edge retouched (short, abrupt). Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7700 2551D6 Mesolithic flint point. Made on flint, light greyish-blue semi-translucent patina. Tertiary piece. Obliquely snapped to create point. Two small notches either side of the plain butt are placed for hafting. Early Mesolithic to Early Neolithic -9000 to -3300. SK 7700 2554D7 Mesolithic flint microlith. Made on flint, light creamy-blue opaque patina. Tertiary blade, unidirectional flaking. Notched and retouched all over (short, abrupt) to create oblique-like point. Early Mesolithic to Late Neolithic -9000 to -2200. SK 7640 2513E1 Undated flint fragment. Made on flint, light blue opaque patina. Secondary piece, broken by plough or other post-depositional factor. SK 723 243E2 Mesolithic flint bladelet. Made on flint, light creamy grey opaque patina. Tertiary bladelet, unidirectional scars, slightly serrated on left edge. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415E3 Mesolithic flint bladelet. Snapped. Made on flint, light greyish-cream opaque patina. Tertiary blade. Parallel ridge created by unidirectional technology has produced a steep blade scar that would be used as backing. Left edge slightly serrated. Snapped at both ends. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415E4 Mesolithic flint fragment. Made on flint, light blue opaque patina. Tertiary piece. Distal part of a blade either deliberately snapped in a later period or by post-depositional processes e.g. a plough. Late Upper Palaeolithic to Late Mesolithic -13000 to -4000. SK 723 243E5 Mesolithic flint flake. Made on flint, light blue opaque patina. Plunged at the distal end, unidirectional technology. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415E6 Mesolithic flint flake. Made on flint, light bluish-grey opaque patina. Tertiary piece, unidirectional technology, distal end broken. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415E7 Mesolithic flint bladelet. Made on flint, light bluish-grey opaque patina. Tertiary piece. Unidirectional technology, distal end snapped and slightly retouched (short, abrupt). Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415F1 Mesolithic flint bladelet. Made on flint, mid bluish-grey patina. Tertiary bladelet, snapped obliquely to create sharp point. Facetted preparation on platform, parallel ridge forms natural backing. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415F2 Mesolithic flint point. Made on flint, light bluish-grey opaque patina. Tertiary piece, unidirectional technology. Snapped at both ends and down the left side to create an oblique point. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 728 246F3 Mesolithic flint point. Made on flint, light grey translucent patina. Tertiary piece, snapped to produce point, backed at the base. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 728 246F4 Mesolithic flint blade. Snapped. Made on flint, light greyish-cream opaque patina. Secondary blade, parallel ridge created by unidirectional technology. Snapped obliquely at the distal end. Cortex provides natural backing. Could have been used as a microlithic composite tool. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415F5 Mesolithic flint fragment. Made on flint, mid greyish-blue semi-translucent patina. Tertiary piece, unidirectional flaking. Fragment from the process of knapping. Late Upper Palaeolithic to Late Mesolithic -13000 to -4000. SK 7717 2543F6 Mesolithic flint flake. Made on flint, light bluish-grey opaque patina. Tertiary piece, orthogonal technology. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415F7 Mesolithic flint point. Made on flint, light bluish-grey opaque patina. Tertiary piece, modified by fine crossed retouch to form oblique point. Small notch near base for hafting. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415G1 Mesolithic flint point. Made on flint, light bluish-grey opaque patina. Tertiary piece, truncated at the proximal end to form oblique point. Flake scars and some small modification at the base for hafting. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 723 243G2 Mesolithic flint point. Made on flint, light to mid- bluish-grey opaque patina. Tertiary piece, truncated at the distal end to form sharp point. Abruptly retouched on both laterals to form an oblique backed point. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415G3 Mesolithic flint point. Made on flint, light to mid- bluish-grey opaque patina. Tertiary piece, snapped at the distal end to form sharp point. Notched on both sides for hafting. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7265 2415G4 Mesolithic flint point. Made on flint, light bluish-grey semi-translucent patina. Tertiary piece, made on a fragment. Worked to form a long tang with a notch for hafting. Abrupt retouch and snapping used to create tip. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK 7709 2543G5 Undated flint fragment. Made on flint, light bluish-grey semi-translucent patina. Tertiary piece, distal fragment. SK 7265 2415G6 Undated flint fragment. Made on flint, light bluish-grey semi-translucent patina. Tertiary piece, distal fragment. SK 7265 2415G7 Mesolithic flint bladelet. Snapped.Made on flint, light creamy-grey opaque patina. Tertiary bladelet. Distal fragment of snapped bladelet, has been serrated all round the edges. Early to Late Mesolithic -9000 to -4000. SK7265 2415

NMS-8B6953 VESSEL MEDIEVAL

Six fragments of medieval to post-medieval cast copper alloy cooking vessels, weight 174g, 14th - 17th century:- rim sherd, diameter c.230mm.- lower end of leg and part of foot, width 28.5mm and thickness 8mm at break, sooted.- pointed oval cross-sectioned (21 x 10.5mm) fragment probably of foot, sooted on surface and on break.- very small lower end of leg with incomplete foot, pointed oval cross-section at break (14 x 5.5mm).- leg with median rib, broken at both ends and missing sides, Thickness at rib 19.5mm.- body, very thin (1.3mm) with two horizontal ribs.

WREX-8AE3CA FINGER RING POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy finger ring most likely of post medieval date (c. 1700-1850AD). The plain band is D-shape in section.External Diameter: 21.5mm; band width: 2.8mm; band thickness: 1.0mm; weight: 1.46g.

NMS-8AD1FC SKILLET POST MEDIEVAL

Fragment of post-medieval undecorated copper alloy handle of a skillet or posnet with a downward turned terminal. At the break the cross-section is pointed oval, width 20mm, thickness 8mm. Extant length 48mm. Weight 59g. 16th - 17th century

WREX-8A9E53 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver half penny, probably of Richard II, dating 1377-1399. Obverse has the crowned bust of the king facing with the legend is illegible. Reverse has a long cross pattée, with 3 pellets in each quarter, dividing the legend CIVI/TAS/[LON]/DON.Diameter: 13.3mm; weight: 0.54gDie axis 3

WILT-8AA19C CORE BRONZE AGE

A probable Bronze Age flint core, probably dating to c. 2400-800 BC. The core is sub-rectangular in plan and C-shaped in cross section, with a semi-cylindrical void running longitudinally along the ventral face. This void retains cortex, but is flanked by patinated removal scars. The dorsal face exhibits removal scars from multiple sub-parallel blade-like removals, struck from both platforms, but in two groups separated by an area with surviving cortex. The facets at the top and bottom of the core fragment are repatinated, more heavily at one end and exhibiting iron staining. Length 34.8mm; width 44.9mm; Thickness 23.2mm; weight 39.88g.The relatively scrappy knapping as well as the evidence of reuse (in the repatinated facets) would suggest a Bronze Age date, although the relatively small, sub-parallel removals could suggest earlier. Ultimately, it is difficult to date a single flint outside of a larger assemblage with confidence and that suggested here such be taken as tentative.

SUR-8A3C51 COIN EARLY MEDIEVAL

A silver penny of Edward the Martyr (AD 975-978). Obverse: diademed bust, left, +(E)[AD](W)EARD [RE]X[A](NGL)[ORVM]. Reverse: small cross pattee, + (H)[...]O=TANFO. Moneyer possibly Hild, Stamford mint. Cf North (1994), p157, number 763.

NMS-8A94A9 STYLUS MEDIEVAL

Medieval writing lead, round-sectioned and parallel-sided, trimmed to a point at one end and straight at the other, slightly bent, length c.55mm, diameter 7.5mm. Biddle 1990, 746, unclassified. 12th - 15th century.

NMS-8A800E CLOTH SEAL POST MEDIEVAL

Two post-medieval lead cloth seals without inscriptions, one two-part, diameter 21mm, and discs 1 and 4 from a four-part, diameter c.15mm. Late 16th - early 18th century.

WREX-8A5B14 CANDLE SNUFFER POST MEDIEVAL

Fragment, comprising one handle, from a post-medieval candle snuffer of scissor-like construction c.1650-1850AD. The handle is moulded to resemble twigs, with short projections and uneven arms and may have been intended to appear as dripping wax.For a similar example s NMS-D8CFB4 and SUR-31DA06 on the database.Length: 56.6mm; width: 28.7mm; thickness: 6mm; weight: 18.6g

NMS-8A2DFD WEIGHT MEDIEVAL

Three medieval to post-medieval lead weights with median perforations, perhaps for use with lines or nets, 13th - 18th century:- spherical with slightly flattened poles, diameter 18.9mm, length 16.6mm, hole diameter 4.5mm, weight 32.95g.- truncated conical with out-of-true base, so leaning, height 18.5mm, diameter 15 - 16.5mm, hole diameter 7 - 5mm, weight 21.14mm.- cylindrical with rounded ends, length 28.4mm, diameter 15mm, hole diameter 3 - 4mm, weight 39.66g.

SF-8A1DBD BULLA MEDIEVAL

An incomplete lead Medieval Papal bulla of Pope Alexander IV, dating to AD 1254-1261. It is semi-circular in plan and sub rectangular in cross-section. Only half of the bulla survives; originally the obverse had two bearded heads individually surrounded by a circle of pellets, and a cross between them. What remains of the bulla depicts one head and the cross. The legend above the heads reads S PA [S PE]. The reverse has the legend in three lines and reads [AL]E/[XAN]DER/P P . I]III. The legend is inscribed in a beaded line. Diameter: 38.28 mmThickness: 3.86 mmWeight: 19.93 g

NMS-8A0120 SPINDLE WHORL MEDIEVAL

Very small Late Saxon to post-medieval deep plano-convex lead spindle whorl. Diameter 19.8mm, thickness 4.3mm, hole diameter 7.3mm, weight 10.24g. 11th - 16th century.

SF-89C1F1 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy contemporary copy of a Roman radiate (Barbarous radiate), copying a coin of an unclear ruler dating to AD 275-285 (Reece Period 14). Copying an unclear reverse type depicting a standing figure.

NMS-899DE1 COIN ROMAN

Irregular copper alloy nummus, House of Constantine, reverse GLORIA EXERCITVS 2 standard type, mintmark & further details illegible, c.AD330-48

NMS-89950A COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus, House of Valentinian, reverse GLORIA ROMANORVM type, mintmark & further details illegible, AD364-78

NMS-898895 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy radiate of Claudius II, Rome, reverse [...]VS AVG, standing figure, further details illegible, AD268-70

NMS-895A9A COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy Q-radiate (quinarius) of Allectus, 'C' Mint, obverse IMP C ALLECTVS P F AVG, radiate, cuirassed bust right, reverse LAETITIA AVG, Galley, mintmark QC, AD293-6

SF-893F7B COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman radiate or nummus of an unclear emperor, dating to AD 260-402. Reverse type unclear. Mint unclear. Heavily worn.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-79ADCB BROOCH EARLY MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy early Saxon small long brooch fragment. The fragment consists of the headplate and the upper part of the bow. The headplate has material eroded from the end and both sides. It is inset with a bordered square panel decorated with triangular stamps; the asymmetrical arrangement of which suggests that the design may be representational, although it is not clear what may be represented. The reverse of the headplate has the remnant of a single spring lug surrounded by iron corrosion product. D-section narrowing bow. Early Saxon date circa AD480-520.

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F038311

Dernau ; CIL: 13, 07782; Zeichnung; 13, 07783; Zeichnung.; other literature: P. Joerres, BJ 82, 1886, 91-92, Nr. 7; Zeichnungen; F. Feraudi-Gruénais, Tyche 33, 2018, 251-253, Nr. 75 (Adn. Tyche 75).

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B006724

Nesselhauf, H.: Neue Inschriften aus dem römischen Germanien und den angrenzenden Gebieten.

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F007030

Mechernich, Hostel ; AE: 1941, 0022; other literature: H. Nesselhauf - H. Lieb, BRGK 40, 1959, 192, Nr. 186.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD080351 (Germania superior)

[D(is)] M(anibus) / L(uci) Cr[ass]ici Cor/bulon[i]s IIIIIIvir(i) / Augg(ustalium) P[u]bli Prim/us et Seccalus / fili(i) e[i]us ponen/du[m c]uraver/[u]nt

HD080350 (Germania superior)

D(is) [M(anibus)] / Pardu[liani] / Ripari f[ilii] / q(ui) v(ixit) ann(os) X[---] / Qu(i)eta mate[r et] / Principalis fr[a]/ter et pater s(upra) s(criptus) / f(aciendum) c(uraverunt)

HD080349 (Germania superior)

$] /VIMAIC[---] / de re publ(ica) re[sti]/tuer(unt) et aram de suo [f(ecerunt)] / d(onum) d(ederunt)

HD080348 (Germania superior)

Mercur(io) Aug(usto) Valer(ius) Hispa/nus IIIIIIvir Aug(ustalis) Lugud(uni) / exs(!) voto

HD080347 (Germania superior)

Deciman(us?) / Iovi / vot(o)

HD080346 (Germania superior)

Geni[o p]ublic(o) / in honorem / dom(us) divin(ae) / aram cum si/gn(o) Suecconi(us) / Demecenus / de suo posu[it] / Imp(eratore) d(omino) n(ostro) Anto[n(ino) II] / et Sacerdot[e II] / co(n)s(ulibus)

HD080345 (Germania superior)

In honor(em) dom(us) / divin(ae) Apollini / Aug(usto) T(itus) Cr(assicius?) Pattu/sius templum / d(e) s(uo) d(onum) dedit

HD079783 (Germania inferior)

[---]I(?)iano / [---]us / [&

HD079499 (Germania superior)

Laribus Augustis / [M(arcus) Va]lerius M(arci) l(ibertus) Zethus L(ucius) Marius L(uci) l(ibertus) Privatus / [Q(uintus) Q(uintus)] Vassi Q(uinti) l(iberti) Zethus et Clarus / d(e) s(uo) f(ecerunt)

HD078571 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Elvissius / Capito / civ<i>s Trever / h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit) / h(ic) s(itus) e(st)

HD078356 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / M(arcus) Verecundia/nius Victor Ve/recundo Men/[-]i filio patri ca/{ca}rissimo

HD077509 (Germania inferior)

C(aio) Iulio / Peregrino / [---]I(?)[& // $]I(?)L(?)I(?)[---] / sibi / Primia / Camul[a] / coniugi

HD076500 (Germania inferior)

$] / [---]CHR[---] / [--- ca]rissi[m---] / [&?

HD076480 (Germania inferior)

$] / [secu]ndu[m volun]/[tat]em test[amenti] / [ei]us faciun[ndum] / curav[it]

HD076453 (Germania inferior)

$] / [---]rito obi/to fecit

HD076308 (Germania inferior)

[D(is)](?) // [M(anibus)](?) // [---]licus / [--- ami]cis(?) suis

HD076229 (Germania inferior)

Candido / Procul(us) / Marci [f(ilius)] / perfic[iend(um)] / [cu]rav[it]

HD076212 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Victor[iae] / Lupul[ae] / conii[ugi!] / [&

HD076147 (Germania inferior)

[D(is)] M(anibus) / [Proc]uleiae / [Pro]culae et / [P]roculei[ae] / [&

HD076130 (Germania inferior)

T(itus) Sentius Ursio et / [I]ustiniae Villanae / [c]oniugi optimae / [&

HD075986 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Caratacus / Caranti cive(s) / [&

HD075970 (Germania inferior)

$] / [---]vius / [---]THABE /[--- Au]reliae / [&

HD075746 (Germania inferior)

$] Au[gust---] / [&

HD075685 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) [M(aximo)] // et Iunoni / Reginae / Veccinius / Similis et / Superini/a Decumil/la v(otum) s(olverunt) l(ibentes) l(aeti) m(erito)

HD075508 (Germania inferior)

$] / [---]GA[---] / [Falcon]e et Cl[aro co(n)s(ulibus)?]

HD075349 (Germania inferior)

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

HD072690 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / [F]lor[e]n/tina vix(it) / ann(os) T[i(berius)] / Sanctius / Ingens / coniux / f(aciendum) [c(uravit)]

HD069188 (Britannia)

Leg(io) V(i)/ctr(ix) // M(arcus) Ap(---) / VI

HD069187 (Britannia)

To(u)t(ati)

HD069186 (Britannia)

[---]ia / [ven]iat

HD069184 (Britannia)

To(u)t(ati)

HD069183 (Britannia)

To(u)t(ati)

HD069182 (Britannia)

To(u)t(ati)

HD069181 (Britannia)

To(u)t(ati)

HD069179 (Britannia)

To(u)t(ati)

HD069147 (Britannia)

To(u)t(ati)

HD069141 (Britannia)

To(u)t(ati)

HD069130 (Britannia)

To(u)t(ati)

HD069120 (Britannia)

To(u)t(ati)

HD064082 (Dalmatia)

[I(ovi)] O(ptimo) M(aximo) s(acrum)

HD022074 (Germania inferior)

Ti(berio) Cl[audio] Drusi / f(ilio) C[aes(ari) Aug(usto) Germ(anico)] ponti/[f(ici) / max(imo) tr(ibunicia) p(otestate) XIIII co(n)s(ul) V i]mp(eratori) XXVII / [p(atri) p(atriae) A(ulo) Pompeio Pauli]no leg(ato) / [Aug(usti) pr(o) pr(aetore) ---] leg(ato) Aug(usti) // [leg(ionis) I]

HD005770 (Germania inferior)

De//ae / S(?)eneucaeg(a)e / [---]finus P(ubli) f(ilius) tribun(us) / [le]g(ionis) XXX U(lpiae) v(ictricis) Severian(a)e / [[Alexandrian(a)e]] / [ar]am cum (a)ede sua a so/[lo] fecit v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito) Imp(eratore) / [d(omino) n(ostro)] Severo [[Alexandro]] / [[co(n)s(ule)]]

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B000386

Eck, W.: Zu Inschriften römischer Statthalter in Germanien.

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Aqua Antoniniana

The Aqua Antoniniana was a branch of the Aqua Marcia that carried water to the Baths of Caracalla.

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Stuberra

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 49 D2 Stuberra

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-770AEA FINGER RING EARLY MEDIEVAL

Late Saxon copper alloy finger ring of circular cross-section with pointed, overlapping terminals, one missing. The surfaces are badly pockmarked. External diameter 25mm. Maximum diameter of hoop 4mm. Weight 5.5g. This type was widespread in East Anglia (Goodall, A.R. in Rogerson and Dallas 1984, 69, fig. 110, nos. 17-22). 10th - mid 11th century.

NMS-768FB1 RIVET MEDIEVAL

Four sheet copper alloy rivets, c.1300 - c.1700:- three "paper-clip" rivets, 12.5 x 9mm, 15.5 x 11.5mm and 23 x 12.5mm. Such objects were most commonly used for the repair of metal vessels. Most are likely to date to the medieval or post-medieval period, but some are earlier, such as examples from Late Saxon contexts at Flixborough (Rogers, N. in Evans and Loveluck 2009, 115-7).- unused rivet or nail of rolled sheet, length 29.5mm, head diameter c.9mm.

NMS-765E2F BUTTON MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy button, a white-metal coated, solid, bi-convex head and incomplete embedded wire loop. A large example, diameter 11.5mm. Thickness of head 7mm. c.1230 - c.1450.

NMS-75F9FC CANDLE SNUFFER POST MEDIEVAL

Side-plate and base-plate of a post-medieval copper alloy candle snuffer or wick trimmer, now separate but formerly held together by silvery solder. Decoration on the side-plate comprises engraved lines and punched dots and ring-and-dots and there is a single off-centre ring-and-dot on the base-plate. Many very similarly decorated examples have been recorded, e.g. HAMP-917D56, SOM-409575 and NMS-400F8A. Length 73.4mm. Mid 16th - mid 18th century.

NMS-75ADC3 VESSEL MEDIEVAL

Medieval to post-medieval probable vessel repair patch, an incomplete and slightly distorted D-shaped copper alloy sheet (one corner missing) with a centrally placed rolled copper alloy sheet rivet, eight similar rivets and one rivet hole unevenly spaced around the curved edge, and one similar rivet and two rivet holes along the straight edge. Most of the rivets are incomplete but they seem to have been set in an object c.2.5mm thick. Height and length of 'D' c.88 and 76mm. Perhaps 14th - 17th century.

WAW-752170 QUERN IRON AGE

Iron Age to Roman (possibly -200 to AD 400) quern fragment: The stone is sandstone with fine to medium sized inclusions which are rounded, brown, white and pink coloured. The base is sub-triangular with two-thirds of the edges being broken, the remaining third appears to be a the original edge which has a steep, slightly angled side. The centre corner of the quernstone is concave vertically which was originally the central funnel of the quern. The base is worn, slightly concave and smooth. In section the quern is a quarter-circle.It measures 128.37mm long, 112.24mm wide across the smooth side face and 121.90mm thick. It weighs 2565g.The quern is possibly Iron Age or Roman date.

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WAW-75062A QUERN IRON AGE

Iron Age to Roman (possibly -200 to AD 400) probable quern fragment: The stone is sandstone with fine to medium sized inclusions which are rounded, brown, white and pink coloured. The base is an irregular shape with broken and abraded edges, although one edge has the original edge which tapers to a curved edge. The base is worn flat and smooth. In section the quern is a sub D-shaped with the upper edge being slightly domed. The remaining surface of the possible quern is rough.It measures 120.36mm long, 118.73mm wide across the smooth side face and 47.27mm thick. It weighs 782g.The quern is possibly Iron Age or Roman date.

NMS-757543 BOOK FITTING POST MEDIEVAL

Two incomplete post-medieval sheet copper alloy hooked book clasps, Howsam 2016 Type A.3, 16th century:- distorted, parallel-sided but narrowing towards missing terminal, two opposed V-shaped edge notches near an off-centrally placed rivet hole, transverse row of rocker-arm engraving near hook, two stamped impressions, some overlapping, acorns and pointed ovals stamped with pelleted borders. Extant length c.38mm, width 20.7mm, width of hook 13.3mm.- parallel-sided, incomplete fishtail terminal with two V-shaped notches near aniron-filled rivet hole, overall stamped motif including curving lines and tenrils. Length c.51mm, width 12.6mm, estimated width of terminal 20mm, width of hook 5.5mm.

WAW-74E841 QUERN IRON AGE

Iron Age to Roman (possibly -200 to AD 400) probable quern fragment: The stone is sandstone with fine to medium sized inclusions which are rounded, white and pink coloured. The base is a sub-rectagnular with broken and abraded edges. The base is worn flat and smooth. In section the quern is a sub rectangle with the upper edge being slightly domed. On side face is also worn quite smooth, but has fine linear striations. This face is forms a right-angled to the base. The remaining surface of the possible quern is rough.It measures 119.28mm long, 104.42mm wide across the smooth side face and 63.29mm thick. It weighs 1182g.The quern is possibly Iron Age or Roman date. The smooth base suggests it was a quern.

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NMS-751D07 HARNESS MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

Two post-medieval copper alloy harness mounts, both with a pair of integral attachment spikes on the reverse, 17th century:- with incomplete round-sectioned spikes, similar to Read 2016 no. 292 but smaller, length and width 23.9 and 8mm.- with stumps of oval-sectioned spikes, similar to ibid. no. 317 but without decoration, length and width 38 and 10.4mm.

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Derriopos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 49 D2 Derriopos

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Bryanion

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 49 D2 Bryanion

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NMS-74F8DC SWORD BELT POST MEDIEVAL

Incomplete post-medieval copper alloy sword belt or harness fitting, the upper, hooked part of a blunt-hooked openwork object with one rivet hole, and broken across the top of a trefoil aperture. Close to Read 2016 no. 356. The hook is engaged with a looped fragment which is clearly part of a mount very similar to that linked to another very similar example (Read 2008 no. 802). Extant length (excluding linked fragment) and width 31.8 and 12.5mm. Mid 16th - 17th century.

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Perseis

Now unlocated, Perseis was a city founded by Philip V of Macedon ca. 168 B.C. that he named for his son, Perseus.

Alkomena

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 49 D2 Alkomena

Axios (river)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 50 A1 Axios fl.

Erigon (river)

The Erigon is the largest tributary of the Axius river in Macedonia.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-74C60F COIN ROMAN

Irregular copper alloy nummus, House of Constantine, reverse FEL TEMP REPARATIO falling horseman type derivative, mintmark and further details illegible, 11mm, c.AD353-64

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-74B946 SWORD BELT POST MEDIEVAL

Incomplete post-medieval copper alloy hooked sword belt mount with two iron-filled rivet holes. The tip of the hook is missing. An early 17th-century type (Scott, I. in Biddle et al. 2001, 205, fig. 5.6. no. 159). As Margeson 1993, nos. 257-8 and de Reuck 1991, 41, right-hand row, seventh and eight from top. Extant length / height 27.5mm. Width 12mm. c.1600 - c.1650.

NMS-74B0FB COIN ROMAN

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

NMS-7497C6 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of Gratian Arles, reverse GLORIA NOVI SAECVLI type, mintmark and further details illegible, AD367-75

NMS-74869A COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus, House of Valentinian, reverse SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE, mintmark and further details illegible, AD364-78

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Terpyllos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 50 unlocated Terpyllos

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-74720D COIN ROMAN

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

NMS-7464D5 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus, House of Valentinian, reverse GLORIA ROMANORVM type, mintmark and further details illegible, AD364-78

NMS-745A7B COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy radiate or nummus, probably irregular, utterly illegible, 11.5mm, c.AD275-402

NMS-7455F3 BUTTON POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy button with a flat head and an integral drilled loop, the head decorated with punched sexfoil decoration similar to Read 2005 nos. 120-1. Diameter 15mm. Length 8.5mm. 17th century:

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Lipaxos

Now unlocated, Lipaxos was a town of Crusis in Macedonia that is mentioned only by Hecataeus and Herodotus.

Lete

Lete was a strategically located city of ancient Macedonia.

Bairos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 50 unlocated Bairos

Karrabia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 50 unlocated Karrabia

OSM Location of Turkdean Roman Villa

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Turkdean

Site of a major Roman villa complex in Gloucestershire, active from late second century CE until the end of the fourth century.

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Ancient History Encyclopedia

Foreign Influences & Imported Luxuries in Thrace

Defining Thracian art is a difficult task due to the fact that what we call today Thrace was never a single unified state but, rather, a collection of many independent communities (or tribes) who formed both alliances and rivalries with each other over time. These tribes, although collectively called ‘Thracians’ by the Greeks and Romans, never thought of themselves as a unified community...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LON-5EAE8A SPOON POST MEDIEVAL

A complete lead-alloy pewter spoon of trifid form, dating from AD 1673-1693. In the spoon bowl is a makers mark, of Samuel Quissen-Borough who was active in London between AD 1673-1693. The mark is in a heart shape. It has a central horizontal left facing key which is bisected vertically by a arrow with S Q in the top angles and 7 3 in bottom angles all with in a heart shaped pelleted boarder. On the trifid there are two stamped letters, P H probably the owners mark. The reverse of the handle and stem are undecorated, at the point that the stem meets the elongated bowl a broad 'rats tail' develops and is a half of the bowl in length. The spoon has had a repair where the bowl meets the stem, in the form of a rectangular patch attached to the reverse.Dimensions: length: 187.24mm; width of bowl: 46.85mm; weight: 53.28g.References: Michaelis R.F. 1950. Royal Portrait Spoons in Pewter A Mystery Unexplained. Apollo LI p.172-173

LON-6C8D34 JETTON MEDIEVAL

A Medieval copper-alloy English jetton of Edward II-Edward III, Class 15 dating to AD 1321-1343. Mernick series 2d.37 obverse and 2d.13 reverse. The jetton has a punch mark in their centre, which has pierced the flan.Obverse: Edward II-III bust in circle: border of alternating cinquefoils and pellets.Reverse: Long cross, three pellet clusters around a cinquefoil in each angle: border of alternating cinquefoils and pellets.Dimensions: diameter: 22.34mm; weight: 1.70g.Another Edward II-III, Class 15 jetton on the database are BH-974153.Mitchiner, M. 1988. The Medieval Period And Nuremberg, Jetons Medalets & Tokens, Volume 1. Seaby: London.

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HD080344 (Germania superior)

$] / Silva/ni(us?) Vic/torin(us) / v(ivus?) f(ecit?)

HD080343 (Germania superior)

Numini Augus/t[or]um / via [d]ucta per M(arcum) / Dunium Paternum / IIvir[u]m col(oniae) Helvet(iorum)

HD080342 (Germania superior)

[---]d(---) Melisso / [---] Caprasius / [---]cca filio

HD080340 (Germania superior)

Deae / Nariae / reg(io) Arure(nsis) / cur(ante) Feroc(e) l(iberto)

HD080339 (Germania superior)

Deae Artioni / Licinia Sabinilla

HD080336 (Germania superior)

Attilius / fecit // Cexa vicit

HD080335 (Germania inferior)

$] / ARAV[---] / AESA[---]

HD080334 (Germania inferior)

D(is?) [M(anibus)?] / C(aius) Us[---] / PLA[---] / TESS[&

HD080333 (Germania inferior)

$ Parthi?]ci / [--- A]ug(usto?) / [---]C(?)O / [&

HD080332 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Pomp(eiae) Hospitae / feminae sanc/tissimae quae / vixit ann(os) XXXII / Gemin(ius) Victul/lus coniug(i) in/compar(abili) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD080331 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Mati[di]ae Pu/[s]innae quae / vixit an(nos) XXV[-?] / Mat(idius) Pervinc/us pater f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD080318 (Germania superior)

Prosthasius fecit

HD080317 (Germania superior)

Pompeiano et / Avito consu/libus Kal(endis) / Aug(ustis)

HD080170 (Germania inferior)

$]O[---] / [---]IA[---] / [---]N[---] / [--- leg(ionis)] I M(inervia) [&

HD080090 (Germania superior)

Mercurio / Matutino / IV[--]ris / ex voto / [s(olvit)] l(ibens) m(erito)

HD078115 (Germania inferior)

Tetulo(!) Ursicin[i] / [&

HD076078 (Germania inferior)

Aniceto / P(ubli) Graecini / Albani ser(vo) / [&

HD075787 (Germania inferior)

[---]ER[---] / PI[---]io L(uci) Aemi/li [M]acrini / sacerdotis posuit

HD075507 (Germania inferior)

Valeriu/s Vari / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD075328 (Germania inferior)

[I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo)] / [Iunoni] / [Reg]inae / [et G(enio) l(oci)] s(acrum) C/[---]nius / [---]anus / [v(otum) s(olvit)] l(ibens) m(erito)

HD072689 (Germania superior)

Mercurio Aug(usto) / S(extus) V[---]anincanus / ex v[oto pe]cunia sua / [fec]it

HD072549 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Leontio / [i]nfanti / dulcissim[o] / u(nico?) f(ilio?) anni I / mensium VI / Regula ma/ter posuit / innocuo

HD067579 (Germania superior)

M(arco) Dunio [- f(ilio) Qui]rin[a Paterno ---] schol[am ---] / plurib[us --- impend]ium rei p[ublicae r]emi[serunt -] / Q(uintus) Iulius [---]US[---]PR(?)[---] / SC[---]

HD024537 (Germania inferior)

$] / [---]s / cum suis / l(ibens) m(erito) Maximo / [e]t Urbano / co(n)s(ulibus)

HD024418 (Germania inferior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / et Genio / loci T(itus) Bl/[&

HD024415 (Germania inferior)

Libero Patri et Herculi / M(arcus) Vannius Adiutor / dec(urio) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD023717 (Germania superior)

M(arcus) Fl(avius) Marc[ia]nu[s] / media[m aream] / et exedr[am] / tessella strav[it] / d(e) s(uo?) [p(osuit)?]

HD004927 (Germania superior)

In hon[orem do]mu[s] / divinae [---] / ex [s]tip[i]bus [---] / [re]gion[is] O[---] / [O]tacil(ius) Seccius II[vir ---]

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Arch of Hadrian at Athens

The Arch of Hadrian is a monument in the form of a Roman triumphal arch, constructed by the citizens of Athens in AD 131 or 132 to honor the Roman emperor Hadrian.

Tower of the Winds

Also known as the Horologion of Andronikos Kyrrhestes, the Tower of the Winds is an octagonal Pentelic marble clocktower located in the "Roman" Agora that functioned as a horologion.

OSM location of Tower of the Winds

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-6062B9 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy double-looped buckle frame, both loops oval, with a lobe at the ends of bar and a D-sectioned pin. Length 38.5mm. Width 26.8mm. 16th century.

NMS-602E36 BELL POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy crotal bell with a non-drilled loop, engraved gadroon ornament on both halves and a maker's mark AG within a double-line semi-circle next to the cleft. There was probably an iron pea, but both sound holes and much of the cleft are blocked with decayed iron. Height 42mm. Diameter 33mm. 17th - 18th century.

SF-5F53A7 JETTON MEDIEVAL

A copper-alloy Medieval French jetton of Charles VI (AD 1380-1422), dating to AD 1380-1422. Crown type.The edges of the jetton are heavily damaged; the front face has metal incrustations.Obv: Royal crown with a large central fleur de lis and two lateral lis, unclear ornamentations across the body; [...].Rev: Triple stranded straight cross fleuretty within a four-arched tressure; [...]Cf Mitchiner (1988, pp. 179-182)

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Conflict & Celts: The Creation of Ancient Galatia

Galatia was the most long-lasting and powerful Celtic settlement outside of Europe. It was the only kingdom of note to be forged during the Celtic invasions of the Mediterranean in the 4th and 3rd centuries BCE. From its foundation, Galatia was a formidable power in Asia Minor, capable of demanding tribute from powerful states like the Kingdom of Pergamon. [image:4455] Galatia was situated...

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HAMP-5E11B4 COIN ROMAN

A Roman nummus of the House of Valentinian, SECVRITAS REI PVBLICAE reverse type depicting Victory advancing left holding wreath and palm and dating to the period AD 364-78 (Reece period 19). Mint uncertain.

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NMS-5F27AE COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy radiate or nummus of uncertain emperor, illegible, possibly irregular, c.AD275-402

NMS-5F1566 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy as of Domitian, Rome, reverse female standing left, worn and further details illegible, AD81-96

ESS-5EEDAD TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Lead-alloy circular token with perforation, possibly used as a pendant or trade tag. One face has a slightly riased circular border and inside this a slightly raised bell shape. See also PUBLIC-A051A2Dimensions: weight: 11.27g, diameter: 27.8mm, thickness: 2.5mm, diameter of perforation: 2.3mm

NMS-5EF5DA COIN WEIGHT MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy coin weight for a half noble, circular and uniface, on one side a crowned lis, weight 3.34g, c.1421-71

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Old Winchester Hill

Old Winchester Hill is the site of both Bronze Age barrows and an Iron Age hill fort.

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ESS-5EBCA6 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Lead-alloy circular token or weight, likely of Post Medieval date. There appears to be a slightly raised 'E' initial on one face. The opposite face is blank. Dimensions: weight: 11.51g, diameter: 19.0mm, thickness: 4.5mm

BUC-5E5EAE COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver medieval half penny of Edward III (AD 1327 - 1377) dating to c. AD 1344-1351, florin coinage type 7. North 1991 volume II, page 48, number 1131.

BUC-5E33DA COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver medieval penny of Edward II (AD 1307-1327) dating to c. 1310-1314. Mint of Durham, class 11b 1. North 1991 volume II, page 36, number 1061/1.

BUC-5E08B3 COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver medieval coin, possibly of Edward III, dating to AD 1327 to 1489. Mint of Durham. The coin is very worn, and only a very small part of the obverse design remains.

NMS-5EA1B1 HARNESS MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval gilt copper alloy flat harness mount in abraded condition, sub-triangular or perhaps shield-shaped with a lobe at both ends and with the stumps of two integral round-sectioned attachment spikes on the reverse. Counter-relief decoration on the front face appears to have consisted of pellets in a sexfoil arrangement. Length 28mm. Extant width 11.8mm. 17th century.

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NMS-5E4F12 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy oval buckle frame with an offset, narrowed bar and a straight and thick outside edge constricted in the centre for a sheet roller (engraved with multiple longitudinal grooves and incomplete). The constriction, width 11mm, is not flanked by knops, the edge hardly protruding beyond the sides (unlike Egan and Pritchard 1991, nos. 288, 298 and 301). An off-central rectangular thickening on the outside of the bar which is coincident with a slighter depression on the inside may be the result of wear from the pin. Length 20.3mm. Width 23.5mm. 13th - 14th century

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NARC-5E2910 WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

A complete copper alloy Trade Weight of Post Medieval to Modern date (AD 1714-1820).The trade weight comprises a disc which has been ground down on one side leaving a rim around the edge. In the centre is a ring-and-dot used to hold the weight while it was being ground.There are four stamps in the depressed area (a) a crowned G for one of the King Georges set at 9 O'clock (b) the sword of St Paul for the City of London set at 1 O'clock (c) the letter A standing for the Averdepois system set at 3 O'clock and (d) an ewer for the Founders' Company of London set at 5 o'clock.On the reverse of the weight are concentric rings of varying widths and depthsDiameter: 19.98mm, Thickness: 3.23mm, Weight: 7.4gThe metal is mid-green in colour with a slightly pitted patina

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NARC-5E0E54 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A complete silver Groat of Mary (1553-1554). Long cross reverse over squared royal shield. Pomegranate privy mark. London mint.Diameter: 23.69mm, Thickness: 0.87mm, Weight: 2.9gThe coin is missing small portions of its outer flan.North Vol II, P 126, No 1960.

NMS-5E1321 VESSEL MEDIEVAL

Rim sherd of a medieval to post-medieval cast copper alloy cooking vessel with external sooting, poorly made, with most of the fracture cutting across voids within the thickness, some of which are also sooted. Diameter c.230mm. Weight 74.21g. 14th - 17th century.

NARC-5DF888 COIN MEDIEVAL

A complete silver Penny of Richard I (AD 1189-1199). Class 3. Short cross reverse with quatrefoil in each quadrant. Minted by Willelm in London. AD 1189-1194.Diameter: 19.57mm, Thickness: 1.06mm, Weight: 1.4gNorth Vol I, P 220, No 967

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NMS-5DE135 WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval discoidal lead weight, bent and somewhat abraded. Surface treatment in relief is partly visible: in the centre of one face E·N and of the other an octofoil formed from pellets, with x near the edge. To which system of weight this belongs is not known. Weight 16.35g / 252.4 grains. Diameter 23mm. Thickness 4.4mm. Mid 16th - 17th century.

NARC-5DE7F6 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy As of Uncertain Emperor (AD 41-250). Uncertain reverse. Uncertain mint.Diameter: 25.41mm, Thickness: 2.96mm, Weight: 9.4gThe outer flan of the coin is abraded.

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Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F038764

Noviomagus Treverorum / Neumagen ; CIL: 13, 04172a.

F038763

Noviomagus Treverorum / Neumagen ; CIL: 13, 04172a.

F038762

Noviomagus Treverorum / Neumagen ; CIL: 13, 04172c.

F038761

Noviomagus Treverorum / Neumagen ; other literature: F. Hettner, RhM 36, 1881, 441-442.

F038760

Noviomagus Treverorum / Neumagen ; other literature: F. Hettner, RhM 36, 1881, 441-442.

F038759

Belginum / Morbach ; AE: 1929, 0174; 1983, 0728.; other literature: H. Finke, BRGK 17, 1927, 79-80; Nr. 238; H. Cüppers, La civilisation romaine de la Moselle à la Sarre. Catalogue d'exposition, Musée du Luxembourg, Paris (Mainz 1983) 240-242; Foto; W. Binsfeld - K. Goethert-Polaschek - L. Schwinden, Katalog der römischen Steindenkmäler des Rheinischen Landesmuseums Trier. 1. Götter- und Weihedenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 4, 3 (Mainz 1988) 30, Nr. 46; Taf. 10, 46.

F038758

Beda / Bitburg ; AE: 1891, 0133.; CIL: 13, 04132.; other literature: ILS 5646; W. Binsfeld - K. Goethert-Polaschek - L. Schwinden, Katalog der römischen Steindenkmäler des Rheinischen Landesmuseums Trier. 1. Götter- und Weihedenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 4, 3 (Mainz 1988) 72-73, Nr. 126; Taf. 38, 126.

F038757

Beda / Bitburg ; other literature: H. Nesselhauf - H. Lieb, BRGK 40, 1959, 125-126, Nr. 8.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B003602

Schulz-Falkenthal, H.: Handwerkerkollegien und andere Berufsgenossenschaften in den römischen Rhein-Oberdonauprovinzen.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD080330 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Flaviae Pusinnae / uxori karissima[e] / ac pudicae piis/simae / quae vixit ann(is) XVIII / diebus IIII / Otacilius Thesaeus / perinde kariss(imus) marit(us) / f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD080329 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) // Camill(ius) Polynices / natione Lydus artis / aurifex corporis / [f]abr(um) tignuariorum / apud eosdem omnib(us) / [h]onoribus functus / [& // $] /us vixit ann(os) LX[---] / [e]t Camillio Paulo / [f]ilio eiusdem artis / [e]t corporis qui vixit / annos aetatis XXXIII

HD080328 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / [-?] Severi Com/mendati den/[d]rophor(i) Aug(ustia?) A/sinula coniux / f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD080327 (Germania superior)

Nariae / Nousan/tiae / T(itus) Frontin(ius) / Hibernus / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD080326 (Germania superior)

Marti / sacrum / T(itus) Frontinius / Genialis / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD080325 (Germania inferior)

$] / [C]laud(ius) Ve[---] / ex iussu ip[s---]

HD080324 (Germania inferior)

$] / [---]VS / [---]M / [---]EN / [---]nus / [v(otum)] s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD080323 (Germania inferior)

$] / T(itus?) C[---]/RIAC(?)[--- pro?] / s(?)e e[t? suis? ---?] / v(otum) s(olvit) [l(ibens) m(erito)]

HD080321 (Germania superior)

$]CAIO(?) Laelio(?) [&

HD080320 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / T(iti) Nigri / Saturnini / Saturninia / Gannica / liberta et / coniunx / f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD080319 (Germania superior)

$]AGM[---] / sac(erdos) Au[g(usti) ---] / matron[ae ---] / ALC[---] / ZV[&

HD080316 (Germania superior)

$?] / A[---] / [&

HD080315 (Germania inferior)

$ l]egi/[onis] I M(inerviae) / [v(otum) s(olvit)] l(ibens) m(erito)

HD080314 (Germania inferior)

$]/ [---]atern[us] / [mi]l<e>s leg(ionis) I M(inerviae) Anto/ninian(a)e v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD080313 (Germania inferior)

$] / co(n)s(ularis) civ[es? ---] / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito) SI(?)[---]

HD080122 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) Ulpius T[-]/gadanus sib[i] / et Ulpiae Ammila[e] / coniugi / [et Ulp]iae Amm[ilae] / [fi]liae / [f(aciendum)] c(uravit)

HD080119 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) Ingenuo / [---]si filio / [&

HD080118 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) Flavio Ingen/uo Iul(ia) Pattua / mater / [f(aciendum) c(uravit)]

HD080117 (Germania inferior)

[D(is) M(anibus) ---]/ae co(n)iu[gi ---] / Masucuae E(?)[---] / O(?)ITA[---] / [&?

HD080114 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Ulfeno / Amilonis filio / Amilo Viatoris / filo pientis(s)imo / f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD080113 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Mationi / Terti filio / marito dulcis(simo) / Ulpia Masuva / [f(aciendum)] c(uravit)

HD080112 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) Tertio / Uxsperi filio / et Iuliae Aivae / parentibus suis / Matio Terti / f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD080111 (Germania inferior)

[D(is)] M(anibus) / [U]lpio Iusto / Ulpia Musa / mater f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD080110 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Avvae / Samdi / Ulpius / Iustus / uxori / pientissim(a)e / f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD079864 (Germania superior)

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

HD067577 (Germania superior)

[In h]on[o]r[em domu]s div[inae ---] Otac[il]i[us ---] / [---]RD[---]CV[---] / MCON[---] faci[end]um cu[rav(---)]

HD050571 (Germania inferior)

$] / Messius / s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD025320 (Germania inferior)

[---? Li]cin[u?]s Dacraio/nis f(ilius) [Uru?]n(?)cis(?) cives(!) / Tribocus aeques(!) alae / [Fro]ntonianae an(n)o(rum) [L?] / st[ipe]ndi(orum) XXIV hic situs / est her(es) fu(nus) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD023653 (Germania inferior)

|(centuria) Q(uinti) Corne(li) / Iusti M(arci) / Sulpici

HD023308 (Germania inferior)

Decci(a)e Matern(a)e Decci / Fruendi quondam decurionis / c(oloniae) C(laudiae) A(rae) A(grippinensium) filiae Deccius Certilian/us frater et Iulia Vera neptia / eius h(e)r(edes) secundo(!) volumtatem(!) t(estamenti) f(aciendum) c(uraverunt)

HD023305 (Germania inferior)

Matronis / Mahlinehis / Viponi Vitalis / Lellua Candidus / Fervesa Quintus / l(ibentes) m(erito)

HD023302 (Germania inferior)

$] / V[e]ttius Rufi/nus |(centurio) leg(ionis) I M(inerviae) / [[p(iae) [f(idelis) C(ommodianae)]]] c[u]ram / agens strato/rum leg(ionum) I M(inerviae) et / XXX U(lpiae) v(ictricis) et pedi/tum singulari/um Alli Fusci // co(n)s(ularis)

HD018212 (Germania superior)

$?] / [------] / [------] / [---] redieri[nt ---] / [--- q]uae OXV[---]BROXV [---] / [---] debeto [---?] / [--- A]ussa(?) extra[& $]endis / [---]nt quique in / [---]nere et de nume/[ro? ---]torum / [---]que civit[a---] / [&

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