Potamos: Digital Antiquity Data

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July 27, 2017

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Olbia

Olbia was a large fortified settlement established by Massilia on the Mediterranean coast easter of the Rhône river at the end of the fourth century BC.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-A09D3B COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A worn and possibly clipped post-Medieval silver halfgroat of Charles I (1625-1649), minted at the Tower of London under the King. Group C. Initial marks: [ ]/plume above shield, 1630-1631 (North 1991: 161, ref: 2253).Obverse: [CARO]LVS.D.G.M.B. [F ET H] REX, Crowned bust facing left with II (mark of value) behind the head.Reverse: [IVST]ITIA THRON[VM FIRMAT] (Justice strengthens the throne), Oval garnished shield.Diameter: 16.0mm. Weight: 0.77g. DA=12:1.North, J. J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

LIN-A091E1 COIN MEDIEVAL

A late Medieval to early Post Medieval silver half real of Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain dating to the period AD 1474 - AD 1504. Uncertain mint. The coin is heavily worn and may have been clipped.The overall dimensions are as follows:18.99mm in diameter; 0.76mm in thickness; and 0.85g in weight.

IOW-9F90A3 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete and worn post-Medieval silver halfgroat of Elizabeth I (1558-1603), minted at London. Initial marks: [ ]/tun: 1591/2-1594 (North 1991: 137, ref: 2016).Obverse: [E] D G ROSA SINE SPINA (A rose without thorns), Crowned bust facing left with two pellets (mark of value) behind the head.Reverse: CIVI/[TAS/LON]/DO[N], Square shield on long cross fourchée dividing the inscription.Diameter: 16.4mm. Weight: 0.63g. DA=12:7.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

LIN-9E2848 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A Post Medieval silver halfgroat of Elizabeth I (AD 1558-1603). Third coinage (North 2016). Initial mark: crescent, dating to AD 1587-90. Mint of London. North (1991: 137)Overall dimensions are as follows: 15.79mm in diameter, 0.72mm in thickness and 0.92g in weight.

LIN-9E7A88 COIN MEDIEVAL

A Medieval silver farthing of Edward I (AD 1272-1307). Long cross Class 4 (North 1054/1) dating to AD 1282-89. London mint. North (1991: 33).Overall dimensions are as follows: 12.64mm in diameter, 0.69mm in thickness and 0.41g in weight.

LIN-9FCFCE COIN MEDIEVAL

A Medieval silver penny of Henry III (AD 1216-1272). Long cross (North 983-999) dated to AD 1247-1272. Mint unknown. Penny is very worn and has been clipped. North (1994: 225-227). Overall dimensions are as follows: 13.18mm in diameter, 0.5mm in thickness and 0.38g in weight.

NMS-9FE71E COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy as of Antoninus Pius, Rome, reverse BRITANNIA COS IIII type, worn, AD154-5

NMS-9F6586 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy radiate of Tetricus II, reverse probably prince standing left, further details illegible, AD273-4

NMS-9F50C2 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of uncertain Tetrarch, perhaps Maximinus II, probably London, reverse GENIO POP ROM type, mintmark and further details illegible, c.AD315-7

NMS-9F3A08 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus, House of Constantine, Lyons (on style), CONSTANTINOPOLIS Victory on prow type, mintmark illegible, AD330-5

NMS-9F3201 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus, House of Constantine, Trier, VRBS ROMA Wolf and twins type, mintmark [bramch]//[...], LRBC I, 85, AD330-5

NMS-9F285C COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of Constans, Arles, reverse VICTORIAE D D AVGG Q N N type, mintmark G//SARL, LRBC I, 442, 341-8

PUBLIC-9DCC73 COIN ROMAN

Irregular copper alloy nummus of House of Constantine, reverse GLORIA EXERCITVS type two standard, further details illegible. 12.5mm diameter, 0.60g, c.AD330-48.

NMS-9F18EB COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummi (2) of Theodora, Trier, reverse PIETAS ROMANA type, mintmark and further details illegible, AD337-41

LVPL-9F0C0C COIN ROMAN

A worn copper alloy probable nummus or radiate of Roman date, ruler unknown. Reverse: worn. AD260-402.

NMS-9F0CAE COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of Gratian, Arles, reverse GLORIA NOVI SAECVLI type, mintmark TCON, AD367-75

PUBLIC-9DBD29 COIN ROMAN

Two irregular copper alloy nummi of House of Constantine, reverse GLORIA EXERCITVS type one standard, further details illegible. 9.5mm diameter, 0.45g, 9mm diameter, 0.33g c.AD335-48.

PUBLIC-9DC59E COIN ROMAN

Irregular copper alloy nummus of Constantine I, reverse GLORIA EXERCITVS type two standard, further details illegible. 12mm diameter, 0.95g, c.AD330-48.

PUBLIC-9DCF4F COIN ROMAN

Irregular copper alloy nummus of House of Constantine, reverse GLORIA EXERCITVS type two standard, further details illegible. 13mm diameter, 0.84g, c.AD330-48.

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Kamyana Mohyla

A stone barrow site near the Molochna River comprising over 50 grottoes and caves, many containing petroglyphs dating from the Mesolithic age through the second millennium BCE, with additional graffiti dated as late as the twelfth century CE.

OSM location of Kamyana Mohyla

Polygon representing the location of the Kamyana Mohyla site, derived from an Open Street Map Way.

Gerros (river)

The Molochna River is a river of south Ukraine that flows from Zaporizhia Oblast, Ukraine, to the Azov Sea.

OSM location of main stream of Molochna (river)

Representative location of the modern river channel based on OpenStreetMap.

OSM location of Molochna River

Location based on OpenStreetMap

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LVPL-9DF3C5 MUSKET BALL POST MEDIEVAL

A large lead alloy shot or weight probably dating to the post-medieval period. The object is spherical with an uneven surface. One face has been flatted possibly indicating where it has impacted against another object. The object has a light brown patina.Dimensions: 24mm in diameter, 51.2g

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Eunuchs in Ancient China

Eunuchs were powerful political players in ancient Chinese government. Originating as trusted slaves in the royal household they were ambitious to use their favoured position to gain political power. Advising the emperor from within the palace and blocking the access of officials to their ruler, the eunuchs were eventually able to acquire noble titles themselves, form a bureaucracy to rival the state’s...

July 26, 2017

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SF-91B6AA FLAKE NEOLITHIC

An incomplete struck flint flake of probable Neolithic or Bronze Age date, c. 4000-1500 BC. It is broadly rectangular in plan, with a plain platform and prominent bulb of percussion on its ventral face denoting hard-hammer removal. The flake is short and squat, having been struck into a concavity within the original core and subsequently terminating in a step fracture. There is a single large flake negative on its upper surface. Preserved in fresh condition with a slight bluish grey patina, it survives to a length of 20.24mm, 28.13mm wide, and 6.83mm thick at its midpoint. It weighs 5.5g.

SF-9188DB COIN ROMAN

A very worn copper-alloy contemporary copy of a nummus struck for the House of Constantine, dating to c. AD 355-361. Reece period 18, local unofficial mint. Reverse: copying FEL TEMP REPARATIO, heavily stylised Roman soldier advancing left spearing fallen horseman.

SF-917BF2 COIN ROMAN

A very worn copper-alloy radiate struck for uncertain emperor, dating to c. AD 260-296. Reece period and mint uncertain. Reverse: completely illegible.

SF-911991 COIN ROMAN

An extremely corroded and worn sestertius struck for Trajan, dating to c. AD 98-117. Reece period 5, mint of Rome. Reverse: illegible, worn flat. This coin is attributable to Trajan due to the preservation of its bust.

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BERK-8B9FF3 COIN ROMAN

A worn copper alloy Roman nummus (AE3) of Gratian, dating to the period AD 367-375 (Reece Period 19). GLORIA ROMANORVM reverse type, mint if Siscia. RIC IX Siscia 14c (mint mark type 35).

BERK-8B7A6A COIN ROMAN

Two worn copper alloy Roman nummi (AE3s) of Valens, dating to the period AD 364-378. (Reece Period 19). GLORIA ROMANORVM reverse type, uncertain mints.

BERK-8B6C1E COIN ROMAN

A complete but worn copper alloy Roman nummus (AE3) of Valens, dating to the period AD 367-379. (Reece Period 19). GLORIA ROMANORVM reverse type, mint of Arles.

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BERK-8AFF31 COIN ROMAN

Two complete but worn copper alloy Roman nummi (AE3s) from the House of Valentinian, dating to the period AD 364-378 (Reece Period 19). GLORIA ROMANORVM reverse type, uncertain mint or ruler.

DEV-8AF9E5 JEWS HARP POST MEDIEVAL

A Post-Medieval copper alloy Jews' harp, probably dating to c. AD 1500-1800. In plan the head of the inrument forms an unclosed circle, with two parallel, tapering arms extending outwards form either side of the gap. Both the arms and head are lozenge shaped in cross section. Traces of iron corossion from a now missing iron tongue survive on the side opposite the arms.Dimensions: length 50.9mm; width 22.6mm; thickness 5.2mm; weight 9.31g.Although earlier examples of Jews' harps do occur (see, for example, medieval Jews' harps published by Egan, 1998: 285), the extremely regular proportions of this example would rather suggest a Post-Medieval date. Compare, for example: IOW-0329B3 and IOW-2527AB, amongst others.

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Overlooked Athens: 5 Ancient Sites

For centuries, the Parthenon has been Athens’ biggest tourist magnet. Pausanias gushed over it in the 2nd century CE, Elgin coveted it, Byron mourned for it, and countless tour groups and camera-toting enthusiasts swarm over it today. But stunning as it undoubtedly is, there are other sites dotted around the city which almost no one takes the time to visit. Un-ticketed and largely deserted, these...

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NMS-8AD68E KNIFE POST MEDIEVAL

Incomplete medieval to post medieval iron and copper alloy knife dating to the period c. AD 1450 - 1750. It consists of a fragment of the iron tang which has been sheathed in sheet copper alloy. There is a large crack running down one side. Due to the fragmentary nature of this artefact, it has not been possible to assing a narrow date range.

HAMP-8A6C98 COIN ROMAN

A worn copper-alloy Roman nummus of Constantius I (AD 293-306) as Caesar (AD 293-305), dating to the period AD 294-305 (Reece period 15). Probably a GENIO POPVLI ROMANI reverse type depicting Genius standing left holding patera and cornucopia. Uncdertain mint.

DEV-8A736C COIN MEDIEVAL

A Post-Medieval silver groat of Henry VII (AD 1485-1509), dating to AD 1507-1509. Profile Issue, Pheon initial mark. Mint of London. North (1991: 104) no. 1747.

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BM-8A859D COIN ROMAN

A very worn copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, contemporary copy, probably dating to the period AD 355-361 (Reece period 18). Possibly a [FEL TEMP-REPARATIO] reverse type depicting a Soldier spearing a fallen horseman?

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BM-8A60F6 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of Valentinian I (AD 364-375), dating to the period AD 367-375 (Reece period 19). GLORIA RO-[MANORVM] reverse type depicting the Emperor standing right holding standard and dragging captive. Mint of Lyon. As LRBC, p. 52, no. 338.

NMS-8A5B60 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver groat of Henry VI, rosette-mascle issue of Calais, North 1446, little wear, 1427-30

BM-8A4FB2 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of Constantius II (AD 323-361), dating to the period AD 347-348 (Reece period 17). VICTORIAE DD AVGGQ NN reverse type depicting Two Victories standing facingone another holding wreaths. Mint of Trier.

NMS-8A4B4A COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver halfgroat of Edward III, Pre-Treaty Series C, London, North 1148, very heavily worn and corroded, 1351-2

NMS-8A3B34 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Edward I, class 10cf3, Bury, North 1042, very well worn, 1307-9

DEV-8A2B47 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy Sestertius, Dupondius or As, dating to c. AD 1-250. Uncertain reverse type and mint.

NMS-8A1C95 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver cut farthing of Richard I, short cross, probably class 2-3, uncertain mint {...]ON.C or E, worn, c.1189-1200

DEV-8A068F SPINDLE WHORL MEDIEVAL

A Medieval to Post Medieval Lead spindle whorl, probably dating to c. AD 1100-1700. The whorl is undecorated, circular in plan and sub-rectangular in cross-section, with a large central circular aperture which is connical in cross section, 9.8mm in diameter at one face and 11.2mm at the other.Dimensions: diameter 26.4mm; thickness 13.0mm; weight 51.68g.Simple spindle whorls were cast in lead from the Roman period onwards, although most will be Medieval to Post-Medieval in date.

KENT-89FF98 DEBITAGE UNKNOWN

A single flint wast flake (debitage) of uncertain age.Description: The flake is a pointed oval shape with extensive conchoidal rippling and pronounced bulb of percussion indicating production via hard hammer technology.Measurements: 24.21mm long, 13.89mm wide, 5.71mm thick and 1.44g in weight.

NMS-89CB46 JETTON POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy jetton, small Nuremberg rose orb type of Hans Krauwinckel II, Mitchiner 1535 (same dies), narrow 3mm slot punched through flan near centre, 1586-1635

NMS-89B911 JETTON POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy jetton, anonymous Nuremberg rose orb type with garbled legends, diameter 22mm. c.1550-84

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53 verses indexed by acm
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Ancient History Encyclopedia

Senusret III

Senusret III (c. 1878-1860 BCE, also known as Senwosret III, Sesostris III) was the 5th king of the 12th Dynasty of the Middle Kingdom of Egypt (2040-1782 BCE). His reign is often considered the height of the Middle Kingdom which was the Golden Age in Egypt’s history in so far as art, literature, architecture, science, and other cultural aspects reached an unprecedented level of refinement, the economy...

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1579 (31579)

9 verses indexed by nicsel

0136 (+0137) (20136)

1 feature annotated by amele

2575 (32575)

152 verses indexed by bruce
57 features annotated by bruce

357 (30357)

126 verses indexed by bruce
59 features annotated by bruce

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HD075103 (Germania inferior)

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

HD075087 (Germania inferior)

$] / Ani(ensi) Verecun[d(us)] / domo Vercel[l(is)] / [s]ig(nifer) et veter(anus) le[g(ionis)] / XXI rap(acis) h(eres) f(ilius?) p(onendum) c(uravit) // O(pto) s(it) t(ibi) t(erra) l(evis)

HD072558 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) // et perpetuae secu/ritati Iuliae q(uondam) Lu/pulae et C(aio) Ruti/lio Primo filio ei/iusdem(!) sc(h)olas[ti]/tico sanct[o pro] / [me]ritis C[---]/ [&

HD069112 (Germania inferior)

C(aius) Iulius Adv[enti f(ilius) Clau(dia)?] / Verecundu[s C(aio) Iulio C(ai) f(ilio)] / Lardario et I[uliae ---] / f(iliae) Tattae uxor[i eius f(aciendum) c(uravit) posuit] / o(pto) s(it) t(ibi) t(erra) l(evis)

HD062234 (Raetia)

In // Α // PX(Christo) // Ω // b(ene?) m(erenti?) / Sarmannan(a)e(?) / quiescenti in pace / martiribus(!) sociata{e}

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(?) [---] / [&

HD052953 (Raetia)

M(?) AL TRCC(?) // Epo/nae

HD052952 (Raetia)

M(?) AL TRCC(?) // Epo/nae

HD052951 (Raetia)

M AL ET RCC // Marcell(i)ni

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F037630

Roma? / Roma? ; CIL: 06, 10166.; other literature: P. Sabbatini Tumolesi, Epigrafia anfiteatrale dell'Occidente romano I. Roma (Roma 1988) 37-38, Nr. 29; tav. 10, 2; ILS 5154.

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HD052950 (Raetia)

T(urmae) Sil(vani?) Saltuini // T(urmae) Gem(elli?) Iu{i}stini

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HD052949 (Raetia)

T(urmae) Vin(dicis?) Firmi // Augustionis fi(li) // [---]tio / [---]SV // XV

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F037628

Pitinum Mergens / Acqualagna ; CIL: 11, 05973.

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F037627

Pitinum Mergens / Acqualagna ; CIL: 11, 05973.

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F037626

Roma / Roma ; AE: 1901, 0082.; CIL: 06, 37128.

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HD024723 (Raetia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / diis d/eabus/q(ue) omnib(us) / Iul(ius) Sal/utaris (h)a/rusp(ex) et Iul(ia) / Iustina co/niux

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F037625

Roma / Roma ; other literature: ICUR 5, 13100.

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HD008200 (Raetia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Claudi Seneciani qui vi/xit annos XXXX Silvania / Procella coniugi carissim(o) / s(epulchrum?) c(uravit?) b(ene?)

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F028437

Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium / Köln ; CIL: 13, 08267 a.

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HD002195 (Raetia)

[Imp(erator) Caes(ar)] M(arcus) Au[r(elius)] / [Severus Antoninus] / [Pius Aug(ustus) Britannicus] / [max(imus) Pa]r[t]h[icus max(imus)] / [pont(ifex) max(imus)] tr[i]b(unicia) [pot(estate) XV] imp(erator) / [III co(n)s(ul) de]signatus IIII / [vias et] pontes dedit / [a P]hoebian(is) / [m(ilia)] p(assuum) III

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F020632

Aquae Granni / Aachen ; AE: 1977, 0545.; other literature: M. Clauss, in: EpStud 11 (Köln 1976) 4, Nr. 3; Taf. 2,2.

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HD002138 (Raetia)

[I]mp(erator) Caes(ar) M(arcus) Aur(elius) / [Se]verus Antoninus / [Piu]s Aug(ustus) Britannicus / [max(imus)] Parthicus max(imus) / [po]ntif(ex) max(imus) trib(unicia) p(otestate) XV / [im]p(erator) III co(n)s(ul) design(atus) IIII / [via]s et pontes dedit / a Phoebianis m(ilia) p(assuum) / IIII

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F013017

Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium / Köln ; CIL: 13, 08267 b.

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HD001818 (Raetia)

D(is) M(anibus) / P(ublio) Tenatio Ess/imno negot/ianti vinar/iario domo / Iulia Triden/tum @(obito) anno(rum) LVII / P(ublius) Tenatius Pater/nus patri / pientissimo / fecit

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B013191

Kellner, J.-J. - Zahlhaas, G.: Der römische Tempelschatz von Weißenburg i. Bay.

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F005935

Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium / Köln ; CIL: 13, 08267 a.

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HD001306 (Raetia)

Fl(avius) / Eu/dia/prac/tus // Isi/di / reg(inae) // ex / vo/to // s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B011535

Bricault, L.: Recueil des inscriptions concernant les cultes Isiaques (RICIS).

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F004611

Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium / Köln ; AE: 2009, 0917.; CIL: 13, 08390.; other literature: W. Oenbrink, KJ 42, 2009, 561. 581, Nr. 6; Abb. 21; B. Galsterer - H. Galsterer, Die römischen Steininschriften aus Köln (2. Aufl. Köln 2010) 405-406, Nr. 504; Foto.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD000231 (Raetia)

[I]mp(eratori) Caes(ari) [[M(arco) A[u]r(elio) [Co]mmod[o]]] / Antonino Aug(usto) Ger(manico) Sar(matico) maxim(o) / trib(unicia) po[t(estate)] co(n)s(uli) III p(atri) p(atriae) kastel(li) Sablonet(i) mu/rum(!) cum portis lapidi(bus) substitu/tum(!) iussu Q(uinti) Spici Cerialis leg(ati) Aug(usti) / pro pr(aetore) M[a]mertino et Rufo co(n)s(ulibus) pe/r singulares pedites cura(m) agente / Aur(elio) Argivo c(enturione) leg(ionis) III Ital(icae)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B001468

Walser, G.: Römische Inschriften in der Schweiz.

July 25, 2017

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Chronique des fouilles en ligne / Archaeology in Greece Online

THASOS. - Aghios Antonios Potou- 2010

Un habitat du IIIe millénaire av. J.-C. a été fouillé en 2009-2010 par S. Papadopoulos au lieu-dit Aghios Antonios, près du village de Poto (fig. 1).
Neuf bâtiments avec des fondations en pierre et une élévation en briques, ainsi que des structures en argile à l’intérieur des maisons et dans les cours, ont été découverts. Ces maisons à pièce unique sont de plan rectangulaire à une abside. La première installation remonte au courant du IVe millénaire : des objets ont pu être datés par C14 au Néolithique Final, entre 3900 et 3600 av. J.-C.
La céramique locale des IIIe et IIe millénaires porte un décor incisé et imprimé, tandis que les tessons de céramique mycénienne et minyenne témoignent des contacts entre cet habitat et d’autres régions plus au Sud. Un trépied en terre cuite et décor incisé de motifs géométriques appartient également à l’âge du Bronze Moyen. 
La fouille a mis au jour une sépulture dans une fosse peu profonde ; le défunt était déposé en position fléchie et accompagné d’un vase.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

KENT-74C42F DAGGER MEDIEVAL

A very simple cast copper-alloy probable Late Medieval to Post-Medieval dagger guard or 'quillon'.Description: The sub-circular loop has thin straight sides, on one side of the loop is a thickened sub-rectangular protrusion. There is a central rectangular indentation on the loop face of the of the protrusion, likley for the blad tang. This central perforation is (84mm x 3.48mm). There are two knops on the outer edge of the body of the guard.Measurements: Loop - Length: 29.04mm, width: 26.13mm, side height: 3.68mm, side thickness: 1.61mm Length: 10.59mm, width: 20.40mm, thickness: 3.82mm. Weight: 6.16gDiscussion: The relatively thing size and unusally simple desing has cast some caution abou thte ID of this object, however it does fit the general form of a number 15th and 16th century quillons.

NLM-75546A TOBACCO PIPE POST MEDIEVAL

Pipe-clay tobacco pipe fragment. A bulbous elongated bowl with a slightly elongated rounded pedestal foot. The bowl is slighty narrowed towards the top. A wire drawn bore of diameter 3.4mm and the form both point to a 17th-century date. Suggested date: Post-Medieval, 1640-1660.Diameter: 19.7mm, Height (in use): 35.1mm, Thickness (wall of bowl): 5mm, Weight: 9.75gms

NLM-754809 BROOCH ROMAN

Copper alloy brooch. Hinged Colchester derivative brooch, Mackreth type CD H 5c. Plain tubular wings clenched behind are clasped by a humped bow of rounded section with a faint central longitudinal ridge. The bow tapers towards the foot, which is lost. Suggested date: Early Roman, 50-100.Length: 21.4mm, Width: 20.3mm, Thickness (crest of bow): 6.0mm, Weight: 3.84gms

NLM-7535CB COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy coin. Nummus of the House of Valentinian, Victory left issue of 364-378; chipped.Obverse description: Bust probably right.Reverse description: Victory advancing left with wreath and palm.Reverse inscription: [SECVRITAS REI PVBLICAE]Diameter: 15.6mm,Weight: 1.68gms, die axis: possibly 12

NLM-752785 WEIGHT MEDIEVAL

Lead probable weight. Cast conical weight with a central moulded aperture of diameter 7.1mm. Patinated, and dented and abraded. The form is typical of weights used with fishing lines to which a medieval date is conventionally ascribed. It is, however, accompanied by a pair of early medieval whorls, though these are in better condition and, given a loose provenance, cannot be firmly associated with this or even with each other. Suggested date: Medieval, 1200-1500.Diameter: 20.1mm, Thickness: 14.6mm, Weight: 23.07gms.

NLM-751DB4 SPINDLE WHORL EARLY MEDIEVAL

Lead spindle whorl. Cast cylindrical whorl with a central moulded aperture of diameter 8mm, with a slight lip on the upper side as cast, suggesting manufacture in an open mould, Walton Rogers form B; patinated. The aperture size suggests a Middle Saxon date. The mass may suggest a primary function plying a cord. Suggested date: Early Medieval, 750-850.Diameter: 30.8mm, Thickness: 11.2mm, Weight: 67.07gms

NLM-74FDD7 SPINDLE WHORL EARLY MEDIEVAL

Lead spindle whorl. Cast plano-convex whorl with a central moulded aperture of diameter 9.8mm, Walton Rogers form A1. Patinated. The ample aperture size suggests an Anglo-Scandinavian date. The mass tends to suggest a primary function spinning a yarn. Suggested date: Early Medieval, 850-950.Diameter: 27.9mm, Thickness: 9.5mm, Weight: 31.62gms

NLM-74E807 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver coin. Groat of Philip and Mary (1554-1558), chipped and robustly cleaned by the finder.Obverse description: Bust left.Obverse inscription: [--]ARIA'D.G.REX;Z.R[--]Reverse description: Shield of Arms, long cross.Reverse inscription: [---]OSDiameter: 23.5mm, Weight: 1.32gms, die axis: probably 6

NLM-74D867 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy coin. Milled halfpenny, possibly of George I (1714-1727), issue of 1717-1718.Obverse description: Bust laureate right.Obverse inscription: GEO[--]Reverse description: worn smooth.Diameter: 28.1mm, Weight: 8.67gms

NLM-74C8DD COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy coin. Milled farthing of George III (1760-1820), fourth issue, Birmingham Soho mint,1807.Obverse description: Small bust laureate right.Obverse inscription: GEORG[--]Reverse description: Britannia seated left.Reverse inscription: [--]NNIADiameter: 21.4mm, Weight: 4.14gms, die axis: 6

HAMP-764557 COIN MEDIEVAL

A medieval penny of Edward II (1307-27), class 11b3 (with long serifs to the letter N), struck at Canterbury and dating to 1312-14.Reference: North 1061/3.

NMS-75ECAF POT ROMAN

Four body sherds of Roman pottery, two greyware, one buff oxidised and one reduced with buff exterior, red grog and quartz inclusions, weight 26g, mid 1st - 4th century.Area c.30m north-south and east-west, medium soil conditions, 10 minutes

NMS-760673 TILE ROMAN

Three fragments of Roman ceramic tile, thickness 20 - 21mm,weight 273g, mid 1st - 4th century.Area c.30m north-south and east-west, medium soil conditions, 10 minutes

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NMS-76191D TEGULA ROMAN

Two fragments of Roman ceramic tegulae, thickness excluding flange 24 and 26mm,weight 429g, mid 1st - 4th century.Area c.30m north-south and east-west, medium soil conditions, 10 minutes

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-762504 IMBREX ROMAN

Two fragments of Roman ceramic imbrices, thickness 17 and 20mm, weight 147g, mid 1st - 4th century.Area c.30m north-south and east-west, medium soil conditions, 10 minutes

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

DEV-75F528 WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

A Post-Medieval to Modern copper alloy trade weight, dating to AD 1714-1830. The weight is discoidal, with a circular plan and rectangular cross section and a raised collar around its circumference on its top face. The wieght is stamped with a crowned G (left raised against an incuse border), a sword, an A and an ewer (all incuse), indicating that the weight was produced by the Founder's comany in London during the Georgian period.Dimensions: diameter 28.1mm; thickness 7.2mm; weight 25.9g.

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HAMP-759A69 COIN MEDIEVAL

A medieval penny of Edward I (1272-1307), class 10cf2, struck at London and dating to 1306-7.Reference: North 1041.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

DEV-75D00A WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

A Post-Medieval copper alloy trade weight, dating to AD 1702-1714. The weight is discoidal, with a circular plan and rectangular cross section and a raised collar around its circumference on its top face. The wieght is stamped with a crowned A (left raised against an incuse border), a sword, a second A and an ewer (all incuse), indicating that the weight was produced by the Founder's comany in London during the reign of Queen Anne.Dimensions: diameter 39.5mm; thickness 6.7mm; weight 49.94g.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-75BCA7 BUTTON POST MEDIEVAL

Incomplete post medieval copper alloy button dating to the period c. AD 1600 - 1700. A discoidal, convex front with engraved decoration comprising a central cinquefoil surrounded by a saltire comprised of four lines of overlapping crescents, in each quarter, a single large crescent. The back is concave, with the remains of the integrally cast shank projecting from the centre. The front retains traces of white metal coating. See: Read, B, 2005, p. 44, nos. 151 - 153.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Thutmose III's Battle of Megiddo Inscription

The Battle of Megiddo (c. 1457 BCE) is one of the most famous military engagements in history in which Thutmose III (1458-1425 BCE) of Egypt defeated the coalition of subject regions led in rebellion by the kings of Kadesh and Megiddo. The battle itself was a decisive victory for Egypt and the seven- or eight-month siege which followed reduced the power of the subject kings, gave Thutmose III control...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

DEV-75590B BUTTON POST MEDIEVAL

A Post-Medieval copper alloy button, probably dating to the 17th century. The button is circular in plan with a convex front and concave back. The front of the button is decorated with a floral design of incised lines and punched annulets. The decoration depicts a central cluster of 7 annulets arranged into a hexagon, with a branch of two incised parallel lines extending at each right angle. Each branch terminates in a further, larger cluster of smaller annulets. A single pointed-oval (of two incised lines) petal fills each quarter.From the reverse expands a central integral rectangualr shank with a circular drilled perforation.Dimensions: diameter 24.4mm; thickness 8.5mm; weight 6.54g.Read (2005: 39-45) illustrates a large group of similar buttons with convex fronts, concave back and integral drilled shanks. They have a range of incised and punched decoration, mostly floral or geometric; no. 143 is near identical. Read (ibid:36) suggests they were fashionable in the mid to late 17th century and may have been used in pairs as cloak fasteners as well as buttons.

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Larnaka

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 72 D3 Larnaka

Arzhan

An early Scythian burial mound located in what is now the Tuva Republic of Russia.

OSM location of Arzhan 2

Polygon representing the location of the Arzhan 2 site, derived from an Open Street Map way after Грязнов 1980.

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Ancient History Encyclopedia

Mandate of Heaven

The Mandate of Heaven (Tianming), also known as Heaven’s Mandate, was the divine source of authority and the right to rule of China’s early kings and emperors. The ancient god or divine force known as Heaven or Sky had selected this particular individual to rule on its behalf on earth. An important element of the mandate was that although the ruler had been given great power he also had...

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD075102 (Germania inferior)

Domestici/s s[acr]um Ma/eilius Ve/getus / miles leg(ionis) / XXI rapa(cis) [|(centuria)] / Silani

HD073284 (Britannia)

$] / [---]AS[---] / [---] / [&

HD073282 (Britannia)

[Num]ini A[ug(usti)] / [---]

HD073276 (Britannia)

[---]vilio[---]

HD073255 (Britannia)

Deo Viridio / Trenico arcum / fecit de suo don(avit)

HD073253 (Britannia)

[D(is) M(anibus)] / [---]ali / [vix(it) a]nn(is) / [---] fili / [eius] Cen/[sori]nus / [et] Miner/[vin]us et / [&

HD073252 (Britannia)

[---]LLODEL[---] // [---]RESPRO[---] // [---]INC[---]

HD073245 (Britannia)

[--- In]victo(?) S[---] / [------] / [---]ssimo A[---] / [---] suorum [---] / [------] / [--- F]elicis [---] / [---]e v(iro) c(larissimo) leg(ato) A[ug(usti) ---] / [---]ssimus Nu[---] / [--- c]um com[militonibus]

HD073243 (Britannia)

|(centuria) Lat(---) / Um(---)

HD071393 (Britannia)

Imp(eratoribus) C(aesaribus) Vibio / {O} Gallo et G(aio) V(eldumniano) / Volusia/no P(iis) F(elicibus) / Aug(ustis) Eb(oraco) / m(ilia) p(assuum) XXII

HD071392 (Britannia)

Imp(eratori) C(aesari) / G(aio) M(essio) Q(uinto) / Decio / P(io) F(elici) Aug(usto) / et G(aio) M(essio) / Q(uinto) Etru/sco C/aesar(i)

HD071363 (Britannia)

Imp(eratori) C(aesari) / Fl(avio) Val(erio) / Constantino / P(io) F(elici) Inv(icto) / Aug(usto) / divi / Constanti / Pii Aug(usti) / filio

HD069893 (Britannia)

Deae Vic/toriae / Brigant(iae) / a(ram) d(edicavit) Aur(elius) S/enopianus

HD069562 (Britannia)

[--]rcu[-] / [---]s M(arci) [f(ilius)] / Camilla Pisa/uro mil(es) / leg(ionis) V[IIII ---]

HD069533 (Britannia)

[---]PA[---]

HD069531 (Britannia)

[---]ISE[---] / [---] OFIM[---]

HD056985 (Achaia)

Q(uinte) Avili C(ai) f(ili) Lanu(v)ine salve // Κοΐντε Ἀΰλλιε Γαΐου υἱὲ Ῥωμαῖε / χρηστὲ χαῖρε

HD046868 (Britannia)

$]C(?)[& // $]A(?)[&

HD046043 (Britannia)

Deo V(i)rid[io] / Sanct[o &

HD012196 (Pannonia inferior)

[Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) C(aio) Messio] / [Quinto Traiano Decio] / [P(io) F(elici)] Invicto Aug(usto) [Dac(ico)? m(aximo)?] Q(uinto) / [Et]rusco Decio {et} Heren/[nio? C(aio)] Valenti Hostiliano / [---?] Caesaribus nobilis(simis) [fili]i(s) Aug(usti) n(ostri) ab Aq(uinco) / m(ilia) p(assuum) LI

HD006139 (Germania inferior)

$] / Ulpiae A[---]/ [---]V[---] / [&

HD001323 (Germania inferior)

[Amf]ratnihen[is] / [---]aniae Titaca [et] / [---] l(ibentes)(?) m(erito)(?) / [&?

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B015525

Kakoschke, A.: Annotationes Epigraphicae I. Zu einigen Inschriften aus den zwei germanischen Provinzen.

July 24, 2017

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-632855 HARNESS MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy Post Medieval quatrefoil harness mount with projecting knops at the junction of each foil. Remnants of whitemetal coating (probably tin) on front face. and two out-curving fixing spikes (not rivets) on the reverse. Circa 1600-1700 AD. Diameter 17mm across knops, thickness 1.2mm not including spikes, weight 1.6g.

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Heroonpolis

Heroonpolis, located at Tell el-Maskhuta, was an ancient Egyptian city of the Nile Delta.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-610CD1 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval to post medieval copper alloy rectangular double loop buckle dating to the period c. AD 1270 - 1550. It exhibits a narrowed and offset strap bar which retains the pin. The strap bar and frame are triangular in cross-section.See: Egan & Pritchard (2002), p. 97 - 98, no. 442.

NMS-617EF4 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval to post medieval copper alloy double loop buckle dating to the period c. AD 1450 - 1650. It exhibits a narrowed and offset strap bar with a small knop at either end. A D-shaped loop projects from either side. Both loops are heavily worn. See: Whitehead, R, 2003, p. 54.

WILT-6154DE COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine dating to the period AD 343-348 (Reece period 17). VICTORIAE DD AVGG QNN reverse type depicting two Victories facing one another, each with wreath. Uncertain mint.

WILT-614391 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine dating to the period AD 343-348 (Reece period 17). VICTORIAE DD AVGG QNN reverse type depicting two Victories facing one another, each with wreath. Uncertain mint.

IOW-605D34 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete post-Medieval silver penny of Charles I (1625-1649), minted at the Tower of London under Charles I. Initial marks: illegible, possibly two pellets. No inner circles. Possibly Group D (North 1991: 163, ref: 2270).Obverse: CAROLVS D G [M B F] ET H REX, Crowned bust left with I (mark of value) behind head.Reverse: IVSTITIA THRONVM FIRMAT ('Justice strengthens the throne'), Oval garnished shield.Diameter: 14.0mm. Weight: 0.51g. DA=12:6.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

WILT-60D112 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Valentinian dating to the period AD 364-378 (Reece period 19) SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE reverse type depicting Victory advancing left. Uncertain mint.

NMS-60D914 STRAP FITTING MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy strap fitting dating to the period c. AD 1150 - 1450. The plate exhibits two pointed terminals at one end and tapers to a backward curving hook which terminates in an old break. It has two rivet holes which retain the corroded remians of the iron rivets. Egan & Pritchard (2002, p.107, fig.69) illustrate similar examples found in situ as part of a spur and strap attachment.

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2575 (32575)

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WILT-60B2C1 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Valentinian dating to the period AD 364-378 (Reece period 19) SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE reverse type depicting Victory advancing left. Uncertain mint.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Thutmose III at The Battle of Megiddo

The ancient site of Megiddo was the scene of a number of battles in antiquity and is best known as the source of the word armageddon, the Greek rendering of the Hebrew Har-Megiddo ('Mount of Megiddo') from the biblical Book of Revelation 16:16. Revelation 16:16 is the only use of the word in the Bible and designates the site of the final battle between the forces of the Christian god and those...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

WILT-607381 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Valentinian dating to the period AD 364-378 (Reece period 19) SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE reverse type depicting Victory advancing left. Uncertain mint.

NMS-60422B COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy coin, perhaps a cast or underweight sestertius of Septimius Severus or an earlier, Antonine, emperor, further details illegible, c.AD138-260

WILT-60304E COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Valentinian dating to the period AD 364-378 (Reece period 19) SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE reverse type depicting Victory advancing left. Mint of Arles.

NMS-601723 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Edward I, class 10cf1, Durham, North 1040, very well worn, 1305-6

NMS-5FDDB3 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Post medieval silver sixpence of Elizabeth I dating to the period AD 1587 - 1590 (Third coinage). Crescent initial mark. Tower mint. See: North Vol. II, p. 113, no. 2015.

NMS-5FEF7A COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver threepence of Elizabeth I, Tower, North 1998, extremely worn, plain cross initial mark, 1578

NMS-5F3F88 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy single loop trapezoidal medieval buckle with flat rectangular section expanded outer loop and slightly out-curving upright sides to the frame, The pin is missing and the end of the frame is decorated on both sides with single grooves at each end and three at the centre centre of one face. The centre of the other face has a central chevron. This is a common medieval buckle form. Circa 1250-1400 AD. Ref: Whitehead 'Buckles; 1250-1800' (pp. 21, nos. 77-82)

NMS-5FAF37 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Post medieval copper alloy rose farthing of Charles I dating to the period AD 1636 - 1644. Rose Type 2 or 3. Ucertain mint.

NMS-5FCFA4 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Henry III, voided long cross class 5, probably 5c, moneyer Nicole of Canterbury, some wear, 1251-72

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-5F5278 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver halfpenny of Henry VIII, London, 1st coinage, very worn and clipped, initial mark and further details illegible, 1509-26

NMS-5F36CB TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy farthing token of Stephen Tracey of Great Yarmouth, Norwen 3349, die axis 6 o'clock, c.1653-5

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Staryy Krym

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 23 I3 Staryy Krym

Aualites

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 4 B3 Aualites

Imagery location of Aualites

Coordinates after GeoHack, verified in Google Earth 2013.

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1993 (31993)

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30-Second Ancient Greece

The 30-Second Guide to Ancient Greece serves well as an introduction to one of the worlds most fascinating ancient cultures as well as a travel guide for those seeking a trip of a lifetime to Greece.    Matthew Nicholls and his fellow contributors organize the book into seven logical sections: The Greek World, People & Society, Myth & Religion, Literature, Language & Learning, Architecture...

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1065 (31065)

1 verse indexed by agneslorrain

2575 (32575)

120 verses indexed by bruce
47 features annotated by bruce

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD075100 (Germania superior)

[---]ii decurioni[s?]

HD075098 (Germania inferior)

Matronis / Vacalinehis / Amnomieiius(!) / Primu(s?) e[x] imp(erio) / i[ps(arum) l(ibens)?] m(erito)

HD075097 (Germania inferior)

Guinehis / Gratinius / Victor / et Gratini(a)e / Alanis <f>t / Mania(?) l(ibentes) m(erito)

HD075096 (Germania inferior)

M(arcus) Semproni(us) / M(arci) Gal(eria) Clem/[ens? &

HD073330 (Britannia)

[ABC]DEFG[HIKL]/[MNOP]QR[STVX]

HD073329 (Britannia)

[Pecul]iaris / [Co]mmunis

HD073328 (Britannia)

$] / [--- Na]evian[us(?) ---] / [--- l]eg(ionis) VIII[I(?) ---] / [&

HD073287 (Britannia)

[---] / [---]AV[---]

HD071444 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / pro salute / imp(eratoris) Caes(aris) Domitiani / Aug(usti) / G(aius) Sallustius Lucullus / leg(atus) Aug(usti) / pr(o) pr(aetore) prov(inciae) Britanniae / posuit / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)q(ue)

HD069690 (Britannia)

p(edes) CXXV

HD069419 (Britannia)

[---]cca Aelia / [---] Cauva / [---] fil(ia) an(norum) XXXVI

HD069418 (Britannia)

[D(is)] M(anibus) / [---]nus At/[---]arius / [vix(it) an(nos)] LXXXV

HD061367 (Germania superior)

[I]n ho(norem) d(omus) d(ivinae) Me[rcur]/[i]o L(ucius) Karoniu[s] / [V]italis v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD050138 (Britannia)

Ti(beri) / Claudi Ca/tuari

HD047003 (Germania inferior)

[M(atronis)?] Afli[abus?] / [M(arcus)?] Here[nnius?] / [H]ospi[talis] / [e]x im[p(erio) pro] / [se] et s[uis l(ibens) m(erito)?]

HD006747 (Germania inferior)

Matronis / Alusneihis / T(itus) Tattianus / [S?]eranus pro / se et suis l(ibens) m(erito)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F037624

Roma / Roma ; CIL: 06, 37109.

F037623

Urvinum Metaurense / Urbino ; CIL: 11, 06170.; other literature: S. Antolini, SupplIt 18 (Roma 2000) 346, Nr. 6170.

F037622

Roma / Roma ; CIL: 06, 32005; 06, 41405; fig. ε.

F037621

Roma / Roma ; CIL: 06, 20746; 06, 32005; 06, 41405; fig. γ.

F037620

Roma / Roma ; CIL: 06, 03793; 06, 32005; 06, 41405; fig. δ.

F037619

Roma / Roma ; CIL: 06, 32005; 06, 41405; fig. β.

F037618

Roma / Roma ; CIL: 06, 22496.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B015524

Nemeti, S.: Magical practices in Dacia ans Moesia inferior.

B015523

Gramatopol, M.: Les pierres gravées du Cabinet Numismatique de l'Académie Roumaine.

B015522

Kakoschke, A.: Annotationes Epigraphicae II. Zu einigen Inschriften aus den zwei germanischen Provinzen.

July 23, 2017

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Portrait of the Roman emperor Domitian, 1

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Portrait of the Roman emperor Domitian, 1

Ancient portrait set into a bust by Guglielmo della Porta (16th c. CE)
Domitian (reigned 81-96 CE)

MANN - Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli
6061

Portrait of the Roman emperor Domitian, 2

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Portrait of the Roman emperor Domitian, 2

Ancient portrait set into a bust by Guglielmo della Porta (16th c. CE)
Domitian (reigned 81-96 CE)

MANN - Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli
6061

Portrait of the Roman emperor Domitian, 3

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Portrait of the Roman emperor Domitian, 3

Ancient portrait set into a bust by Guglielmo della Porta (16th c. CE)
Domitian (reigned 81-96 CE)

MANN - Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli
6061

Bust of a young Domitian

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Bust of a young Domitian

Marble. Dated between 75-81 CE.

MANN - Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli
6058

Bust of a young Domitian

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Bust of a young Domitian

Marble. Dated between 75-81 CE.

MANN - Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli
6058

Bust of a young Domitian

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Bust of a young Domitian

Marble. Dated between 75-81 CE.

MANN - Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli
6058

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-4D8388 POT MEDIEVAL

Seventeen body sherds of medieval pottery, weight 88g, 12th - 14th century:- fifteen local unglazed, weight 75g.- two Grlmston ware with external lead glaze, one with part of an applied "arm" ending in a grooved "hand" from a face jug, weight 13g.G119, context 5, spoil from the construction of a large garden workshop, dumped 95m to the south within the (until that time) same property.

NMS-4DE8EA POT EARLY MEDIEVAL

Fifteen sherds of Thetford-type ware pottery, one jar rim, one probable jar rim, one strap handle, one flat basal and thirteen body (one with rectangular roller stamp decoration), probable production debris, found casually during geophysical survey, weight 211g (of which the handle accounts for 100g), mid 9th - 11th century.

NMS-4CC1D4 POT MEDIEVAL

Rim sherd of Grimston ware pottery jug with patch of thin lead glaze on exterior, weight 4g, 13th - 14th century.Omitted from previous batch of finds reported to the HERG115

NMS-4C4A4B POT EARLY MEDIEVAL

Small pottery body sherd, reduced, wheel-turned, sandy, probably Thetford-type ware, weight 1g, mid 9th - 11th century.Field G88, context 16, bare soil along east edge of churchyard after cutting back of overgrown and spread hedge.

NMS-4C9994 POT EARLY MEDIEVAL

Body (shoulder) sherd of Thetford-type ware pottery with band of rectangular roller-stamp decoration, weight 4g, mid 9th - 11th century.Field G89

NMS-4C2B4D POT MEDIEVAL

Ten body sherds of medieval pottery, weight 46g, 12th - 14th century:- nine local unglazed, weight 43g.- one reduced with blotchy oxidised exterior, perhaps once glazed, sparse rounded voids, fine, ?source, weight 3g.Field G88, context 16, bare soil along east edge of churchyard after cutting back of overgrown and spread hedge.

NMS-4BE65E FLOOR TILE MEDIEVAL

Four fragments of medieval ceramic floor tile, evenly oxidised, slightly sandy, probably of Flemish manufacture, weight 453g, 15th - early 16th century:- one corner, very worn upper face, no glaze extant, nail hole, thickness 21mm.- one corner, some very dark green copper glaze, part overlain by limewash, mortar on one side, nail hole, thickness 25mm.- part of one side, worn, patches of copper glaze, thickness 27mm.- one corner, fresh condition, yellow glaze (i.e. white slip under lead), nail hole not visible, thickness 29.5mm.Field G88, context 17, bare soil along north edge of churchyard after cutting back of overgrown and spread hedge.

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Lappa

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 60 B2 Lappa

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-4BA89C FLOOR TILE MEDIEVAL

Fragment of medieval ceramic floor tile with one corner extant, oxidised but reduced in the central and upper part, sandy, of East Anglian manufacture, upper surface worn, no extant glaze, mortar on reverse, thickness 22mm, weight 62g, 14th century.Field G88, context 15, spoil from drain trench leading to soakaway, on south side of nave.

NMS-4B839F FLOOR TILE MEDIEVAL

Fragment of medieval ceramic floor tile with one corner extant, evenly oxidised, slightly sandy, probably of Flemish manufacture, upper surface worn, some lead glaze and white slip on sides, one nail hole, thickness 25.5mm, weight 162g, 15th - early 16th century.Field G88, context 14, spoil from builders' pit on north side of west tower

NMS-4B4C33 FLOOR TILE MEDIEVAL

Fragment of medieval ceramic floor tile, one half extant, evenly oxidised, slightly sandy, probably of Flemish manufacture, upper surface worn, no glaze present and no surviving nail holes at corners, mortar on reverse and sides width 108.5mm, thickness 20mm, weight 203g, 15th - early 16th century.Field G88, context 5, genarally located within churchyard, from bare soil.

NMS-23820A POT MEDIEVAL

Body sherd of medieval pottery, oxidised with external sooting, hand-built, thin (maximum 4.3mm), Early Medieval ware, weight 14g, 11th - 12th century.Found next to a spring in a wood

NMS-23E5CA QUERN UNKNOWN

Fragment of a Rhineland lava quern of unknown date, with a small part of the edge extant, one face tooled, diameter c.430mm, thickness 34.5mm, weight 1.534kg. Roman or Middle Saxon to medieval. Found north of a footpath

NMS-4AB3F0 POT MEDIEVAL

Forty-seven medieval pottery sherds, body unless otherwiste stated, weight 226g, 12th - 14th century:- thirty-six local unglazed including two everted jar rim (Blackborough End type form), one frilled jar rim (Castle Acre Castle form) and one sagging basal, weight 144g.- five unglazed Grimston ware including small bowl rim, weight 40g.- six Grimston ware with external lead glaze, weight 42g.Field G88, context 5, genarally located within churchyard from bare soil, mole hills and badger scrapes, the majority from the north-west and south-east corners.

NMS-4B1BDA ROOF TILE MEDIEVAL

Fragment of medieval ceramic roof tile with part of one edge, very hard reduced with pinkish surfaces, sparse large predonimantly grey inclusions, thicker than normal, 17.5 - 20mm, weight 53g, mid 13th - 15th century.Field G88, context 5, genarally located within churchyard from bare soil.

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1974 (31974)

166 verses indexed by dora
7 features annotated by dora

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Tuttul

Tuttul was a Bronze Age city that is associated with the archaeological site of Tell Bi'a located in the Raqqa Governorate of northern Syria. The tell lies near the confluence of the Balikh and Euphrates rivers.

OSM location of Tuttul

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Castro

An ancient and medieval Spanish village located in the southeast of the province of Córdoba.

Castro del Río

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 27 A4 Castro del Río

Mashkan-Shapir

Mashkan-Shapir, covering 56 ha, was occupied during the Uruk period and becomes more prominent during the Akkadian period and then during the Ur III period.

OSM location of Mashkan-shapir

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Lucus Feroniae

A sanctuary and grove of Feronia and an associated settlement located along the Via Tiberina in the territory of Capena.

Cisimbrium

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 27 A4 Cisimbrium

Çambra

An earlier toponym for the modern Zambra.

Untitled

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 27 A3 unnamed bridge (Isturgi on R. Guadalquivir)

Untitled

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 27 A4 unnamed bridge (E Ad Lucos on Arroyo Salado de Porcuna)

Puente de Cañete.

The remains of a Roman bridge known locally as Puente Viejo or Puente de Cañete lying one mile west west of Obulco on the Arroyo Salado.

Obulco

Obulco was a Roman municipium of Hispania Baetica.

Porcuna

Medieval and modern Spanish name of village located in the west of the province of Jaén that belonged to the kingdom of Alfonso X.

(W)Axos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 60 C2 (W)Axos

Kydonia

An ancient settlement on Crete inhabited since the Neolithic period, Kydonia has been a major center of Minoan, Greek, and Byzantine civilization.

Rhithymna/Arsinoe

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 60 B2 Rhithymna/Arsinoe

Heraklion

Heraklion was the harbor city of ancient Knossos, and was later re-founded by the Arab conquerors.

Palencia

Medieval and modern Spanish name.

Palantia

The chief town of the Vaccaei in the northern part of Hispania Tarraconensis.

Aurgi/Orongis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 27 B4 Aurgi/Orongis

OSM location of modern Valladolid

OSM location of modern Valladolid.

Valladolid

The site of Celtiberian and Roman settlement eventually gave way to Moorish and, later, Christian foundations. Valladolid grew rapidly during the twelfth and thirteenth centuries under the kings Alfonso VIII and Alfonso X.

Valladolid

Medieval Spanish names of city associated with modern Valladolid.

July 22, 2017

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2575 (32575)

112 verses indexed by bruce
43 features annotated by bruce

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-3A5D5F COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Charles II. Crown initial mark on reverse. London mint. Second issue. Spink 3312. 1660-1662 AD.

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Moger

A Spanish village located in the east of Huelva that belonged to the kingdom of Alfonso X. While there is on-site evidence for long-term human activity since antiquity, the present settlement, known in modern terms as Moguer, is traditionally said to have been founded in 1333 by the Señorío de Moguer ("Seigneury of Moguer").

OSM location of modern Moguer

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Moger

Medieval Spanish name of village associated with modern Moguer.

Aracena

A Spanish village located in the north of the province of Huelva that belonged to the kingdom of Alfonso X. The Roman sites of Arucci and Turobriga are located nearby.

Aracena

Medieval and modern Spanish name.

OSM location of modern Aracena

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Kortikata

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 26 D4 Kortikata

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-3195DB BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Incomplete copper alloy sub-hexagonal buckle with central strap bar. At the junction of each surviving angle there is a moulded decorative knop with the linking buckle frame decorated with long chevrons following around the frame. It is not entirely clear what the decorative knops represent but they are probably fleur-de-lis oriented in the direction of the chevrons. Two sides of the buckle frame are missing at old breaks. Dimensions are approximately 57mm diameter measured across the angles, with each knop 4.6mm thick. Circa 1500-1630 AD.

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OSM location of Guillena

OSM location of modern Guillena

Guillena

A Spanish village located north of Sevilla that belonged to the kingdom of Alfonso X.

Guillena

Medieval and modern Spanish name.

Sant Esteuan

A Spanish village located in the northeast of the province of Jaén that belonged to the kingdom of Alfonso X (thirteenth century). The site's modern name is Santisteban del Puerto.

Santisteban del Puerto

Modern Spanish name.

OSM location of modern Santisteban del Puerto

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Sant Esteuan

Medieval Spanish name of village associated with modern Santisteban del Puerto.

Torre del Berrueco

A Spanish village and castle located in the west of Jaén that belonged to the kingdom of Alfonso X (thirteenth century). The site is now known as El Berrueco, in the municipality of Torredelcampo.

OSM location of modern El Berrueco

Location based on OpenStreetMap

El Berrueco

Modern Spanish name.

Torre del Berrueco

Medieval Spanish name of village associated with modern El Berrueco, in Jaén.

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NEAPOLIS/NAPLES AS OLYMPIA - Marble slab on Isolympic games in Naples, with two Greek inscription (170-171 AD) - from Neapolis/Naples - Epigraphic Collection - Naples, Archaeological Museum

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NEAPOLIS/NAPLES AS OLYMPIA - Marble slab on Isolympic games in Naples, with two Greek inscription (170-171 AD) - from Neapolis/Naples - Epigraphic Collection - Naples, Archaeological Museum

NEAPOLIS/NAPOLI COME OLIMPIA
Nell'antica Neapolis furono istituiti da Augusto i Giochi Isolimpici, detti anche Sebastà, quasi a voler attestare la grecità della città. E le due parole si leggono in questa iscrizione del 170 d. C. in lingua greca trovata appunto a Napoli, dove si accenna a "Tito Flavio Euarte figlio di Tito, che ha vinto nei Sebastà Italici Isolimpici... la corsa del doppio stadio, riservata ai fanciulli cittadini".
Collezione Epigrafica del Museo Archeologico di Napoli.

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NEAPOLIS/NAPLES AS OLYMPIA - Marble slab on Isolympic games in Naples, with two Greek inscription (170-171 AD) - from Neapolis/Naples - Epigraphic Collection - Naples, Archaeological Museum

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NEAPOLIS/NAPLES AS OLYMPIA - Marble slab on Isolympic games in Naples, with two Greek inscription (170-171 AD) - from Neapolis/Naples - Epigraphic Collection - Naples, Archaeological Museum

NEAPOLIS/NAPOLI COME OLIMPIA
Nell'antica Neapolis furono istituiti da Augusto i Giochi Isolimpici, detti anche Sebastà, quasi a voler attestare la grecità della città. E le due parole si leggono in questa iscrizione del 170 d. C. in lingua greca trovata appunto a Napoli, dove si accenna a "Tito Flavio Euarte figlio di Tito, che ha vinto nei Sebastà Italici Isolimpici... la corsa del doppio stadio, riservata ai fanciulli cittadini".
Collezione Epigrafica del Museo Archeologico di Napoli.

July 21, 2017

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-2185D1 COIN MEDIEVAL

A complete Medieval silver penny of Edward I (1272-1307), minted at Bury St Edmunds. Class 10ab, 1300-1305 (North 1991: 32, refs: 1038-1039).Obverse: EDWAR R ANGL DNS hYB, Crowned bust facing with a bifoliate crown and wedged drapery.Reverse: VILL/SCIE/DMV/NDI, Long cross dividing the inscription with three pellets in each quadrant.Diameter: 18.7mm. Weight: 1.26g. DA=12:3.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

Chronique des fouilles en ligne / Archaeology in Greece Online

Iklaina- 2015

Iklaina. M. Cosmopoulos (ASA) reports on excavation in four areas at the Traganes location (Fig. 1).

In the area of the workshops three more rooms were uncovered, of which one (at a lower level) contained a staircase with few steps on one side with which it communicated with another space.  In the same room a clay tub (asaminthos, in Homeric terminology) was found, with an industrial use according to the excavator (Fig. 2).  In another room a circular hearth was found and, around it, 5 flat stones, upon which stood wooden pillars supporting the roof around the opening through which smoke escaped from the hearth (Fig. 3).

In the northwest corner of the previously excavated terrace a level with remains of the destruction of a structure which had occupied this location was uncovered.  Finds included: rectangular stones of the walls, a piece of burnt mudbrick, fragments of plaster and bronze nails from the wooden beams of the building.  Some of the nails were preserved in burnt wood.  The destruction was dated to the LH IIIA2-IIIB period by the ceramics.  The terrace was completely uncovered after removal of debris which had accumulated on its northwest corner in the 1970s and its façade was now visible in that location.  In this part of the façade the burial of a mature female was found.  The skeleton was in contracted position and on top of it were found the bones of a small dog, a kid and a bird.

The paved road south of building X was excavated to a substantial length and its careful construction is perhaps indicative that it had an official character and use.

Thermos- 2015

Thermos. I. Papapostolou (ASA) reports on the systematic investigation of the sloping area east of the east stoa of the Agora of the sanctuary of Apollo.

Investigation revealed two monumental stone staircases, corresponding to the two exit openings in the back wall of the stoa, about 40 m. apart.  Only the lower sections are preserved: 7 steps in the northern (Fig. 1) and 10 in the southern (Fig. 2) staircase, made of limestone slabs of equal height, but unequal length, constructed in careful isodomic style.  The northern staircase is 4.80 m. wide, the southern 6.80 m., as are the equivalent openings connecting the stoa with the area to the east.  The space between the staircases and the stoa is paved and about 2 m. wide.  It is likely, but not certain, that the two staircases led to the same higher terrace on the slope.  The southern staircase is connected to the known strong retaining wall of the southeast part of the area, which turns to the east and borders on the south edge of the steps.  The monumental construction and the strong retaining wall demonstrate that the staircases led to an area or extensive areas with large, significant buildings.  There are indications that the two new staircases were built in the first phase of the Agora, i.e. before the Macedonian invasion of 218 BC.

Two trenches were dug in the temple of Apollo Lyseios, under the threshold of the double entrance to the cella and under the base of a column of the portico.  Traces of use of the space prior to the temple were not located; it is probable that the construction of the temple dates to the Hellenistic period after the Macedonian invasion and not, as thought up to now, to the early 6th century BC.

Messene- 2014

Messene. P. Themelis (ASA) reports on continuing excavations and restoration at the site.  In the area of the north stoa (Fig. 1), which is 196 m. long, a column of one of the Corinthian inner colonnades was restored to a height of 5 m and a large gamma-shaped platform with a long stone bench in front of its east side restored (Fig. 2).  The later baths (balaneion) (5th to 7th c. AD), built almost in the middle of the stoa were almost completely uncovered and their rooms distinguished clearly.

Another structure uncovered in the Agora is the dining hall (deipnisterion), where worshippers of Messana, queen of the land of Messene, who had been deified, dined (Fig. 3).  The goddess’ temple  lies close to the building, to the east.  The dining hall was constructed in the Hellenistic period and had a Doric colonnade on its east side (Fig. 4).  It was used for other purposes in later periods and was destroyed in the earthquake of AD 365 without being reconstructed.

Work began in the hall of symposia in the rich house west of the theatre, whose floors bore mosaics, including one with a maker’s inscription uncovered in 2013.  In another room of the house a hoard of bronze coins of Constantius II was found, dating to AD 351-361, when the house was abandoned.  The floor of this room too bore a decorative mosaic with maker’s inscription: ΘΕΟΔΟΥΛΟΣ ΕΠΙΣΚΟ<Ι>ΠΟΣ (Ε)ΠΟΙΕΙ.

In a hall north of the narthex of the early Christian basilica in the area of the theatre were revealed – in secondary use - stone benches of a Hellenistic exedra and a throne from the theatre.

Finally, restoration of the east stoa of the gymnasium above the stadium was completed (Fig. 5), as was restoration of the sanctuary of Eleithyia on the south slope of Mt Ithome (Fig. 6).

Messene- 2015

Messene. P. Themelis (ASA) reports on continued excavations and restoration in the area of the Agora and the theatre.

In the Agora area remains of a late antique baths were uncovered above the north stoa (Fig. 1) and, further east, the ruins of a small church of 13th century AD date, with tombs around it.  The peristyle of the meat market and its stoa were restored (Fig. 2) as well as the geometric mosaic in the peristyle (Fig. 3).

Reinvestigation of the dining hall (deipnisterion) revealed that in the Roman period the rooms with clay tiles extended to the south and the complex was used for workshops, particularly for glass-working.  The Doric colonnade of the east side of the dining hall was partially restored and it was possible to assemble part of the entablature: epistyle, triglyphs and metopes, and simas carved together with the edging tiles (Fig. 4).

In the later (3rd to 4th c. AD) complex west of the theatre, the mosaic floor of the large hall with the inscription ΠΑΡΑΜΟΝΟΣ ΑΝΑΓΝΩΣΤΗΣ ΕΠΟΙΗΣΕ was restored (Fig. 5).  North of this hall, another was uncovered, also with mosaic floor with geometric decoration and the inscription ΘΕΟΔΟΥΛΟΣ ΕΠΙΣΚΟΠΟΣ ΠΟΙΕΙ.  The excavator believes that the whole complex had a religious purpose, an early church.

Excavation also happened south of the theatre in the sanctuary of Isis and Serapis along the north side of the underground tile-covered crypt.  A group of rooms of the late Roman period was uncovered with built benches and water cisterns associated with the mystery rites that took place there.

Ancient Thouria, Ellenika- 2014

Ancient Thouria, Ellenika. X. Arapogianni (ASA) reports on the excavation of two trenches at this location.

In one (in the field belonging to A. Tsagli) a wall made of reused stone and a fragment of a fluted column were found.  Ceramics under the wall date to the 3rd to 2nd centuries BC.

In the other (in a field belonging to the heirs of Konstantinos Krika) there came to light the southeast corner of a large peribolos, in the isodomic style with rectangular stone blocks, 20.80 m. long (E-W) and 21.40 m (N-S).  Within the area enclosed by the walls were found other walls and two large thresholds (Fig. 1) as well as plaster with colour, demonstrating the existence of buildings, whose use should date to the Hellenistic period on the basis of ceramic finds.

Ancient Thouria, Ellenika- 2015

Thouria. X. Arapogianni (ASA) reports on excavation of the sanctuary of Asklepios and also in the Ellenika location.

The rock-fall at the Asklepieion in 2014 which had prevented work there occasioned the installation of a new roof.  Debris was removed from the western part of the excavated area making it easier to view the ruins.  It was possible to study better parts of the sanctuary and the stoa, which had not been uncovered throughout its entire length, and to protect them from rocks.  Finds from the Asklepieion included Hellenistic ceramics, figurines, part of a catalogue of ephebes, coins, stamped tiles, a medical tool and a sherd with an incised dedication to Asklepios (Fig. 1).

At Ellenika, apart from the lower part of a structure characterised as a peribolos the previous year, the lower part (euthynteria) of a structure made out of rectangular poros blocks was found (Fig. 2).  Outside the west side there was an open stone water channel with a basin for cleaning the water that fell from the building’s roof; the superstructure of the building was perhaps of mudbrick.  Inside, after its abandonment and destruction in the late Roman period, 11 burials without offering had been made.  Finds from the second building included a number of Hellenistic sherds, heads of figurines, loomweights and a bead of rock crystal.

Ancient Sikyon- 2014

Sikyon. I. Lolos (ASA) reports on a second season of excavation in the area of the agora, south of the stoa where building remains of the Roman period had been found.  Two rooms east of the group, apparently of industrial use, excavated in the previous year were investigated (Figs 1-2).

Southeast of the stoa was found part of another stoa orientated N-S, while the known stoa was orientated E-W.  The new stoa is dated to the early Roman period and was single-aisled with a Doric colonnade on its façade.

In the northwest part of the agora the foundations of a small temple (c. 11 m. long by 7 m. wide) were uncovered (Figs 3-4), built at the end of the Classical or the beginning of the Hellenistic period; it was dismantled in the early years of the Roman period.  There are carved mason’s marks on several of the stones.

In a trench in the northeast part of the palaestra its inner and outer corners were revealed, made of dry stone, tile and mortar.  Outside the outer wall a semi-circular exedra was built in the same style and material in the later Roman period.  The existence of two further exedrae – one orthogonal, the other semi-circular – were confirmed through geophysical prospection to the east of the excavated one and on the same exterior wall of the palaestra.

Ancient Sikyon- 2015

Sikyon. I. Lolos (ASA) reports on excavations southeast and northwest of the agora.

South of the stoa, beyond the area already excavated, a rectangular, almost square building was uncovered belonging to the early Roman period, in which, in late antiquity, industrial activity was established, on the basis of the discovery of presses, a cistern, as well as a small ceramic kiln, part of whose production was domestic vessels, cups and jugs (Fig. 1).

Southeast of the stoa, and east of the above mentioned, investigation continued of a second stoa, perpendicular to the large Hellenistic stoa (Fig. 2).  Its back wall, its width (almost 4 m.) and a small part of its paved floor were uncovered.  Its construction was placed in the early Roman period.

North of the palaestra, where a small temple had already been uncovered, a ceramic deposit was investigated, comprising mostly kantharoi and skyphoi, as well as animal bones, which the excavator characterises as remains of feasts and ritual acts.  Part of a peribolos was found in the area between the palaestra and the temple.  Further north of the palaestra investigation continued of a large building, probably a late Roman villa, on the basis of the arrangement of rooms and its size.  It was built out of rectangular stone blocks which belonged to older public buildings that had been abandoned.

Agios Vasileios (Xerokampi)- 2014

Agios Vasileios (Xerokampi). A. Vasilogamvrou (ASA) reports on work, including geophysical prospection (Fig. 1).  This revealed tombs in the north and remains of buildings in the south, probably connected with the buildings in the region of the Central Court and the West and South Stoas.

Excavation in the area known as the West Stoa and Archive (where previously fragments of Linear B tablet had been found) revealed the existence of Byzantine period pits.  In this disturbed level were found tiles, coins, a Turkish pipe, iron lance-points, Mycenaean beads, a fragment of a Linear B tablet and sealing.  A Mycenaean destruction level was found lower down comprising a floor of plaster and pebbles and, above it, fragments of tablets and sealings, fallen from a room on the first floor of the West Stoa, according to the excavator.  By the end of the 2014 season 79 tablet fragments and 13 sealings had been found.

In the north cemetery two infant burials in pits were found (Fig. 2), also a built cist tomb, while investigation of built Tomb 21 was completed (Fig. 3); it contained at least 25 burials of the LHI-II period.  The majority of the human remains were found pushed aside.

Agios Vasileios (Xerokampi)- 2015

Agios Vasileios (Xerokampi). A. Vasilogamvrou (ASA) reports on continued excavation (Fig. 1).

A new poros-stone pillar base was found in the so-called West Stoa.  In the area of the Archive several tens more tablet fragments and two clay sealings were collected.  The majority lay in the pure Mycenaean destruction level of the first storey, on the floor and around two large pithoi.  Under the fragments of pithos burnt mudbricks were uncovered, placed on the floor in two or three courses.  Presumably they were niches or supports for the pithoi.  Beneath the floor of the first story a deep layer of red clay was found, which originated from its plastering.  The larger, central section of the floor is almost horizontal and stands on the layer of clay, while many other floor fragments are embedded in it in different orientations, including vertical.  Their location indicates the probable location of horizontal beams.

To date the Archive of tablets numbers 119 fragments and contains leaf- and page-shaped tablets.  The material refers to two basic areas of palatial activity: collection and redistribution of goods, made clear by the use of administrative/economic terms known from the Mycenaean archives.  Recording included the submission of taxes in the form of various commodities, offerings to a sanctuary or sanctuaries, place-names and proper names.  One sealing refers to the title wanax in the genitive case, wa-na-ko-to (Fig. 2).  According to the ceramics from the West Stoa, its destruction and that of the Archive room are dated to the LH IIIA1-early IIIA2 period.

East of the central core of Building A, area 11 was partially investigated, where small pits with intense indications of burning were found, which had been covered with a layer of yellow clay.  These pits were characterised as ‘pyres’ and it was ascertained that they contained remains of burnt animal bones and various small valuable finds (a bronze arrow point, a stone sword pommel, glass and cornelian beads, a sealstone, small Egyptian scarabs, gold inlays, etc.).  The excavator suggests that this was a courtyard, probably belonging to Building A, and linked to rites which were taking place there.

In the North Cemetery investigation of the large built tomb 21 was completed; it contained altogether 30 burials, some primary and many secondary.  Two tombs were investigated: one a simple pit with one primary burial, the other a cist built of small schist slabs, which had no offerings and contained 3 primary and 4 disturbed burials.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-1189E8 COIN MEDIEVAL

A complete Medieval silver penny of Edward I (1272-1307), minted at Bury St Edmunds. Class 10cf, 1305-1310 (North 1991: 32).Obverse: EDWAR R ANGL DNS hYB, Crowned bust facing with a bifoliate crown and wedged drapery. Reverse: VILL/SCIE/DMV/NDI (probably a pellet or colon after NDI), Long cross dividing the inscription with three pellets in each quadrant.Diameter: 18.0mm. Weight: 1.25g. DA=12:12-1.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.