Potamos: Digital Antiquity Data

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January 15, 2018

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 - Submit - Coptic text added (Georg Schmelz)
 - Vote - Return-Straight-to-Sender - As requested. (James Cowey)
 - Vote - AcceptText - lin1=> correct ⲇⲏⲙⲟⲥⲓⲟⲥ ; lin2=> correct ⲡⲁⲛⲉⲩⲫⲏⲙⲱⲥ ; lin3=> correct ⲉⲛⲇⲟⲝⲟⲧⲁⲧⲟⲥ; lin7=> correct ἰνδικτίων ; ⲕⲟⲩⲣⲥⲟ[ⲛ]:> [.?]; lin8=> ⲥⲩ[ⲙ]ⲃⲟ[ⲩⲗⲟⲥ]:> [.?]; lin11=> ϩⲉⲧⲟⲓⲙⲱ[ⲥ]:> [.?]; lin12=> ⲉⲙⲁ ⲛⲓⲙ; ⲥⲩⲙ]ⲃⲟⲩⲗ[ⲟⲥ]:> [.?];lin13=> ϫⲉ <:ⲛⲛⲓⲉⲛ|reg|ⲛⲓⲉⲛ:>; <:εἰ=grc|reg|ⲉⲓ:> ; lin14=> no space before [.?]; lin15=> ⲉⲧⲉ ⲛⲁⲓ ⲛⲉ; lin16=> ⲧⲉⲧⲛ<:ἐνδοξότης=grc|reg|(ⲉⲛⲇ(ⲟⲝⲟⲧⲏⲥ)):>; lin18=> ⲡⲁⲛⲧⲱⲕⲣⲁⲧ[ⲱⲣ]:> [.?]; lin20=> ⲡϣⲉ ; lin21=> ⲙⲛ ⲡⲟⲩⲉⲡ̣.3ⲥ̣ ⲉⲡⲁ ⲧⲣ[ⲟⲙⲡⲉ] [.?]: lin23=> ϩⲟⲙⲟⲗⲟⲅ[ⲓⲁ]:> [.?]; lin25=> space after *stauros*; lin27 after the cross = Greek? If yes=>~|(Ἀνδρε(ας)) Σολομων σὺν Θεῷ (πρε(σβύτερος)) μα[ρτυρῶ]|~grec [.?]; lin28=> ⲁⲩⲱ <:ⲡ<:ἡγούμενος=grc|reg|ϩⲏⲅⲟⲩⲙⲉⲛⲟⲥ:>|reg|ⲫⲏⲅⲟⲩⲙⲉⲛⲟⲥ:> ⲡϣⲛ [.?] [ⲉⲧⲓ<:ὁμολογία=grc|reg|[ϩⲟⲙⲟⲗⲟⲅⲓ] 29- ⲁ ; lin30=> <:(συμβολαιογρ(άφου))|reg|συμβολεουγρ:> (Anne Boudhors)
 - Vote - AcceptText - lin1=> [ⲡⲙⲁⲧⲟⲓ] [.?] [ⲡ  etc. ; lin2=> ⲕ[ⲟⲣⲣⲁ] [.?]; lin3=> ⲃ[ⲁ]ⲥⲓⲗ[ⲉⲓⲟⲥ] [.?] ; lin4=> ⲛ[ⲉⲥ][.?]; lin5=> <:ⲛⲉⲉϥ|reg|ⲛⲉⲉⲩ:>; ⲉ[ⲩ][.?]; lin6=> ⲛⲧⲁⲩⲉⲛⲧ[ⲟⲩ] [.?]; lin9=> ⲉⲩϫⲏ[ⲕ] [.?]; lin10=> ⲟ[ⲩⲁ] [.?]; lin13 correct ⲛⲟⲩⲟⲧⲡⲥ; lin15=> <:παρά=grc|reg[ⲡⲁⲣⲁ]:> [.?] <:δημόσιος=grc|reg|[ⲇⲏⲙⲟⲥⲓⲟⲥ]:>; lin16=> <:ὁμολογία=grc|reg|[ϩⲟⲙⲟⲗⲟⲅⲓⲁ]:> [.?]; lin19=> ⲛⲧⲁⲛϣ[ⲣⲡ][.?]; lin21=> <:ⲛⲛⲉⲉϥ|reg|ⲛⲛⲉⲉⲩ:>; lin22=> ⲡϣⲉ ⲛⲅⲉⲱⲣⲅⲓ[ⲟⲥ] [.?]; lin25=> ⲧⲓ[ⲟ] [.?] ; lin26 ⲧⲓⲟ ⲛⲙ[ⲛⲧⲣⲉ] [.?]; lin29=> correct ϭⲟⲙ; lin30=> <:συμβολαιογράφου|reg|(συμβολεουγρά(φου)):>  (Esther Garel)
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 - Submit - Transcription of BL 12.7,8
Major issues (to check on):
Line 44 Morelli, ZPE 126 (1999), 200, cited by BL 12.7, restores Φοιβ̣[άμμονος, but lines 56, 72 show Φοιβάμων(ος), Φοιβάμων(ος)
Line 139 database: Ἑκους, BL 12.8 : Ἑκουσ[
Line 140: The transcription of BL 12.8 should be as follows <:(γαιδ(αρίων)) <:πεφευγότων|reg|(ἐφυγώτ(ων)):> <:(οὓ̣τ̣(ως))|alt|(ὁμοί(ως)):>=BL 12.8|ed| (παίδ(ων)) (ἐφηβ̣ότ(ητος)) (ὀνο(μάτων)):> however the previewed text looks like this  † γνῶ(σις) γαιδ(αρίων) ἐφυγώτ(ων) οὓ̣τ̣(ως)(*) while the previewed apparatus does not indicate the alternative <:(οὓ̣τ̣(ως))|alt|(ὁμοί(ως)):>. It shows instead l. πεφευγότων, BL 12.8 : παίδ(ων) ἐφηβ̣ότ(ητος) ὀνο(μάτων) prev. ed.

Minor issues (to check on; BL means previous version as it appears on print, not Morelli's corrections):
Line 1 the database has  Ἡλ̣[ι]ω(δώρου) no dot under eta, nor under the first omega (left to right); BL: dots under both 
Line 7 the database has  Ἡλιωδ̣(ώρου), BL: dot under the first omega(left to right)
Line 50 the database has: Ἰφω, BL:  Ἰφω/ 
Line 106 BL: [ἀπὸ ] ο̣υ̣
Line 140 the database has (ἐφηβ̣ότ(ητος)), BL: dot under the first eta (left to right)
Lines 142, 143 the database has  142 πα̣ῖ̣(δες),143 π̣[α]ῖ̣(δες), BL: παῖ(δες) for both
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lin13==> [.2] <:(ἀγρο(φύλαξ))=BL 12.7|ed|αρου:>
lin25==> <:ἀπὸ (μισθ(ωτῶν)) Λε̣.1[.?]=BL 12.7|ed|ἀπὸ Μυσουλεη[.?]:>
lin59==> <:Πέτρου=BL 12.7|ed|.2ευρου:>
lin82==> <:ε=BL 12.7|ed|<:α(?)|reg|ε:>:>
lin106==> 106. <:ἀ̣π̣ὸ̣
lin131==> <:(Σινεουάβε(ως))=BL 12.8||ed||(Σινεουάκ̣ε(ως))=BL 8.16|Σινεου (|Ἀκ̣ε|)=Original Edition:>
lin140==> <:(γαιδ(αρίων))=BL 12.8|ed|(παίδ(ων)):>
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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SF-CEC92A COIN ROMAN

An extremely worn and corroded copper-alloy nummus of 4th century date. Issuing Emperor, Reece period and reverse type unknown due to wear.

SF-CE68A6 COIN ROMAN

A worn copper-alloy As struck for Nero (AD 54-68) dating to c. AD 64-67. Reece period 3. Reverse: no legend, Victory flying left holding shield inscribed SPQR. Mint of Lugdunum. C. RIC vol. I, no. 543.

SOM-CE5269 STIRRUP EARLY MEDIEVAL

An incomplete early medieval copper alloy stirrup strap mount, probably dating to c. AD 1000-1100. The surviving fragment comprises of the lozengiform plate, with the base and flange lost. The apex loop projects from the top corner of the plate, taking the form of a circular tab with an off-centre circular perforation. The plate is cast into four recessed lozengiform-cells, with a slightly reaise knop at the centre of the plate. The lower cell is truncated by the break, which is patinated, and contains the remains of a corroded iron rivet, suggesting it was damaged and reused in antiquity. Further traces of iron corrosion are present on the reverse, which is otherwise plain. Traces of engraved lines within the cells appear more likely to be related to the finishing and leveling of the cells, rather than decoration.Dimensions: length 39.7mm; width 30.1mm; thickness 5.05mm; weight 10.12g.Williams (1997: 70, fig. 45, nos. 289-301) illustrates a number of extremely similar mounts which he classifies as his Class A, type 12.

SF-CE3583 COIN ROMAN

An extremely worn copper-alloy As or Dupondius of 1st-2nd century date, issuing Emperor, Reece period and reverse type unknown due to wear. The coin has been struck on a somewhat irregular sub-oval flan.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SOM-CDAEC5 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy sestertius of unclear emperor dating to AD 1-200. Unclear reverse type, unclear mint. About 40% of the coin is missing to a worn break.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SOM-CD9B8A COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy nummus, probably of the House of Constantine, probably dating to AD 330-335 (Reece period 17). Probably Constantinopolis type, depicting victory going left on a prow on the reverse. The coin is badly chipped with at least 20% missing from various breaks around the edge.

NMS-CD8F8C STRAP END MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy strap end dating to the period c. AD 1300 - 1450. A rectangular sheet metal plate, tapering to a point at one end and folded widthways. The attachment end is open, the two plates jointed together by a roved copper alloy rivet. See: Egan & Pritchard, 2002, p. 126 - 127, no. 587.

SOM-CD7C48 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy nummus of unclear emperor dating to AD 340-402. Unclear reverse type and mint. The coin is broken with about a third missing.

SOM-CD6AB4 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy radiate or nummus of unclear emperor dating to AD 260-402. Unclear reverse type and mint.

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 - Submit - corrected line numbering (first line was counted as l. 2 etc.) (Thomas Backhuys)
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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-CD214D COIN ROMAN

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

NMS-CD01EF BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Incomplete cast copper alloy pin, probably from a medieval annular framed buckle, with chamfered side forming a sub triangular-sectioned shank, broken flat-sectioned loop. Extant length 37mm. Extant width 6.5mm. Probably 14th century.

NMS-CD0DD6 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of Gratian, Lyons, reverse GLORIA ROMANORVM type, mintmark OF/II(?)//[...], AD367-75

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Ekunankuga

The ziggurat of the god Šamaš at Sippar. The Sumerian ceremonial name Ekunankuga means "House, Pure Stairway of Heaven."

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-CD0097 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of Fausta, Thessalonica, reverse SPES REIPVBLICAE, mintmark SMTS[..], c.AD325-6

NARC-CCD8EF VESSEL POST MEDIEVAL

A sherd of a ceramic Vessel or possible Tile of Post-Medieval date (AD 1650-1800). The object flat with abraded breaks on all edges. The fabric is hard and soapy in texture and dark orange in colour with even oxidization and a heavily pitted surface and occasional calcite inclusions.Height: 48.70mm, Width: 35.54mm, Thickness: 17.17mm, Weight: 21.0g

NARC-CCBE68 VESSEL ROMAN

A ceramic sherd from a Vessel of Roman date (AD 43-410). The sherd is greyware and a body sherd. The fabric is fine and gritty textured with an orange inner caused by differential oxidisation. The sherd has infrequent calcite inclusions. The exterior surface is otherwise undecorated but has a circumferential striation from the wheel turning process.Height: 36.83mm, Width: 44.20mm, Thickness: 6.17mm, Weight: 10.10g

NARC-CCB1BD VESSEL ROMAN

A ceramic body sherd of a Colour Coated Ware Vessel of Roman date (AD150-300). The sherd is composed of a section concave section from a portion of the body and rim of a vessel. The sherd is composed of a hard fine, buff coloured fabric with no evident inclusions. The sherd has a dark grey/black matt, slip retained on both surfaces. The exterior surface is otherwise undecorated but has a circumferential striation from the wheel turning process.Height: 24.01mm, Width: 21.29mm, Thickness: 1.77mm, Weight: 2.4g

NMS-CCA3B5 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of uncertain issuer, York, reverse [...]RACI, bent and very worn, AD1351-1500.

NMS-CCB0A7 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Charles I, London, extremely worn and further details illegible, AD1625-49.

NARC-CCA701 VESSEL ROMAN

A sherd of a ceramic Vessel of Roman date (AD 43-200). The sherd is probable of Gaulish Samian ware. This example is probably from vessel of Dragendorff 18-31, a bowl or dish. The rim sherd has a small projecting rolled lip. The fabric is a buff orange in colour with a glossy orange-red slip on the inner and outer surfaces.Height: 41.05mm, Width: 48.5mm, Thickness: 6.38mm, Weight: 10.40g

NMS-CC988D COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver threepence of Elizabeth I, Tower, North 1998, worn almost smooth and further details illegible, 1561-82

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Ekarzagina

The temple of the god Ea within the Esagil(a) complex at Babylon. The Sumerian ceremonial name Ekarzagina means "Pure Quay"or "Quay of Lapis Lazuli."

Emeslam

The temple of the god Nergal at Cutha. The Sumerian ceremonial name Emeslam means "House, Warrior of the Netherworld."

Esiskur

The New Year's (Akītu) temple of the god Marduk outside Babylon. The Sumerian ceremonial name Esiskur means "House of the Sacrifice."

OSM location of the ziggurat of Sippar

Representative location based on an OpenStreetMap way approximating the outline of the visible ruins of the ziggurat.

New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room: Recent Additions

886 (30886)

39 verses indexed by acm
4 features annotated by acm

1149 (31149)

1 feature annotated by eve

594 (30594)

4 verses indexed by eve
1 feature annotated by eve

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Dogs & Their Collars in Ancient Mesopotamia

Among the many contributions to world culture credited to Mesopotamia is an object so familiar to people in the modern world that few pause to consider its origin: the dog collar. Throughout the ancient world, from China to Rome, dogs are depicted in works of art on a leash attached to a collar. The dog collar was so integral an aspect of the people’s daily lives that even the dogs of the gods...

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Imgur-Enlil

The great, inner wall of Babylon was called by the ceremonial Akkadian name Imgur-Enlil, which means "The God Enlil Showed Favor." According to the text Tintir = Babylon, Imgur-Enlil had eight city gates, four on the eastern side of the Euphrates and four on the western side of the river. The Assyrian kings Esarhaddon and Ashurbanipal and the Babylonian kings Nabopolassar, Nebuchadnezzar II, and Nebonidus all undertook construction on Babylon’s great wall. Imgur-Enlil is one of the seven wonders of the ancient according to some classical sources.

OSM Location of the southern curtain of Imgur-Enlil and Nemed-Enlil

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap way tracing the visible remains of the southern stretch of the wall of the inner city of Babylon.

OSM location of the northern curtain of Imgur-Enlil and Nemed-Enlil

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap way tracing the visible remains of the northern stretch of the wall of the inner city of Babylon.

OSM location of Valley Temple of Khafre

Representative location of the temple's ruins based on an OpenStreetMap node at the northwest corner of the structure.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SF-BCAC8B TILE ROMAN

A large section of a tegula type rooftile dating to the Roman period, c. 43-410 AD. The fragment consists around 25% of the original tile, demonstrating the outer body and part of the raised edge. Demonstrating a high-fired bright orange fabric, the fragment is broadly sub-rectangular in plan and 'L' shaped in profile, it survives to a length of 127.62mm, 64mm wide at its widest point, and 46.51mm thick at the midpoint of its raised outer edge. It weighs 324g.

SF-BC81AD COIN ROMAN

A worn copper-alloy radiate struck for Gallienus' sole reign (AD 260-268) dating to c. AD 260-268. Reece period 13. Reverse: FORTVNA REDVX, Fortuna standing left holding rudder and cornucopia. Mint of Rome. C.f Cunetio p. 116, no. 1215.

SF-BBBC9C HARNESS PENDANT MEDIEVAL

A complete cast copper-alloy harness pendant suspension mount/stud dating to the Medieval period, c. 1200-1400. It demonstrates a rectangular main body with a projecting circular attachment lug extending from its rear face, and a thinned section at its lower edge with a central cut-out section that is folded back on itself to form two projecting lugs with a central aperture. The latter would originally have housed the suspension loop of the pendant itself and an axis bar, though these are now missing. Preserved in fair condition with an even green patina, it measures 19.17mm long, 10.54mm wide at its lower edge, and 7.52mm thick where the lug projects from its rear face. It weighs 2.7g. A similar suspension mount is recorded on the PAS database as KENT-E217AC. Griffiths (1986) suggests that these studs were used in conjunction with the smaller 'fringing' type pendants and bells rather than the full-sized armorial examples.

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Finalization merge of branch 'HGV_metadata/finalizing/2016/01/25/SB_2…

Finalization merge of branch 'HGV_metadata/finalizing/2016/01/25/SB_26,_16784' into canonical master

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 - Submit - Text entry. (Nikolaos Gonis)
 - Vote - HGVAccept - Voting through here so that the text becomes available. No changes to HGV. (James Cowey)
 - Finalized - Ready. To make text available. Text should be linked to p.schoyen;2;27 (James Cowey)

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Ištar Gate

The Ištar Gate is the most famous of Babylon's eight city gates and is situated on the northeastern side of the inner city, directly north of the Kadingirra quarter. King Nebuchadnezzar II built the gate ca. 575 B.C.

Abul-Ištar

The Akkadian name means "City Gate of the goddess Ištar."

Imagery location of the Ishtar Gate at Babylon

Coordinates following GeoHack.

OSM Location of the Ishtar Gate

Representative location based on an OpenStreetMap way that roughly traces the outline of the ruins of the gate built by Nebuchadnezzar II.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-B72B7A COIN MEDIEVAL

An incomplete and worn Medieval silver penny of Edward I (1272-1307), minted at London. Possibly class 10cf, 1305-1310 (North 1991: 32, refs: 1040-1043).Obverse: EDWAR ANGL DNS hYB; Crowned bust facing with a bifoliate crown and wedged drapery.Reverse: CIVI/TAS/LON/DON; Long cross dividing the inscription with three pellets in each quadrant.Diameter: 19.0mm. Weight: 1.32g. DA=12:12.North, J. J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

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OSM location of the Great Pyramid

The Great Pyramid of Khufu. Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

OSM location of Tomb of Hetepheres I

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

OSM location of Pyramid of Khentkawes

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

OSM location of the Great Sphinx

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-B31AAF STRAP END MEDIEVAL

A complete Medieval copper-alloy composite strap-end (c. 1350-c. 1400).The strap-end consists of two plates of equal form as well as a small piece of decorative plate attached to the front of the terminal end. Both plates are roughly rectangular in plan with a slight decrease in width towards the bottom. At the attachment end the width is 12.9mm and the width close to the cut-out waist is 10.3mm. The width of the waist is 5.7mm. Beyond the waist, the sub-rectangular terminal has rounded corners at the base and at the front it is decorated with radiating grooves. This small piece of decorated plate and the other two plates are secured by a copper-alloy rivet. The shaft/shank of the rivet is circular in cross-section. A similar copper-alloy rivet is situated at the centre of the attachment end that kept the plates together and also secured a strap or textile. The front plate has curvilinear or wavy lines of engraved rocker-arm (zigzag or 'wriggle-work') decoration and the back plate is plain.The decoration on the terminal may form a highly devolved zoomorphic head.This strap-end is corroded in places and has a patchy green patina. The front plate has a transverse fracture close to the waist.Length: 54.8mm; width at attachment end: 12.9mm; width of terminal: 9.5mm, thickness of terminal: 3.0mm. Weight: 6.91g.A strap-end of similar form was found in a mid to late 14th century level in London (Egan and Pritchard 1991: 148, fig: 96, ref: 703).Egan, G. and Pritchard, F. 1991. Dress Accessories. Medieval Finds from Excavations in London: 3. The Stationary office/ Museum of London.

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Finalization merge of branch 'DDbDP_Editorial_Board/finalizing/2018/0…

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 - Submit - Eingabe nach Edition. In Z. 20 fehlt noch der Oberstrich. (Niklas Bettermann)
 - Vote - Accept-Straight-to-Finalization - Fine (James Cowey)
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IOW-B59C9C COIN MEDIEVAL

An incomplete, clipped and worn Medieval Irish penny of Edward IV (1461-1483), minted at Dublin. Heavy 'Cross and Pellets' Coinage, 1470?-1473? or Light 'Cross and Pellets' Coinage, 1473-1478?Obverse: [ ]; Crowned bust facing.Reverse: [ ]/[ ]/[ ]/L[ ]; Long cross dividing the inscription with three pellets in each quadrant.Diameter: 15.7mm. Weight: 0.51g. DA=12:6.

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Parthenope/Neapolis

Founded as Parthenope by Greeks in the eighth century B.C., the site eventually gave rise to Neapolis in the sixth century B.C. and was one of the most prominent cities of Magna Graecia.

OSM location of ancient theater

Location based on OpenStreetMap

OSM location of mura Greche

Location based on OpenStreetMap

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IOW-922646 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A complete and worn post-Medieval copper-alloy Portuguese 10 reis of King Juan (John) V (1706-1750), dated 1713 on coin.Obverse: D G PORT ET ALG REX (King, by the grace of God, of Portugal and the Algarve); Crowned J V, quatrefoils in between and at the sides of letters.Reverse: 1713 (quatrefoil) VTILITATI (quatrefoil) PVBLICÆ (quatrefoil); X (mark of value) with a quatrefoil in two angles, all within a wreath.Diameter: 35.3mm. Weight: 6.91g. DA=12:6.

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Melem-kurukurra-dulla

According to an inscription of the Neo-Babylonian king Nabonidus, the name of the wall of Kish was Melem-kurukurra-dulla, whose Sumerian ceremonial name means "(Whose) Radiance Spreads over (All) Lands."

Kish

Kish was an ancient city of Sumer located east of Babylon in Mesopotamia. Kish was occupied from the Jemdet Nasr period (ca. 3100 BC) until its abandonment under the Seleucids.

Seleucid Empire

The Seleucid Empire was a Hellenistic kingdom, founded by Seleucus I Nicator, and ruled by the Seleucid dynasty from 312 to 63 BCE. At its height it stretched from the Aegean Sea to northern India, but it steadily lost territory and prestige. The remnants of the kingdom were eventually incorporated into Roman territory as the province of Syria in 64 BCE.

Babylon

The ancient city of Babylon began as an Akkadian city-state founded by Amorites in 1894 B.C. The city was also the seat of the Neo-Babylonian Empire from 608 to 539 B.C.

Cilicia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 100 N4 Cilicia

tDar: The Digital Archaeological Record

MPLP - Lithic Flakes

The Mogollon Prehistoric Landscapes Project, co-directed by Drs. Margaret Nelson and Karen Schollmeyer from 2007-2013 (with Dr. Steve Swanson as a co-director in 2007-2008). MPLP built upon earlier work by Nelson and Dr. Michelle Hegmon as part of the Eastern Mimbres Archaeological Project (EMAP). The project is based in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University and the collections are housed at ASU's Center for Archaeology and Society. MPLP focuses on understanding social connections and land use during the Postclassic period (A.D. 1130-1400+) in the Mimbres area of the Mogollon region in southwest New Mexico. This collection includes all the excavation records from the project.

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Emašdari

The temple of the goddess Ištar of Agade at Babylon. The Sumerian ceremonial name Emašdari means "House of Animal Offerings." The Neo-Babylonian king Nabonidus rebuilt/renovated it.

OSM Location of Emašdari

Location based on OpenStreetMap way tracing the outline of the plan of the temple

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Semuncla

A road station during the Roman period, attested by the Antonine Itinerary. Its exact location is not known today, but may have been in the Upper Sinni Valley in southern Italy.

Semuncla

Latin name as attested in the Antonine Itinerary.

Horti Lucull(i)ani

An elite villa and garden on the Pincian Hill in Rome laid out originally by Lucius Licinius Lucullus ca. 60 BC. The present day Villa Borghese gardens still cover a portion of the Gardens of Lucullus.

OSM location of hypogeum

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Tomb of Trebius Iustus

A Late Antique hypogeum tomb discovered in 1911 and dedicated to Trebius Iustus and Honoratia Severina.

OSM location of Villa Borghese

Representative location of the Villa Borghese based on OpenStreetMap. The modern park corresponds approximately to the ancient grounds of the estate.

Torre delle Milizie

A fortified Medieval tower built adjacent to the Forum of Trajan in Rome.

OSM location of Torre delle Milizie

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Porta Collina

The Porta Collina was a gate in Rome's Servian Wall located on the Quirinal Hill. At the Porta Collina the Via Salaria and the Via Nomentana divided. Some remains of the gate were identified in 1872 on the Via Venti Settembre beneath the Italian Ministry of Finance.

OSM location

Approximate point location of the former Porta Collina based on a node derived from OpenStreetMap.

OSM location of Palazzo della Cancelleria

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Sepulcrum Hirtii

The tomb of Aulus Hirtius, consul in 43 B.C., was discovered beneath the northwest corner of the Palazzo della Cancelleria in Rome in 1938.

Ager Romanus

The rural hinterland of the ancient city of Rome.

Ugal-amaru

According to an inscription of the Neo-Babylonian king Nabonidus, the name of the wall of Cutha was Ugal-amaru, whose ceremonial name means "Great Storm, (which is) a Deluge."

Roma

The capital of the Roman Republic and Empire.

Kimmeris/Kimmerikon/Kimmerike/Cimmerium/Kerberias/Cerberion

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 87 unlocated Kimmeris/Kimmerikon/Kimmerike/Cimmerium/Kerberias/Cerberion

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Ehulhul

The temple of the god Sîn at Harran. The Sumerian ceremonial name Ehulhul means "House which Gives Joy."

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SF-8F9F06 TILE ROMAN

Two tile fragments dating to the Roman period, c. 43-410 AD. One fragment is rather flat and undiagnostic, the other is 'L' shaped in profile and likely represents the edge of a 'tegula' type rooftile. Both demonstrate blackened surfaces and deep red interiors suggesting that they have been lightly burned or subject to intense heating. Combined weight: 98.88g.

SF-8F8ED3 TILE ROMAN

Three heavily abraded rather and undiagnostic small tile fragments dating to the Roman period, c. 43-410 AD. All demonstrating high fired bright orange fabrics with occasional large inclusions. Combined weight: 57.46g.

SF-8F67DA COIN ROMAN

A corroded copper-alloy nummus struck for Constans (AD 337-350) dating to c. AD 337-340. Reece period 17. Reverse: VIRTVS AVGG NN, Virtus standing left, head right, holding spear and leaning on shield. Mint of Trier.

SF-8F4409 COIN ROMAN

A very worn contemporary copy of a nummus struck for the House of Constantine, dating to c. AD 355-361 Reece period 18. Reverse: mostly illegible but probably copying FEL TEMP REPARATIO, Roman soldier advancing left spearing fallen barbarian horseman.

SF-8F238C COIN ROMAN

A very worn contemporary copy of a nummus struck for the House of Constantine, dating to c. AD 336-341. Reece period 17. Reverse: copying GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers standing either side of a single standard. Local unofficial mint.

SF-8F1326 COIN ROMAN

A very worn, broken and corroded small copper-alloy barbarous radiate copying uncertain Emperor dating to c. AD 275-285. Reverse: illegible. Local unofficial mint.

SF-8F0614 COIN ROMAN

A very worn small copper-alloy barbarous radiate copying uncertain Emperor dating to c. AD 275-285. Reverse: illegible. Local unofficial mint.

SF-8EF0E4 COIN ROMAN

A worn copper-alloy barbarous radiate probably copying a SPES AVGG/PVBLICA issue of Tetricus I, dating to c. AD 275-285. Reece period 14. Reverse: heavily stylised female figure walking left. Local unofficial mint.

SF-8EDEB7 COIN ROMAN

A worn copper-alloy radiate probably struck for Tetricus I, dating to c. AD 271-274. Reece period 13. Reverse: legend illegible, uncertain female figure (Spes?) walking left. Gallic mint.

BERK-8E5276 SEAL MATRIX MEDIEVAL

A complete copper-alloy seal matrix of Medieval date in very good condition. The seal matrix is pointed oval in plan ('vessica'), with a raised band running down the centre on the reverse and a semi-circular lug at one end drilled with a circular perforation. On the front of the object is a central design depicting Mary seated holding the infant Christ. A solid linear border separates the device from the inscription. The inscription begins at 12 o'clock and runs counter-clockwise. The inscription reads *AVE MARIA GRACIA' (Hail Mary, full of grace), a contraction of the start of the most popular prayer to Mary and a key part of the Rosary: Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with you. A seal with a similar central image is illustrated by P. Harvey and A. McGuinness in the book 'A guide to British medieval seals' (1996; pp. 105). 14th century AD.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

The Early Three Kingdoms Period

This article was sponsored by The Creative Assembly. The Early Three Kingdoms Period in ancient China, from 184 CE to 190 CE for the purposes of this article, was one of the most turbulent in China’s history. With an ailing Han government unable to control its empire, brutal localised wars, rebellions and uprisings were rife. The capital would soon fall, followed by the Han dynasty itself, split...

Ancient History Encyclopedia in Japan

The “Ancient Japan” initiative at Ancient History Encyclopedia arose as there is a dearth of open access and digitally curated information concerning early Japanese history available online and in English. East and Southeast Asia are arguably the most exciting regions in the world today due to their respective nations’ economic growth and rich cultural heritage. While China and India...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-8E56AD STEELYARD WEIGHT ROMAN

An incomplete lead alloy steelyard weight of possible Roman date (AD 43-409).The suspension loop and hook are missing.This weight is roughly bi-conical in form. The stub of an imbedded iron suspension loop or hook can be seen at the top and bottom.This weight is corroded and pitted. The uneven surface is greyish buff.Height: 34.9mm; diameter: 33.0mm. Weight: 135.11g.

DEV-8E6433 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A Post-Medieval Silver sixpence of Elizabeth I (AD 1548-1603), dating to AD 1572. Second coinage, ermine initial mark, London mint. North (1991: 134) no. 1997.

DEV-8E0A44 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A Post-Medieval silver halfgroat of Charles I (AD 1625-1649), dating to AD 1639-1640. Group D, Triangle initial mark. London Mint. A variant not listed by North, combining the Triangle (or potentially Bell on the obverse) initial mark with an inner circle on the obverse only. Potentially a mule of North (1991: 162) no. 2258 (obv.) and no. 2257 (rev.)

WAW-8E197E COIN ROMAN

Roman coin: A copper-alloy contemporay copy nummus of an unknown Emperor dating to the period AD 306 to 409 (Reece Period unknown). Unidentifiable reverse or mint.

BERK-8D38B7 CHAPE IRON AGE

An incomplete cast copper-alloy winged chape dating from the Early Iron Age, c. 800-600 BC. The chape is missing sections from the ends of both wings and is damaged and distorted in the central section. Overall in plan the chape has two long swept-back wings which are sub-triangular section and that taper as they extend away from the hollow central section. The opening for the scabbard is of pointed-oval form with a raised collar above around the opening. This is now damaged and distorted. The lower, outer edge of the chape has a stepped moulding to the rounded basal section.Early Iron Age chapes such as this are rare finds amongst the corpus of British Early Iron Age metalwork. They are part of the British Llyn Fawr metalwork assemblage (that is Halstatt C0 or Halstatt C1a in Central European chronology) and often associated with bronze Guendlingen swords. In Britain both Guendlingen swords and winged chapes like this are often found singly and rarely in Early Iron Age metalwork hoards. Like the other two recent stray finds from Cambridgeshire (recorded as CAM-9B8BB8 and CAM-DD5580), and another fragmentary survival from Crowmarsh, also in Oxfordshire (SUR-05401D), this example is of Rieth's Barrieres (Indres)' Type (Rieth 1942; Gerloff 2004, Fig 17.9.1). It is possible that these objects were designed so that a horse rider could steady the end of the sword with their foot and draw the sword with one hand.

DEV-8D9720 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A Post-Medieval silver penny of James I (AD 1603-1625) dating to AD 1603-1604. First Coinage, thistle initial mark. London Mint. North (1991: 144) no. 2077. The coin has a large off-centre piercing, probably punched, from the obverse.

NMS-8D6DCC COIN ROMAN

Irregular copper alloy radiate of uncertain issuer, uncertain mint, reverse type Sol advancing right, weight 0.51g, c.AD275-86.

NMS-8D3F55 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy radiate of Claudius II, uncertain mint, reverse type illegible, AD268-270.

SF-8D5FAB VESSEL MEDIEVAL

Two worn and abraded body sherds of Medieval coarseware, dating c. 1150-1400. One sherd demonstrates fabric of an outer orangey colour with a buff core, while the other has a greyish buff core with an inner light brown surface. Both demonstrate frequent inclusions of sand or quartz temper. Combined weight: 31.05g.

NMS-8D536E FLAKE NEOLITHIC

Secondary hard hammer struck flake, of unpatinated black flint with a patch of thin cortex to the distal end on the left lateral edge viewed fron the dorsal face. Both lateral edges are irregularly retouched, forming shallow opposed notches to the mid-points. Neolithic to Bronze Age.

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Tibur

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

OSM location of Temple of Vesta

Location based on OpenStreetMap

OSM location of Tempio della Tossa

Location based on OpenStreetMap

OSM location of Sanctuary of Hercules Victor

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Ezida

The temple of the god Marduk as Tutu, later of the god Nabû, at Borsippa. The Sumerian ceremonial name Ezida means "True House."

OSM location of Ezida

Representative location based on an OpenStreetMap way that traces the outline of the visible ruins of the temple.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Garden of Eden

The Garden of Eden is the biblical earthly paradise created by God to be inhabited by his first human creation - Adam and Eve. Some claim that the name “Eden” derives from the Akkadian term edinu, which means ‘plain’. In the biblical tradition, the garden is often alluded to by the biblical authors as a luxuriant place, which is why it is sometimes called the “Garden...

American Numismatic Society Collection Database: Greek Department

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Phyllis Pueblo (LA 45160) - Unit 206

The Phyllis Pueblo site (LA45160) is located on Palomas Creek, a western tributary of the Rio Grande in southwestern New Mexico. Unit 206 was identified in 2009 during excavation in the adjacent room of Unit 202. The former is immediately north of the latter and they appear to have shared a common wall throughout most, if not all, occupations. In 2010, additional excavation was undertaken in the southern section of Phyllis Pueblo. This continued research was designed to answer questions about the multiple occupations within Unit 202. The strategy involved northward expansion into Unit 206, resulting in the collection of data presented here. Research plans did not call for the excavation of Unit 206 in its entirety.

Phyllis Pueblo (LA 45160) - Unit 204

The Phyllis Pueblo site (LA45160) is located on Palomas Creek, a western tributary of the Rio Grande in southwestern New Mexico. Unit 204 was identified in 2009 during excavations in the adjacent room of Unit 202. The former is immediately east of the latter and they appear to have shared a common wall throughout most, if not all, occupations. In 2010, additional excavation was undertaken in the southern section of Phyllis Pueblo. This continued research was designed to answer questions about the multiple occupations within Unit 202. The strategy involved eastward expansion into Unit 204, resulting in the collection of data presented here. Research plans did not call for the excavation of Unit 204 in its entirety.

Phyllis Pueblo (LA 45160) - Unit 202

The Phyllis Pueblo site (LA45160) is located on Palomas Creek, a western tributary of the Rio Grande in southwestern New Mexico. Unit 202 is located in the east-central portion of the site and was first excavated in 2009. An unexpected number of superimposed floors and corresponding walls were encountered. Excavation resumed the following year in order to better understand the relationship between these walls, floors, and associated artifacts. Within and adjacent to Unit 202, we encountered architectural evidence of at least four occupations in a vertical sequence. Each has a distinct floor and associated walls, although no room was excavated in its entirety.

Phyllis Pueblo (LA 45160) - Unit 202

The Phyllis Pueblo site (LA45160) is located on Palomas Creek, a western tributary of the Rio Grande in southwestern New Mexico. Unit 202 is located in the east-central portion of the site, where deposits appear to be highest and prehistoric architecture is partially overlain by an historic structure. The unit contains at least four separate occupations (Z, A, B, and C), with Z being the lowest (i.e., earliest) and C being the highest (i.e., latest). Each has a distinct floor and, ostensibly, associated walls, although no room was excavated in its entirety and for at least one floor we have not yet exposed associated walls.

Phyllis Pueblo (LA 45160) - Unit 201

Unit 201 is located in pueblo room at Phyllis Pueblo (LA45160). The site is located on Palomas Creek, a western tributary of the Rio Grande in southwest New Mexico. Based on extant ceramics and other temporally diagnostic artifacts (Floor Znd subsurface), the immediate area appears to have hosted occupations between the late seventh and early twenty-first centuries. This time frame includes the Late Postclassic period (ca. A.D. 1300-1450), a primary focus of the Mogollon Prehistoric Landscapes Project (MPLP). Phyllis Pueblo appears to have been a single-story pueblo, apparently including two plazas. Historic construction appears to have utilized prehistoric wall rock, resulting in both site disturbance and post-contact overburden. The site appears to have suffered little if any looting.

Phyllis Pueblo (LA 45160) - Unit 103

Unit 103 is a room located in the northwestern area of Phyllis Pueblo. The unit was encountered beneath a later occupation (Units 101 and 102). Unit 103 was built on the northwest side of Phyllis Pueblo, upon a surface that has a slight downwards slope to the southwest.

Phyllis Pueblo (LA 45160) - Unit 101-102

Units 101 and 102 represent a room suite located in the northwest portion of Phyllis Pueblo. Unit 101 is a rectangular room situated west of and connected by a doorway with a room referred to as Unit 102. A single (perhaps spine-) wall running east-west serves as the south wall for both Unit 101 and Unit 102. A second apparent spine-wall, four meters north of and parallel to the first, serves as the north wall of both rooms. Three shorter walls, each running north-south between the two spine walls, serve as Unit 101’s west wall, Unit 102’s east wall, and a divider wall between the two rooms. An apparent doorway passes through the dividing wall.

3-Up Site (LA 150373) - Unit 301

Unit 301 is located on the western side of Mound C in the 3-Up site. The unit was excavated through the overburden of a bulldozer cut and into intact deposits. While the small size of the unit and the lack of walls exposed limited our ability to fully understand the contexts of the cultural surfaces located in Unit 301, the excavation produced a number of artifacts and dateable samples that will provide information about the occupational history of Mound C.

3-Up Site (LA 150373) - Unit 201

Unit 201 is located in Area B, at the northern edge of a large bulldozer cut through the central portion of Area B. This excavation unit was intended primarily to allow excavators to expose a profile and examine stratigraphy in this area without doing extensive excavation or disturbing the remaining unlooted portions of the site. The unit’s location at the edge of a deep, steep-sided bulldozer cut was ideal for this purpose. No walls were visible in the portion of Area B near the bulldozer cut, so Unit 201 was simply located in a high area of the remaining mound where the bulldozer cut’s edge appeared relatively steep from the modern ground surface.

3-Up Site (LA 150373) - Unit 102

Unit 102 is located in Area A of the 3-Up Site, near the northeastern corner of a large mound along a 1 to 2 m deep bulldozed trench. This unit was selected for excavation to provide additional information on the depositional history for this part of the site. The bulldozer trench that cuts through this part of the mound revealed possible wall alignments along its length, and we placed the unit in a location where the trench appeared to have clipped only part of a prehistoric room located some distance from the previous excavations we had conducted in Unit 101. Our work in that unit suggested that the mound has a complex history of deposition from at least two and more likely three cultural time periods. Sherds visible on the surface near the location selected for excavation included probably Gila and Tularosa ware types, so we felt that excavating in this area could provide more information on construction sequences. The shallower depth of deposits that was apparent in this part of the mound was also a criteria used for selecting a location for excavating, since we had only two days to commence and complete excavation.

3-Up Site (LA 150373) - Unit 101

Unit 101 is located in Area A of the 3-Up Site, at the western edge of a large mound cut deeply by a bulldozer. This unit was selected for excavation to provide a profile of mound stratigraphy without extensive excavation of unlooted areas, and to enhance information recovered from a test-profile in the same room during fall of 2005 conducted by Roger Anyon. Anyon’s profile was excavated along the exposed north wall of the room, but was unable to confidently locate floor features due to the bulldozing activity and rodent disturbance. Unit 101 was placed against the exposed south wall of the same room and was excavated approximately 50cm further into the mound to provide better information on stratigraphic contexts.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Sushruta

Sushruta (c. 7th or 6th century BCE) was a physician in ancient India known today as the “Father of Indian Medicine” and “Father of Plastic Surgery” for inventing and developing surgical procedures. His work on the subject, the Sushruta Samhita (Sushruta's Compendium) is considered the oldest text in the world on plastic surgery and is highly regarded as one of the Great Trilogy...

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HD075686 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Claudi / Mascel/lio et Cl/emens / m(erito) s(olverunt)

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)

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HD075684 (Germania superior)

Deae Mai{i}ae / aedem a solo fe/cit G(aius) Arrius Pa/truitus b(ene)f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

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HD075682 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Addo ex / voto po/suit / pro s/alute sua / suorumq(ue) / MANNOE / diem CON(?) / SOLOAKTVV / POSO II[---] / OMES(?)[---]

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HD075681 (Germania superior)

Dian(a)e pro salute / [T]uc(i) Veri eq(uitis) R(omani) et / Tert(iae) Roman(a)e / Amandus Vic/torina <e>or(u)m

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F023217

Ludwigshafen/Rhein, Maudach ; CIL: 13, 11695.

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HD075680 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / L(ucius) Silvanius / Probus / pontes / d(e) s(uo) d(onum) d(edit)

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F023216

Ludwigshafen/Rhein, Maudach ; CIL: 13, 11695.

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HD075679 (Germania superior)

I(n) h(onorem) d(omus) [d(ivinae)] / [L(ucius)? S]ilvanius / Probus / pontes / d(e) s(uo) d(onum) d(edit)

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F023196

Vicus Iulius / Germersheim ; CIL: 13, 06095.

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HD075678 (Germania superior)

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January 11, 2018

Chronique des fouilles en ligne / Archaeology in Greece Online

MITROU- 2010

Une deuxième campagne d’étude a été effectuée en 2010 à Mitrou :
  • le tri du matériel de fouille a permis de distinguer de nouveaux fragments de défenses de sanglier : on compte actuellement 23 défenses provenant de contextes allant de l’HA à l’HR, dont onze étaient destinées à la fabrication de casques.
  • la flottation des sédiments de la tombe à chambre 73 a livré des objets précieux en or : un anneau de chaîne, une perle biconique et une tête d’épingle. Jusqu’à présent, les objets précieux avaient été datés de la dernière phase d’utilisation de la tombe, mais certains objets, comme un rivet en or, un rivet en argent et un petit fragment de perle en ambre, remontent à une phase précédente, à l’HR I-HR IIB. La flottation des sédiments provenant de tombes protogéométriques a livré des perles de faïence et des éléments ornementaux en bronze.
  • l’étude de la céramique néolithique a montré que l’occupation de Mitrou à cette époque est aussi dense qu’à l’HA et à l’HM, principalement dans la moitié Nord de l’îlot. L’étude de la céramique grise minyenne a mis en évidence sept phases de céramique mésohelladique, qui peut être placée entre les phases Pefkakia 4 et Pefkakia 5, a été identifiée à Mitrou uniquement. D’autre part, l’étude des techniques céramiques HA et HM permet de constater que la céramique est façonnée en partie au tour et en partie manuellement.
  • le matériel de surface issu de la prospection au centre Est de l’îlot a montré que l’occupation HR et PG est plus dense dans cette partie de l’îlot que dans la partie Nord-Est, ce qui confirme l’hypothèse des auteurs selon laquelle ce secteur fut occupé par un habitat, puis transformé en nécropole au HR I. Le matériel PG est dense dans ce secteur, indiquant un noyau d’occupation. L’importance de la céramique HR IIIA-B, en relation avec le matériel issu du sondage LP782 (dépôt de céramique de bonne qualité et quatre tuiles) suggère l’existence d’un bâtiment important d’époque palatiale. La céramique de surface comporte en outre une grille de cuisson ainsi qu’un ustensile de cuisine rare, qui n’apparaît que dans des contextes HR IIIB et surtout sur des sites palatiaux. L’étude des 125 figurines de terre cuite – anthropomorphes (phi/Φ et psi/Ψ), groupes et mobilier – a révélé qu’elles datent, pour la plupart, de l’HR. Les figurines de l’HR IIIB sont rares, ce qui concorde avec la pauvreté des vestiges architecturaux pour cette période. On a également pu identifier une figurine de type Baubo du IIIe s. av. J.-C., probablement d’origine égyptienne ou micrasiatique et provenant de la surface de la rue 4 (fig. 1). L’étude des outils textiles a révélé la présence, dans un seul sondage, d’une séquence d’outils sur 900 ans – de l’HA à l’époque protogéométrique. L’étude du mobilier lithique fait apparaître l’usage prédominant de l’obsidienne, avec une interruption au HR I au profit du silex.
  • les éléments architecturaux font l’objet d’une étude, notamment 175 tuiles HA et des éléments de l’édifice à abside A protogéométrique, qui indiquent que ce dernier a été détruit par un incendie.
  • enfin, une étude de la distribution spatiale des murex a été entreprise, ainsi que celle du matériel ostéologique appartenant à plus de 110 individus d’après les dernières estimations.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LVPL-78537D LITHIC IMPLEMENT NEOLITHIC

Two pieces, probably from the same small blue flint nodule. One a small flake waste removed from the lower part of the nodule with some cortex (piece 1), and another small flake with more cortex remaining on the back but with evidence of fine edge damage and smoothing on the flint interior edge probably from use (piece 2).Piece 1: 12mm in length, 12mm in width, 3.5mm thick, 0.55gPiece 2: 18mm in length, 13mm in width, 5mm thick, 1.50gTwo pieces of flint which look like very rough waste, (piece 3 & 4) with evidence of small narrow flake scars having previously come from this part of the nodule. Either total or partial white patination on the flint surface, no cortex.A separate piece in an unmarked bag, of grey flint would also fit into this category, (piece 5).One patinated tablet of flint with bulb of percussion, so has been struck from a larger piece, with the shape and edge damage along one side suggesting may have been used as a possible ad hoc scraping tool, although the damage is very rolled, which is either obscuring formerly clear use damage or potentially suggesting all the damage could be the result of natural weathering in the ground.Piece 3 - 24mm in length, 17mm in width, 7mm thick, 3.45gPiece 4 - 21mm in length, 9mm in width, 10mm thick, 2.15gPiece 5 - 14mm in length, 10mm in width, 5mm thick, 0.5gThis group belongs to a very ad hoc technology often using naturally fractured blanks and either using them largely unmodified or working them down irregularly to produce small implements. Presumably, in general the lack of effort reflects the ad hoc nature of the tasks they were required for. This kind of technology is typical of several fieldwalking assemblages from the region, and has been associated with several Mesolithic excavated assemblages (Cowell 2010, Cowell 2012). However, the ad hoc assemblages are not stratified well enough to know whether they are part of the Mesolithic activity or represent later activity at the same location. More widely, this kind of poor quality ad hoc knapping technology might be suspected of being later prehistoric (roughly middle Bronze Age, to perhaps the Iron Age). However these are only assumptions at this stage. Stratified assemblages containing this type of material are needed before they can be understood better.The ad hoc technology does not preclude them from belonging to more formal technologies associated with the Mesolithic or Neolithic and early bronze Age periods, it may relate as much to the type or size of the flint piece being knapped or even the skill of the knapper as much as being a chronological indicator, although subjectively, on balance, the later dating option is the favoured one.Ron Cowell, Curator of Prehistoric Archaeology, Museum of Liverpool.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-7975CB COIN MEDIEVAL

A clipped and worn Medieval silver penny of Edward IV (1461-1470), minted at York under Archbishop George Neville. First reign - Light Coinage, 1464-1470. Initial mark: small lis, 1465-1470 (North 1991: 88, ref: 1599).Obverse: [EDWARD DI GRA REX An]GL; Crowned bust facing, G to left and [key] to right of neck.Reverse: [CIVI/TAS]/EBO/RACI; Long cross dividing the inscription with three pellets in each quadrant, quatrefoil at centre of cross.Diameter: 15.0mm. Weight: 0.54g. DA=12:7.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

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IOW-7922D3 COIN MEDIEVAL

A possibly clipped Medieval silver penny of Edward III (1327-1377), minted at London. Treaty Series B, 1363-1369, (North 1991: 57, ref: 1264).Obverse: +EDWARD [AnGL R] DnS [hYB] (or similar); Crowned bust facing with a bifoliate crown.Reverse: [CIVI/TAS]/LOn/DOn; Long cross dividing the inscription with three pellets in each quadrant.Diameter: 17.0mm. Weight: 1.01g. DA=12:11.North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

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SF-79289A COIN ROMAN

An extremely worn large module nummus struck for either Magnentius or Decentius, dating to c. AD 351-353. Reece period 18. Reverse: possibly VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAE. two Victories facing each other, holding between them a wreath inscribed VOT/V/MVLT/X supported on a low column. Mint uncertain.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LIN-78EE37 JETTON MEDIEVAL

Late Medieval French Tournai stock jetton dating to c. AD 1415-1497. Obverse depicts a crown and the reverse depicts a triple stranded straight cross fleuretty in a four arched tressure. The edges have degraded slightly and the reverse is worn thus obscuring the legend. Overall dimensions: 26.63mm in diameter and 3.74g in weight.

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Sippar-Amnanum

Sippar-Amnanum, located at modern Tell ed-Der, was an ancient city of the Old Babylonian period and the sister city of Sippar.

Sippar-Annunitum

An alternative name for Sippar-Amnanum.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LIN-78C167 WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

A large cast and lathe turned copper alloy trade weight of late Medieval to Post Medieval date (c. AD 1450-1550). The weight is circular, flat, and decorated with two incised concentric circles at the outer edge and one in the centre on the face. The central circle is decorated with a stamped crown. The reverse is plain aside from a central perforation and a series of light concentric grooves indicating the use of the lathe. Similar examples recorded on the database include: LIN-372E1F; HESH-915723; and ESS-5736D1. The overall dimensions are as follows: 37.24mm in diameter, 3.58mm in thickness and 26.44g in weight.

BM-78A8D9 COIN ROMAN

A worn copper-alloy Roman sestertius, probably of Commodus (AD 175-192), dating to the period AD 191 (Reece period 9). Probably [SERAPIDI CONSERV AVG COS VI P P], S C reverse type depicting Serapis draped standing front, inclined right, head turned left, raising right hand and holding vertical sceptre in left. Mint of Rome. As BMC, p. 834, no. 684; RIC III, p. 434, no. 601.

WREX-781CE7 VESSEL IRON AGE

Copper alloy escutcheon in the form of a human head of possible Iron Age or Roman date (c.100BC to 100AD). The face has distinctive lentoid eyes and a simple nose, with a short straight cut line for the mouth. There are also faint traces of mould line suggesting a hairline across the forehead and down the sides of the face.The back of the object is flat. Prof Martin Henig (pers comm) suggests this may be an applique from a bucket or similar.See NCL-41DE75 for a similar example.Length: 21.79mm; width: 15.25mm; thickness: 15.05mm; weight: 16.9g

WREX-78598C COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver sixpence of William III (1694-1702)of unknown bust type. The obverse has the bust of the king facing right with the legend GVLIELMVS III [DEI ]GR. The reverse has crowned cruciform shields with crowns and the legend [MAG] BR [FRA ET HIB REX]. The coin appears to have been bent into a very slight S shape, possibly as a love token.Diameter: 20.45mm; weight: 2.2g

WREX-788028 STIRRUP MEDIEVAL

An early medieval zoomorphic stirrup terminal dating to the 11th century. A cast copper alloy, hollow backed terminal with a supporting ledge. It is in the form of a beast's head with large protruding eyes and a snub-nosed muzzle. The object is heavily corroded but the body appears to have been decorated to mimic scales. The back of the terminal is hollow and retains traces of the iron solder used to attach it to the end of the stirrup arm. This example is similar to those illustrated in figure 2 of David William's Datasheet on these objects (Williams, 1997, Stirrup Terminals, Datasheet 24, Finds Research Group 700 - 1700).Length: 43.97mm; width: 14.94mm; thickness: 13.18mm; weight: 19.9g

WREX-788FF9 BROOCH ROMAN

Fragment of a copper alloy roman Trumpet brooch, c. 1st century AD. (c.75 - 175 AD). The fragment consists of the flared 'trumpet' head of the brooch and part of the bow. The hinge mechanism, pin and catchplate are missing. The head has crescent shaped cells for coloured enamel.A very tiny piece of blue enamel survives in one of these. There is a mid-bow knob which appears to be decorated with the acanthus motif common to this type of brooch.The surface of the brooch is abraded with a pale green patina.Length: 25.99mm; width: 10.92mm; thickness: 7.53mm; weight: 6.8g

NMS-781218 SPUR MEDIEVAL

Medieval gilt copper alloy spur buckle with stumps of missing, probably oval, frame and bent rectangular integral plate and elongated projection. Plate cracked at outer edge of pin hole and two rivet holes, projection with two pairs of opposed cusps and broken across perforated lobe at terminal. Extant width 21mm. Extant length (unbent) 41mm. Form broadly comparable with that of Whitehead 2003 no.205. 13th-14th century.

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Tell al-Lahm/Dur-Yakin?/Duru(m)?

Tell al-Lahm/Dur-Yakin?/Duru(m)? is the possible location of an important first millennium B.C. Chaldean settlement. This site appears in first millennium B.C. texts together with Ur, Uruk, Larsa, Eridu, and Kullab (Uruk sanctuary), as well as in Assyrian and Neo-Babylonian texts and inscriptions.

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OSM location of Tell al-Lahm

Representative location based on an OpenStreetMap node entered on the main mound.

Kissik

City in Bit-Yakin. The Neo-Babylonian king (re)built the temple Eamaškuga, the temple of the goddess Ningal. The identification of Tell al-Lahm with Kissik is based on the discovery of an inscribed clay cylinder of Nabonidus that mentions work at Kissik.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LIN-787EFD COIN WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

A complete copper alloy coin weight dating to AD 1771. The weight is well worn but the majority of the details are still apparent on the obverse and reverse.Obverse: COIND // SINCE // 1771Reverse: D G // 5 * 8Overall dimensions: 19.4mm in diameter, 3.51mm in thickness and 6.97g in weight.

SF-783FA9 COIN ROMAN

A very worn copper-alloy nummus or possibly a contemporary copy thereof struck for (or imitating) an issue of the House of Valentinian, dating to c. AD 364-378. Reece period 19. Reverse: possibly SECVRITAS REIPVBLICAE, Victory advancing left holding wreath and palm. Mint uncertain.

LIN-785093 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A silver William III probable shilling dating to AD 1695-1702. The coin is extremely worn meaning the reverse and mint are illegible. The coin has also been bent into a rough S-shape. Along with the well worn obverse and reverse this indicates that this coin was intended for use as a love token. Coins of William III were commonly converted into love tokens and this example is the correct size for a shilling of William III, although the obverse and reverse are too worn to accurately identify the coin.The overall dimensions are as follows: 21.69mm in diameter and 2.5g in weight.

BM-78546A COIN ROMAN

A very worn copper-alloy Roman radiate or nummus of uncertain type, dating to the period AD 260-402. Both faces are illegible due to post-depositional wear and corrosion.

BM-784BF1 COIN ROMAN

A very worn copper-alloy Roman coin, probably a barbarous radiate copying uncertain late-3rd century AD ruler, dating to the period AD 275-285 (Reece period 14). Illegible reverse type.

BM-78428D COIN ROMAN

A very worn copper-alloy Roman radiate of uncertain type, probably dating to the period AD 260-275 (Reece period 13). Reverse type depicting uncertain standing female figure left with right arm outstretched. Uncertain mint.

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886 (30886)

21 verses indexed by acm
2 features annotated by acm

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Cutha

Kutha or Cutha (modern Tell Ibrahim) is located on the Upper Euphrates, north of Nippur and northeast of Babylon. The archaeological site consists of two tells. Archaeological evidence of the Neo-Babylonian period has been revealed by excavation.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LIN-78125B COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of an unknown emperor dating to AD 296-402. The coin is extremely worn, therefore making the reverse type and mint illegible. Overall dimensions: 22.13mm in diameter and 3.59g in weight.

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OSM location of Tell Ibrahim

Representative location based on an OpenStreetMap way tracing the outline of the tell.

Tell Ibrahim

Ancient Cutha is often identified with modern Tell Ibrahim.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

BM-77F0A9 COIN ROMAN

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

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OSM location of Tell ed-Der

Representative location based on an OpenStreetMap way tracing the outline of the tell.

al-Madīna

A place from the TAVO Index

Yatribu

Name of modern Medina mentioned in a stele inscription of the Neo-Babylonian king Nabonidus.

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Ashur/‘Lamban’?/‘Liba(nai)’?

Aššur, modern Qal'at Sherqat, on the Tigris river was the main cult site of the eponymous city god and a major political center of the Assyrian empire.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Theophilos

Theophilos was emperor of the Byzantine Empire from 829 to 842 CE. He was the second ruler of the Amorion dynasty founded by his father Michael II. Popular during his reign and responsible for a lavish rebuilding of Constantinople’s palaces and fortifications, Theophilos is chiefly remembered today for a major defeat by the Arab Caliphate in 838 CE and as the last emperor who supported the policy...

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Cosa

A Latin colony in south Etruria founded ca. 273 B.C.

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HD075677 (Germania superior)

[Imp(eratori)] C[aes(ari)] M/essio Q(uinto) Tra/iano Dec{c}io / Aug(usto) p(ontifici) m(aximo) trib(unicia) / [pot(estate) co(n)s(uli) p(atri) p(atriae)] / [c(ivitas) N(emetum)] / [l(eugas] ---]

HD075676 (Germania superior)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) / Val(erio) Licin(ian)o(!) / [L]icinio P(io) F(eli)c(i) / [I]nv(icto) Aug(usto) / c(ivitas) N(emetum) / l(eugas) II

HD075675 (Germania superior)

[D(is)] M(anibus) / [--- Sec]undino / [---]iae(?) et / [---]ecto fi/[lio e]orum Cl(audius) Fe/[---] soceris de / [su]o p(onendum) c(uravit)

HD075674 (Germania superior)

$] / filio d[ulcis]/simo feci[t]

HD075673 (Germania superior)

$] / [------] / an(norum) XX / Magnus / Tulli / pater f(aciendum) c(uravit)