Potamos: Digital Antiquity Data

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Tom Elliott (tom.elliott@nyu.edu)

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February 23, 2017

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

BERK-F12F65 FINGER RING MEDIEVAL

A complete cast copper alloy signet finger ring of late medieval or early post-medieval date. The finger ring is large with an internal diameter of 22.2mm. It is D-shaped in section and has an integral oval bezel rising from the expanded shoulders of the ring. One either shoulder is a Tau Cross, one clearer than the other. The bezel has a chased design of a double-headed eagle within ropework border. The finger ring could be impressed in to wax to produce a reverse of the image and act as a signiture. The size of the ring suggests it was made for a man, and may have been worn over gloves.The use of signet rings gained wider currency from the later middle ages onwards. The double-headed eagle is seen on lead tokens of Elizabeth I (AD 1558-1603) but was used across Europe during the medieval period, and is often associated with power and dominance. The Tau Cross was a symbol associated with the early Christian St Anthony of Egypt and was regarded as a form of crucifix in the Eastern or Orthodox Christian tradition. It also interested St Francis, the founder of the Order of Greyfriars.A parallel to the Tau cross on the shoulders occurs on the gold episcopal ring of Richard Mayo, Bishop of Hereford (1504-1518; Merewether 1844, 249; Cherry 1995, 151-52). Its shoulder are engraved with a tau-shaped cross filled with green enamel and below it a small engraved bell, while the inside of the ring bears the inscription ave maria (Cherry 2003, 371). Mayo's tau cross may have represented a continuing connection with Antonine hospitals which devoted themselves mostly to the treatment of the disease known as St Anthony's fire, or ignis sacer (also known as erysipelas; Husband 1992, 25; Cherry 2003, 152), as well as being invoked against plague. In 1995, there were twenty-five rings known from England or in English collections bearing the tau cross on shoulder or hoop, and sixteen of those listed are signet rings (Cherry 1995). All are fifteenth or early sixteenth century, coinciding with the popularity of the Antonines from the mid-fifteenth century to the early sixteenth century.Tau crosses include those in the British Museum (Dalton 1912, nos 528, 530, 592), Ashmolean Museum, Oxford (Fortnum Collection, 329), and V&A collection (Oman 1930, no. 542), and it is possible that some of the rings belonged to persons who were connected with the orders under the patronage of St Anthony.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

BERK-F0B477 STRAP FITTING POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete cast copper alloy fragment from a hooked strap fitting of probable post-medieval date (AD 1500-1800). The fitting can be divided into two separate parts; the body and the attachment loop. A rectangular plate of asheet copper alloy has a separate hook attached to it by way of a copper alloy rivet. This, along with two rivets at the opposing end of the plate would have helped secure a leather strap in place. The front of the plate is decorated with moulded cinque- and sex-foil designs. Through the hook remains a small looped fitting or buckle. It has a large oval loop with two smaller loops finished with a cinquefoil knop on one edge, through which the hook of the plate is fitted. The reverse of the plate and the strap loop are both plain, flat and undecorated.The design on the strap plate suggests a 17th or 18th century date, while the style of the buckle or strap loop is of c.16th or 17th century date. Therefoer a date range of c. AD 1550-1750 would seem appropriate. Also see Read (2008:231 no. 827) for a similar example, thought to be for suspending knife scabbards etc, dated from c. AD 1400-1600.

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Takrit/Birta

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 91 E3 Takrit/Birta

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-F01DFF COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of the House of Valentinian, unknown mint, reverse type GLORIA ROMANORVM, Emperor advancing right dragging captive, heavily worn, further details illegible, c.AD 364-378.

NMS-F00FAE COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nummus of the House of Constantine, mint Lyon, mint mark (star)SL[...], reverse type GLORIA EXERCITVS standard type 2, c. AD 330-335.

NMS-EFF2CA COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver halfgroat of James I, mint London, tun initial mark, second coinage, heavily worn, bent & broken, North 2105/1, 1615-16.

NMS-EFDAE4 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Edward I, mint London, obverse EDW[...]ANGL [...]S HYB, well worn, broken & bent, class 3cd, 1280-81.

WILT-EFD806 COIN ROMAN

A copper alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine dating to AD 307-318 (Reece period 15). SOLI INVICTO COMITI reverse type depicting Sol standing facing with whip and globe. Uncertain mint.

WILT-EFCBAF COIN ROMAN

A copper alloy Roman radiate or nummus of an uncertain ruler dating to the period AD 260-402, uncertain reverse type and mint.

SOM-EFBABA GAMING PIECE UNKNOWN

Circular lead piece of uncertain function, possibly a gaming counter of uncertain, Roman - Post Medieval date. The piece is disciodal with straight sides and a raised design of four ovals arranged in a square with an indented concave sided cross between them and indented border. Each raised oval has a slight central indent. On the back there are oval depressions corresponding to the raised areas on the front. The pice is 32.4mm in diameter, 6.9mm in thickness and weighs 31.8 grams.The piece appears to large to be a token and has no obvious markings as a weight although it could be a home made weight for some uncertain us. The size an decorated form is similar to counters used in a variety of board games. It is probably fairly recent but an earlier date cannot be firmly ruled out.

WILT-EFC33A COIN ROMAN

A copper alloy Roman radiate or nummus of an uncertain ruler dating to the period AD 260-402, uncertain reverse type and mint.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

WILT-EFB27D COIN ROMAN

A copper alloy Roman radiate or nummus of an uncertain ruler dating to the period AD 260-402, uncertain reverse type and mint.

WILT-EFA9BC COIN ROMAN

A copper alloy Roman radiate or nummus of an uncertain ruler dating to the period AD 260-402, uncertain reverse type and mint.

WILT-EF9D48 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman radiate of an uncertain ruler dating to the period AD 260-275 (Reece period 13), uncertain reverse type and mint.

NMS-EF8C51 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Three quarters of a silver sixpence of Elizabeth I, mint London, uncertain initial mark, second issue, extremely worn, further details illegible, North 1997, 1561-83.

NMS-EF720E JETTON POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy jetton of Damianus Krauwinckel, mint Nuremberg, rose & orb type, obverse DAMIANVS K[...]INCKEL, reverse[...]CHEN[...], pierced near edge, well worn, Mitchiner 1433, 1543-81.

NMS-EF51E2 JETTON POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy jetton probably of Hanns Krauwinckel II, mint Nuremberg, rose & orb type, heavily worn & bent, further details illegible, 1586-1635.

NMS-EF3DA1 JETTON MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy jetton of anonymous issue, mint Nuremberg, the Lion of Saint Mark type, well worn, 1500-70.

SOM-EF98DB COIN ROMAN

Probably a Roman coper alloy as or dupondius of unclear emperor dating to AD 1 to 260. Unclear reverse type, unclear mint. The coin is completely illegible and suggested identification was based on the form and module.

SOM-EF48FF MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

A post medieval copper alloy mount in the form of a triple rose, dating to the period c.AD 1550-1700. The mount has an outer edge shaped into six convex curved petals to form a rose, with knops between each petal, some worn. Decoration on the face of the mount consists of six raised oval shapes encircling six pellets enclosing a single central pellet making two inner circles of petals around the centre. The reverse is undecorated and has three integral attachment spikes placed in a row down the centre, all the spikes are broken off close to the surface with worn breaks. There is a brown patina on the surface and evidence of gilding.The mount measures 35.4mm in diameter, is 3.8mm thick including the rivets.Read (2001:.33, fig. 18, no. 271) illustrates a similar example.

NMS-EF2782 HARNESS MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval tinned copper alloy harness mount, openwork oval, one end missing, surviving end with stylised concave-sided trefoil terminal, defined by oblique engraved lines, the central foil with a dot. Incomplete integral round-sectioned attachment spikes on the reverse. Extant length 28mm. Extant width 20.5mm. 1.5mm thick. 17th century.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Heka

Heka is the god of magic and medicine in ancient Egypt and is also the personification of magic itself. He is probably the most important god in Egyptian mythology but is often overlooked because his presence was so pervasive as to make him almost invisible to the Egyptologists of the 19th and 20th centuries CE. Unlike the well-known Osiris and Isis, Heka had no cult following, no ritual worship, and...

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Ancient History Encyclopedia

Regolini-Galassi Tomb

The Regolini-Galassi Tomb is located in the Etruscan town of Cerveteri (aka Cisra or Caere) near the western coast of central Italy, around 50 km north of Rome. Cerveteri flourished between the 7th and 4th century BCE and has hundreds of rock-cut tombs from that period. The Regolini-Galassi tomb dates to c. 680-660 BCE and is one of the most important as its discoverers, Regolini and Galassi, found...

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-DD298A LACE TAG MEDIEVAL

Two medieval sheet copper alloy large possible lace chapes (Egan and Pritchard 1991, 290, fig. 188), both quite straight and with a folded tab at the base (ibid. fig. 182), c.1270 - c.1400:- overlapping seam, length 62.7mm, diameter at open end 9.5mm.- butting seam, length 91.4mm, diameter at open end 7.1mm.

NMS-DDCCCA STRAP END MEDIEVAL

Three medieval copper alloy composite tongue-shaped strap ends with forked spacers, outer sheet plates and straight attachment edges, 14th century:- incomplete and distorted, two rivets, collared knop, the greater parts of the spacer prongs and of one outer plate missing, length 35mm, width at attachment edge 10.6mm.- one outer plate only with scar in solder on reverse of spacer, one rivet, length 29mm, width 16.2mm.- one outer plate only with scar in solder on reverse of spacer, one rivet hole, length 27.1mm, width 15.5mm.

NMS-DD58E1 STRAP END MEDIEVAL

Three medieval copper alloy strap ends, each formed from a rectangular piece of sheet folded widthways, 14th - 15th century:- one rivet, length and width 13.7 and 7.2mm.- one iron rivet, length and width 17.9 and 14.6mm.- both faces tin-coated, two iron rivets, length and width 17.4 and 16.6mm.

NMS-DCE266 STRAP END EARLY MEDIEVAL

Very abraded fragment of a Middle Saxon to Late Saxon copper alloy strap end, an animal-head terminal and a short piece of the main body. No facial feature has survived on the former, but on the latter there are slight signs of the pointed or angled end of some sort of moulded or engraved motif. Perhaps Thomas 2003, Class A. Extant length, width and thickness 22.3, 10.9 and 2.2mm. Probably 9th century.

HAMP-DC567E COIN MEDIEVAL

An incomplete late medieval halfpenny of Edward IV, first reign (1461-70), Withers class 4, rose intial mark, struck at London, dating to 1464-8.Reference: North 1546 or 1608.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Female Physicians in Ancient Egypt

A famous story from Greece relates how a young woman named Agnodice wished to become a doctor in Athens but found this forbidden. In fact, a woman practicing medicine in Athens in the 4th century BCE faced the death penalty. Refusing to give up on her dreams, she traveled to Alexandria where women were routinely allowed in the medical profession. Once she had received her training, she returned to Athens...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

BM-DB6924 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of Divus Constantine I (AD 306-337), dating to the period AD 337-340 (Reece period 17). Reverse type depicting the Emperor in a quadriga right, the hand of God reaching down to him. Uncertain mint.

BM-DBEFEE COIN ROMAN

A very worn copper-alloy Roman coin, probably a nummus of uncertain type, dating to the period AD 330-402. Illegible reverse type.

BM-DBE7D9 COIN ROMAN

A very worn copper-alloy Roman coin, probably a nummus of uncertain type, dating to the period AD 330-402. Illegible reverse type.

BM-DBDEB9 COIN ROMAN

A worn copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to the period AD 330-340 (Reece period 17). VRBS ROMA reverse type depicting she-wolf suckling twins, two stars above. Uncertain mint.

BM-DBD1C2 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of Gratian (AD 367-383), dating to the period AD 367-375 (Reece period 19). GLORIA NOVI SAECVLI reverse type depicting the Emperor standing right holding standard and leaning on shield. Mint of Arles. As LRBC no. 529.

BM-DBBE8D COIN ROMAN

A worn copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Valentinian, possibly Valens (AD 364-378), dating to the period AD 364-378 (Reece period 19). SECVRITAS REI PVBLICAE reverse type depicting Victory advancing left holding wreath and palm. Uncertain mint.

HAMP-DB9B79 COIN MEDIEVAL

A medieval voided long cross cut farthing of Henry III (1216-72), class 2b-3c or class 5g, struck by Rener or Roger at uncertain mint. Dating to 1248-50 (class 2b-3c) or 1258-65 (class 5g).

BM-DBAE18 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to the period AD 348-351 (Reece period 18). FEL TEMP REPARATIO reverse type depicing a Phoenix on a rocky mound. Possibly mint of Arles.

BM-DBA015 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to the period AD 347-348 (Reece period 17). VICTORIAE DD AVGGQ NN reverse type depicting Two Victories standing facing one another holding wreaths. Uncertain mint.

BM-DB9365 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, contemporary copy dating to the period AD 335-341 (Reece period 17). GLORIA EXERCITVS reverse type depicting Two soldiers standing either side of one standard. Uncertain mint.

Papyri.info: Recent Commits to idp.data:master (Github)

I changed <expan>ἡμιαρ<ex>ταβίειαν</ex></expan> in l. 2. to <expan>ἡμ…

I changed <expan>ἡμιαρ<ex>ταβίειαν</ex></expan> in l. 2. to <expan>ἡμιαρ<ex>ταβιείαν</ex></expan> -- correcting the accent from ἡμιαρταβίειαν to ἡμιαρταβιείαν. Cf., among others, http://papyri.info/ddbdp/o.theb;;11 (line 2).


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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-DB8FCB PIN EARLY MEDIEVAL

Two Middle Saxon copper alloy pins, early 8th - mid 9th century:- flat-topped biconical head, no collar, two encircling grooves below normal collar position, shank bent into a curve and swollen towards the tip. Rogers, N. in Evans and Loveluck 2009, Type 342. Head diameter 6.9mm. Length 69mm.- globular head decorated with nine ring-and-dots and with an engraved saltire on the top, no collar, incomplete shank gently tapering to the break and probably unvaried, ibid. Type 121. The rings are punched and the dots are probably drilled. Head diameter 8mm. Extant length 38.5mm.

BM-DB8929 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to the period AD 335-341 (Reece period 17). GLORIA EXERCITVS reverse type depicting Two soldiers standing either side of one standard. Mint of Trier.

BM-DB799B COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to the period AD 324-330 (Reece period 16). PROVIDENTIAE CAESS reverse type depicting Campgates with two turrets, a star above. Uncertain mint.

BM-DB5696 COIN ROMAN

A worn copper-alloy Roman nummus of Constantine I (AD 306-337), dating to the period AD 324-330 (Reece period 16). PROVIDENTIAE AVGG reverse type depicting Campgates with two turrets, a star above. Uncertain mint.

BM-DB4683 COIN ROMAN

A worn copper-alloy Roman nummus of Constantine I (AD 306-337), dating to the period AD 321-323 (Reece period 16). BEATA TRANQVILLITAS reverse type depicting a globe on an altar inscribed VO/TIS/XX, three stars above. Uncertain mint.

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changed latin letter in l. 4, capitalized beginning of 'Mesore'

changed latin letter in l. 4, capitalized beginning of 'Mesore'


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l. 5 νομάρχων -> νομαρχῶν . Correct wrong accentuation

l. 5 νομάρχων -> νομαρχῶν . Correct wrong accentuation


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l. 11  ἐξαιρετῶ[ς] ->  ἐξαιρέτω[ς] . Correct the wrong accentuation


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Ixion

Ixion is the fiendishly wicked king of the Lapiths from Greek mythology. In an attempted seduction of Hera, he was tricked by Zeus into making love to a cloud instead, from which was born Centaurus, the founder of the race of centaurs. Ixion's eternal punishment for his audacity and complete disrespect for both humanity and the gods was to be tied to an ever-spinning wheel of fire in Hades...

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Change the font in l. 15

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Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD074755 (Pannonia superior)

$] / Dignae f(iliae) LI(?) et(?) C(aio?) [---] / Vindiciano f(ilio) viv(i) vivis fec(erunt) / et Aeliae Faustinae nep/ti an(norum) IIII et M(arco) Metilio / Domitiano nepoti / h(oc) m(onumentum) h(eredem) n(on) s(equetur)

HD074754 (Pannonia superior)

$] / And(autonia) m(ilia) p(assuum) XXII

HD074753 (Pannonia superior)

$] / e[---] / M(arcus) Aur[elius ---] / nobiliss[imu]s [Caes(ar)? ---] / a P(oetovione) m(ilia) p(assuum) [---]

HD074748 (Pannonia superior)

$]/iriae et[---] / FLM[---]

HD074747 (Pannonia superior)

$]A[---] / [---]T[-]PR A[---] / [---]pro[&

HD074746 (Pannonia inferior)

[D(eo) S(oli) I(nvicto)] M(ithrae) // [&?

HD074744 (Pannonia inferior)

Deo Soli / Invicto / Cl(audius) N(e)ronia/nus v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito) / in templo / Mucapor/is sac(erdotis)

HD074743 (Pannonia superior)

[---]EC / [---]ND / [---]XS / [---]XX

HD074742 (Pannonia superior)

$] / [---]S[---] / [---]unt[---] / annorum XXXV / [car]iss(imo) et Se[--] / [---] Probo [--] / [--]E[-]S[&

HD074741 (Pannonia superior)

[I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo] / [al]a I [---] / [---] Ca[n(nanefatium) [---] / [---]DIN[---] / [---] op(tio) [a(lae) ---] / [v(otum) s(olvit)] l(ibens) [m(erito)]

HD074740 (Pannonia superior)

Putulla / Atecur(i) [f(ilia)?] / [&

HD074728 (Pannonia superior)

Grania L(uci) f(ilia) / Procula / domo Aquil(eia) / v(iva) f(ecit) sibi et / [---]nio / [&

HD074687 (Pannonia superior)

Ap(ollini) So(li) et Sir[o]/[n]ae [&

HD074669 (Pannonia superior)

Imp(erator) Caes(ar) / Marc(us) Iul(ius) Philippus / P(ius) F(elix) invictus Aug(ustus) pon/tifex maximus tribun(iciae) / potestatis co(n)s(ul) p(ater) p(atriae) / proco(n)s(ul) et Marcia / Otacilia Severa / sanctissima Aug(usta) / con<i>ux Aug(usti) n(ostri) / vias et ponte(s) vetustate conlabs(as)(!) / per alam III Thrac(um) Philippianam / restituerunt a B(r)ig(etione) / m(ilia) p(assuum) XI

HD074640 (Pannonia superior)

DAL CATVNIM / FI ALAE INIONE / [------] / [------]

HD074639 (Pannonia superior)

[---]A[---]C[---] / [---]DL[---] / [---]LN[---] / [---]N [---]/ [------] / [---]CAFC[---] / [------] / [---]I[---]

HD074449 (Pannonia superior)

[D(is)?] M(anibus?) s(acrum) / Quintil/[---]CL[-]CL / ANTINA PV / NE et Silva/[& // $] / [---]RTI[---] / NLXXT[---] / [&

HD074392 (Pannonia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) // Septumiae(!) Marcell(a)e / qu(a)e vixit ann(os) XX Cassia / Candida fili(a)e karissi(mae)

HD074090 (Pannonia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Aurel(iae) Ursul(ae) con(iugi) / carissim(a)e ann(orum) / XLVI L(ucius) Sep(timius) Celsin(us) / vet(eranus) l(egionis) X g(eminae) viv(u)s sibi / et suis / fec[it]

HD073691 (Pannonia inferior)

M(arci) Q(uinti) Val(eri) Severiani equ(itis) / coh(ortis) III pr(a)etoriae / qui vix(it) ann(os) XVIIII / me(n)s(es) VIIII d(ies) VIII / Flavia Ianuaria mater / viva sibi et eidem / Severiano optimo / carissimoq(ue) posuit

HD072247 (Pannonia superior)

Fortunae Conse(rvatrici) / Genioq(ue) huius loci / in honor(em) T(iti?) EI(?)[-]I(?)I(?)VN / Tiberianici tr(ibuni) / mil(itum) leg(ionis) X g(eminae) p(iae) <f>(idelis) <D>ec(ianae)(?) / T(itus) Cl(audius) Valentinu[s] / cornicul{l}a[rius] / ex voto [pos]uit / V <K>al(endas) Iun(ias) Aemili[an(o)] / et Aquilin(o) co(n)s(ulibus) // Nom(ina) bb(ene)f<f>(iciariorum) / [--]LAVACI[--]O / [A]ur(elius) Avallaus / GE[-]MA[---] / F[l(avius)] Au[--]inus / SIBI[---]CO[---] / [-] Potens / Iustinus / OSIMS COC

HD071811 (Pannonia superior)

[I]sid[i] / Aug(ustae) sa[c(rum)] / Q(uintus) Iuliu[s] / [M]oderat(us) / [- I]ulius / [--]ellio [-] / [---]R(?)D(?)[--] / [&?

HD068172 (Pannonia inferior)

Soli In/victo / Val(erius) Vi/talis v(otum) / s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD068171 (Pannonia inferior)

S(oli) I(nvcito) D(eo) / pro salute / Co[r]neli / Fructi C(aius) Cor/nelius Ma/ximus / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD068018 (Pannonia inferior)

S(oli) I(nvicto) M(ithrae) / sacrum / [G]aius Fl(avius) Av/itus / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD068017 (Pannonia inferior)

[I(nvicto)] D(eo) S(oli) M(ithrae) // Cla(udius) / Patasio / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito) / Pedone / et Bradua / co(n)s(ulibus) VIII Id(us) / Iunias

HD068016 (Pannonia inferior)

S(oli) I(nvicto) M(ithrae) / pro salute Sexti / Iuv[e]nti [---]NIL / ex visu // Pannonius lib(ertus)

HD068015 (Pannonia inferior)

Deo Invicto // Mit(h)rae C(aius) / Iul(ius) Casti/nus leg(atus) Augg(ustorum) / pr(o) pr(aetore)

HD068014 (Pannonia inferior)

Deo Invicto / pro salute familiae / Ti(beri) Hateri Saturnini / leg(ati) Augg(ustorum) pr(o) pr(aetore) / Arpocras pater / posuit

HD068013 (Pannonia inferior)

Deo Arima/nio Libel/la leo / fratribus / voto dic(avit)

HD068011 (Pannonia inferior)

[--- Sy]mphorus et Ma[rcus? ---]

HD068004 (Pannonia inferior)

$ de]c(urio) // col(oniae) Aq(uincensium) aed(ilis)

HD068001 (Pannonia inferior)

Fonti / perenni / M(arcus) Ant(onius) / Victori/nus dec(urio) // col(oniae) Aq(uincensium) aedil(is)

HD068000 (Pannonia inferior)

Deo Cau/topati / M(arcus) Ant(onius) / Victori/nus dec(urio) / col(oniae) Aq(uincensium) // aedilis

HD067999 (Pannonia inferior)

Deo Cauti / M(arcus) Ant(onius) Vic/torinus / dec(urio) col(oniae) / Aq(uincensium) aedilis

HD067998 (Pannonia inferior)

Minitrae / Aur(elius) Florian/us vet(eranus) ex b(ene)f(iciario) co(n)s(ularis) / pro salutem(!) / meam(!) et om/nium meorum / numini eius / d<e>dicavi Sabino // II et Venusto co(n)s(ulibus)

HD067970 (Pannonia inferior)

D(eo) S(ancto) // I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) // Soli / Invic/t<o> pro / bono c/ommu/ni s(acrum)

HD067927 (Pannonia inferior)

Deo In/vic(to) / Cornelius / Abascant(us) / lib(ertus) Cornel(i) / Paulli p(rimi) p(ili) / leg(ionis) II ad(iutricis) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD067926 (Pannonia inferior)

D(eo) I(nvicto) / Allidius / Hermes / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD067924 (Pannonia inferior)

Invicto / De{v}o / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito) / P BO CO / M CO T B

HD067066 (Pannonia inferior)

$]/elpi / vot(um) f(ecit) lib(ens) / Atius Eu/mer

HD055045 (Pannonia inferior)

Invicto / Mythrae(!) / Nabarze / Tib(erius) Ponti/us Ponti/anus trib(unus) / lat(iclavius) leg(ionis) II ad(iutricis) / p(iae) f(idelis) d(at) d(edicat) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD040212 (Pannonia superior)

Memoriam pictoribus / duobis(!) pelegrinis(!) Launioni / vix[i]t annis L et dies(!) XI / et Secundinus vixit anni[s] / XXV et dies VII / [f]ecerunt collegas(!) e[orum](?)

HD038457 (Pannonia inferior)

$]/us Ma[--- q]/ui et Pattu/o custor(es) / armorum / coh(ortis) |(milliariae) n(ovae) Sev/er(ianae) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD038353 (Pannonia inferior)

Iovi Optimo M[ax(imo)] / Neptuno Serap[idi] / pro salut[e et] victor[ia] / et perpetuitate / [I]mp(eratoris) Caesaris / [M(arci) A]urel(i) [[Antonini]] / [Pii] Felicis Aug(usti) / [L(ucius) Al]fenus Avitianus / [leg(atus)] eius pr(o) pr(aetore) / prov(inciae) Pann(oniae) inf(erioris)

HD038317 (Pannonia inferior)

[Iun]o(?)[ni] // Regin(a)e / Aur(elius) Respectus / vet(eranus) leg(ionis) II ad(iutricis) p(iae) f(idelis) / ex voto posuit / aram / d(ono) d(edit) / Agricola / et Clementino / co(n)s(ulibus)

HD037207 (Pannonia inferior)

Soli Ae[l]/a[gabalo](!) / Aur[e]li[us](?) / [------] / [------] / [------]

HD037206 (Pannonia inferior)

Deo / Soli / socio

HD037205 (Pannonia inferior)

Soli / Invic/to Deo / M(arcus) Ulp(ius) / Petue/rnus

HD037175 (Pannonia inferior)

[D]eo Soli Au[g(usto)] [---]/[-]limus stat(ionarius) [---] / [p]ub(lici) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD037174 (Pannonia inferior)

S[o]l(i) Invic(to) / Aurel(ius) / Arbas / A[e]lia(?) / [-]in[--]/nina(?) // Sol(i) / Ael(ius) / Vi[ta?]lia/nus / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD037173 (Pannonia inferior)

D(eo) S(oli) I(nvicto) / Ant(onius) Ver/anus p(ater) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD037169 (Pannonia inferior)

Deo / Invicto / Myt<hr>ae(!)

HD032083 (Pannonia inferior)

[D(eo) I(nvicto) S(oli)] M(ithrae) / [------] / [------] / [templu]m / [vetust(ate) co]n/[lapsum r]es/[tituit ---]

HD032074 (Pannonia inferior)

Cauto // Sep(timius) / Vale/ntinus / opt(io)

HD031783 (Pannonia inferior)

Invic/to deo / [&

HD029826 (Pannonia inferior)

Invicto / Mit(h)rae P(ublius) / Ael(ius) Atta / act(u)ar(ius) le/g(ionis) II ad(iutricis) p(iae) f(idelis) / Ant(oninianae) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD023550 (Pannonia inferior)

S(oli) D(eo) / Callistus / ex voto / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD023547 (Pannonia inferior)

Sol(i) Deo / sacru(m) C(aius) / [I]ul(ius) Prim(us) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD023523 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / [------]/cius / d(ecurio) m(unicipii) A[quinc(ensium)] / IIvir i(ure) d(icundo) [---] / pr(aefectus) coll(egii) fa[br(um)] / v(otum) s(olvit)

HD023514 (Pannonia inferior)

D(eo) I(nvicto) M(ithrae) // Cael(ius) Anicetus / cum filio / suo v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) / m(erito)

HD020417 (Pannonia inferior)

D(eo) S(oli) / Iul(ius) Don/atus / s(ummus) c(urator) v(otum) s(olvit) / l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD020414 (Pannonia inferior)

D(eo) S(oli) Invicto M(ithrae) / Ant(onius) Veranus pater / pientissimus suo in loco fel(iciter) pos(uit)

HD020175 (Pannonia superior)

[---]arus(?) mil(es) leg(ionis) / [I adi(utricis) ---]R vot(um) posuit

HD020172 (Pannonia superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) D(olicheno) / C(aius) Gallonius Crispianus / |(centurio) leg(ionis) I adi(utricis) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD020166 (Pannonia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) // M(arco) Aur(elio) Polideuco dec(urioni) / mun(icipii) Breg(etionis!) ex region(e) / Dulca vico Calan(?) q(u)i / vix(it) an(nos) XXXXV M(arcus) Aur(elius) / [---]ORIT(?) / [------]

HD020157 (Pannonia superior)

[I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo)] // et Iunoni Reg(inae) / [et] Genio explo/[rator]um co(hortis?) VII(?) / [Breucorum &

HD020154 (Pannonia superior)

[------] // Sep(timius) Vibi/anus d(uplarius) / leg(ionis) I ad(iutricis) / p(iae) f(idelis) Anto/ninianae / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD020151 (Pannonia superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / M(arcus) Ulp(ius) / Viator / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD020148 (Pannonia superior)

[D]eo S(ilvano) S(ilvestri?) s(acrum) / [c]ollegius(!) / [o]pificerum(!) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito) / [c]ulina(m?) collegi / [---]s Rufus Aug(ustalis) pa(tronus?) / [---]nus(?) ma(gister?) [& // Aur(elius) For[---] / (A)el(ius) Gregor[ius] / (A)el(ius) Bassu[s] / Iul(ius) Amand[us] / Sep(timius) Secundi[nus] / Aur(elius) Secundi[nus] / Rut(ilius) Secund[inus] / (A)el(ius) (A)elia[nus] // Sep(timius) Firmus / Ael(ius) Agilis / Can(ius?) Sabinu[s] / Aur(elius) Felix i[m(munis?)] / Sep(timius) Secundu[s] / Fla(vius) Salvianus q(uaestor) / Aur(elius) Primiti(v)us / (A)el(ius) Vitalis / Car(---) Tilia / Fla(vius) Felix ar(carius) / [--- S]uperatus d(ecurio?) / [&

HD020145 (Pannonia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) // Ammonio Valentiniano / dup(lario) militi leg(ionis) I ad(iutricis) / qui vixit ann(os) XXXVII / stupendiorum(!) XX Valeria / Valerina coniugi / karissimo faciendum / c(uravit)

HD020142 (Pannonia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Aureliae Antioc(h)iae / quae vixit annum / M(arcus) Aur(elius) Antioc(h)ianus / dec(urio) mun(icipii) Brig(etionis) et Iunia / Lucilla parentes fil/iae dulcissimae f(aciendum) c(uraverunt)

HD020136 (Pannonia superior)

Deae Balti / Coccei(a) / Marcia / iuss(u) deae

HD020133 (Pannonia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) // M(arci) Aurelli(!) Crhysi(!) pueri / innocentissimi / adque(!) iucundissi/mi q(ui) vix(it) ann(os) / p(lus) m(inus) XVIII

HD020127 (Pannonia superior)

Silvano / L(ucius) Annius / Secun/di(nus) mil(es) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD020124 (Pannonia superior)

Nundina(e) / Aug(ustae) / T(itus) Flavius / Clemens / vet(eranus) leg(ionis) I a(diutricis) p(iae) f(elicis) / ex iussu

HD020121 (Pannonia superior)

Apollini et Hygiae / Q(uintus) Ulp(ius) Felix Aug(ustalis) m(unicipii) / Brig(etionis) porticum / a portis II ad fon/tem Salutis a / solo inpendi(i)s / suis fecit et / ad epulas privileg(io) colleg(ium) centon(ariorum) / haberi iussit praef(ecto) Iul(io) Sab(ino) / q(uin)q(uennale) Pr(a)esente et Extric(ato) co(n)s(ulibus) Noni(s) No(vembribus)

HD020118 (Pannonia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) // L(ucia) Caecilia Bathanae / vixit annis LXXX L(ucius) Caecilius / Viator et L(ucius) Caecilius Satur/ninus fili sarcofagum m/atri pientissimae fecerunt

HD020115 (Pannonia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) // memoriae T(iti) Atoni / Fortunati Aug(ustalis) m(unicipii) / B(rigetionis) q(ui) v(ixit) an(nos) XXXXV Iulia / Filete coniugi / pientissimo f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD020112 (Pannonia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) // Septimiae Victorinae / q(uondam) quae vix(it) ann(os) [--- Sept(imius)?] / Victor |(centurio) leg(ionis) I ad(iutricis) / coniugi karissi(mae) // f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD020109 (Pannonia superior)

D(is) M(anibus) // Cla(udium) Verecundum an(norum) III et / Aurel(ium) Celsinianum qui et / Placidium an(norum) VIII Aurelius / Celsinianus |(centurio) leg(ionis) I ad(iutricis) et Ulpia / Atticilla parentes infelicis/simi Arvi reliquias originis / suae sitos comme(n)daverunt

HD020106 (Pannonia superior)

$] / [---] leg(ionis) / XIIII g(eminae) M(artiae) v(ictricis) / Marcianu(s) / ser(vus) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

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B015403

Pfahl, S.F.: Abschied von der Reiterei. Zu den Inschriften auf den Panzerverschlüssen der sogenannten Paraderüstungen.

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HD020103 (Pannonia superior)

[[[Iul(iae)] Aq[uili]ae]] / [[Sever[ae]]] sanc/tissimae Aug(ustae) / matri castro/rum senatus / ac patriae / ordo / mun(icipii) B[ri]g(etionis)

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B015386

Mráv, Z.: Scarbantia és terrotoriuma római felirataihoz I. Közöletlen feliratok, módosított olvasatok, pontosított lelőhelyek.

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HD020100 (Pannonia superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / et Genio huiusce / loci pro sal/ute dd[[d(ominorum)]] nn[[n(ostrorum)]] / M(arcus) Ael(ius) Honoratus / |(centurio) leg(ionis) I adi(utricis) reg(ionarius) sub / cura Ful(vi) Maximi co(n)s(ularis) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito) Id(ibus) Octob(ribus) / Faustino et Rufino co(n)s(ulibus)

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B014629

Eckhart, L.: Die Skulpturen des Stadtgebietes von Ovilava.

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HD017266 (Pannonia inferior)

[I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) Iunoni] / [Reginae Mi]/[nervae Sera]/[p]idi Isid[i ce]/[t]eris di[is] / deabusqu[e] / M(arcus) Porciu[s] / Verus trib(unus) / coh(ortis) |(miliariae) Hemes(enorum) / eq(uitatae) c(ivium) R(omanorum)

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B014581

Hemmers, C. - Traxler, S.: Dir römischen Grabdenkmäler von Ovilavis/Wels. Stein - Relief - Inschrift.

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B014273

Hemmers, C. - Traxler, S.: Die römischen Grabdenkmäler von Oberösterreich. Ein Überblick.

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HD006062 (Pannonia inferior)

I(nvicto) D(eo) sacru(m) / pro salute / G(ai) Iuli Victori/n(i) dec(urionis) col(oniae) A(quincensium) / q(uin)q(uennalis) G(aius) Iul(ius) Pri/mus libert/us v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito) Sat(urnino) / et Gal(l)o co(n)s(ulibus) // X Kal(endas) Mai(as)

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HD002986 (Transpadana (Regio XI))

C(aius) Plinius L(uci) f(ilius) Ouf(entina) Caecilius [Secundus co(n)s(ul)] / augur legat(us) pro pr(aetore) provinciae Pon[ti et Bithyniae pro]/consulari potesta[te] in eam provinciam e[x senatus consulto ab] / Imp(eratore) Caesar(e) Nerva Traiano Aug(usto) German[ico Dacico p(atre) p(atriae) missus] / curator alvei Tiberis et riparum et [cloacarum urbis] / praef(ectus) aerari Saturni praef(ectus) aerari mil[itaris pr(aetor) trib(unus) plebis] / quaestor imp(eratoris) sevir equitum [Romanor(um) turmae ---] / trib(unus) milit(um) leg(ionis) [III] Gallica[e in provincia Syria Xvir stli]/tib(us) iudicand(is) therm[as ---] adiectis in / ornatum HS CCC(trecentis milibus nummum) [--- et eo amp]lius in tutela[m] / HS CC(ducentis milibus nummum) t(estamento) f(ieri) i(ussit) [item in alimenta] libertor(um) suorum homin(um) C / HS CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCCMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMCCCCCCXXXXXXVI (decies octies centena milia et sexaginta sex milia cum sescentis sexaginta sex nummum) rei [p(ublicae) legavit quorum inc]rement(a) postea ad epulum / [p]leb(is) urban(ae) voluit pertin[ere --- vivu?]s dedit in aliment(a) pueror(um) / et puellar(um) pleb(is) urban(ae) HS [D(quinquaginta milia) --- et] in tutelam bybliothe/cae HS C(centena milia)

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B007178

Paulovics, S.: II. Unveröffentlichte Denkmäler aus Brigetio in verschiedenen Sammlungen.

February 21, 2017

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SOM-CC8231 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy nummus of unclear emperor dating to AD 330 to 402. Unclear reverse type. Unclear mint.

SOM-CC63A1 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval silver halfgroat of Elizabeth I dating to the period AD 1591 to 1594. Third coinage, initial mark tun. Minted at London. North (1991:137) no.2016.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SOM-CC409B COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval silver threepence of Elizabeth I (1558-1603) possibly dating to AD 1567 over stamped on 1566 (on coin). Initial mark possibly coronet. Minted at London. North (1991:135) no.1998.

SOM-CBE414 COIN MEDIEVAL

Medieval silver cut halfpenny of John or Henry III, dating from AD 1213 to 1222. Short cross class 6b to 7a. Minted by Abel at London.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SOM-CBC16C BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Post medieval cast copper alloy double loop buckle frame missing its pin. The loops are D-shaped in plan and triangular in section with an angled front and inner side and flat back. There is a semicircular expansion on the outer side at the centre of the outer edges of both loops and at either end of the strap bar. The expansions have four raised lines separated by three incised lines angling in to meet at a point on the inner side, giving a scallop shell like design. The strap bar is narrowed. The frame is 47.5mm long, 27.0mm wide and weighs 6.15 grams.Whitehead (2003:65) illustrates a similar example, no.403, with five rather than four lobes to the expansion on the loop which he dates to c. AD 1550-1650. SOMDOR-4CA602 on this database is also similar.

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910 (30910)

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Pleiades: Recently Modified

Issa (island)

An island in the Adriatic, known today as Vis (Croatian) and Lissa (Italian).

Lissa (island)

An island in the Adriatic, known today as Ugljan/Ugliano.

Lissa

Modern Italian name of the island of Vis (ancient Issa). Not to be confused with the ancient island of Lissa (modern Ugliano/Ugljan).

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Vis

OSM Location of Vis

Location based on OpenStreetMap

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OSM Location of Ugljan

Polygon representing the perimeter of the modern, derived from an OpenStreetMap relation.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

GLO-C68CBC COIN ROMAN

~~A copper alloy radiate, unreadable emperor dated to AD 260-275 (Reece 13) Obverse: radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: figure standing [...]

GLO-C688C6 COIN ROMAN

~~A copper alloy radiate, unreadable emperor dated to AD 260-275 (Reece 13) Obverse: radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: figure standing [...]

GLO-C68484 COIN ROMAN

~~A copper alloy radiate, unreadable emperor dated to AD 260-275 (Reece 13) Obverse: radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: figure standing [...]

GLO-C67C83 COIN ROMAN

~~A copper alloy radiate, unreadable emperor dated to AD 260-275 (Reece 13) Obverse: radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: figure standing [...]

GLO-C66E99 COIN ROMAN

~~Copper alloy radiate of Claudius II dated to AD 268-270. (Reece 13) Obverse: radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: figure standing [...]

GLO-C6412E COIN ROMAN

~~Copper alloy Barbarous radiate copying a coin of Claudius II (268-270) these copies are commonly dated to AD 275-285. (Reece 14) Obverse: Retrograde radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: retrograde figure standing [...]

GLO-C636DC COIN ROMAN

~~Copper alloy Barbarous radiate copying a coin of Claudius II (268-270) these copies are commonly dated to AD 275-285. (Reece 14) Obverse: Retrograde radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: retrograde figure standing [...]

GLO-C62D56 COIN ROMAN

~~A copper alloy barbarous radiate, unreadable emperor dated to AD 275-285 (Reece 14) Obverse: Retrograde radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: retrograde figure standing [...]

GLO-C629C5 COIN ROMAN

~~A copper alloy barbarous radiate, unreadable emperor dated to AD 275-285 (Reece 14) Obverse: Retrograde radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: retrograde figure standing [...]

GLO-C624BE COIN ROMAN

~~A copper alloy barbarous radiate, unreadable emperor dated to AD 275-285 (Reece 14) Obverse: Retrograde radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: retrograde figure standing [...]

GLO-C62094 COIN ROMAN

~~A copper alloy barbarous radiate, unreadable emperor dated to AD 275-285 (Reece 14) Obverse: Retrograde radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: retrograde figure standing [...]

GLO-C61C54 COIN ROMAN

~~A copper alloy barbarous radiate, unreadable emperor dated to AD 275-285 (Reece 14) Obverse: Retrograde radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: retrograde figure standing [...]

GLO-C619E9 COIN ROMAN

~~A copper alloy barbarous radiate, unreadable emperor dated to AD 275-285 (Reece 14) Obverse: Retrograde radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: retrograde figure standing [...]

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

GLO-C5FF3C COIN ROMAN

~~A copper alloy barbarous radiate, unreadable emperor dated to AD 275-285 (Reece 14) Obverse: Retrograde radiate bust facing right [...] Reverse: retrograde figure standing [...]

WMID-C605A6 KEY (WINDING) POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete cast copper alloy clock key of Post Medieval dating (17th to 18th Centuries AD).Approximately 75% of the key is present, consisting of the handle / loop and part of the stem. The bit is missing, presumably lost in antiquity. The key has a double loop handle, the upper, smaller, loop being for suspension. The stem has a circular section and a double collar. The shank is hollow. The handle is decorated with simple engraved shapes.The key measures 54.5 mm in length, 25.1 mm wide and 8.0 mm thick. It weighs 13.4 g.The key is a mid to dark green colour, with an even surface patina.Several similar keys have been recorded on the PAS database including: SUR-396EFB, SUR-CD2308, GLO-293444, SUR-17CEC6, WILT-08B192, SOM-E22CA1, SOMDOR-610C01, NARC-143886 and BH-F63651. All are considered to be 17th to 18th Centuries AD in dating.

GLO-C5E755 COIN ROMAN

~~Copper alloy Barbarous radiate copying a coin of Claudius II (268-270) these copies are commonly dated to AD 275-285. (Reece 14) Retrograde radiate bust facing right [...]/ Retrograde flaming altar with horned roof [...]

GLO-C5C6DF COIN ROMAN

~~Nummus of the Cruspus dated to AD 318-324 (Reece 16), Obverse: Left facing helmeted bust CRISPVS NOB CAES Reverse: globe on altar BEATA TRANQVILLITAS

GLO-C5AF9A COIN ROMAN

~~Copper alloy nummus of the house of Constantine Date AD348-350 (Reece 18) Diadem, cuirassed bust facing left [...] / soldier dragging a captive from a hut [FEL TEMP REPARATIO]

GLO-C598B7 COIN ROMAN

~~Coper alloy nummus of the House of Constantine dated to AD 348-351 (Reece 18) [...] diademed, draped bust right / phoenix on globe [FEL TEMP REPARATIO]

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2370 (32370)

6 verses indexed by saskia.dirkse
19 features annotated by saskia.dirkse

276 (30276)

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LIN-C5378E COIN ROMAN

A worn late Roman copper alloy nummus of Magnentius AD.350-353 or Decentius AD.351-353. SALVS DD NN AVG ET CAES reverse type depicting a Chi Rho.

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Ancient Egyptian Medical Texts

Medicine in ancient Egypt was understood as a combination of practical technique and magical incantation and ritual. Although physical injury was usually addressed pragmatically through bandages, splints, and salves, even the broken bones and surgical procedures described in the medical texts were thought to have been made more effective through magic spells. These spells were recorded in the medical...

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Etruscan Language

The language of the Etruscans, like the people themselves, has remained somewhat mysterious and has yet to be fully understood. The alphabet used a western Greek script, but the language has presented difficulties to scholars because it is unrelated to contemporary Indo-European languages and the surviving examples of it are largely limited to very short inscriptions, the majority of which are proper...

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81 (30081)

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2736 (32736)

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Treba

Treba (modern Trevi nel Lazio) was originally a settlement of the Aequi.

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2201 (32201)

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2200 (32200)

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2772 (32772)

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Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD074698 (Pannonia inferior)

Deo [So]<l>i / Invicto / [&

HD074564 (Pannonia inferior)

$]RO[---] / [---]IIII FF[&

HD074562 (Pannonia inferior)

$]DI / [---]C / [---]VSE / [---]L / [---]V / [---]IS / [&?

HD074561 (Pannonia inferior)

Titulum quem / t(estamento) f(ieri) i(ussit) / faciendum cur(avit)

HD074559 (Pannonia inferior)

$?] / [---]issia / [--- ad]ulescenti ex pro/[vincia ---] inf(eriore) Ael(ia) Victoria / [---]M Augg(ustorum) nn(ostrorum) fratr(i)

HD074558 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / dec(urio) col(oniae) / Sirmiens(is)

HD074348 (Pannonia inferior)

Imp(erator) Caes(ar) M(arcus) Aurel(ius) / Antoninus Aug(ustus) / trib(unicia) potest(ate) XV co(n)s(ul) III et / Imp(erator) Caes(ar) L(ucius) Aurelius / Verus Aug(ustus) / trib(unicia) potest(ate) co(n)s(ul) II / divi Antonini fili(i) / divi Hadriani nepotes / divi Traiani Parthici / pronepotes / divi Nervae abnepotes / Sirmi / m(ilia) p(assuum) III

HD074220 (Pannonia inferior)

[Ne]ptuno / [L(ucius) Fl]avius Sae/[cu]laris trib(unus) / [v(otum) s(olvit)] l(ibens) m(erito)

HD074219 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / Dalmata / mil(es) coh(ortis) II / Alpinor(um) vex(illarius) / ann(orum) XXX stipen/dior(um) XVI / [&

HD074195 (Pannonia inferior)

[---]s / [---]ali f(ilius) Derini / [eq(ues)? al]ae II Pannon(iorum) / [vixit ann(os)] XXXII / [---]s

HD074140 (Pannonia inferior)

[Imp(erator) Caes(ar) Nerva Tr]aianus d[ivi Nervae f(ilius) Aug(ustus) ---?] / [&

HD073822 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / [--- caris]simis [---?] / [---]S [b(ene)]f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) [---?] / [---] posuit

HD073704 (Pannonia inferior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Sep(timius) Valens / c(ustos) a(rmorum) coh(ortis) II / v(otum) p(osuit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD073610 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / Civilis / dec(urio) col(oniae) ann(orum) L / et C(aius) Iul(ius) C(ai) f(ilius) / Florus dec(urio) col(oniae) / ann(orum) XX et Iuliae / Festae ann(orum) XII / Anicia [M]a[cr]ina / marito et fili(i)s

HD073602 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / et E(?)?[--- Vic?]/torin[--- con]/iug[i ---] / T(itus) Fl(avius) E[---] / [&?

HD073587 (Pannonia inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / P(ubli--?) Ae(li--?) [---] / [&

HD073568 (Pannonia inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Aur(elius) Simplicius / [vix(it)?] ann(os) V[---?] / [&

HD073555 (Pannonia inferior)

mp(eratori) Caes(ari) / L(ucio) Sept(imio) Seve/ro Pio Pert(inaci) / Aug(usto) Arab(ico) / Adiab(enico) Pa[rt(hico) m(aximo)] / [div(i) M(arci) f(ilio) div(i) Com(modi)] fr(atri) / div(i) Anton(ini) Pi(i) nep(oti) / divi <Ha>d(riani) pron(e)p(oti) / div(i) Tr(aiani) Part(hici) abn(e)p(oti)/ div(i) Ner(vae) abn(e)p(oti) p(atri) p(atriae) / imp(eratori) XI tr(ibunicia) p(otestate) VI co(n)s(uli) II proco(n)s(uli) et / [I]mp(eratori) M(arco) Aur(elio) Ant(onino) Aug(usto) L(uci) Sep(timi) / Sever(i) Pert(inacis) Aug(usti) n(ostri) [f(ilio)] / div(i) Ant(onini) n(e)p(oti) div(i) / Ant(onini) Pii pronep(oti) / div(i) Hadr(iani) abn(e)p(oti) / [[------]] / div(i) Tr(aiani) Part(hici) et div(i) / Nerv(ae) abn(e)p(oti) et / L(ucio) [[[Sept(imio) Geta(e) Caes(ari)]]] Aug(usti) n(ostri) / fil(io) cur(ante) Tib(erio) Cl(audio) Clau/diano leg(ato) Augg(ustorum) / pr(o) pr(aetore) / a Sirmi(o) / m(ilia) p(assuum) III

HD073533 (Pannonia inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) Maximina annos vixit / XXVII Gorgonius memori/am posuit compari su(a)e / carissim(a)e de provincia / Dalmatia defuncta penus / colonia Sirmi Manibus / posita memoria

HD071169 (Britannia)

Coh(ortis) IIII pr(incipis) pos(terioris) / |(centuria) Iul(i) Vitalis

HD071128 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / coh(ors) IIII / Gallorum / c(ui) p(raeest) Volcaci/us Hospes / pr(a)ef(ectus) eq(uitum)

HD071062 (Britannia)

Pro salute / d(omini) n(ostri) maximi ac / fort(issimi) imp(eratoris) Caes(aris) / M(arci) Aurel(i) [Anton(ini)] / [P(ii) F(elicis)] Aug(usti) [--]OC / [---]V[---]VST / [---]O aedif(icavit)

HD070902 (Britannia)

Imp(erator) Caes(ar) M(arcus) Aur(elius) Seve/rus Alexander P(ius) Fel(ix) / Aug(ustus) horreum vetu/state conlabsum(!) mil(itibus) coh(ortis) II Asturum S(everianae) A(lexandrianae) / a solo restitverunt / provincia(m) regente [---] / Maximo leg(ato) [Aug(usti) pr(o) pr(aetore) cur(ante)] / Val(erio) Martia[le ] [leg(ionis) ---] / [F]us[co II et Dextro co(n)s(ulibus)]

HD070856 (Britannia)

Genio / praetori / sacrum Pi/tuanius Se/cundus prae/fectus coh(ortis) IIII / Gall(orum)

HD070818 (Britannia)

Coh(ortis) I |(centuria) Iu/li Candid(i)

HD070817 (Britannia)

Leg(io) XX / V(aleria) v(ictrix)

HD070816 (Britannia)

Coh(ors) VII

HD070815 (Britannia)

|(centuria) p(rimi) p(ili)

HD070813 (Britannia)

D(is) [M(anibus)] / [---]

HD070812 (Britannia)

Civilis [-]

HD070809 (Britannia)

Imp(eratoris) Ga[e]s(aris) Traian(i) / Hadrian(i) Aug(usti) / leg(io) I[I] Aug(usta) / A(ulo) Platorio [N]epote leg(ato) pr(o) p[r(aetore)]

HD070808 (Britannia)

[---] / [---]ir fecit

HD070807 (Britannia)

Candi(di)a/na XXII

HD070804 (Britannia)

|(centuria) Iuli / Candid(i) / f(ecit)

HD070762 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) [M(aximo)] / et Numinibus / [---] / [---] / [---] / [---]rius / [-]upe[---] / [p]raefectu[s]

HD070761 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / et Numinibus / Aug(ustorum) coh(ors) I Tu/ngrorum / mil(liaria) cui praee/st Q(uintus) Verius / Superstis / prae[fec]tus

HD070437 (Britannia)

[Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) di]vi Sept(imi) [Severi Pii Arabici Adi]abenic[i Parthici Maxi]mi Bri[tannici Maxi]mi filio di[vi Antonini Pii] / [Germanici] Sarmati[ci nepoti divi Anton]ini Pii pro[nepoti divi H]adriani a[bnep(oti) divi Traian]i Partichi et [divi Nervae adnep(oti)] / [M(arco) Aurelio] Anton[ino Pio Fel(ici) Aug(usto) Parth]ico Maxim[o Britannico Maximo Germanico Maximo] trib(unicia) potesta[te XVI imperatori II] / [patri pat]ri(a)e proconsuli pro [pietate ac dev]otione com[muni e]t Iu[liae Domnae Piae Fel(ici) Aug(ustae) Ma]tri August[i nostri item] / [castroru]m senatus {h}ac patri(a)e pro [pi]etate {h}ac d[evoti]one [communi curante] [[[C(aio) I]ulio Marco]] [leg(ato)] Aug(ustorum) [pr(o) pr(aetore)] / [coh(ors) I Van]gionum item Raeti Gae[sa]ti et Expl[oratores Habitancenses] posuerun[t d(evoti) n(umini) m(aiestati) q(ue) eorum]

HD070425 (Britannia)

Marti / Victor[i] / [--]RRON[---] / Au[r(elio)] EINV / trib(uno) [c(uram)] ag(ente)

HD070417 (Britannia)

[D]e[o] / (H)e[r]cul[i G(aius)] / V[al(erius)] Lon/[g]inu[s] / trib(unus) / [---]

HD070413 (Britannia)

Fortunae / sacrum G(aius) / Valerius / Longinus / trib(unus) // [F]ortun[ae] sacrum G(aius) / Val(erius) Longinus trib(unus)

HD070383 (Britannia)

[--- em]erit[o ex e]q(uite) alae [---] / [---]ae

HD070264 (Britannia)

[F]ortunae / sanctae / M(arcus) Val(erius) Fulvianu[s] / praef(ectus) eq(uitum) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(aetus) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD070228 (Britannia)

Deo Ma/[rt]i Cocid(io) / sancto Aeliu[s] / Vitalianus / d(ono) d(edit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD070145 (Britannia)

[cu]i p[r]aee[st] / Septimenus / Rusticus pref(ectus) / Materno et Bra/dua co(n)s(ulibus)

HD070133 (Britannia)

Deae Bel/lonae Rufi/nus prae[f(ectus)] / eq(uitum) a[l]ae Aug(ustae) / et Lat[i]nia/nus fil(ius)

HD070130 (Britannia)

[D]eae Ae[tern]/ae te[mplum] / L(ucius) Vater[ius Mar]/cellus [praef(ectus) eq(uitum)] / rest[ituit]

HD070046 (Britannia)

Deo Silvan[o] / coh(ors) II Ling[on(um)] / cui praees[t] / G(aius) Pompeius M(arci) [f(ilius)] / Saturnin[us]

HD069995 (Britannia)

[---] / [---] / [---]us Aem[ilian]us [pr]/[aef(ectus) eq(uitum) co]h(orti) I Thrac[um] ins(tante) / [---]llo praef(ecto) / [---] fecit

HD069989 (Britannia)

D(e)ae Fortunae / Virius Lupus / leg(atus) Aug(usti) pr(o)pr(aetore) / balineum vi / ignis exust/um coh(orti) I Thr/acum resti/tuit curan/te Val(erio) Fron/tone praef(ecto) / eq(uitum) alae Vetto(num)

HD044214 (Pannonia inferior)

M(ilia) p(assuum) V / Imp(erator) Caes(ar) Fla(vius) Iul(ius) / Constantius Pius Fel(ix) / Aug(ustus) victor maximus / triumfator aeternus / divi Constantini optimi / maximique principis divo/rum Maximiani et / Constanti nepos divi / Claudi pronepos ponti/fex maximus Germanic(us) / Alama<n>nicus maximus / Germ(anicus) max(imus) Go<th>icus / maximus Adiab<e>n(icus) max(imus) / tribuniciae potestatis / XXXI imp(erator) XXX consul{i} VII / p(ater) p(atriae) proconsuli viis muni/tis pontibus refecti(s) / recuperata re publica / quinarios lapides per Il/lyricum fecit / ab Atrante ad flumen / Savum milia passus / CCCXLVI

HD034957 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / [---] fili[is?] / [--- p?]ater / [--- viv?]us / [--- s]uis

HD034848 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / ES[---] / AVOS[---]/m sola[---] / merito [---]/rus ubi M(?)[---] / [-](?)PR[---] / [&

HD034838 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / [---]CREATE[---] / [--- t]ribus m[ensibus] / [qui]nque d[iebus] / [---]OTAP[---] / [&

HD034836 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / [---] def[unct---] / [---] vixit [---] / [---]O(?) BO[---] / [&

HD034834 (Pannonia inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Aur(elia) Asc<l>e/piodota vixit / an(nos) XIIII Aur(elius) Alex/sander(!) s(orori) c(arissimae) p(osuit) / c(---) p(---) f(---)

HD034833 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / [---] L(ucius) Mu[---] / [---? omnibus?] honori[bus? functus?] / d(edit) d(edicavit) / [l(ocus)] d(atus) d(ecreto) [d(ecurionum)]

HD034830 (Pannonia inferior)

Libero Pa/tri sacr(um) / C(aius) Antonius / Sabinus b(ene)f(iciarius) c[o(n)]s(ularis) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD034606 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / votum quod / voverat et / solvit

HD034605 (Pannonia inferior)

[------] / [---]T(?)I(?)us [et?] / [- P?]ontius Da[l]matius fil(ius) / vot(um) lib(entes) mer(ito) / posuer(unt)

HD034604 (Pannonia inferior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / L(ucius) Licinius / Urbicus / b(ene)f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) / v(otum) l(ibens) s(olvit) m(erito)

HD033677 (Pannonia inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / M(arco) Ulp(io) Tito / Sirmi(o) / |(centurio) leg(ionis) II adi(utricis) p(iae) f(idelis) leg(ionis) I ad(iutricis) / leg(ionis) XIII g(eminae) leg(ionis) V Mac(edonicae) / leg(ionis) XIIII g(eminae) leg(ionis) II adi(utricis) / [&

HD033674 (Pannonia inferior)

$?] / [---]ONIOE[---] / [---]ONSS A[---] / [---]ONINI [---] / [---]MEN[---] / [&?

HD033673 (Pannonia inferior)

[---]ratilla Papia Sera[---]

HD033672 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / Samm[o]/nius(?) Sam/minus / im(a)g(inifer) leg(ionis) / VIII Aug(ustae) / fecit Veri/na co(n)iux

HD033670 (Pannonia inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Ael(io) Ingennuo(!) clav/iculario ex officio / pr(a)esides deci(dit) in bel(lo) / Aelia Procella con/iugi karissimo me/moria(m) posuit / Septi(mio) Decorato / claviculario ex offici(o) / pr(a)esides deci(dit) in b<e>l(l)o / Aelia Basilissa coniugi / karissimo memoria(m) posuit

HD021166 (Britannia)

$] / curan(te) Valerio / Lup[e]rco praef(ecto) / coh(ortis) II Ling(onum)

HD014651 (Pannonia inferior)

$] / [---]IVCI[--] / parentes / [e](?)t Petronius / [S]eptumianus(!)

HD012252 (Britannia)

Victoriae / [Au]gg(ustorum) Alfe/no Senecio/n[e] co(n)s(ulari) felix / ala I Asto(rum) /[--]M pra(efecto)

HD009820 (Pannonia inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Gratius Artilleus / et Cludius(!) Glamo/sus ||(centuriones) leg(ionis) VIII Aug(ustae) / bello Serdicensi / desideratis scho/la ||(centurionum) leg(ionis) s(upra) s(criptae) colle/gis bene meren/tibus d(e) s(e) [p(osuit)](?)

HD007911 (Pannonia inferior)

[Imp(erator) Caes(ar)] / [M(arcus) Aurel]ius / [[[Severu]]]s / [[[Alexan]]]der Pius / [Fel]ix Augustus / [pon]tifex maximus / [tribu]niciae potestatis / VIIII co(n)s(ul) III p(ater) p(atriae) restituit / ab Aquinco / m(ilia) p(assuum) CCXXV

February 20, 2017

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WMID-B1E7B8 SPINDLE WHORL POST MEDIEVAL

A lead alloy spindle whorl of Medieval to Post-Medieval date, circa (AD 1100-1600). In plan the spindle whorl is sub-circular and in profile is bi-convex. There is a central sub-circular perforation which is 9.03mm in diameter. One face has been decorated with a raised cast design consisting of a repeating pattern of radiating ribs with pellets in between, although the original detail is now very worn. The opposing face has a circumferential rib in light relief, again the surfaces have been worn. The surface of the spindle whorl has a cream to grey in coloured patina.There are many spindle whorls recorded on the database, (WMID-2A2269) was discovered in the Staffordshire and (WMID-B1DE0D) near Walsall in the West Midlands. Spindle whorls are used for a long period of time and as such are very difficult to date precisely without other evidence (such as pottery).The spindle whorl measures 26.68 mm in dimater, 7.9 mm in thickness and weighs 26.1 grams.

WMID-B6698C VESSEL POST MEDIEVAL

A fragment from a cast copper alloy cooking vessel of Medieval to Post Medieval dating, circa AD 1250-1750. The fragment is possibly from a vessel leg and has a broadly trapezoidal cross section with a flat outer face and curved internal edge. The foot flares outwards slightly. All the edges have been damaged. The surfaces are abraded and have a mid-green coloured patina. It is uncertain what type of vessel this fragment comes from, but Egan (1998) comments that commonly used cooking vessels in the Medieval period include skillets, ewers, and cauldrons. Butler, Green and Payne (2009) illustrate copper-alloy cooking vessels on page 2 and discuss how cauldrons, posnets and later skillets were commonly used from about AD 1100 for down hearth cooking, with the vessel sitting among the embers or suspended over the fire.The leg measures 60.49mm length, 55.14mm wide and 5.07 mm thick. It weighs 108.5 grams.Length: 60.49 mm

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WMID-B5D920 SPOON POST MEDIEVAL

Two fragments of a lead alloy spoon of probable Post Medieval date, circa AD 1500 - 1700. A fragment of the bowl survives along with a short length of the stem. The stem is broadly 'D' shaped in section with a flat underside and a rounded upper edge. The shallow bowl is wide and all the outer edges are damaged. On the reverse of the spoon the width of the stem continues on to the bowl as a channel with a recess at either side. The spoon has a dark grey coloured patinaThe two fragments together measure 80.81 mm long, 37.27 mm wide across the bowl and 6.26 mm thick at the stem. The spoon weighs 28.6 grams.

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WMID-B566AB UNIDENTIFIED OBJECT POST MEDIEVAL

A lead button or possible fabric weight of uncertain date, possibly Post Medieval, circa AD 1600 - 1900. The object is hexagonal in form and has two circular perforations in the centre suggesting that it was used as a button. The object has a mid-cream coloured patina. The object has been bent and distorted possibly in the plough soilThe object is similar in size and weight to SWYOR-495286 discovered in Yorkshire which is suggested as possibly too large and heavy to fasten clothing, so may have been a hem weight for a large item such as curtains.The object measures 54.58 mm diameter, 3.48 mm thick and weighs 59.3 grams.

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LEIC-B4F517 COIN MEDIEVAL

Medieval silver penny of an uncertain ruler from the York Mint. The coin is in very poor, worn condition, is 18mm in diameter and weighs 0.88g.

LEIC-B4DA82 SPOON POST MEDIEVAL

Cast pewter or lead alloy object, possibly the terminal from a large spoon or a badge or plaque. One face is plain, the other shows the faint design of a female bust (possibly a queen) facing left, with two opposed cherubs hovering above the bust at either side holding a crown above her head. The object is in fair condition, is 30mm long, 25mm wide, 2mm thick and weighs 6.47g.

LEIC-B4C1AD SEAL MATRIX MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy seal matrix probably dating from the later medieval period. The seal matrix is complete with handle terminating in a suspension loop. The matrix itself survives and appears to display an initial, possibly a capital letter R with added palm leaves each side of the capital letter. Dimensions: 27mm high, 15mm wide (diameter of printing face). Weight 8.90g.

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LEIC-B48ACE COIN ROMAN

Large copper alloy Roman coin, probably a sestertius of an uncertain ruler. The coin is in very poor, corroded condition, is 30mm in diameter, 4mm thick and weighs 14.50g.

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Goritsa

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 55 D2 Goritsa

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LEIC-B46B0C COIN ROMAN

Roman silver denarius of Geta as Caesar (198 - 209). The coin is in fair condition, is 19mm in diameter and weighs 2.31g.

LEIC-B44C91 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy coin, possibly a radiate of an uncertain ruler. The coin is in very poor, corroded condition, is 16mm in diameter and weighs 0.82g.

NMS-B373CA FURNITURE FITTING MEDIEVAL

Incomplete medieval copper alloy binding strip from a box or casket, comprising a narrow D-sectioned bar, broken at one end and with a scallop-shaped terminal and separate rivet at the other. Cf. NMS-D97C7D and NLM-A7BCE8. Extant length 28.8mm. Width of terminal 9.7mm. Width of bar 3.2mm. Thickness 1.8mm. 12th - early 13th century.

NMS-B30DE7 BOOK FITTING MEDIEVAL

Medieval to post-medieval copper alloy hooked book clasp, widely expanded terminal next to an iron rivet and a pair of lateral projections, truncated lozengiform central part, two more projections near hook, rocker-arm engraving at both ends and in the centre. Cf. Read 1995, no. 486, SUR-933AF2, PUBLIC-B7F4A1, BERK-B35722, PAS-8CA942 and LVPL-1A7367. Length 44.5mm. Width 7.5 - 17.5mm. c.1475 - c.1600.

NMS-B2EFEE BOOK FITTING POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy hooked book clasp, bent, slightly falring terminal with one off-centre notch, parallel sides, rivet close by, any decoration on main part obscured by adherent matter, three transverse die-stamped lines near hook. Length 39mm. Width 10.9 - 12.5mm. 16th century.

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NMS-B208B5 BROOCH IRON AGE

Distorted fragment of a Late Iron Age to Early Roman copper alloy Nauheim Derivative brooch, the upper part of the bow and one incomplete coil of the spring only. Width at the break 9mm. c.20 BC - c.70 AD.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Egyptian Medical Treatments

The ancient Egyptians experienced the same wide array of disease that people do in the present day, but unlike most people in the modern era, they attributed the experience to supernatural causes. The common cold, for example, was prevalent, but one's symptoms would not have been treated with medicine and bed rest, or not these alone, but with magical spells and incantations. The Ebers Papyrus (dated...

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NMS-B1BDEA TWEEZERS ROMAN

Incomplete pair of Roman copper alloy tweezers, the lower parts of the narrow arms missing. Extant length 30mm. Width 4.4 - 5mm. c.43 - c.409.

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LANCUM-B179B2 CLASP POST MEDIEVAL

Cast copper alloy clasp probably for a book or shoe probably dating to the Late-medieval or early post medieval period, i.e. c. AD1400-1600. The clasp is complete but the surfaces are worn. The mount is composed of two elements: a cast copper alloy folded over strip of metal and shield shaped plate decorated with a stylised fleur-de-lys and ornamental flowers. The length is 28mm, the width is 17mm and the weight 1.67g.

ASHM-B1334E COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy, white metal-coated Roman radiate of Probus, dating to the period AD 276-282 (Reece period 14). Reverse type ABVNDANTIA AVG. Mint of Lyon. RIC V 17.

LANCUM-B155C3 AXEHEAD BRONZE AGE

Cast copper alloy flat axe dating to the Early-Mid Bronze Age (2350 - 1500 BC). The axe is narrow with straight but tapering sides and there are no signs of a stop ridge. The sides of the axe are very slightly thickened, but it does not have flanges.The metal is dark green in colour with a heavily pitted and corroded patina.The axe probably fits into the earliest phases of metal working in Britain, metalworking stage I-II, which corresponds to Needham's (1996) Period 1-2 circa 2500- 2050 CAL. BC, or slightly later.Similar examples can be seen on the Portable Antiquities Database: SWYOR-9EC7C9 WAW-049216, LANCUM-E3C336 and SUR-25F712.The length is 68mm, the width is 28mm thickness 8mm and the weight 50.21g.

LANCUM-B0FF2D SEAL POST MEDIEVAL

A post Medieval to modern lead bale seal from Riga, Narva and the Baltic States, dating to c. AD 1800. The seal is circular with worn edges and a roughly rectangular cross section. It is comprised of a single unifaced disc of metal which is perforated by a hole running across its diameter which would have been for wire or textile ligatures which were used to secure a bag. One face is stamped with the initials *IM* surrounded by pellets with more initials below possiblt *IN*. The other face is decorated with a Cross quartered plus shield with pellets.The diameter is 21mm and the weight 10.19g.

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Carovilli

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 F2 Carovilli

Monte S. Croce

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 F3 Monte S. Croce

Monteverde

The eleventh century monastery of Santa Maria di Monteverde sits atop and reuses elements of Roman and pre-Roman settlements on the hilltop.

Monte Monaco di Gioia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 F3 Monte Monaco di Gioia

Campobasso

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 G2 Campobasso

Ferrazzano

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 G2 Ferrazzano

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SOM-B11381 VESSEL MEDIEVAL

Medieval or Post Medieval cast copper alloy pot foot, 1200-1650 AD. The foot is trapezoid in section with a wider front than back and a central raised rib running down the front. It has an old irregular break at the upper end. The leg widens and spreads outwards at the base of the trapezoid foot. The leg rose from the foot at an angle of c.70 degrees. There are remains of sooting on all faces. The piece is 11.7mm tall, 50.8mm wide, 22.2mm thick; it weighs 42.2 grams.Crudely made cast copper alloy vessels were widely used from c.1200-1700 for serving and cooking. Butler et al (2009:4) suggest there were four main types of leg used. This is an example of Type A which they suggest was widespread in the Medieval period with some examples continuing into the early 17th century (ibid).

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Monte S. Angelo

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 F3 Monte S. Angelo

Trinius (river)

The Trigno river in Molise.

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WMID-B0DCA6 KEY (LOCKING) MEDIEVAL

An incomplete copper alloy rotary key from the Medieval period, circa AD1150 -AD1450.The key comprises of a hollow tubular stem with a broadly rectangular bit. The bit is possibly incomplete with one ward remaining that projects from a rectangular stem which has a rounded projection extending at a right angle from the base. The bow end of the key is missing and has a closed end terminal. The opposing end of the stem is hollow. The metal has been cleaned and has a shiny brown to copper coloured patina. The key is 59.61mm long, 26.21mm wide and 6.21mm thick on the stem. It weighs 16.7g.

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Monte Castellone 2

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 F3 Monte Castellone 2

Monte Saraceno di Cercemaggiore

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 G3 Monte Saraceno di Cercemaggiore

Monte Castellone 1

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 F3 Monte Castellone 1

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LANCUM-B0DBD2 WEIGHT MEDIEVAL

A complete lead alloy weight or spindle whorl of probable medieval date 1100 to 1500 AD. The object is broadly circular in plan and cylindrical and undecorated. There is a circular aperture through the centre of the object which may suggest this is a spindle whorl rather than a weight. These types of objects are hard to date as their appearance remained unchanged for many hundreds of years. However it is likely that this spindle whorl is of medieval date (AD 1200-1500). Helen Geake writes: "Dating of lead whorls is difficult. The drop spindle with which they were used continued in use until the end of the medieval period in London and Winchester (Egan 1998, "The Medieval Household: Daily Living c1150 - c1450"; and Biddle, 1990, "Object and Economy in Medieval Winchester"), and for perhaps a century longer in Norfolk (Margeson, 1993, "Norwich Households: Medieval and Post Medieval finds from Norwich Survey Excavations 1971 - 78"). The excavated assemblage from Winchester contains one lead whorl from a mid to late 10th century context." Undecorated spindle whorls can therefore date from the Roman, Early Medieval or Medieval periods. It has been pointed out that the weight of a spindle whorl is suggestive of the thickness of yarn produced, with lighter spindle whorls (3 - 5 grams) being used for spinning cotton and the heavier ones (30 - 35 grams) for spinning wool (Margeson 1993, 184).The diameter is 29mm and the weight 38.29g.

LANCUM-B0CE4B WEIGHT MEDIEVAL

A complete lead alloy weight or spindle whorl of probable medieval date 1100 to 1500 AD. The object is broadly circular in plan and cylindrical and decorated possibly pellets and opposing lines although it is very abraded. There is a circular aperture through the centre of the object which may suggest this is a spindle whorl rather than a weight. These types of objects are hard to date as their appearance remained unchanged for many hundreds of years. However it is likely that this spindle whorl is of medieval date (AD 1200-1500). Helen Geake writes: "Dating of lead whorls is difficult. The drop spindle with which they were used continued in use until the end of the medieval period in London and Winchester (Egan 1998, "The Medieval Household: Daily Living c1150 - c1450"; and Biddle, 1990, "Object and Economy in Medieval Winchester"), and for perhaps a century longer in Norfolk (Margeson, 1993, "Norwich Households: Medieval and Post Medieval finds from Norwich Survey Excavations 1971 - 78"). The excavated assemblage from Winchester contains one lead whorl from a mid to late 10th century context." Undecorated spindle whorls can therefore date from the Roman, Early Medieval or Medieval periods. It has been pointed out that the weight of a spindle whorl is suggestive of the thickness of yarn produced, with lighter spindle whorls (3 - 5 grams) being used for spinning cotton and the heavier ones (30 - 35 grams) for spinning wool (Margeson 1993, 184).The diameter is 31mm and the weight 23.58g.

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Vastogirardi

A sanctuary of the Pentrian Samnites on the flanks of Monte Capraro.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LANCUM-B0C0BF WEIGHT MEDIEVAL

A complete lead alloy weight or spindle whorl of probable medieval date 1100 to 1500 AD. The object is broadly circular in plan and cylindrical and decorated with pellets and opposing lines. There is a circular aperture through the centre of the object which may suggest this is a spindle whorl rather than a weight. These types of objects are hard to date as their appearance remained unchanged for many hundreds of years. However it is likely that this spindle whorl is of medieval date (AD 1200-1500). Helen Geake writes: "Dating of lead whorls is difficult. The drop spindle with which they were used continued in use until the end of the medieval period in London and Winchester (Egan 1998, "The Medieval Household: Daily Living c1150 - c1450"; and Biddle, 1990, "Object and Economy in Medieval Winchester"), and for perhaps a century longer in Norfolk (Margeson, 1993, "Norwich Households: Medieval and Post Medieval finds from Norwich Survey Excavations 1971 - 78"). The excavated assemblage from Winchester contains one lead whorl from a mid to late 10th century context." Undecorated spindle whorls can therefore date from the Roman, Early Medieval or Medieval periods. It has been pointed out that the weight of a spindle whorl is suggestive of the thickness of yarn produced, with lighter spindle whorls (3 - 5 grams) being used for spinning cotton and the heavier ones (30 - 35 grams) for spinning wool (Margeson 1993, 184).The diameter is 27mm and the weight 34.93g.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Monte Cavallerizzo

Monte Cavallerizzo is a fortified Samnite center - perhaps dating to the fourth century B.C. - located in close proximity to the sanctuary at Vastogirardi.

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Castropignano

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 G2 Castropignano

Duronia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 F2 Duronia

Frosolone

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 F2 Frosolone

Alfedena

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 F2 Alfedena

Pescolanciano

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 F2 Pescolanciano

Arx Fregellana

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 E2 Arx Fregellana

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Ancient History Encyclopedia

Narcissus

Narcissus is a figure from Greek mythology who was so impossibly handsome that he fall in love with his own image reflected in a pool of water. Even the lovely nymph Echo could not manage to tempt him from his self-absorption. Narcissus' name lives on as the flower into which he was transformed and as a synonym for those obsessed with their own appearance. Narcissus & His Reflection...

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Small bust of Demosthenes with his name engraved on his chest thus providing the countenance of the orator - Herculaneum, Villa of Papyri - bronze 1st century BC based on an original early 3rd century BC - Exhibition "Charles of Bourbon [Carlos III] and t

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Small bust of Demosthenes with his name engraved on his chest thus providing the countenance of the orator - Herculaneum, Villa of Papyri - bronze 1st century BC based on an original early 3rd century BC - Exhibition "Charles of Bourbon [Carlos III] and t

Small bust of Demosthenes with his name engraved on his chest thus providing the countenance of the orator - Herculaneum, Villa of Papyri - bronze 1st century BC based on an original early 3rd century BC - Exhibition "Charles of Bourbon [Carlos III] and the diffusion of Antiquities: Naples, Madrid, Mexico" up to March 22, 2017 - Naples, Archaeological Museum
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Arcora

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 45 B1 Arcora

Laodicea

Laodicea or Laodicea ad Mare (modern Lattakia, Syria) is an ancient city with significant Punic, Greek, and Roman phases.

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HD074736 (Pannonia inferior)

$?]BILL[---?] / [---?]ODO[&?

HD074735 (Pannonia inferior)

$?]OC[---?] / [---?]PVS[---?] / [&?

HD074734 (Pannonia inferior)

$?] / LIOLMIO / deposita(?) / INPTEQVIC / coniu[gi](?)

HD074733 (Pannonia inferior)

[Hic? est? ---?] / ITA FVI[---?] / [---?] MV I [---?] / M EIVS T / [---?]VS[---?]

HD074629 (Pannonia inferior)

$]ue fuii iu(v)enis [---] / [---? terr]a Syria genitu[s ---] / [---? fe]lix vita et omn[i---] / [---? si quan]do est aliq[u]a[---] / [---] et Iovis Stygius A(?)[---] / [---]M ossua pr{a}ecor [---] / [---? vita e]st extinct[a ---] / [---]meque Hel[via? condidit uxor?]

HD074563 (Pannonia inferior)

Deo Sil[v]/ano Do/mest[i(co)] / curans / Hatena / pro(curator) duc(enarius)

HD074557 (Pannonia inferior)

P(ublio) Ael(io) Respecto eq(uiti) R(omano) / a milit(iis) filio piissimo / et studiis omni pr(a)edito / Ael(ius) Trophimianus pater / v(ir) e(gregius) posuit

HD074556 (Pannonia inferior)

$] max(imo) con[suli? ---] / [---]FII p(atri?) p(atriae?) RR[&

HD074555 (Pannonia inferior)

$] divi Con[---] / [---]amiani f[&

HD074552 (Pannonia inferior)

Libero / et Liber(ae) / Aug(usti) Fl(avius) Pa/ternus / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD074551 (Pannonia inferior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) <M>(aximo) / et Marti / Custodi / P(ublius) Helvius / Pertinax / praef(ectus)

HD074550 (Pannonia inferior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) et / G(enio) h(uius) l(oci) pro / salute dd(ominorum) / nn(ostrorum) Iovio(rum) / et Herculio(rum) / Augg(ustorum) nn(ostrorum)

HD074549 (Pannonia inferior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) sac(rum) / T(itus) [F]l(avius) Can/didian/us pro s/e et suis / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD074548 (Pannonia inferior)

[I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo)] // Monitori [p]ro / salute adque / incolumitate / d(omini) n(ostri) Gallieni Aug(usti) / et militum / vexill(ationum) leg(ionum) / [G]ermaniciana[r(um)] / [e]t Brit{t}an(n)icin(arum) / [cu]m auxili(i)s / [e]arum / [--- V]italianus / [prae]fectus(?) Aug(usti) n(ostri) / [somno moni]itus / p(osuit)

HD074412 (Pannonia inferior)

I(ovi) [O(ptimo) M(aximo)] / Ulp(ius) Priscus / Candidianus / dec(urio) col(oniae) Sir(miensis) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD074221 (Pannonia inferior)

[Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) M(arco) Aur(elio)](?) / Aug(usto) coh(ors) I / Camp(anorum) vol(untariorum) c(ivium) R(omanorum) / Antoniniana / cura agente / P(ublio) Ae(lio) Valerio / trib(uno) ex vet(erano) // Asp{p}ris co(n)s(ulibus)

HD073627 (Pannonia inferior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / L(ucius) Didius / Hercu/lanus / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD073621 (Pannonia inferior)

T(itus) Cominius / T(iti) f(ilius) Volt(inia) Seve/rus Vienna (centurio) / leg(ionis) II adiutric(is) / donis donat(us) / ab imp(eratore) Caesare / Aug(usto) bello Dacico / torquibus armillis / phaleris corona val/lari vixit ann(os) XXXXV / T(itus) Caesernius Macedo / proc(urator) Aug(usti) her(es) ex test(amento) p(osuit)

HD072937 (Britannia)

|(centuria) Cassi Prisci

HD071237 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / coh(ors) I / Nervana / Germanor(um) / |(milliaria) eq(uitata) cui / praeest L(ucius) Faeni/us Felix trib(unus)

HD071234 (Britannia)

Fortunae [pro] / salute P(ubli) Campa[ni] / Italici praef(ecti) coh(ortis) I[I] Tun(grorum) Celer libertus / [v(otum)] s(olvit) l(aetus) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD071170 (Britannia)

Marti Coc(idio) m(ilites) / leg(ionis) II Aug(ustae) / |(centuria) Sanctiana / |(centuria) Secundini / d(ono) sol(verunt) sub cu/ra Aeliani / cura(vit) Oppius / [F]elix optio

HD071167 (Britannia)

[|(centuria)] C[l(audi)] Prisc[i]

HD071166 (Britannia)

Deo / Cocidio / milites / leg(ionis) VI vic(tricis) p(iae) f(idelis)

HD071165 (Britannia)

|(centuria) Treboni Nepoti(s)

HD071164 (Britannia)

|(centuria) Co[n]si[di] / [Iu]ncini

HD071163 (Britannia)

c[oh(ortis)] VII / [---]

HD071162 (Britannia)

Leg(ionis) II Aug(ustae) / |(centuria) Iuli Te/rtullia(ni)

HD071161 (Britannia)

[D]eo / Marti / [C]ocidio / [--] Martius / [ c]oh(ortis) I Ba[t(avorum)] / [et] Genio / [---]vali / [v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens)] m(erito)

HD071140 (Britannia)

De[o] Soli / [Invi]cto / M[ith]r[a]e M[ar]/cus Liciniu[s] / Ripanus / praef(ectus) v(otum) s(olvit) [l(ibens) m(erito)]

HD071130 (Britannia)

[I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo)] / et Numi[ni Aug(usti)] / n(ostri) coh(ors) II Tu[n]/gror(um) Gor(diana) eq(uitata) / c(oram) l(audata) cui prae/est Ti(berius) Cl(audius) Clau/di[anus] pra/ef(ectus) instante [P(ublio)] / Ael(io) Mart[i]n[o] / princ(ipe) K(alendis) Ian(uariis) / I[mp(eratore) d(omino) n(ostro)] G(ordiano) Aug(usto) II [et Po]/[mpeiano co(n)s(ulibus)]

HD071127 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / coh(ors) IIII Gal/lorum eq(uitata) / cui pr[ae(e)]s[t] / Ca[-]s [---] / Ir [---]

HD071064 (Britannia)

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

HD071050 (Britannia)

Deo Ma/rt(i) c(o)h/ortis / pri(mae) [A]e/l(iae) Dac(orum) V / P V / CVI tri[b(unus)]

HD071035 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / c(o)ho(rs) I A[el(ia)] / Dac(orum) cui p[rae]/est Iuliu[s] / Saturnin[us] / tribun[us]

HD071033 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) [M(aximo)] / [coh(ors) I] [Ael(ia)] / Dac(orum) cu[i pr]/aeest [-] / Funisul[an]/us Vetto[ni]/anus t[ri]/b(unus) v(otum) [s(olvit)] l(ibens) m(erito)

HD071032 (Britannia)

[I(ovi)] O(ptimo) M(aximo) / [coh(ors) I] [A]el(ia) Da/[corum] c(ui) p(raeest) F[l(avius)] / [---]

HD070971 (Britannia)

[--- sub Calpur]/[ni]o Agri/cola co(n)s(ulari) / Licinius Cl[e]/mens p[raef(ectus)]

HD070954 (Britannia)

Deae Suri/ae sub Calp/urnio Ag[r]/ico[la] leg(ato) Au[g(usti)] / pr(o) pr(aetore) Lic[in]ius / [C]lem[ens praef(ectus)] / [co]h(ortis) I Ha[miorum]

HD070941 (Britannia)

Fortunae Aug(ustae) / pro salute L(uci) Aeli / Caesaris ex visu / T(itus) Fla(vius) Secundus / praef(ectus) coh(ortis) I Ham/iorum Sagittar(iorum) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD070895 (Britannia)

Victoriae Aug(usti) coh(ors) VI / Nerviorum cui praeest G(aius) / Iul(ius) Barbarus praefec(tus) v(otum) s(olvit) l(aeta) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD070870 (Britannia)

[--- coh(ors) IIII] Gallor(um) / [[Severianae Alexandrianae]] [de]votae nu/[mi]ni eius por[tam cum tu]rribus [a] / fundamen[tis restitu]erunt sub / Cl(audio) Xenepho[nte l]eg(ato) [Aug(usti)] n(ostri) pr(o) [pr(aetore) Br(itanniae) Inf(erioris)] / curante [---]

HD070869 (Britannia)

[---]o / [---]IIO / [---]O PRA / [---]

HD070861 (Britannia)

Marti Victor[i] / [coh(ors) III Nervioru]m / [cui] praeest [T(itus)] Caninius [---] / [---] MI[I]IVS

HD070858 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / et Genio / diisq(ue) cus/todib(us) coh(ors) II[II] / Gall(orum) et Ve[---] / Caecil[-] E[-]I / OP CELER [---]

HD070854 (Britannia)

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

HD070766 (Britannia)

Deo / Marti Quint(us) / Florius Ma/ternus praef(ectus) / coh(ortis) I Tung(rorum) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD070764 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / pro salute / Desidieni Ae/[mi]liani praef/[ecti] et sua su[or]/[u]m posuit vot/[um]q(ue) solvit libe/ns Tusco et Bas/so co[(n)s(ulibus)]

HD070760 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / et Numinibus Aug(ustorum) / coh(ors) I Tungr[orum] / cu[i] prae(e)st Q(uintus) Iulius / [---]sus praef(ectus) / v(otum) [s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)]

HD070759 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / et Numinibus / Aug(ustorum) coh(ors) I / T[un]gror(um) / cui praeest / Q(uintus) Iul(ius) Maxi/mus praef(ectus)

HD070754 (Britannia)

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

HD070719 (Britannia)

Fortunae / coh(ors) I Batavor(um) / cui praeest / M(arcus) Flaccinius / Marcellus prae(fectus)

HD070667 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) s(acrum) / Fabie Honor/ate Fabius Hon/oratus tribun(us) / coh(ortis) I Vangion(um) / et Aurelia E[g]lec/[t]iane fecer/unt filie d/ulcissime

HD070584 (Britannia)

Deo Soli Invic(to) / Tib(erius) Cl(audius) Dec(i)mus / Cornel(ius) Anto/nius praef(ectus) / templ(um) restit(uit)

HD070500 (Britannia)

[---] / [---] / [Di]dius Seve/rus praef(ectus) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD070499 (Britannia)

[I(ovi) O(ptimo)] M(aximo) / [Cor]nel(ius) / Celer pr/aef(ectus) coh(ortis) / IIII L[ing(onum)] / [---]

HD070489 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Hermagor/a alumno / Hono/ratus / trib(unus)

HD070473 (Britannia)

Deo Invicto et Soli soc(io) / sacrum pro salute et / incolumitate imp(eratoris) Caes(aris) / M(arci) Aureli Antonini Pii Felic(is) / Aug(usti) L(ucius) Caecilius Optatus / trib(unus) coh(ortis) I Vardul(lorum) cum con[se]/craneis votum Deo [---] / a solo extruct[um ---]

HD070470 (Britannia)

Deae Mi/nervae et / Genio col/legi Caecil(ius) / Optatus trib(unus) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)