Potamos: Digital Antiquity Data

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November 22, 2019

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-83DDD4 SCRAPER (TOOL) BRONZE AGE

Late Neolithic to early Bronze Age end scraper. Struck on an oval shaped tertiary flake one facet on the dorsal face has re-patinated and shows evidence of old scuffing damage. The striking platfom survives with bulbar scar and bulb of percussion tailing in conchoidal ripples to the distal end of the flint. The curved distal end has coarse retouch as does a small area of one lateral edge, although the more acute form of the latter suggest this was probably done to shape the flint rather than creating a working edge. Circa xxxx BC.

LEIC-840992 LITHIC IMPLEMENT MESOLITHIC

Lithic implement fashioned from brown flint, possibly a scraper. The object has scaled retouch to the sides and apex. It is 37mm long, 20mm wide, 6mm thick and weighs 5.32g.

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WREX-825A20 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete and pierced copper-alloy Roman coin, probably a nummus of unclear type dating to the period c.AD 317-402.Obverse: [...], Unclear bust right?Reverse: [...], Unclear type, possibly a Vota legend within a wreath?Unclear mint.Diameter: 16.2mm; weight: 0.85g

WREX-823ED0 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy Cronebane (Wicklow) copper Conder halfpenny token dated 1789. Obverse has the bust of Bishop Blaze facing right with the legend CRONEBANE HALFPENNY. Reverse has a Shield of arms with a windlass crest and the legend ASSOCIATED IRISH MINE COMPANY 1789. The inscription around the edge of the token is no longer legible.Diameter: 29mm; weight: 12.21g

WREX-822B98 SEAL MATRIX MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy vesica (pointed oval) shaped medieval seal matrix dating c. 1250-1400AD. The central motif is a flower flanked by a pair of birds. The text reads *S'ALANI FIL' PhILIPPI (seal of Alan son of Philip). The reverse of the object is plain with an integral suspension loop cast towards the top of the object.Length: 30.8mm; width: 19.9mm; thickness (exc. Suspension loop): 3.5mm; weight: 8.72g

WREX-81FC03 COIN ROMAN

A heavily corroded copper-alloy Roman nummus of unclear type, possibly of the House of Valentinian, probably dating to the period c.AD 348-378 (Reece period 18-19).Obverse: [...], Unclear diademed, draped, and cuirassed(?) bust right.Reverse: Illegible.Unclear mint.Diameter: 13.3mm; weight: 1.21g

WREX-81D0F6 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman radiate of Tetricus I (AD 271-274), dating to the period c.AD 271-274 (Reece period 13).Obverse: IMP C TE[], Radiate and cuirassed(?) bust right. Reverse: [], Unclear standing figure left.Unclear mint.Diameter: 15.5mm ; weight: 1.37g

WREX-81AAFE COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman radiate of Tetricus I (AD 271-274), dating to the period c.AD 271-274 (Reece period 13).Obverse: IMP C TE[], Radiate and cuirassed(?) bust right. Reverse: [], Unclear standing figure left.Unclear mint.Diameter: 14.6mm; weight: 1.34g

WREX-8190EA COIN ROMAN

A silver Roman radiate of Philip I (AD 244-249), dating to the period c.AD 247 (Reece period 12).Obverse: IMP PHILIPPVS AVG, Radiate, draped, and cuirassed bust right. Reverse: VIRTVS AVGG, Philip I and II on horses galloping right, each raising right hand, ε in exergue.Mint of Rome. As RIC IV.3, p. 69, no. 10.Diameter: 21.5mm; weight: 3.0g

WREX-817536 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of Constantine I (AD 306-337), dating to the period c.AD 324-330 (Reece period 16).Obverse: CONSTAN-TINVS AV[G], Laureate head right. Reverse: PROVIDEN-TIAE [AVGG], A campgate with two turrets, a star above.Unclear mint: -//[]Diameter: 16.0mm; weight: 1.0g

LEIC-816076 FLAKE NEOLITHIC

Neolithic retouched flint flake.Semi-translucent, mid-grey patina. Tertiary flake. Retouched on the right edge (inverse, semi-abrupt, parallel and abruptly and finely flaked on the distal end. Possibly a piercer but quite thin.

LEIC-8155D2 ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint oblique arrowhead.Mid-brown opaque patina. Made from a broken tertiary flake. Butt on the right edge, step-fracture on the left forms straight side of the arrowhead. Base abruptly and finely flaked. Tip retouched (inverse, semi-abrupt, sub-parallel) on the right.

LEIC-814967 LEAF ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint leaf-shaped arrowhead.Mid-grey opaque patina. Made from a broken tertiary flake. The break forms the right side to the tip, the left side is abruptly flaked.

LEIC-813E06 FLAKE NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint retouched flake.A translucent, tertiary, unidirectional flake retouched (inverse, abrupt, sub-parallel) on the left edge.

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Philoctetes

The play Philoctetes was written by one of the greatest of the Greek tragedy playwrights, Sophocles, in 409 BCE. Philoctetes is one of his surviving plays whose exact production date can be determined and is set in the final year of the Trojan War. Initially, as the Greeks were sailing towards Troy, they made a stop at the small island of Lemnos. Having been bitten by a...

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LEIC-813194 ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint tanged arrowhead.Mid-grey opaque patina. A broken secondary flake entirely flaked into this large, chunky, fairly symmetrical and heavy-duty tanged arrowhead.

LEIC-81226B CORE MESOLITHIC

Mesolithic flint multi-platform core.Light bluish-cream opaque patina. A small multi-platform core for the removal of small flakes and bladelets.

LEIC-81185A ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint tanged arrowhead.Mid-grey opaque patina. Tertiary flake, struck from an opposed-platform core. The butt forms the tang and is notched on the left for hafting. Abrupt and semi-abrupt, stepped retouch has shaped the tip.

LEIC-810A64 BLADE MESOLITHIC

Mesolithic flint retouched bladelet.Light greyish-blue opaque patina. The secondary bladelet is Mesolithic but wassnapped and retouched (semi-abrupt, short, stepped, inverse) on the right edge in the Neolithic.

LEIC-80FB6A POINT NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint point.A re-used tertiary bladelet. The broken butt acts as the tip, the base and right edge have been retouched (abrupt, sub-parallel, short, direct) to shape and to prepare a tang for hafting.

LEIC-80EF6B FLAKE UNKNOWN

Undated flint flake.Mottled mid-brown opaque patina. A small, broken tertiary flake.

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Alexander the Great & the Burning of Persepolis

In the year 330 BCE Alexander the Great (l. 356-323 BCE) conquered the Achaemenid Persian Empire following his victory over the Persian Emperor Darius III (r. 336-330 BCE) at the Battle of Gaugamela in 331 BCE. After Darius III's defeat, Alexander marched to the Persian capital city of Persepolis and, after looting its treasures, burned the great palace and surrounding city...

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Masada

Masada is a natural fortress in the Iudaean desert that overlooks the Dead Sea. It was the site of the standoff between Jewish rebels and the Roman army in A.D. 73. Herod the Great built a palace atop the citadel during his reign. Roman camps and siege works are still visible at the site, which is listed on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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Torre del Filosofo

The so-called "Torre del Filosofo" was a structure on Mt. Etna that may have been built by the Roman emperor Hadrian in honor of the Greek philosopher Empedocles as local legend held that he once climbed the mountain and died by falling into the volcano.

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Aetna M.

An active stratovolcano on the east coast of Sicily (known today as Mount Etna).

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Rochester Castle

Rochester Castle, located in Kent, England, was first constructed shortly after 1066 CE by the Normans, was converted into stone between 1087 and 1089 CE, and then added to over subsequent centuries, notably between 1127 and 1136 CE, and again in the mid-14th century CE. The imposing castle keep or donjon seen today was added in the 12th century CE and is one of the best-preserved...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LEIC-6BA5CB LITHIC IMPLEMENT NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint lithic implement. Piercer.Light grey opaque patina. Extremely rolled condition. Made by abrupt scaler notching on two sides to create a piercing point or tip.

LEIC-6B9B19 SCRAPER (TOOL) NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint side-and-end scraper.Light grey opaque patina. Tertiary flake. Proximal end missing, distal end squared off to an angle with the right edge by retouch which continues along the right edge. Rectilinear edge on the right. Retouch is low-angle and semi-abrupt, short, direct, stepped.

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LEIC-6B8E4D DEBITAGE UNKNOWN

Undated burnt flint core fragment.A fragment from a larger core.

LEIC-6B85EE DEBITAGE UNKNOWN

Undated flint flake fragment.Light greyish-brown opaque patina. Tertiary flake fragment.

SF-6B7999 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy contemporary copy of a Roman nummus of the House of Valentinian (AD 364-378), dating to AD 364-378 (Reece Period 19). Copying [GLORIA ROMANORVM] reverse type depicting Emperor advancing left [holding labarum] and dragging captive; star in the left field. Prototype mint unclear.

LEIC-6B7C18 BLADE NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint retouched blade.Translucent, dark brown colour. Secondary blade. Three unidirectional blade scars but there is evidence of a lateral removal from the left so orthogonal core working. Distal end abruptly flaked, with a small ventral notch on the left. Given its context in the Massey assemblage the intention to create another arrowhead, with the distal end forming the base, cannot be ruled out.

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SF-6B5D70 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy contemporary copy of a Roman nummus of the House of Constantine (AD 307-361), dating to AD 355-361 (Reece Period 18). Copying [FEL TEMP REPARATIO] reverse type depicting a soldier spearing a fallen horseman. Prototype mint unclear.

SF-6B4CA8 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine (AD 307-361), dating to AD 355-361 (Reece Period 18). [FEL TEM]P REPARATIO reverse type depicting a soldier spearing a fallen horseman. MInt unclear.

SF-6B1870 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of Constantius II (AD 323-361), dating to AD 335-340 (Reece Period 17). [GLORIA EXERC-]ITVS reverse type depicting two soldiers holding spear and shield; a standard between them. Unclear mint.

LEIC-6B0FA6 POINT NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint point or arrowhead.Light greyish-blue opaque patina. A secondary Mesolithic blade that has been modified in the Neolithic or Bronze Age. Slightly flaked on the right for hafting. Truncated at the proximal end forming the base of the implement which has then been retouched (short, crossed, abrupt, stepped). Tip sliightly retouched, but very finely

SF-6B0195 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine (AD 307-361), dating to AD 335-340 (Reece Period 17). [G]LOR[IA EXE]RC-ITVS reverse type depicting two soldiers holding spear and shield; a standard inscribed with Chi-Rho between them. Probably mint of Arles.

LEIC-6B036A LITHIC IMPLEMENT NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint lithic implement. Notch.Light, speckled creamy brownish-grey opaque patina. A large, broken tertiary flake, hard-hammer struck. Notched twice on the distal end, one direct and one inverse.

SF-6AF08D COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine (AD 307-361), dating to AD 335-340 (Reece Period 17). [GLORI]A EXER[CITVS] reverse type depicting two soldiers holding spear and shield; a standard between them. Unclear mint.

LEIC-6AF379 LEAF ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint leaf-shaped arrowhead.Translucent, mid-greyish-blue patina. Secondary flake. Cortical butt on lower left, abruptly flaked into shape on all other edges.

LEIC-6AE78B BURIN NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint truncation burin.Semi-translucent, mid-grey patina. A tertiary blade with bi-directional, opposed-platform technology. Blade was truncated across the middle then a burin was struck from that truncation on the right edge.

LEIC-6AD894 FLAKE UNKNOWN

Undated flint flake.Dark greyish-blue opaque patina. Tertiary flake. Flake scars from proximal, distal and one lateral.

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LEIC-6ACF39 FLAKE NEOLITHIC

Broken Neolithic flint flake.Mottled mid-brown opaque patina. Appears to have been flaked slightly on the left edge.

LEIC-6AC39A LITHIC IMPLEMENT MESOLITHIC

Mesolithic flint lithic implement. Notch.Burnt flint. Denticulated notch on one lateral.

LEIC-6AB984 FLAKE NEOLITHIC

Neolithic retouched flint flake.Mottled mid-brown opaque patina. Primary flake, abruptly retouched and flaked along the left, right and proximal end. Possibly another example of an ad hoc arrowhead from the Massey assemblage.

LEIC-6AACB7 SCRAPER (TOOL) NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint nosed scraper.Mid-greyish-brown opaque patina. Tertiary flake, flaked on the base so was probably hafted. Scraper created by abrupt, sub-parallel retouch. Butt on the right edge.

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Tomb 2

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Tomb 2

Tomb of the Palmettes, Mieza (modern Lefkadia).

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In Darwin's Footsteps - Te Waimate Mission

The Bay of Islands is a subtropical region in New Zealand’s far north and is a popular destination for big-game fishing, sailing, and dolphin watching. It is an area rich in the history of Maori (Mori in their own language) and European (Pkeh) relations and conflict. The American author of adventure novels, Zane Grey (1872-1939 CE), catapulted the region to international fame when...

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Prochyta (island)

Procida is one of the Flegrean Islands located between Cape Miseno and the island of Ischia.

Puteolanus Sinus/Crater

Also called the Bay of Naples, the Puteolanus Sinus is a gulf located on the southwestern coast of Italy. It opens west to the Mediterranean Sea and is bordered on the east by Mt. Vesuvius and the south by the Sorrentine Peninsula.

Vesuvius M.

A stratovolcano located in the Gulf of Naples, Vesuvius stands to an elevation of 1,281 m (4,203 ft). It is notable in historical terms for its eruption of AD 79 in which numerous settlements, including Pompeii and Herculaneum, were destroyed.

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F037940

Offenburg ; AE: 2002, 1051.; CIL: 13, 06286.; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Germanie romaine (Paris - Brussel 1931) 306-307, Nr. 473; Foto; M. Ypanqui, in: C. Bücker - M. Hoeper - N. Krohn - J. Trumm (Hrsg.), Regio Archaeologica. Archäologie und Geschichte an Ober- und Hochrhein. Festschrift für Gerhard Fingerlin zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2002) 45-49; Abb. 1-4; Abb. 5 u. 6 (Zeichnungen).

F037939

Offenburg ; AE: 2002, 1051.; CIL: 13, 06286.; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Germanie romaine (Paris - Brussel 1931) 306-307, Nr. 473; Foto; M. Ypanqui, in: C. Bücker - M. Hoeper - N. Krohn - J. Trumm (Hrsg.), Regio Archaeologica. Archäologie und Geschichte an Ober- und Hochrhein. Festschrift für Gerhard Fingerlin zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2002) 45-49; Abb. 1-4; Abb. 5 u. 6 (Zeichnungen).

F037938

Offenburg ; AE: 2002, 1051.; CIL: 13, 06286.; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Germanie romaine (Paris - Brussel 1931) 306-307, Nr. 473; Foto; M. Ypanqui, in: C. Bücker - M. Hoeper - N. Krohn - J. Trumm (Hrsg.), Regio Archaeologica. Archäologie und Geschichte an Ober- und Hochrhein. Festschrift für Gerhard Fingerlin zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2002) 45-49; Abb. 1-4; Abb. 5 u. 6 (Zeichnungen).

F037937

Offenburg ; AE: 2002, 1051.; CIL: 13, 06286.; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Germanie romaine (Paris - Brussel 1931) 306-307, Nr. 473; Foto; M. Ypanqui, in: C. Bücker - M. Hoeper - N. Krohn - J. Trumm (Hrsg.), Regio Archaeologica. Archäologie und Geschichte an Ober- und Hochrhein. Festschrift für Gerhard Fingerlin zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2002) 45-49; Abb. 1-4; Abb. 5 u. 6 (Zeichnungen).

F037312

Offenburg ; AE: 2002, 1051.; CIL: 13, 06286.; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Germanie romaine (Paris - Brussel 1931) 306-307, Nr. 473; Foto; M. Ypanqui, in: C. Bücker - M. Hoeper - N. Krohn - J. Trumm (Hrsg.), Regio Archaeologica. Archäologie und Geschichte an Ober- und Hochrhein. Festschrift für Gerhard Fingerlin zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2002) 45-49; Abb. 1-4; Abb. 5 u. 6 (Zeichnungen).

F037311

Offenburg ; AE: 2002, 1051.; CIL: 13, 06286.; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Germanie romaine (Paris - Brussel 1931) 306-307, Nr. 473; Foto; M. Ypanqui, in: C. Bücker - M. Hoeper - N. Krohn - J. Trumm (Hrsg.), Regio Archaeologica. Archäologie und Geschichte an Ober- und Hochrhein. Festschrift für Gerhard Fingerlin zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2002) 45-49; Abb. 1-4; Abb. 5 u. 6 (Zeichnungen).

F035326

Burginatium / Kalkar ; CIL: 13, 08666.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 249, Nr. 634; Zeichnung; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 150-151, Nr. 121; Fotos; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 62, Nr. 53; Taf. 47, 53; W. Faust, Die Grabstelen des 2. und 3. Jahrhunderts im Rheingebiet (Köln 1998) 116, Nr. 75.

F035186

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F035185

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F035184

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F035183

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F035165

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten ; CIL: 13, 08606; Zeichnung.; other literature: ILS 4739; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 112, Nr. 234; Zeichnung; B. Rémy - P. Faure, Les médecins dans l'Occident romain (Péninsule Ibérique, Bretagne, Gaules, Germanies) (Bordeaux 2010) 167-168, Nr. 65; Foto.

F035162

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten ; CIL: 13, 07700.; other literature: K. Matijević, Römische und frühchristliche Zeugnisse im Norden Obergermaniens. Epigraphische Studien zu unterer Mosel und östlicher Eifel (Rahden (Westf.) 2010) 69-71, Nr. 14; Abb. 18; ILS 3455.

F035161

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten ; CIL: 13, 07700.; other literature: K. Matijević, Römische und frühchristliche Zeugnisse im Norden Obergermaniens. Epigraphische Studien zu unterer Mosel und östlicher Eifel (Rahden (Westf.) 2010) 69-71, Nr. 14; Abb. 18; ILS 3455.

F035160

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten ; CIL: 13, 07700.; other literature: K. Matijević, Römische und frühchristliche Zeugnisse im Norden Obergermaniens. Epigraphische Studien zu unterer Mosel und östlicher Eifel (Rahden (Westf.) 2010) 69-71, Nr. 14; Abb. 18; ILS 3455.

F034983

Brohl-Lützing, Niederlützingen ; CIL: 13, 07700.; other literature: ILS 3455; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 60, Nr. 120; K. Matijević, Römische und frühchristliche Zeugnisse im Norden Obergermaniens. Epigraphische Studien zu unterer Mosel und östlicher Eifel (Rahden (Westf.) 2010) 69-71, Nr. 14; Abb. 18.

F034982

Brohl-Lützing, Niederlützingen ; CIL: 13, 07700.; other literature: ILS 3455; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 60, Nr. 120; K. Matijević, Römische und frühchristliche Zeugnisse im Norden Obergermaniens. Epigraphische Studien zu unterer Mosel und östlicher Eifel (Rahden (Westf.) 2010) 69-71, Nr. 14; Abb. 18.

F034981

Brohl-Lützing, Niederlützingen ; CIL: 13, 07700.; other literature: ILS 3455; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 60, Nr. 120; K. Matijević, Römische und frühchristliche Zeugnisse im Norden Obergermaniens. Epigraphische Studien zu unterer Mosel und östlicher Eifel (Rahden (Westf.) 2010) 69-71, Nr. 14; Abb. 18.

F034980

Brohl-Lützing, Niederlützingen ; CIL: 13, 07700.; other literature: ILS 3455; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 60, Nr. 120; K. Matijević, Römische und frühchristliche Zeugnisse im Norden Obergermaniens. Epigraphische Studien zu unterer Mosel und östlicher Eifel (Rahden (Westf.) 2010) 69-71, Nr. 14; Abb. 18.

F034979

Brohl-Lützing, Niederlützingen ; CIL: 13, 07700.; other literature: ILS 3455; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 60, Nr. 120; K. Matijević, Römische und frühchristliche Zeugnisse im Norden Obergermaniens. Epigraphische Studien zu unterer Mosel und östlicher Eifel (Rahden (Westf.) 2010) 69-71, Nr. 14; Abb. 18.

F034698

Colonia Ulpia Traiana, bei / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F034697

Colonia Ulpia Traiana, bei / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F034696

Colonia Ulpia Traiana, bei / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F034695

Colonia Ulpia Traiana, bei / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F034694

Colonia Ulpia Traiana, bei / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F034631

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten ; CIL: 13, 08606; Zeichnung.; other literature: ILS 4739; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 112, Nr. 234; Zeichnung; B. Rémy - P. Faure, Les médecins dans l'Occident romain (Péninsule Ibérique, Bretagne, Gaules, Germanies) (Bordeaux 2010) 167-168, Nr. 65; Foto.

F034630

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten ; CIL: 13, 08606; Zeichnung.; other literature: ILS 4739; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 112, Nr. 234; Zeichnung; B. Rémy - P. Faure, Les médecins dans l'Occident romain (Péninsule Ibérique, Bretagne, Gaules, Germanies) (Bordeaux 2010) 167-168, Nr. 65; Foto.

F034598

Kalkar, bei ; CIL: 13, 08666.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 249, Nr. 634; Zeichnung; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 150-151, Nr. 121; Fotos; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 62, Nr. 53; Taf. 47, 53; W. Faust, Die Grabstelen des 2. und 3. Jahrhunderts im Rheingebiet (Köln 1998) 116, Nr. 75.

F034597

Kalkar, bei ; CIL: 13, 08666.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 249, Nr. 634; Zeichnung; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 150-151, Nr. 121; Fotos; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 62, Nr. 53; Taf. 47, 53; W. Faust, Die Grabstelen des 2. und 3. Jahrhunderts im Rheingebiet (Köln 1998) 116, Nr. 75.

F028837

Augusta Raurica / Mettauertal, Etzgen ; AE: 1893, 0114; 2002, 1051.; CIL: 13, 11538.; other literature: ILS 8949; G. Walser, Römische Inschriften in der Schweiz 2 (Bern 1980) 187-188, Nr. 202; Foto.

F028836

Augusta Raurica / Mettauertal, Etzgen ; AE: 1893, 0114; 2002, 1051.; CIL: 13, 11538.; other literature: ILS 8949; G. Walser, Römische Inschriften in der Schweiz 2 (Bern 1980) 187-188, Nr. 202; Foto.

F028416

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F026258

Offenburg ; AE: 2002, 1051.; CIL: 13, 06286.; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Germanie romaine (Paris - Brussel 1931) 306-307, Nr. 473; Foto; M. Ypanqui, in: C. Bücker - M. Hoeper - N. Krohn - J. Trumm (Hrsg.), Regio Archaeologica. Archäologie und Geschichte an Ober- und Hochrhein. Festschrift für Gerhard Fingerlin zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2002) 45-49; Abb. 1-4; Abb. 5 u. 6 (Zeichnungen).

F024381

Offenburg ; AE: 2002, 1051.; CIL: 13, 06286.; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Germanie romaine (Paris - Brussel 1931) 306-307, Nr. 473; Foto; M. Ypanqui, in: C. Bücker - M. Hoeper - N. Krohn - J. Trumm (Hrsg.), Regio Archaeologica. Archäologie und Geschichte an Ober- und Hochrhein. Festschrift für Gerhard Fingerlin zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2002) 45-49; Abb. 1-4; Abb. 5 u. 6 (Zeichnungen).

F024380

Offenburg ; AE: 2002, 1051.; CIL: 13, 06286.; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Germanie romaine (Paris - Brussel 1931) 306-307, Nr. 473; Foto; M. Ypanqui, in: C. Bücker - M. Hoeper - N. Krohn - J. Trumm (Hrsg.), Regio Archaeologica. Archäologie und Geschichte an Ober- und Hochrhein. Festschrift für Gerhard Fingerlin zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2002) 45-49; Abb. 1-4; Abb. 5 u. 6 (Zeichnungen).

F020519

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F020518

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F020517

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F020503

Brohl-Lützing, Niederlützingen ; CIL: 13, 07700.; other literature: ILS 3455; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 60, Nr. 120; K. Matijević, Römische und frühchristliche Zeugnisse im Norden Obergermaniens. Epigraphische Studien zu unterer Mosel und östlicher Eifel (Rahden (Westf.) 2010) 69-71, Nr. 14; Abb. 18.

F019730

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten ; other literature: M. Clauss, in: EpStud 11 (Köln 1976) 34, Nr. 54; Taf. 15, 4; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Zivile Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 2 (Bonn 1979) 29, Nr. 25; Taf. 13, 25; W. Faust, Die Grabstelen des 2. und 3. Jahrhunderts im Rheingebiet (Köln 1998) 191, Nr. 317.

F017611

Kalkar, bei ; CIL: 13, 08666.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 249, Nr. 634; Zeichnung; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 150-151, Nr. 121; Fotos; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 62, Nr. 53; Taf. 47, 53; W. Faust, Die Grabstelen des 2. und 3. Jahrhunderts im Rheingebiet (Köln 1998) 116, Nr. 75.

F017506

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten ; CIL: 13, 08606; Zeichnung.; other literature: ILS 4739; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 112, Nr. 234; Zeichnung; B. Rémy - P. Faure, Les médecins dans l'Occident romain (Péninsule Ibérique, Bretagne, Gaules, Germanies) (Bordeaux 2010) 167-168, Nr. 65; Foto.

F017204

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F017203

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F017202

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

F012284

Offenburg ; AE: 2002, 1051.; CIL: 13, 06286.; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Germanie romaine (Paris - Brussel 1931) 306-307, Nr. 473; Foto; M. Ypanqui, in: C. Bücker - M. Hoeper - N. Krohn - J. Trumm (Hrsg.), Regio Archaeologica. Archäologie und Geschichte an Ober- und Hochrhein. Festschrift für Gerhard Fingerlin zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2002) 45-49; Abb. 1-4; Abb. 5 u. 6 (Zeichnungen).

F007033

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten ; other literature: M. Clauss, in: EpStud 11 (Köln 1976) 36, Nr. 59; Taf. 17, 3.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B016407

Dahm, O.: Das Kastell Niederberg bei Ehrenbreitstein.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F007017

Colonia Ulpia Traiana / Xanten ; other literature: M. Clauss, in: EpStud 11 (Köln 1976) 34, Nr. 54; Taf. 15, 4; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Zivile Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 2 (Bonn 1979) 29, Nr. 25; Taf. 13, 25; W. Faust, Die Grabstelen des 2. und 3. Jahrhunderts im Rheingebiet (Köln 1998) 191, Nr. 317.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F004824

Offenburg ; AE: 2002, 1051.; CIL: 13, 06286.; other literature: É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Germanie romaine (Paris - Brussel 1931) 306-307, Nr. 473; Foto; M. Ypanqui, in: C. Bücker - M. Hoeper - N. Krohn - J. Trumm (Hrsg.), Regio Archaeologica. Archäologie und Geschichte an Ober- und Hochrhein. Festschrift für Gerhard Fingerlin zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden (Westf.) 2002) 45-49; Abb. 1-4; Abb. 5 u. 6 (Zeichnungen).

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B016405

Pick, B.: 100. Schwaderloch (Schweiz). Römische Inschrift.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F003502

Colonia Ulpia Traiana, bei / Xanten, Birten ; CIL: 13, 08625.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 53-54, Nr. 110; M. Reuter, Legio XXX Ulpia victrix. Ihre Geschichte, ihre Soldaten, ihre Denkmäler (Darmstadt - Mainz 2012) 106-107, Nr. 59; Foto; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 51.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD081040 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) MAIIIV

HD081037 ()

E[---]M[&

HD081033 (Germania superior)

Deae Ianuariae / Sacrovirus [---]

HD081032 (Germania superior)

Maturi Sedatiani / Bandulia Marcelli

HD081031 (Germania superior)

Imp(eratori) / Caes(ari) Trai[ano] / Hadrian[o] / Aug(usto) p(ontifici) m(aximo) tr[ib(unicia)] / pot(estate) co(n)s(uli) II[I] / [&

HD081029 (Germania superior)

Mercurio / Saturninus / Vegetii(!) fil(ius) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD079085 (Germania superior)

$] / [---?]Q[--]N[--- mil(es)] / leg(ionis) VIII [Aug(ustae)] / [b(ene)]f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) id(ibus) [---] / [M]uciano e[t Fabiano] // co(n)s(ulibus) v(otum) [s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)]

HD079075 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Iunoni / Vitalis / [---]IIS / [&

HD079043 (Germania superior)

Mercurio / Iolkantus / Perpetu(u)s / pos(u)it / v(otum) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD078380 (Germania superior)

$] / [---]LIAI(?)[---] / [--- ann]o(rum) IIII m[ensium ---] / [---] pie M(?)[&

HD062691 (Germania superior)

Dis M/atribu/s(!) Vint/edo(?) / v(otum) s(olvit) <l>(ibens) m(erito)

HD062462 (Germania superior)

[S]alvis ddd(ominis) nnn(ostris) / Valentiniano / [Va]lente et Gratiano / [Victo]r(ibus) se<m>p(er) Aug(ustis) burgum / [in Raur]iaco confine leg(io) octa[va] / [August]anensium fecit sub cur(a) / [---]ri p(rae)p(ositi) consu(libus) d(omino) n(ostro) Gratiano II / [et Fl(avio) P]robo v(iro) c(larissimo)

HD062461 (Germania superior)

Salvi[s ddd(ominis) nnn(ostris)] / Valent[iniano] / Valente e[t Gratiano] / per(petuis) tr(iumphatoribus) se<m>p[er Auggg(ustis)] / summa Rapida [---] / fecit sub cura [---] / consul(ibus) d(omino) n(ostro) Gratiano [II et Probo v(iro) c(larissimo)]

HD053406 (Germania superior)

$] / E(?)[---] / [&

HD053122 (Germania superior)

$] / I(?)AN[---] / LIA [---] / SA[---] / [&

HD053108 (Germania superior)

[Imp(eratori) Caesari T(ito) Aelio] / [Hadrian]o An[tonino] / [Augusto] Pio p[ont(ifici) max(imo)] / [trib(unicia) po]t(estate) II[---? co(n)s(uli) II?] / [---? p(atri) p(atriae) ---]

HD053103 (Germania superior)

$] / omnibus dibus deabusque / [---] textor senex [--] / [------] / ex vo(to)? HITRA

HD053048 (Germania superior)

[Genio l]oci coh(ors) VI[I] / [Raetorum eq]uit(ata) Anton(iniana) / [votum solvit m]erito

HD052838 (Germania superior)

Fortunae / Cn(aeus) Calpurnius / Verus praef(ectus) / coh(ortis) VII Raetor(um) / eq(uitatae)

HD051694 (Germania superior)

A(u)gu(sto) sac{o}r(um) / deo Me/rcurio / Camu/lata

HD036909 (Germania superior)

L(ucio) Valerio Alb/ino dom[[o]] Hisp(---) / |(centurioni) c(o)ho(rtis) I Trhacu(m)(!) / ann(orum) LXV sti(pendiorum) XXIII / h(ic) s(itus) [e(st)]

HD030978 (Germania superior)

Coh(ors) IIII Vindeli(corum)

HD030975 (Germania superior)

Coh(ors) VII Raet(orum) eq(uitata)

HD030972 (Germania superior)

Leg(io) XXII Pr(imigenia) p(ia) f(idelis)

HD024714 (Germania superior)

Deo Sucello / aream Resus / Torogilli / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD023762 (Germania superior)

S(emis) ex(actum) a(d) Cas(toris aedem)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B016377

Trumm, J.: Kochtöpfe, Besiedlungsmuster und eine Inschrift - Bemerkungen zur Ostgrenze der Civitas Rauricorum.

November 20, 2019

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LEIC-59EA34 COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy nummus of Helena (324-341), PAX PVBLICA issue. The coin is in fair condition, is 16mm in diameter and weighs 1.00g

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I corrected revizioni in revisioni in the title.

I corrected revizioni in revisioni in the title.


Signed-off-by: James Cowey <james.cowey@urz.uni-heidelberg.de>

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-57C476 BELL POST MEDIEVAL

Two post-medieval copper alloy crotal bells, both with a non-drilled loop and engraved gadroon decoration on the lower half, 17th - 18th century:- iron pea, engraved gadrooning also on upper half, diameter 29.5mm, height 38mm.- part of lower half missing, engraved radial grooves around base of loop, diameter 32.5mm, height 39.5mm.

NMS-57A193 WEIGHT MEDIEVAL

Probably medieval lead weight, slightly convex on one face and flat on the other, with convex sides and a central hole. Diameter 13.5mm, thickness 7mm, hole diameter 7.5 - 8.5mm, weight 5.21g / 80.4 grains. Perhaps for 1/6th troy ounce or 4 scruples (= 80 grains). 13th - 15th century.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-576CCF CLOTH SEAL POST MEDIEVAL

Disc 1 of a post-medieval lead two-part cloth seal, circular, diameter c.20mm. No device. Mid 16th - early 18th century.

LEIC-576641 SCRAPER (TOOL) NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint side-and-end scraper.Light brown opaque patina. Tertiary flake, rounded through retouch. Retouched along the left edge and part of the distal end (semi-abrupt, scaler, direct). Ventral face also flaked on distal end.

LEIC-575CF5 BLADE NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint blade.Translucent, dark grey patina. Secondary blade with bi-directional technology.

LEIC-575298 COMBINATION TOOL BRONZE AGE

Bronze Age flint combination tool.Dark grey opaque patina. Secondary flake. Abruptly retouched (scaler) on a step-fracture along the distal end and small notch on the right. Could possibly be an awl/piercer on the right distal and an end scraper.

NMS-56E809 HARNESS MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy harness flat mount in the form of a fleur-de-lis, with two round apertures above two transverse engraved grooves, an engraved chevron under the springing of the central petal and, on the reverse, two integral round-sectioned attachment spikes. A common type e.g. Read 2016, no. 336, SOM-2536A9 and SUR-178116. Length 25.3mm. Width 19.8mm. 17th century.

NMS-57411A BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Three chapes from post-medieval copper alloy shoe buckles, each with remains of an iron spindle, c.1660 - c.1720:- bent, most of the stud missing, length 33mm, width 18.5mm.- attachment edge (with stud or anchor) missing, width 17.6mm.- attachment edge (with stud or anchor) missing, rectangular maker's mark to be viewed with the spindle upwards, IR within a pecked frame, width 12mm.

LEIC-574638 FLAKE NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint thinning flake.Translucent, dark brownish-grey patina. Tertiary flake. Complex dorsal pattern, mixed butt. Likely to be an axe-thinning flake.

LEIC-573C19 FLAKE NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint retouched flake.Light grey opaque patina. Tertiary flake with orthogonal technology. Distal end abruptly retouched (sub-parallel), possibly a micro-tool, scraper or awl/piercer,

LEIC-57323C BLADE NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint snapped blade.Translucent, dark greyish-brown patina. Secondary blade, transverse snap laterally removing the distal end.

LEIC-572729 DEBITAGE UNKNOWN

Undated flint fragment.Mid-creamy-brown opaque patina,

LEIC-5715FC BLADE MESOLITHIC

Mesolithic flint snapped blade.Light bluish-cream opaque patina. Tertiary blade, proximal end missing. Bi-directional technology. Appears to have been slightly flaked in a later period. Some semi-abrupt, scaler retouch present on the right edge.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

The Propaganda of Octavian and Mark Antony's Civil War

Propaganda played an important role in Octavian (l. 63 BCE - 14 CE) and Mark Antony’s (l. 83 – 30 BCE) civil war, and once victorious at the Battle of Actium (31 BCE), Octavian returned home to become the first Roman emperor. The decade preceding their civil war was a decisive one. In 43 BCE, Octavian, Antony, and Lepidus (l. 89/88 – 13/12 BCE) formed the Second Triumvirate...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LEIC-57098B ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint arrowhead.Mid-brown opaque patina. Broken tertiary flake, hinge fracture creates the left edge. Truncated proximal end on the right and truncated base to shape. Tip slightly retouched by abrupt, crossed technique.

LEIC-56FEB4 LITHIC IMPLEMENT NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint lithic implement. Piercer.Mid-brown opaque patina. A fragment that has been abruptly retouched (scaler) along an edge to create the piercer tip.

LEIC-56F6BA LITHIC IMPLEMENT NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint lithic implement. Piercer.Mid-grey opaque patina. Secondary blade. Butt has been retouched (abrupt, scaler) to form the piercer and continues along the right edge (scaler, semi-abrupt, inverse). Notch on the left for hafting and the base has been flaked abruptly to shape.

LEIC-56E8FF CORE MESOLITHIC

Mesolithic burnt flint opposed-platform core.Small, burnt opposed-platform bladelet core,

LEIC-56DE61 CORE NEOLITHIC

Neolithic multi-directional flint core.Light grey opaque patina with iron staining. Looks like a mini Levallois core with a flaked upper surface and an unflaked lower surface. Facetted at one end.

LEIC-56D3D3 SCRAPER (TOOL) NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint end scraper.Light brownish-cream opaque patina. Tertiary flake, rounded and retouched (abrupt and semi-abrupt, scaler, short, direct).

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Chiron, CC images of the Classical World Pool (Flickr)

Tomb 1

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Tomb 1

Aiakos and Rhadamanthys on the Doric facade of the Tomb of the Judgement from ancient Mieza (modern Lefkadia). A rare example of well-preserved monumental painting from the early 3rd century BCE.

Rhadamanthys

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Rhadamanthys

Facade of the Tomb of the Judgement from ancient Mieza (modern Lefkadia). A rare example of well-preserved monumental painting from the early 3rd century BCE.

Doric frieze

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Doric frieze

Painted metope from the Doric facade of the Tomb of the Judgement from ancient Mieza (modern Lefkadia). Early 3rd century BCE.

Warrior with Hermes

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Warrior with Hermes

Hermes Psychopomphos guides the deceased warrior to the afterlife, from the Doric facade of the Tomb of the Judgement from ancient Mieza (modern Lefkadia). A rare example of well-preserved monumental painting from the early 3rd century BCE.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Wolof Empire

The Wolof (aka Jolof or Djolof) Empire was a state on the coast of West Africa, located between the Senegal and Gambia rivers, which thrived from the mid-14th to mid-16th century CE. The empire prospered on trade thanks to the two rivers providing access to the resources of the African interior and coastal traffic, commerce which included gold, hides, ivory, and slaves, and which was often...

tDar: The Digital Archaeological Record

HARP Supplemental Documents

HARP supplemental documents including reports, open-house presentation, and list of pollen samples

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Igel

The village of Igel is known for its funerary monument of the Secundinii dating ca. A.D. 250.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Pons Chabinae

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 67 H1 unnamed bridge (Pons Chabinae, Cendere Köprüsü, W Arsameia pros Nymphaio)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F037704

Butzbach ; AE: 1969/70, 0438.; CIL: 13, 07433.; other literature: H.-G. Simon, SJ 25, 1968, 193-199; Abb. 1. 2 u. 4; Abb. 3 u. 5 (Zeichnungen); F. Kofler, in: Der obergermanisch-rätische Limes des Römerreiches B, II, 2, 14 (Lieferung 1) (Heidelberg 1914) 18, Nr. 3; M. Reuter - M. Scholz, in: M. Reuter - M. Scholz (Hrsg.), Geritzt und entziffert. Schriftzeugnisse der römischen Informationsgesellschaft (Esslingen/Neckar 2004) 32; Abb. 49.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B016404

Huld-Zetsche, I.: Der Mainzer Krater mit den sieben Figuren. (Mit englischer und niederländischer Zusammenfassung)

B016403

Kofler, F.: Das Kastell Butzbach.

B016402

Mazimann, J.P.: Une fibule signée à Mathay (Doubs, F).

B016401

Matteotti, R.: Die Decurio-Inschrift aus Muttenz BL. Kavallerie in der Colonia Augusta Rauricorum?

B016400

Ewald, J.: Kirche St. Arbogast

B016399

Speidel, M.A.: Römische Reitertruppen in Augst. Ein Beitrag zur Frühgeschichte des Windischen Heeresverbandes

B014740

Hartmann, M. - Speidel, A.M.: Die Hilfstruppen des Windischer Heeresverbandes. Zur Besatzungsgeschichte von Vindonissa im 1. Jahrhundert n. Chr.

B014160

Speidel, M.A.: Die römischen Schreibtafeln von Vindonissa.

B006725

Nesselhauf, H. - Lieb, H.: Dritter Nachtrag zu CIL XIII. Inschriften aus den germanischen Provinzen und dem Treverergebiet.

B001587

Finke, H.: Neue Inschriften.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD080978 (Germania superior)

$] / |(centuria) Bas(s)i / [&?

HD065345 (Dalmatia)

Imp(eratori) Caesari / [[M(arco) Anto[n(io) Go]r[dia]no]] / [[[Pio Fel]ic(i) [Au]g(usto) p(ontifici) m(aximo)]] / tribuni(cia) pot(estate) II con(suli) / p(atri) p(atriae) res public(a) [---] d(ecreto) d(ecurionum)(?) / XXIII

HD064820 (Dalmatia)

[---]OMINO(?)[---] / [---]I [---](?) / [&

HD064788 (Dalmatia)

$] / AI(?)I(?)[---] / APATAV[---] / [&

HD064493 (Dalmatia)

$](?) / [--- K]al(end--) Nov(embr---) [---] / [&?

HD064419 (Dalmatia)

$] / RESQ[---] / eius viv[--- c?]/arissim[---] / ADIP(?)I(?)[---] / [&

HD063067 (Dalmatia)

D(ecimus) Petronius / Dasius IIIIIIvir / D(ecimus) Petronius / Cilo IIIIIIvir

HD062799 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Gamus / L(a)eli(a)e / Liberali / co(n)iugi b(ene) m(erenti) / p(osuit)

HD062660 (Dalmatia)

Caio Val(erio) Vero vix(it) ann(os) XVI / men(ses) V dies XVI pos(uerunt) C(aius?) V(alerius?) E(---)(?) / V(aleria?) V(---) par(entes) fil(io) pien(tissimo) et sibi

HD057946 (Dalmatia)

Q(uintus) Fonteius Raeci / f(ilius) v(ivus) f(ecit) sibi et / Volsounae Oplicae / Pl[a]etoris f(iliae) / coniugi suae

HD057945 (Dalmatia)

Ti(berio) Caesar[e] Aug(usti) f(ilio) / Augusto pon[t(ifici)] max(imo) / C(aius) Aemilius Vols(oni) f(ilius) Ocla(tinus) / L(ucius) Fonteius Q(uinti) f(ilius) Rufus / IIviri porticum / curiam d(ecreto) d(ecurionum) faciundum / curavere id(em)que probav[ere]

HD057700 (Dalmatia)

D[ep]ositio / Felic[is p]rocura[t]ori(s) / ec(c)les[ia]e Saloni[ta]nae / de(positi) die [K]alendar[um Fe]br(uarium) / qui v[ix]it anni[s p(lus)] m(inus) L / VT[---] PIITIEMV(?)[-]OSTMI / hic ia[ce]nti Domnic[ae] uxori / mea[e] mecum pon[i? s]i / qui[s] voluerit no[stra] / [------] / [------](?)

HD056895 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) // Dalma/ti q(ui) vix(it) / an(nos) [---] / [& // D(is) M(anibus) // Valentinae / defunctae a/nnorum p(lus) m(inus) t/[ri]um Claudia L/[---] mater F/[---]N(?)P(?)AR(?) / [&

HD056892 (Dalmatia)

Iulio Cr[escen]/ti infan[ti ---] / M(arcus) Iul(ius) Cro[nius? ---?]

HD056694 (Dalmatia)

[---] tripon[di-? ---] / [--- c]oll(egi-) Ven[eris ---] / [------] / [&

HD056693 (Dalmatia)

L(uci-) Egn[ati---] / augu[r---] / [--]I(?)C(?)[---] / [&

HD056675 (Dalmatia)

D(?)[-](?)T(?)H(?)L(?)I(?)I(?)I(?) / [&

HD056672 (Dalmatia)

$] / NI(?)[---] / XX[---] / [-](?)CE[---] / [------] / [&?

HD056662 (Dalmatia)

$](?) / [---] Tertu[ll---] / [---]t sibi [---] / [--- C]orne[li---] / [---co]niug[i ---] / [&?

HD056659 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / [A?]emili(u?)s / [Fe?]lici et Melitine / [---]M(?)P(?)[---] / [&?

HD055373 (Germania superior)

(H)abui trem/orem

HD054776 (Dalmatia)

L(ucio) Praec[i]l[i]o L(uci) f(ilio) Clementi / Iuliano / pontif(ici) quinquennal(i) desig(nato) / flamini patrono coloniae / primipilari leg(ionis) V Macedonicae / praefecto castrorum / leg(ionis) eiusdem veterani qui / militaver(unt) sub P(ublio) Memmio Re/gulo legato Augusti et mis/si sunt Q(uinto) <F>u{te}tio Lusio Saturni/no M(arco) Seio Verano co(n)s(ulibus) curam geren/tibus Ti(berio) Claudio Celso Ti(beri) Aug(usti) / COMBIO M(arco) Tauritio Marcellino / l(ocus) d(atus) p(ublice)

HD054759 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Fl(avio) Caroso veterano / Attigia Ursacia / compa{t}ri benignissimo

HD054541 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) // Iulia<e> Fau<s>tinae / de<f>un<c>t(a)e anno/rum XXV pos{u}eru/nt parent[es pien]/t[issimi? ---?] / [&?

HD054183 (Dalmatia)

Ael(io) Ursacio mil(iti) / co(ho)rtis VIII volunt(ariorum) / qui vixit annis XXV mens(ibus) VIIII / marito pientis(simo) posuit

HD054172 (Dalmatia)

Fl(avius) Fidentius ex / comitibus Sirm(i)e(n)sis / hic est depositus / vixit an(nos) XX

HD054171 (Dalmatia)

Casconiae Marcellinae cl(arissimae) f(eminae) / matri pientissimae quae vix(it) / ann(os) LVII Casconia Marcellina / cl(arissima) f(emina) filia et heres si quis hoc / sepulchrum tentaverit aperire / dederit fisco SS L milia

HD054170 (Dalmatia)

Publio Balsamio / Sabiniano c(larissimo) p(ueri) / trib(uno) laticl(avio) / filio Aur(eli) Sabiniani v(iri) e(gregii) / proc(uratoris) duc(is) prov(inciae) Dalmat(iae) / trib(uni) protec[tor(um) Augusti] / [---]N vigor Concordius / Victorinianus / patrono praestantissimo

HD054157 (Dalmatia)

Aurelia Renata / pos(u)it magisterio s(uo)

HD053931 (Dalmatia)

Prima Fulviniae / Urbana Curtiae / Oecumene Iuliae / mag(istrae) V(eneris?) d(onum) d(ederunt)

HD053748 (Dalmatia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) [M(aximo)] / sac[r(um)] / A(ulus) Obu[ltro]/[n]iu[s](?) [---]

HD053743 (Dalmatia)

Iovi O(ptimo) M(aximo)

HD053740 (Dalmatia)

[H]erculi [---] / [S]ex(tus) Aquilli[us ---] / Severus |(centurio) coh(ortis) V[---] / donis donatus ab [Imp(eratore) Traiano bello] / Dacico dec(urio) Salonis et Flano[nae] / l(ocus) d(atus) d(ecreto) d(ecurionum)

HD053602 (Germania superior)

[I(mperatore) C(ommodo)] A(ugusto) coh(ortis) V Del(matarum)(!) / [|(centuriae)] Victorini / Ursidi

HD053573 (Germania superior)

Tib(erius) Cl(audius) Andecamulus / dec(urio) alae Gem[ell(ianae)] / veteran[us] / Apol(lini) et M[inervae?] / v(otum) [s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)]

HD053569 (Germania superior)

$] / Asinio Ce[l]ere Non[io] co(n)s(ulibus) XI K(alendas) / Aug(ustas) s(upra) s(criptus) Clua eq(ues) Raetor(um) / tur(ma) Albi Pudentis ac(c)epi |(denarios) L / [e]t stipendi(i) proximi |(denarios) LXXV

HD052943 (Germania superior)

[Rom]a[e] e[t] Augus[t]o

HD052182 (Germania superior)

[Deo I]nv[ic]t(o) M[ithrae d(onum)?] d(edit) [l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)] Quintus Ca[---]

HD052010 (Dalmatia)

P(ublius) Iulius Rufus / aedem Matr(i) / Mag(nae) d(e) s(ua) p(ecunia) f(aciendum) c(uravit) / idemq(ue) dedic(avit)

HD050330 (Germania superior)

T[u]llo |(centuria) Gai // $] / $] / [quae]ris in quas vias curas / [agam qui]dquid egi Marci curae / [attrib]utum tum faustus Tullus / [qui de] amoribus ig(n)oras V[-]S[---]

HD050328 (Germania superior)

Sorn[i]o [Sec]undo / |(centuria) [---]is aut / Sornio [F]irmo / |(centuria) Procu[l]i da/bis

HD050327 (Germania superior)

C(aio) Se[i]o Rae/tico |(centuria) Pontii

HD050326 (Germania superior)

Dabis L(ucio) Finitio / Dubitato |(centuria) [---] Taciti

HD050325 (Germania superior)

Venula/nto // Nonio / mil(iti) leg(ionis) XIII g(eminae) / |(centuria) Socci

HD049723 (Germania superior)

Lago(e)na / Natalis

HD045398 (Dalmatia)

Iulia Muntana sibi viva / pos(uit) et Aur(elio) Patienti(?) / coniugi suo inter areas / in medio in (h)orto et viam / prospicientem inter Aurelium / Vet(tium)(?) et Calventiam Ingenuam / loco concesso ab (A)elio Marullino

HD044971 (Germania superior)

Torna(---) f(ecit)

HD039859 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / S(e)mp(ro)/nio / Vale(n)/tion(i) / Val(eria) V(ic)/tori(na?) / [&

HD039850 (Dalmatia)

Stenius / Fortis / Lupulae / colliber/tae / b(ene) m(erenti)

HD034112 (Dalmatia)

D(epositio?) Anastasi lector(i)s s(ub) d[ie ---]

HD034111 (Dalmatia)

$ vi?]xit / [---]ORIAV(?)I(?)F(?) / [---]S

HD034110 (Dalmatia)

$] / [po]suit / [---]a deli/[ca]to [---]/ [&?

HD034107 (Dalmatia)

$] / [--- I]anuario / [---] posuit

HD034095 (Dalmatia)

Fl(avius) Crescentia[nus ---] / commea[---] / felicem A(?)[---] / per propr[---] / tra(n)sire C[---]

HD033618 (Dalmatia)

$] / [--- hanc sepultu]//ram si qu[is] // [de]asciare volu//erit habe[at]// [ir]ata numina // quitquit(!) [Ro]//[m]ani sive Iude//i vel Crissi[ani](!) // <venerantur> // colent e[t]//[deo]s Manis(!) unus//quisque // quot sibi fi//[e]ri non vu[lt] // facere non // debet

HD033438 (Dalmatia)

$] / [---]I(?)ma / [---] h(ic) s(ita) / [---]I(?)a mater / filiae

HD029646 (Germania superior)

Marti / Camulo / [s]acrum // Fronto / TE(?)oni f(ilius) / d(ono) d(edit)

HD028360 (Dalmatia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / L(ucius) Septumius(!) / Secundus

HD027715 (Germania superior)

Deo / Invicto / Adiutorius / Tertius / [&

HD022999 (Germania superior)

Dabis / Q(uinto) Attio / Basso // Dabis / Q(uinto?) V(?)[---] / D[---] / |(centuria) Satur/nini

HD022996 (Germania superior)

Dabes(!) / S(exto) Calv(i)o(?) / militi legionis / [&

HD022990 (Germania superior)

P(ublio) Terentio Tertullo signif(ero) / |(centuria) Sever[i]ni leg(ione) XI [C(laudia)] p(ia) f(ideli) // [[Publio Terentio s[i]g(nifero)]] / [[l(egionis) XI C(laudiae) p(iae) f(idelis)]]

HD022981 (Germania superior)

C(aio) Aemilio Lup/erco militi / leg(ionis) XI C(laudiae) p(iae) f(idelis) |(centuria) [---] / [&

HD022972 (Germania superior)

D(abis) Frontino |(centuria) / C(ai) [---]

HD018737 (Germania superior)

Dabis Aninio Moderato / militi leg(ionis) XXI rapacis / |(centuria) Vindicis

HD013912 (Germania superior)

Im(peratore) Co(mmodo) Au(gusto) al(a) Moe(sica) / t(urma) Placidi Firmi // Apron(i?) X

HD013304 (Germania superior)

Q(uintus) Septimius Licinus / |(centurioni) coh(ortis) [H]isp[anor(um)] / [&

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NMS-4097C1 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver long-cross halfpenny of Edward II, London, worn, 0.62g, Withers Type 12, North 1069/3, 1310-14.

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HARP 1990 Survey Ceramic Tabulation Forms

Ceramic tabulation forms from 1990 HARP survey

HARP 1990-1991 Specimen Logs

Specimen logs from the 1990-1991 HARP excavation seasons.

HARP Heshotauthla Polychrome INAA Results

Activation analysis reports for Heshotauthla Polychrome sherds

HARP 1990-1991 Photograph Logs

Photograph logs from the 1990-1991 HARP excavation seasons

Ancient History Encyclopedia

The Battle of Actium: Birth of an Empire

The battle of Cynoscephalae in 197 BCE concluded the Second Macedonian War (200-197 BCE) and consolidated Rome's power in the Mediterranean, finally resulting in Greece becoming a province of Rome in 146 BCE. This engagement is sometimes cited as the birth of the Roman Empire in that it proved the superiority of the legions of the Roman army over the Macedonian-Greek phalanx in...

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WILT-41CAD4 BROOCH ROMAN

A Fragment of a Roman copper alloy plate brooch, probably dating to AD 100-250. The brooch was originally oval in plan, the plate divided into three concentric zones by raised borders. The inner zone formed a setting for a glass setting (now lost), the outer zone has been all-but lost through abrasion. The central zone features surviving gilding and is decorated with a repeating pattern of stamped S-shaped punches. A single, incomplete perforated lug projects from the reverse.Length 10.8mm; Width 17.4mm; Thickness 4.8mm; weight 1.32g.Cf. Mackreth (2011: 161) type 3.b2, and examples illustrated on Plt. 107.

NMS-41A56D BELL POST MEDIEVAL

Two post-medieval copper alloy crotal bells with non-drilled loops, 17th - 18th century:- most of the loop missing, iron pea,engraved gadroon decoration on lower half, diameter 32mm.- complete but no pea present, without decoration, diameter 28.5mm, height 34.3mm.

NMS-418F8B BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Part of a post-medieval copper alloy double-looped buckle frame in extremely abraded condition. Both loops were probably oval, though only part of one loop and a stump of the bar are extant. No decorative detail has survived but the form suggests that the object was probably similar to Whitehead 2003, no. 412. Estimated length and width c.50mm. Mid 16th - mid 17th century.

NMS-415C92 MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

Part of a post-medieval copper alloy mount with remains of an iron rivet near a bifid terminal and very abraded in counter-relief. Probably part of a clasp similar to Read 008, nos. 758-62 or a sword belt fitting as ibid. nos. 790-5. Extant length 21mm. Width 14.3mm. Mid 16th - mid 17th century.

NMS-40E9DE COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver sixpence of Elizabeth I, Tower mint, initial mark pheon, light wear, 2.92g, North 1997, 1561.

NMS-40C37D COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver groat of Edward IV, London, first reign, light coinage, initial marks crown (obverse) and sun (reverse), quatrefoils at neck, rose on breast, some wear, 2.67g, North 1571, 1467-8.

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NMS-40A635 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver quarter thistle merk of James VI of Scotland, Edinburgh, fairly worn,1.44g,1602.

NMS-40854E COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver voided long-cross cut farthing of Henry III, uncertain moneyer of London, very worn, 0.39g, Class 5d, c.1257.

NMS-406283 FURNITURE FITTING POST MEDIEVAL

Fragment of a post-medieval copper alloy flat furniture mount with punched annular and part-annular impressions. One convex curved edge and one corner are unbroken. Probably part of a keyhole escuthceon such as DOR-55313C. 25 x 21mm. Thickness 1.2mm. Late 17th - early 18th century.

NMS-40730E COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver short-cross cut farthing of uncertain king, London, extremely worn, 0.30g, 1180-1247.

NMS-3FFF75 DRESS HOOK POST MEDIEVAL

Incomplete post-medieval copper alloy hooked tag, loop missing, circular openwork body with a central boss between of four radiating fleurs-de-lis, pelleted border, broken hook at base. Extant length 29mm. Width 16mm. See Read 2008, no. 370. Read early post-medieval Class E, Type 3. Later 16th-17th century.

NMS-405ACD JETTON POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy jetton of Hans Krauwinckel II, small Nuremberg Rose-Orb type, Mitchiner 1558, same dies, 1586-1635.

NMS-404075 SCISSORS POST MEDIEVAL

Fragment of a pair of post-medieval copper alloy scissors, part of one rectangular-sectioned curved arm, the finger-loop missing, widening out to a recess for a missing iron blade which would have been attached by an iron rivet. Extant length 29mm. 16th - 17th century.

NMS-403FEE COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy radiate of Victorinus, Gallic mint I, reverse FIDES MILITVM, 1.97g, AD269-71.

NMS-402A62 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy Harington farthing token of James I, Tower mint, uncertain initial mark, North 2130-1, 1613-14.

NMS-4014AA COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy Richmond 'Round' farthing token of Charles I, Tower mint, uncertain initial mark, 1625-34.

NMS-4003CB RING MEDIEVAL

Medieval to post-medieval copper alloy ring of irregular pentagonal cross-section with profuse file marks on all facets except on the inner slightly convex face . External diameter 24.2 - 25.7mm. Internal diameter 18mm. Thickness 3 - 3.5mm. Possibly used in the suspension of drapes (Egan 1998, 62-4). Mid 14th - 16th century.

NMS-3FF97F COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy Richmond 'Round' farthing token of Charles I, Tower mint, initial mark lis three, North 2277, 1625-34.

NMS-3FE706 VESSEL MEDIEVAL

Seven fragments of copper sheet, probably for the repair of vessels, two with one sheet rivet (one with part of one straight side), three with two sheet held together by a sheet rivet, one with a torn rivet hole and part of one straight side, and one with thick sootting one on face but no rivet present. Weight 33.96g. 14th - 17th century.

NMS-3FE2B9 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver fragmentary long-cross farthing of Edward I, London, extremely worn, 0.23g, Class 4-9, 1282-1300/1.

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Doric 1

Detail of the entablature of the "Tomb of the Judgment" at Mieza (modern Lefkadia) showing the excellent preservation of the paint on the facade of the 2300-year-old Macedonian tomb (early 3rd century BCE).

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Persepolis

Persepolis was the capital of the Persian Achaemenid Empire from the reign of Darius I (the Great, r. 522-486 BCE) until its destruction in 330 BCE. Its name comes from the Greek Perses-polis (Persian City), but the Persians knew it as Parsa (City of the Persians). Construction began between 518-515 BCE under Darius I who wanted a fresh start for Persian government administration and moved...

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HARP 1990 In-Field and Survey Lithic and Groundstone Tabulation Forms

In-field and survey lithic and groundstone tabulation forms from the HARP 1990 season.

HARP 1990-1991 Excavation Chipped Stone Tabulation Forms

Chipped stone tabulation forms from the HARP 1990-1991 excavation season.

HARP Ceramic Tabulation Data Correction

HARP 1990-1991 Ceramic tabulation data correction documents

HARP 1990-1991 Excavation and Survey Ceramic Tabulations

HARP 1990-1991 excavation ceramic tabulation Forms, 1991 ceramic survey tabulation forms

HARP 1991 In-Field Ceramic Tabulation Forms

In-field ceramic tabulation forms for the HARP 1991 excavation season

HARP 1990 In-Field Ceramic Tabulation Forms

In-field ceramic tabulation forms for the HARP 1990 excavation season

HARP 1991 Survey Forms LZ800-864

HARP 1991 Survey Forms LZ800-LZ864

HARP 1991 Survey Forms LZ700-799

HARP 1991 Survey Forms LZ700-LZ799

HARP 1991 Excavation Forms

HARP excavation forms from the 1991 season. PDF also includes scans of the 1991 specimen log, a copy of the HARP Field and Laboratory Manual, and field notes.

HARP 1990 Survey Forms LZ600-629, LZ650-659

HARP 1990 Survey Forms LZ600-629, LZ650-659.

HARP 1990 Survey Forms LZ500-LZ599

HARP 1990 Survey Forms LZ500-LZ599

HARP 1990 Excavation Forms

HARP excavation forms from the 1990 season

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F018554

Bonna / Bonn, Dottendorf ; CIL: 13, 07998; Zeichnung.; other literature: E. Schallmayer - K. Eibl - J. Ott - G. Preuß - E. Wittkopf, Der römische Weihebezirk von Osterburken 1. Corpus der griechischen und lateinischen Beneficiarier-Inschriften des Römischen Reiches (Stuttgart 1990) 60, Nr. 59; PIR (2. Aufl.) O 25; PIR (2. Aufl.) V 136; P. Noelke, KJ 40, 2007, 208-209, Nr. 10.

F018553

Bonna / Bonn, Dottendorf ; CIL: 13, 07998; Zeichnung.; other literature: E. Schallmayer - K. Eibl - J. Ott - G. Preuß - E. Wittkopf, Der römische Weihebezirk von Osterburken 1. Corpus der griechischen und lateinischen Beneficiarier-Inschriften des Römischen Reiches (Stuttgart 1990) 60, Nr. 59; PIR (2. Aufl.) O 25; PIR (2. Aufl.) V 136; P. Noelke, KJ 40, 2007, 208-209, Nr. 10.

F018552

Bonna / Bonn, Dottendorf ; CIL: 13, 07998; Zeichnung.; other literature: E. Schallmayer - K. Eibl - J. Ott - G. Preuß - E. Wittkopf, Der römische Weihebezirk von Osterburken 1. Corpus der griechischen und lateinischen Beneficiarier-Inschriften des Römischen Reiches (Stuttgart 1990) 60, Nr. 59; PIR (2. Aufl.) O 25; PIR (2. Aufl.) V 136; P. Noelke, KJ 40, 2007, 208-209, Nr. 10.

F018551

Bonna / Bonn, Dottendorf ; CIL: 13, 07998; Zeichnung.; other literature: E. Schallmayer - K. Eibl - J. Ott - G. Preuß - E. Wittkopf, Der römische Weihebezirk von Osterburken 1. Corpus der griechischen und lateinischen Beneficiarier-Inschriften des Römischen Reiches (Stuttgart 1990) 60, Nr. 59; PIR (2. Aufl.) O 25; PIR (2. Aufl.) V 136; P. Noelke, KJ 40, 2007, 208-209, Nr. 10.

F018450

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08019; Zeichnung.; other literature: W. Spickermann, in: L. Clemens - H. Merten - C. Schäfer (Hrsg.), Frühchristliche Grabinschriften im Westen des Römischen Reiches. Beiträge zur Internationalen Konferenz "Frühchristliche Grabinschriften im Westen des Römischen Reiches", Trier 2013 (Trier 2015) 85, Nr. 12; P. Noelke, KJ 40, 2007, 209, Nr. 11; PIR (2. Aufl.) N 236; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 632.

F018012

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 2002, 1034.; CIL: 13, 08098; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 264, Nr. 658; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 26-27, Nr. 5; Taf. 10; K.A. Müller, Geschichte der Stadt Bonn (Bonn 1834) 266-267, Nr. 7; ILS 2580; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 194, Nr. 91.

F018011

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 2002, 1034.; CIL: 13, 08098; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 264, Nr. 658; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 26-27, Nr. 5; Taf. 10; K.A. Müller, Geschichte der Stadt Bonn (Bonn 1834) 266-267, Nr. 7; ILS 2580; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 194, Nr. 91.

F018008

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08067.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 229-230, Nr. 609; G. Alföldy, in: EpStud 4 (Köln 1967) 27, Nr. 13; S. Willer, Römische Grabbauten des 2. und 3. Jahrhunderts nach Christus im Rheingebiet (Mainz 2005) 124, Nr. 33.

F017950

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08067.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 229-230, Nr. 609; G. Alföldy, in: EpStud 4 (Köln 1967) 27, Nr. 13; S. Willer, Römische Grabbauten des 2. und 3. Jahrhunderts nach Christus im Rheingebiet (Mainz 2005) 124, Nr. 33.

F017553

Bonna / Bonn, Endenich ; CIL: 13, 08003; Zeichnung.; other literature: A. Kakoschke, Ortsfremde in den römischen Provinzen Germania inferior und Germania superior (Möhnesee 2002), Nr. 1.49.

F017362

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08045 a.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 6-7, Nr. 9,1.

F017361

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08045 a.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 6-7, Nr. 9,1.

F017360

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08045 b.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 6-7, Nr. 9,2.

F017359

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08045.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 6-7, Nr. 9.

F016993

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08088; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 316, Nr. 788; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Zivile Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 2 (Bonn 1979) 19-20, Nr. 6; Taf. 5, 6.

F016988

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08036.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 7-8, Nr. 11.

F016987

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08036.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 7-8, Nr. 11.

F016986

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08036.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 7-8, Nr. 11.

F016985

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08036.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 7-8, Nr. 11.

F016977

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1892, 0035.; CIL: 13, 08095; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 256-257, Nr. 649; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 33-35, Nr. 14; Taf. 17 u. 18; E. aus'm Weerth, KWDZ 10, 1891, 296, Nr. 113; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 177-178, Nr. 37.

F016976

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1892, 0035.; CIL: 13, 08095; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 256-257, Nr. 649; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 33-35, Nr. 14; Taf. 17 u. 18; E. aus'm Weerth, KWDZ 10, 1891, 296, Nr. 113; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 177-178, Nr. 37.

F016972

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 2002, 1034.; CIL: 13, 08098; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 264, Nr. 658; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 26-27, Nr. 5; Taf. 10; K.A. Müller, Geschichte der Stadt Bonn (Bonn 1834) 266-267, Nr. 7; ILS 2580; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 194, Nr. 91.

F016971

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 2002, 1034.; CIL: 13, 08098; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 264, Nr. 658; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 26-27, Nr. 5; Taf. 10; K.A. Müller, Geschichte der Stadt Bonn (Bonn 1834) 266-267, Nr. 7; ILS 2580; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 194, Nr. 91.

F016962

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1890, 0026.; CIL: 13, 08097; Zeichnung.; other literature: ILS 2501; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 261-262, Nr. 655; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 35-36, Nr. 15; Taf. 19; (o. Autor), KWDZ 8, 1889, 246-247, Nr. 141; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 183, Nr. 55.

F016961

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1890, 0026.; CIL: 13, 08097; Zeichnung.; other literature: ILS 2501; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 261-262, Nr. 655; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 35-36, Nr. 15; Taf. 19; (o. Autor), KWDZ 8, 1889, 246-247, Nr. 141; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 183, Nr. 55.

F016960

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1892, 0126.; CIL: 13, 08094; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 257-258, Nr. 650; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 32-33, Nr. 12; Taf. 15; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 177, Nr. 36; (Bonner Zeitung), KWDZ 11, 1892, 65-66, Nr. 44.

F016959

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1892, 0126.; CIL: 13, 08094; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 257-258, Nr. 650; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 32-33, Nr. 12; Taf. 15; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 177, Nr. 36; (Bonner Zeitung), KWDZ 11, 1892, 65-66, Nr. 44.

F016958

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1892, 0035.; CIL: 13, 08095; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 256-257, Nr. 649; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 33-35, Nr. 14; Taf. 17 u. 18; E. aus'm Weerth, KWDZ 10, 1891, 296, Nr. 113; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 177-178, Nr. 37.

F007086

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1931, 0018; 1939, p. 74 s. n. 235.; other literature: H. Nesselhauf, BRGK 27, 1937, 98, Nr. 163; H. Lehner, BJ 135, 1930, 11-12, Nr. 20; Taf. 10; É. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues et bustes de la Gaule Romaine 11 (Paris 1938) 80-82, Nr. 7762; Fotos; A.G. Garman, The cult of the matronae in the Roman Rhineland. Historical evaluation of the archaeological evidence (Lewiston 2008) 105, Nr. 84; A. Kakoschke, Ortsfremde in den römischen Provinzen Germania inferior und Germania superior (Möhnesee 2002), Nr. 1.55.

F007083

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1910, 0126.; CIL: 13, 12043.; other literature: H. Lehner, RGKB 3, 1910, 34-36, Nr. 23; Abb. 9; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 10, Nr. 16.

F007082

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08115; Zeichnung.; other literature: G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Zivile Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 2 (Bonn 1979) 15, Nr. 1; Taf. 1, 1; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 319, Nr. 795; Zeichnung; A. Kakoschke, Ortsfremde in den römischen Provinzen Germania inferior und Germania superior (Möhnesee 2002), Nr. 2.27.

F007081

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 2002, 1034.; CIL: 13, 08098; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 264, Nr. 658; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 26-27, Nr. 5; Taf. 10; K.A. Müller, Geschichte der Stadt Bonn (Bonn 1834) 266-267, Nr. 7; ILS 2580; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 194, Nr. 91.

F007080

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1890, 0026.; CIL: 13, 08097; Zeichnung.; other literature: ILS 2501; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 261-262, Nr. 655; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 35-36, Nr. 15; Taf. 19; (o. Autor), KWDZ 8, 1889, 246-247, Nr. 141; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 183, Nr. 55.

F007079

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1892, 0035.; CIL: 13, 08095; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 256-257, Nr. 649; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 33-35, Nr. 14; Taf. 17 u. 18; E. aus'm Weerth, KWDZ 10, 1891, 296, Nr. 113; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 177-178, Nr. 37.

F007078

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1892, 0126.; CIL: 13, 08094; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 257-258, Nr. 650; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 32-33, Nr. 12; Taf. 15; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 177, Nr. 36; (Bonner Zeitung), KWDZ 11, 1892, 65-66, Nr. 44.

F007076

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08079; Zeichnung.; other literature: ILS 2275; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 236-237; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 27-28, Nr. 6; Taf. 11.

F007075

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08071; Zeichnung.; other literature: ILS 2279; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 227-228, Nr. 606; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 61-62, Nr. 52; Taf. 46, 52.

F007074

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08036.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 7-8, Nr. 11.

F007022

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08019; Zeichnung.; other literature: W. Spickermann, in: L. Clemens - H. Merten - C. Schäfer (Hrsg.), Frühchristliche Grabinschriften im Westen des Römischen Reiches. Beiträge zur Internationalen Konferenz "Frühchristliche Grabinschriften im Westen des Römischen Reiches", Trier 2013 (Trier 2015) 85, Nr. 12; P. Noelke, KJ 40, 2007, 209, Nr. 11; PIR (2. Aufl.) N 236; PIR (2. Aufl.) A 632.

F007019

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08128a.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 389, Nr. 1008.

F004137

Bonna, bei / Endenich ; CIL: 13, 08003; Zeichnung.; other literature: A. Kakoschke, Ortsfremde in den römischen Provinzen Germania inferior und Germania superior (Möhnesee 2002), Nr. 1.49.

F004134

Bonna, bei / Bonn, bei ; CIL: 13, 07998; Zeichnung.; other literature: E. Schallmayer - K. Eibl - J. Ott - G. Preuß - E. Wittkopf, Der römische Weihebezirk von Osterburken 1. Corpus der griechischen und lateinischen Beneficiarier-Inschriften des Römischen Reiches (Stuttgart 1990) 60, Nr. 59; PIR (2. Aufl.) O 25; PIR (2. Aufl.) V 136; P. Noelke, KJ 40, 2007, 208-209, Nr. 10.

F004129

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08055.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 222, Nr. 598.

F004125

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08072.

F004121

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08056; Zeichnung.; other literature: ILS 2245; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 223, Nr. 599; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 22-24, Nr. 2; Taf. 5-7.

F004118

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08067.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 229-230, Nr. 609; G. Alföldy, in: EpStud 4 (Köln 1967) 27, Nr. 13; S. Willer, Römische Grabbauten des 2. und 3. Jahrhunderts nach Christus im Rheingebiet (Mainz 2005) 124, Nr. 33.

F004117

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08045 b.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 6, Nr. 9,2.

F004116

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08045 a.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 6, Nr. 9,1.

F003498

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08059; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 224-225, Nr. 602; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 36-37, Nr. 16; Taf. 20.

F035261

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08036.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 7-8, Nr. 11.

F035260

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08036.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 7-8, Nr. 11.

F035259

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08036.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 7-8, Nr. 11.

F035258

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08036.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 7-8, Nr. 11.

F035257

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08036.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 7-8, Nr. 11.

F028425

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1890, 0026.; CIL: 13, 08097; Zeichnung.; other literature: ILS 2501; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 261-262, Nr. 655; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 35-36, Nr. 15; Taf. 19; (o. Autor), KWDZ 8, 1889, 246-247, Nr. 141; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 183, Nr. 55.

F028424

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1892, 0035.; CIL: 13, 08095; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 256-257, Nr. 649; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 33-35, Nr. 14; Taf. 17 u. 18; E. aus'm Weerth, KWDZ 10, 1891, 296, Nr. 113; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 177-178, Nr. 37.

F028423

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 1892, 0126.; CIL: 13, 08094; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 257-258, Nr. 650; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 32-33, Nr. 12; Taf. 15; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 177, Nr. 36; (Bonner Zeitung), KWDZ 11, 1892, 65-66, Nr. 44.

F028422

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08088; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 316, Nr. 788; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Zivile Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 2 (Bonn 1979) 19-20, Nr. 6; Taf. 5, 6.

F028421

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08059; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 224-225, Nr. 602; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 36-37, Nr. 16; Taf. 20.

F028420

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08056; Zeichnung.; other literature: ILS 2245; H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 223, Nr. 599; Zeichnung; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 22-24, Nr. 2; Taf. 5-7.

F026017

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 2002, 01034.; CIL: 13, 08098; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 264, Nr. 658; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 26-27, Nr. 5; Taf. 10; K.A. Müller, Geschichte der Stadt Bonn (Bonn 1834) 266-267, Nr. 7; ILS 2580; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 194, Nr. 91.

F026016

Bonna / Bonn ; AE: 2002, 1034.; CIL: 13, 08098; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 264, Nr. 658; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 26-27, Nr. 5; Taf. 10; K.A. Müller, Geschichte der Stadt Bonn (Bonn 1834) 266-267, Nr. 7; ILS 2580; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 194, Nr. 91.

F020509

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08045.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 6-7, Nr. 9.

F020256

Bonna / Bonn ; CIL: 13, 08098; Zeichnung.; other literature: H. Lehner, Die antiken Steindenkmäler des Provinzialmuseums in Bonn (Bonn 1918) 264, Nr. 658; G. Bauchhenß, Germania inferior. Bonn und Umgebung. Militärische Grabdenkmäler, CSIR Deutschland 3, 1 (Bonn 1978) 26-27, Nr. 5; Taf. 10; K.A. Müller, Geschichte der Stadt Bonn (Bonn 1834) 266-267, Nr. 7; ILS 2580; G. Alföldy, Die Hilfstruppen der römischen Provinz Germania Inferior, EpStud 6 (Düsseldorf 1968) 194, Nr. 91.