Potamos: Digital Antiquity Data

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Tom Elliott (tom.elliott@nyu.edu)

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February 26, 2020

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IOW-697B46 SPUR POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete post-Medieval copper-alloy rowel spur (c. 1600-c. 1700).This spur comprises a fragment of rowel box and part of the sides. Between the box and sides is a thin neck. The terminal on each of the sides is missing due to breaks.The rowel box is particularly short and each part of the box is ‘D’-shaped in cross-section with a vertical ridge on each outer face. Close to the rounded end of the box there are the remains of an iron axis bar on which the rowel revolved. It is possible that some of the iron rowel remains within the box. The neck is in the form of a collar with a diameter of 8.0mm. The sides are ‘D’-shaped in cross-section, flat on their inner faces. From the crest the sides taper in depth towards the breaks at the terminal ends. The outer face of each side has an abstract floriated incised design which includes crescents, annulets and curving lines. This spur is reddish brown with patches of a green patina. Traces of gilding are present on the rowel box, collar and the outer faces of the sides. There is no gilding on the inner faces of the sides.Length: 72.5mm; width between the breaks on the sides: 69.0mm; height of crest: 16.2mm; height of sides at breaks: c. 6.0mm, maximum thickness of sides: 3.6mm. Weight: 32.55g.For spurs with similar decoration compare with: SOMDOR-B05A27; SUSS-8F3C7C; WILT-7C19D2; YORYM-33A9C3 and YORYM-6A0BA4.

IOW-6702B2 LITHIC IMPLEMENT UNKNOWN

A complete lithic implement of Unknown date and uncertain function.This implement was found within the inter-tidal zone and has been made on an elongated flint pebble.It is sub-rectangular in plan and irregular in cross-section. The surface has dark grey cortex with some off-white patches of cortex. One end has been knapped on one side to form a working surface and the removals are semi-abrupt, short and stepped. The opposite side at the same end has three removals which are parallel. All the removal scars on both sides have conchoidal ripples. All these removal scars are worn. However, this wear could be related to movement within the inter-tidal zone.Length: 147.0mm; width: 66.0mm; thickness: 48.2mm. Weight: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxg.It is possible that this implement has been used as a pick or ‘rubber’.

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Mystras

A fortified town in Laconia, Peloponnese, Greece, named as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1989.

Selenes (mountain)

A quasi-mythical mountain or range of mountains in equatorial Africa said to be the source of the Nile river. Some traditions associate the Rwenzori Mountains of Uganda as the location of this ancient place.

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OXON-674BDB COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy Radiate of Carausius dating to AD 286-93 (Reece Period 14). MONETA AVG reverse type depicting Moneta with scales and transverse sceptre

OXON-67933C COIN IRON AGE

A complete silver Iron Age unit of the Southern Reign ('Atrebates') 'Verica dating to AD 10-40. Obverse, COM.F. with crescent above and below, a pellet in each curve. Reverse, a Boar right, with star above and VI. below. The coin has been struck slightly off centre. ABC 1223

OXON-66B72E COIN ROMAN

A roman copper alloy nummus of Crispus (AD 317 - 326) dating to AD 320 (Reece period 16) VICTORIAE LAETAE PRIC PERP reverse type depicting two Victories holding a wreath or shield over altar. Mint of Lyon. RIC Vol VII P 128 No.83

GLO-677C48 PIN ROMAN

Copper alloy brooch pin. This has a circular shaft (now bent) with an expanded and flattened head plate that has a central piercing. Pins in this style are found on early bow brooches such as the hinged T-shape.

OXON-68253D COIN EARLY MEDIEVAL

A complete Early-Medieval (Anglo-Saxon) silver penny of Offa (AD 757-796) dating to 765-792, Light Coinage. Minted at Canterbury or London by Alhmund. North (1994: 85) No. 282.

OXON-676672 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A Post Medieval silver sixpence of Elizabeth I (1558-1603) dating to AD 157[.] on coin. Second coinage, unclear initial mark. Tower of London mint. North (1991: 134) no.1997.The coin is vert worn and has been bent between 7 and 5 o'clock as seen on the obverse.

OXON-687436 COIN EARLY MEDIEVAL

An Early Medieval silver sceat, Series N (Type 41b, standing figures / monster in flight left), c.AD 715-720, North (1993:64) No. 99. Sphink 808B.The coin has quite chipped edges around its circumfrence but is otherwise almost complete and well preserved.

SF-69A51D COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy contemporary copy of a nummus or a radiate, copying an unclear emperor, dating to AD 275-400. Copying an unclear reverse type depicting a standing figure left. Unclear prototype mint.

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Lougeon Helos

Lake Cerknica is a an intermittent lake in southwestern Slovenia.

OSM location of Cerkniško jezero

Location based on OpenStreetMap

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GLO-67FE0E BROOCH EARLY MEDIEVAL

Late Saxon Anglo-Scandinavian disc brooch dating to the period c. AD 900 - 1000. The front exhibits cast Borre-style decoration comprising a concave-sided lozenge with a central circular domed stud. Each of the four corners of the lozenge extends to form interlaced, double contoured knots. One side is truncated resulting in the loss of about 30% of the brooch.  On the reverse are the remains of two perforated lugs that would have held the pin in-between. Only the base of these lugs remains and both exhibit a much worn break, opposite is the base of a catch plate, again the break is very worn and old.  Evenly spaced at each quarter around the outside edge are three perforated holes (1.5mm in diameter), there would presumable be a fourth but which falls in the missing section. NMS-2FAA5E records this as a common 10th-century type in East Anglia carrying a relatively standardised design based on a Scandinavian prototype, see West 1998, fig. 134.8, Margeson 1997, fig. 28, and Margeson, S. and Williams, V. in Ayers 1985, 28-9, fig. 24 no. 1. Kershaw 2013, 56-61, fig. 3.19 East Anglian Series Type I.Similar brooches are recorded as NMS-7446E3, LIN-66380B, YORYM-B4C4BD and SF-EF2ACD

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Luguvalium

Luguvalium was a fortified Roman settlement in Britannia.

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NLM-66BFA7 POT MEDIEVAL

Pottery. Reduced fabric with an oxidised margin, with shiny ?quartz flecks: body sherd. Fiercely and – for this group as a whole – atypically abraded. This sherd was kindly identified identified by Wallace Collyer of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Suggested date: Medieval, 1050-1300Weight: 3.05gms

NLM-66B5CA POT MEDIEVAL

Pottery. Saxo-Norman Shelly Ware; reduced fabric with oxidised margins and abundant white flecks: body sherds. Fiercely and – for this group as a whole – atypically abraded; one bears traces of external sooting. They were kindly identified by Wallace Collyer of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Suggested date: Medieval, 975-1175Combined Weight: 5.67gms

NLM-66A9FB POT MEDIEVAL

Pottery. Eleven sherds of Humberware, oxidised fabrics or oxidised with reduced internal surfaces with green glaze on the upper wall or glaze spots externally on nine sherds. The sherds are fairly small but have not endured prolonged movement in plough soil. Two of the glaze-spotted sherds bear whitish internal deposits, possibly from the relegation of jugs to service as urinals. They were kindly identified by Wallace Collyer of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Suggested date: Medieval, 1275-1525Combined Weight: 147.13gms [one further scrap omitted from recording, but returned to bag]

NLM-669E66 POT MEDIEVAL

Pottery. Possibly Beverleyware, reduced fabric with oxidised margins, unglazed basal angle. This sherd was kindly identified identified by Wallace Collyer of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Suggested date: Medieval, 1150-1300Weight: 20.19gms

NLM-669382 POT MEDIEVAL

Pottery. Five sherds, three oxidised and two with reduced cores all with green or green-brown glaze externally, one with internal glaze spots: body sherds, one with applied motif externally. The sherds are fairly small but have not endured prolonged movement in plough soil. They were kindly identified by Wallace Collyer of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Suggested date: Medieval, 1250-1500Combined Weight: 59.73gms

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NLM-66884F POT MEDIEVAL

Pottery. Fourteen mainly oxidised [two or three reduced though with oxidised margins] sherds retaining pale or mid green glaze traces externally: one rim sherd with glaze on the inner side as well, one small strap handle fragment and twelve body sherds. Unusually abraded compared to the group as a whole. These sherds were kindly identified by Wallace Collyer of the North Lincolnshire Pottery Research Group. Suggested date: Medieval, 1050-1300Combined Weight: 84.77gms

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Tagrus M.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 26 A3 Tagrus M.

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SF-67257E COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver Medieval farthing of Edward I (AD 1272-1307), Withers type 9-13, dating to AD 1280-1282. Mint of London.

SF-6698A4 COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver Medieval penny of Henry II (AD 1154-1189), short voided cross, class 1ab, dating to AD 1180-1185. Mint unclear; Willelm moneyer.

SF-66805D COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver Medieval cut halfpenny of John of England (AD 1199-1216), long voided cross, class 5, dating to AD 1204-1210. Mint of London; Ricard moneyer.

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Barrington Atlas feature labeled 62

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 14 E3 no. 62 (Boutiers-Saint-Trojan)

OSM location of modern Boutiers-Saint-Trojan

Location based on OpenStreetMap

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Fucinus L.

A lake of ancient Italy, site of a major battle of 89 BC. Flood and drainage controls were attempted by both Claudius and Hadrian. The Torlonia family drained the lake in the nineteenth century.

Angitiae Lucus

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 44 D2 Angitiae Lucus

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Fanum Martis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 11 D2 Fanum Martis

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Tmolus (mountain)

The modern Boz Dağ in Turkey, which lies immediately east of the city of Izmir.

location of Tmolus M.

verified in Google Earth 2013.

February 25, 2020

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LEIC-584B22 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Post medieval copper alloy double-looped buckle complete apart from the iron pin which has left traces of iron corrosion on the cross bar.  The buckle is in good condition, is 21mm long, 17mm wide, 3mm thick and weighs 2.66g.

LEIC-582FB7 BRACELET ROMAN

Part of a copper alloy Roman bracelet in the form of a snake's head.  The object is in fair condition, is 32mm long, 13mm wide, 3mm thick and weighs 8.34g.

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LEIC-54C159 ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint tanged arrowhead.Tertiary flake fragment, light brown opaque patina. Abruptly flaked to form a tang opposite a pointed edge.

LEIC-54D2C3 POINT NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint point.Tertiary flake, light cream and brownish-grey opaque patina. Faceted butt located on lower right edge, ventral notching on lower left for hafting. Curved left edge is a hinge fracture. Semi-abrupt, inverse, stepped retouch near the tip.

LEIC-54E03B ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint arrowhead.Tertiary flake, mid caramel-brown opaque patina. Butt on base. Very fine, parallel, low-angle retouch (alternating) along the right edge to shape to the tip.

LEIC-54ECBB ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic sandstone oblique arrowhead.The right edge is potentially a platform. The left edge worked and retouched slightly to shape the piece symmetrically.

LEIC-54F92E ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint arrowhead.Light brownish-grey opaque patina, with some iron-staining. Tertiary flake, large plain butt on base, unidirectional technology. Semi-abrupt, scaler retouch and flaking to shape the left edge.

LEIC-550252 POINT NEOLITHIC

Neolithic granite point.A small piece with clearly-worked edges to produce a small, tang-like base and tip.

LEIC-550DA3 LEAF ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic sandstone leaf-shaped arrowhead.A symmetrical leaf-shaped arrowhead, worked to shape on all edges.

LEIC-5520E3 LEAF ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint leaf-shaped arrowhead.A pebble that has been struck and then abruptly flaked and retouched to shape. Mid bluish-grey opaque patina. Tip with abrupt, parallel, long retouch.

LEIC-552B92 ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic slate tanged arrowhead.A thin piece that has been snapped and abruptly flaked to shape. Notching has produced a wide tang. Tip quite rounded.

LEIC-55373B ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic sandstone arrowhead.Truncated upper left edge, base flaked to produce a thin, concaved base for ease of hafting. Small notch to faciliate hafting on the right.

LEIC-5541F6 POINT NEOLITHIC

Neolithic granite shouldered point.Worked into a really nice tanged or even shouldered point. Clear semi-abrupt flaking is visible on the ventral face.

LEIC-554D64 LEAF ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic flint leaf-shaped arrowhead.Chalky flint, very light grey opaque patina. Tertiary flake, butt on left edge. Abruptly flaked on all edges to shape the piece. Base and left of base with some inverse, semi-abrupt flaking to shape and for hafting. Semi-abrupt, sub-parallel flaking along the right edge.

LEIC-555932 ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic sandstone arrowhead.Abruptly flaked to shape. The base is opposite a natural point.

LEIC-556409 ARROWHEAD NEOLITHIC

Neolithic slate tanged arrowhead.This tanged point is abruptly flaked to shape on all edges. Tip created by an oblique strike.

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NMS-551DBC BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

An incomplete Medieval buckle dating to the period circa 1250-1500 AD. The object consits of a single looped D shaped frame, pin and part of the plate. The loop is oval and plan, thickest at its outer edge where the pin would have sat. It narrows as it forms into the integral plate. The pin is affixed into a pinhole in the plate but has broken and only a small portion of the pin now remains. The remants of the frame a broken, rectangular in plan with a circular break in the centre, creating slightly forked wings. The object is now bent and distorted with the loop resting at a right angle when the frame is placed flat. The object is constent with Whithead 200: no 45-47 dated to the 13th-15th centuries AD. Loop diameter: 18mm; Plate length: 7mm: Plate width: 7mm; Pin length: 5mm; Thickness: 5mm; Weight:

NMS-551DF3 POT MEDIEVAL

Body sherd of local medieval unglazed pottery, reduced with pale brown surfaces, weight 12g, 12th - 13th century.

NMS-5505C7 POT ROMAN

Ten sherds of Roman greyware pottery, three jar rim, two basal and five body, weight 171g, mid 1st - 4th century.

NMS-54E24B BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete Post Medieval copper alloy buckle dating to the period circa 1575-1700 AD. The object consists of a fragment of the frame and bar of a double loop assymetrical buckle. The frame contains a noth for a pin on the outer edge of the surviving rounded loop. The surviving loop is sub-rectangular and slightly kidney shaped. The frame is rounded on the front and flat on the back. Traces of black lacquer are present on the front of the frame. The object is consistent with Whitehead 2003: no 569, dating to the late 16th and 17th centuries AD. Length: 32mm; Width: 26mm; Thickness: 1mm; Weight:

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Artemision

A famous temple of Artemis Phakelitis at Mylae, now unlocated.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F002137

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1998, 0802.; CIL: 02, 04315; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01285; fig. β; fig. α (Zeichnung).; other literature: RIT 0445; Taf. 82, 2; ILS 5301; IG 14, 02539.

F001490

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1938, 0030.; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02126; fig. α u. β.; other literature: RIT 0971; Taf. 136, 3.

F001486

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1991, 1115.; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02161; fig. α u. β.; other literature: RIT 1003; Taf. 135, 3; HEp 01, 1991, 0597; HEp 04, 1994, 0874.

F001095

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 04348; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01501; fig. β; fig. α (Zeichnung).; other literature: RIT 0534.

F001086

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02165; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1007; Taf. 145, 5.

F001085

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1991, 1115.; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02161; fig. α u. β.; other literature: RIT 1003; Taf. 137, 1; HEp 01, 1991, 0597; HEp 04, 1994, 0874.

F001084

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1938, 0028.; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02152; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0996; Taf. 153, 3.

F001083

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01695; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0997; Taf. 145, 2.

F001082

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01650; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0984; Taf. 150, 6.

F001081

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02131; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0976; Taf. 153, 1.

F001080

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1938, 0030.; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02126; fig. α u. β.; other literature: RIT 0971; Taf. 137, 2.

F001079

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02117; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0964; Taf. 145, 3.

F001077

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1999, 0969.; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01477; fig. α u. β.; other literature: RIT 0901; Taf. 134, 2; CLE 2180; HEP 09, 1999, 0537; P. Cugusi, Per un nuovo corpus dei Carmina Latina Epigraphica. Materiale e discussioni, MAL 22 (Roma 2007) 144.

F001076

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 04416; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01705a; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0689; Taf. 78, 2.

F001075

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 04389; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01613; Zeichnung.; other literature: RIT 0619; Taf. 78, 3.

F001074

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01763; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0638; Taf. 96, 2.

F001073

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01610; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0616; Taf. 90, 3.

F001072

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01587; Zeichnung.; other literature: RIT 0607; Taf. 78, 4.

F001070

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01570; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0589; Taf. 132, 3.

F001069

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01547; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0572; Taf. 90, 1.

F001068

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 04348; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01501; fig. β; fig. α (Zeichnung).; other literature: RIT 0534; Taf. 76, 2.

F001067

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 06109; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01271; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0448; Taf. 76, 3.

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B016500

Schaub, A.: Marmor, Müll und Ziegelsäulen ... und ein Weihebezirk!

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F001066

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1998, 0802.; CIL: 02, 04315; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01285; fig. β; fig. α (Zeichnung).; other literature: RIT 0445; Taf. 82, 2; ILS 5301; IG 14, 02539.

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B016499

Keppie, L.: Searching out Roman inscripted and sculptured stones on the Antonine Wall in 1723.

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F001065

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1969/70, 0275bis.; CIL: 02, 04314; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01281; fig. β; fig. α (Zeichnung).; other literature: RIT 0444; Taf. 102, 2; ILS 5299.

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B016498

Zaccaria, C.: Cultura letteraria e antiquaria in due singolari dediche sacre del Municipium Montanensium.

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F001064

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02114; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0962; Taf. 165, 3.

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B016497

Jackson, R.: A new collyrium stamp from Cambridge and a corrected reading of the stamp from Caistor-by-Norwich.

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F001062

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02101; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0950; Taf. 160, 5.

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B016496

Tomlin, R.S.O.: Roman manuscripts from Carlisle, the ink-written tablets.

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F001061

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02130; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0974; Taf. 149, 3.

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B016495

Tomlin, R.S.O.: A bilingual Roman charm for health and victory.

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F001060

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02139; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0986; Taf. 149, 1.

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B016494

Birley, A.R.: Vindolanda: Notes on some new wirting tablets.

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F001059

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02144; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0990; Taf. 165, 1.

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B016484

Tomas, A. (Hrsg.): Ad fines Imperii Romani. Studia Thaddaeo Sarnowski septuagenario ab amicis, collegis discipulisque dedicata.

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F001058

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02170; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1012; Taf. 158, 2.

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B016236

Casari, P.: Il culto di Mitra nella Statio Bilachiniensis in Norico.

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F001057

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02123; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1002; Taf. 149, 2.

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B015994

Kakoschke, A.: Ortsfremde in den römischen Provinzen Germania inferior und Germania superior: Eine Untersuchung zur Mobilität in den germanischen Provinzen anhand der Inschriften des 1. bis 3. Jahrhunderts n. Chr.

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F001056

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02182; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1028; Taf. 160, 6.

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B015755

Faust, W.: Die Grabstelen des 2. und 3. Jahrhunderts im Rheingebiet.

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F001055

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02159; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1022; Taf. 150, 3.

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B015710

Klinkenberg, J.: Die römischen Grabdenkmäler Kölns.

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F001054

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02171; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1013; Taf. 158, 3.

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B015516

Kakoschke, A.: Annotationes Epigraphicae V. Zu einigen Inschriften aus den römischen Provinzen Germania inferior und Germania superior.

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F001053

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02181; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1025; Taf. 158, 4.

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HD081480 (Britannia)

[---]M VIII

HD078499 (Germania inferior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / et Genio / Iul(i) Severi / co(n)s(ularis) Attic(ius) / Severus / b(eneficiarius) eiius(!) d(edit)

HD076198 (Britannia)

$] m(emoriae?) [&

HD073305 (Britannia)

[---]NOPI a(nnorum) XI m(ensium) / [---]NOI / [---]ESI

HD073212 (Britannia)

[---]D // EXORD EXORD[---] // M[---]

HD072956 (Britannia)

Coh(ortis) VII / |(centuria) [--]A/NIAN

HD072757 (Britannia)

[--- Postu]/mo / Pio Fe/l(ici) Aug(usto) / p(ontifici) m(aximo) G/[er(manico) m(aximo)] / tr(ibunicia) po{o}/t(estate) IV

HD071457 (Britannia)

DV / EFAGPM [---] / TPXIIP [---] / CIVPPC [---] / PRIAED [---] / EVVCOM [---] / D // DV / VSLM

HD071411 (Britannia)

[I]mp(eratori) C(aesari) Gal(erio) Val(erio) / [[Maximia]]no / [P(io) F]el(ici) [---]

HD071397 (Britannia)

Imp(eratori) C/a[e]s(ari) D[o(mino)] / N(ostro) G(aio) M[es]s(io) / [---]

HD071396 (Britannia)

Imp(erator) / Caes(ar) / G(aius) Me/ssius / [---]

HD071395 (Britannia)

[---] / Aug(usto) // Imp(eratori) C/aes(ari) G(aio) Me/ssius / Q(uinto) Deci(o) / Tra(iano) P(i)o / Felici / Aug(usto)

HD071047 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / co[h(ors)] I A[el(ia)] / [Dac(orum) ---] / [---] / M [---] / NV [---] / [---] S / [---]rin(---) / b(ene)f(iciar---) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD070876 (Britannia)

Cal(---) Dec(---)

HD070491 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Ro[---] / M[---] / vixit [ann(os)] / XXXVIII

HD070403 (Britannia)

Deo / Herculi / G(aius) Vitellius / Atticianus / |(centurio) leg(ionis) VI / v(ictricis) p(iae) f(idelis)

HD070000 (Britannia)

Imp(eratoribus) Caes(aribus) L(ucio) Sep(timio) Severo / Pio Pert(inaci) et M(arco) Aur(elio) Antoni/no Pio Aug(ustis) et [[P(ublio) Sep(timio) Getae]] / nob(ilissimo) Caes(ari) sub cura L(uci) / Alfeni Senecionis / leg(ati) eorum pr(o) pr(aetore)

HD069993 (Britannia)

[--- v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens)] m(erito)

HD069992 (Britannia)

[Deo] V[inotono]

HD069990 (Britannia)

De[o] / [---]

HD069971 (Britannia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Felicule / co(n)iugi / karis(sime) / G(aius) M(---) P(---) / f(aciendum) cur(avit)

HD069678 (Britannia)

[---]or[---] / [---] XXXVI[---]

HD069418 (Britannia)

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

HD068876 (Britannia)

Nimincillus / Iu[n]ctinus D(o)cillinae / Lon<g>inus VSCANIMIHS / [-]NIS[-]IC[---] eu(m) / qui inv<o>laveri/t deus det ma/la(m) plagam

HD062486 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) // L(ucio) Apuleio Montano / vet(erano) ex ordinato dec(urionum) / et IIviro col(oniae) Aequens/ium homini bono Octa/via Rufina marito inco/mparabili et sibi posuit

HD062189 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Aelia Co(n)stantilla / et Aelia Concordia / <h>eredes Gnaeo Pom/peio T(h)reptioni posu{a}e/runt vi(xit) a(nnos) XXXX

HD061286 (Dalmatia)

$]DO[---] / [---] Here[nnius? ---] / [---]i f(ilius?) Qu[i(rina)?] / [--- C]redul[us? &

HD060689 (Dalmatia)

$]VVN / [--- Va?]lenti [---?]/ [---]ni cum [---?] / [---]VELDE[---?] / [&

HD053313 (Britannia)

[I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo)] / [al]a Vet[to]/[nu]m c(ui) p(raeest) [--- An]/[t]oniu[s] / [R]ufus [pr]/[aef(ectus) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)]

HD051598 (Britannia)

[---]S // [---] VII s(emis)

HD050157 (Britannia)

[---]CIA(?)[---]

HD050145 (Britannia)

OF BASSI // AM

HD049581 (Britannia)

[---]VANI[---]

HD048472 (Germania inferior)

D(eo) I(nvicto) I(mperatori) / Ulp(ius) Amp(---) / s(acerdos) aes ex ius/su ipsius

HD044707 (Britannia)

Deo Hu/utr[i] / N[---] / VEGV / vo(tum) l(ibens) s(olvit)

HD034327 (Dalmatia)

$]/ntilla Aure/lio Dassio / coniugi b(ene) m(erenti) / p(osuit)

HD034283 (Dalmatia)

[D(is)] M(anibus) / A[---] Veneria / filio pienti/ssimo Suacr/io qu[i] vicxi/t(!) annos vig/inti i[n]felici/ssimo [p]osuit

HD034154 (Dalmatia)

$] / mil(iti) co[h(ortis) ---] / eq(uiti) ex s[ing(ularibus) Aug(usti) domo] / Vero<n?>a / A[---] / dicend[---]

HD033994 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / [------] / v(ixit) an(nos) / [------] / [------] / [------] / [------]

HD031419 (Germania inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Titus / Gesatius / ti<g>narius / v(ivus) s(ibi) f(ecit)

HD027636 (Britannia)

Deo Vin/otono / L(ucius) Caesius / Frontinus pr/aef(ectus) coh(ortis) I Thrac(um) / domo Parma / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD022203 (Britannia)

[M]arti / Condati // Arponat/us(?) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito) // Mart[i?] / [&

HD019577 (Britannia)

[Deo] / Vinotono / Silvano Iul(ius) / Secundus |(centurio) / coh(ortis) I Thrac(um) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD015974 (Britannia)

Surinae / Virilis

HD015971 (Britannia)

SCO flos scom(bri)

HD015970 (Britannia)

D(is) b(onis?) M(anibus) / Fla(vius) Fuscinus eme(ritus) / ex ordi(nato) vi<x>i(t) an(n)is LV // D(is) b(onis?) M(anibus) / Fla(vius) Romanus act(arius) / vixit anni(s) XXXV / in cas(tris) inter(fectus) ab hosti(bus)

HD014599 (Britannia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Dolicheno pro / salute vexil(lationum) leg(ionis) / VI v(ictricis) et exer(citus) G(ermaniae) utri/usq(ue) |(curam) a(gente) M(arco) Loll(io) Ve/natore |(centurione) leg(ionis) II Aug(ustae) / v(otum) s(olverunt) l(ibentes) m(erito)

HD013620 (Britannia)

$]tic[---] / [---] XXX[V]I m(enses) / [---] Matrona / [&

HD012452 (Britannia)

Cl(audia) Severa Lepidinae [suae] / [sa]l[u]tem / III Idus Septembres soror ad diem / sollemnem natalem meum rogo / libenter facias uti venias / ad nos iucundiorem mihi / [diem?] interventu tuo factura si / [---]s // Cerial[em t]uum saluta Aelius meus [te] / et filios salutant // sperabo te soror / vale soror anima / mea ita valeam / karissima et have // Sulpiciae Lepidinae / Cerialis / a Cl(audia) S[e]vera

HD012446 (Britannia)

Interea pavidam volitans pinna/ta u(r)bem [---]

HD008984 (Britannia)

Deo Vino/tono Silva/no Aug(usto) T(itus) / [O?]rbius Pri/[mia?]nus p[r]/aef(ectus) coh(ortis) I Thrac(um) / [------]

HD008104 (Britannia)

CIIII / Ma[t]utini / Cogitati / Virilis / Florentini / Clementis / Marini / Bellici / Iuventianus / Cupiti / Solini / Seni[c]iani / [------] // V / Vincenti / Cunovendi / Catugnavi / Carini / Marini / Lucilliani / Senicianii(!) / Vitalin[---] / M[---] // CII / Constantis / Titiani / Karinius // CIII / Iuvena[lis] / Karinii / Vitalis

HD007725 (Britannia)

[D(is) M(anibus)] / EXN[---] / German(iae) Supe[r(ioris)] / aetate tr[i]gin[ta] / b(ene)f(iciarius) trib(uni) [leg(ionis) --- |(centuria)] / Veri / coniunx / pientissim[a] / [et --- pos]uerunt / [tit?]ulu[m] / [------]

HD007066 (Britannia)

[------] / [P(ius) F(elix) Au]g(ustus) [balneum] / [d]e novo [restitui] / [i]ussit vil[---] / c(uram) a(gente) Bassi[ano ---] / T[&

HD006097 (Britannia)

Deo // Vet/eri

HD005134 (Britannia)

P(rovinciae) B(ritanniae) i(nferioris)

HD004796 (Britannia)

Armea me docuit recte / (ti?)bi dicere cunctis

HD004793 (Britannia)

N(umerus) Co[n(cangensium?)]

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B015469

Velkov, V. - Aleksandrov, G.: Montana 2. Epigrafski pametnici ot Montana i rajona.

February 24, 2020

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SUR-3CC545 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy Sestertius, probably of Elagabalus and dating to AD 218-222 (Reece period 10). Probably a [LIBERTAS AVGVSTI S C] reverse type depicting Libertas, draped, standing left, holding pileus in extended right hand and vertical sceptre in left hand. Mint of Rome. RIC IV, pt 2, p. 57, cf. nos. 358-9.

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OXON-3E1328 COIN ROMAN

A near complete copper-alloy Roman nummus of Constantine I (AD 306-337), dating to the period c.AD 321-324 (Reece period 16), BEATA TRANQVILLITAS, globe on altar. Mint unclear.The coin has a small chip above the bust at 11 o'clock.

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inserted line break between lines 2 and 3; corrected line 2 according to edition: pleista should have ?, not chai; chai was double

 - line break between lines 2 and 3 was missing and has been inserted

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LON-3EABEA PUNCH MEDIEVAL

A Medieval copper alloy cast punch probably for leather dating from the 14th-15th century. The die is lozenge shaped and has a 35.96mm integral tapering tang that would have fitted into a wooden handle, now missing. The die is decorated with a zoomorphic motif of two addorsed birds with pellets around.Dimensions: height: 40.24mm; length of die:15.43mm; width of die: 11.59mm; weight: 1.03g.A similar punch decoration with a zoomorphic motif of two addorsed birds was used on a scabbard depicted in Cowgill, Neergaard and Griffiths 1987:166 Plate 24, no 490.Reference: Cowgill, J. de Neergaard, M. and Griffiths, N. 1987. Knives and Scabbards. HMSO: London

IOW-3F4456 BUTTON POST MEDIEVAL

A complete but damaged post-Medieval copper-alloy button (c. 1700-c. 1800).The front has a raised representation of a bearded male figure facing. The rear face has a bent attachment loop and a maker's name: [CHARLE]S JENN[ENS] LONDONThis button is white metal coated at the front. Diameter: 26.0mm; thickness: 3.4mm. Weight: 5.34g.Compare with IOW-2A33D3.The design, a Capuchin friar couped, is the crest (component of coat of arms) of the Barrington family whose seat was in Essex and were associated with Swainston Manor in the Isle of Wight.  http://www.histparl.ac.uk/volume/1660-1690/member/barrington-sir-john-1615-83 accessed 24/2/2020.For details of the Barrington family and Swainston Manor, see:https://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/hants/vol5/pp217-221#h3-0002 (accessed 24 February 2020).'Parishes: Calbourne', in A History of the County of Hampshire: Volume 5, ed. William Page (London, 1912), pp. 217-221. British History Online http://www.british-history.ac.uk/vch/hants/vol5/pp217-221.

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 - Commit - Changed numbering of lines from 15-20 to co-incide with edition and papyrus: separate line for line 16 (Susan Fogarty)
 - Commit - 1. Changed numbering of lines from 15-20 to co-incide with edition and papyrus: separate line for line 16.     2. Moved marginal lines to end of document as it was splitting the main text  - is there a way in Leiden to add "ms at lines 4-6" ? (Susan Fogarty)
 - Commit - 1. Changed numbering of lines from 15-20 to co-incide with edition and papyrus: separate line for line 16.     2. Moved marginal lines to end of document as it was splitting the main text - is there a way in Leiden + to add "ms at lines 4-6" ? (Susan Fogarty)
 - Submit - 1. Changed numbering of lines from 15-20 to coincide with edition and papyrus: separate line for line 16.     2. Moved marginal lines to end of document as it was splitting the main text - is there a way in Leiden + to add "ms at lines 4-6" ? Thanks. (Susan Fogarty)
 - Vote - Accept-Straight-to-Finalization - Fine. Well spotted. (James Cowey)
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Pleiades: Recently Modified

Myrrinoutta

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 C2 Myrrinoutta

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Perithoidai

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 B3 Perithoidai

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OXON-3E06C5 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy Roman barbarous radiate, copying unclear probably Gallic Emperor, dating to the period c.AD 275-285 (Reece period 14).The coin is chipped along all of its edges and is roughly D-shaped in plan.

OXON-3DF0E3 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman barbarous radiate copying a coin of unclear Gallic Emperor, possibly Tetricus II, dating to the period c.AD 275-285 (Reece period 14).

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

1. Changed numbering of lines from 15-20 to coincide with edition and…

1. Changed numbering of lines from 15-20 to coincide with edition and papyrus: separate line for line 16.     2. Moved marginal lines to end of document as it was splitting the main text - is there a way in Leiden + to add "ms at lines 4-6" ? Thanks.


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

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Pentele

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 C2 Pentele

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NMS-3CD3EC COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver halfpenny of uncertain 15th century monarch, proably Henry VI-Edward III, London mint, further detail illegible, c. AD. 1427-1500.

OXON-3DD5C4 COIN ROMAN

A complete copper-alloy Roman nummus, possibly of the House of Constantine dating to the period c.AD 347-348 (Reece period 17). Unclear reverse type possibly two Victories standing facing one another holding wreaths. Unclear mint.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Kerameis

A deme of ancient Attica that was located in the center of Athens to the northeast of the Dipylon Gate.

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SF-3DA1EF BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

A complete copper alloy medieval buckle frame. It is rectangular in shape with a thickened outer end and slightly outwards curving sides. The outer face of the outer end is decorated with three transverse grooves in the centre, creating a pin rest, and one across either end. The strap bar is straight at each end of its inner side recessed.Griffiths et al. (2007, 84, fig.2.5.1, C) date this style to the late 14th century AD.Length: 21.65mm, width: 15.66mm, thickness: 3.34mm, weight: 4.47g

SF-3DC0F9 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

A complete copper alloy medieval buckle frame. It is rectangular in shape with a thickened outer end and slightly outwards curving sides. The outer face of the outer end is decorated with three transverse grooves in the centre, creating a pin rest, and one across either end. The strap bar is straight at each end of its inner side recessed.Griffiths et al. (2007, 84, fig.2.5.1, C) date this style to the late 14th century AD.Length: 21.92mm, width: 15.61mm, thickness: 2.89mm, weight: 2.26g

KENT-3D2B53 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A cast post-medieval lead token likely dating c.1789.Description: The token is biface and discoidal. Obverse has a laureatte and draped bust right reminiscent of the latter coinage of George III (1760-1820). legend: None. Reverse: Initials and date(?) in two lines under small flower sprig, with trefoil of petals. Legend: MW/89. Token is slightly abraded with visible casting seemMeasurements: 21.05mm in diameter, 2.07mm thick and 5g in weight.Discussion: The general apperance of this token would suggest a late 18th century date roughly contemporary with the issue of the so called 'Conder' tokens, usually milled issues in bronze. Its size is almost exactly analogous to farthing denominations of 'Conder' tokens, although none are known from England in lead. The Powell (2010) classification system, in which there are over 30 categories, attempts to classify these leaden tokens according to the designs featured on each face, but it does not assign any chronology. This system would classify this token as Powell Type 10 (heads or bust)/2 (initials).

GAT-3C9D7E MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

A diamond-shaped lead mount of probable Late Medieval to Post-Medieval date (c. 1500 – 1900). The mount has a central circular preformation which would have been used to attach it to a larger object. There are traces of decoration on one face. Similar objects have been recorded on the PAS database; see IOW-1D6452 and DENO-ED895E these examples are however copper alloy rather than lead.

GAT-3CAC32 WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

A probable 18th-century coin weight.  The object is square with rounded corners and edges. On either side is the number 6 or 9, on one face there is a‘s’ (for shilling). During the reign of George II the demand for coin weights increased. From 1760 to the 1770’s sets of coin weights were made not only for the guinea series (21s, 10s, 6d, 5s, 3d) but also the Johannes series (£3 12s, 36s, 18s, 9s, 4s 6d) and the Moidore series (27s, 13s 6d, 6s 9d). This was due to a large amount of gold Portuguese coins freely circulating in Britain, owing to our favourable trade balance within this country (Bailey 2000, 38-39).

GAT-3CB2FD RING POST MEDIEVAL

A copper- alloy harness fitting of probable late Medieval to Post-Medieval date (c. AD 1100 – 1800). The object is oval in plan with an interior bevelled edge. There are two small, flat facets on opposing sides of the ring suggesting that it may have been one of a series cast together. The ring is covered in a brown/green patina. These are common metal detectorist finds but their function and dating are not well understood (Geake: Finds Recording Guide, p.54).Other examples have been recorded on the PAS database see; LVPL-C1168F and SWYOR-02E709.

GAT-3CBA62 WEIGHT UNKNOWN

A possible lead weight of unknown date. The object is sub-rectangular in shape with rounded corners and has a hole on either end, possibly used for suspension. The object is covered in a thick white patina and is plain in decoration apart from three vertical lines on one side. Similar objects have been recorded on the PAS database see; SF-6D8C65 and SUSS-DC4A28.

NMS-3CDC48 COIN MEDIEVAL

Silver farthing of Edward I, class 10, London mint, North 1058. c. AD. 1300-1310.

NMS-3CC7F2 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver threepence of Elizabeth I, Tower mint. Ermine initial mark, North 1998, well worn. AD. 1572-1573.

NMS-3CB4FB JETTON POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy small rose-orb jetton of Hans Krauwinckel II, Nuremberg with makers name on obverse, further detail illegible. AD. 1586-1635.

NMS-3CA33A COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy irregular nummus of House of Constantine, CONSTANTINOPOLIS Vicotry on prow derivative. c. AD. 330-348.

NMS-3C96A1 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy irregular radiate of Victorinus, reverse female, probably Providentia standing left. c. AD. 275-286.

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Collection of Hellenistic capitals from the temple of Artemis Leukophyrene, in Magnesia on the Maeander.

Archaic drums

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Rebuilt into the foundations of the Hellenistic temple of Artemis Leukophyrene at Magnesia are drums lacking the usual empolia (connecting dowels) that belonged to a on older monument. The archaic temple must have been in ruins by the time the new one was begun.

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Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F039040

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 04197 add. p. 972; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01118; fig. α (Zeichnung).; other literature: RIT 0260; Taf. 59, 2 (Zeichnung).

F039039

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1957, 0003 a; 1962, 0189.; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01279; fig. α u. β.; other literature: RIT 0441; Taf. 94, 3.

F001052

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02183; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1026; Taf. 158, 7.

F001051

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02225; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1068; Taf. 149, 5.

F001050

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02189; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1060; Taf. 149, 6.

F001049

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02203; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1055; Taf. 160, 2.

F001048

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02201; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1051; Taf. 165, 4.

F001047

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02199; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1046; Taf. 158, 5.

F001046

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02191; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1041; Taf. 158, 6.

F001045

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02208; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1034; Taf. 165, 5.

F001044

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02160a; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1040; Taf. 160, 3.

F001043

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02197; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1038; Taf. 165, 6.

F001042

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 02186; Foto.; other literature: RIT 1032; Taf. 165, 2.

F001041

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01149; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0290; Taf. 42, 2; R. Zucca, Insulae Baliares. Le isole Baleari sotto il dominio romano (Roma 1998) 272-273, Nr. 64; Foto.

F001040

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 06096; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01143; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0283; Taf. 51, 1.

F001039

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 04207 add. p. 972; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01129; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0269; Taf. 53, 1.

F001038

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 04197 add. p. 972; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01118; fig. β.; other literature: RIT 0260; Taf. 59, 3.

F001037

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 04196; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01117; fig. β; fig. α (Zeichnung).; other literature: RIT 0259; Taf. 59, 2; ILS 6938.

F001036

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 04196; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01117; fig. β; fig. α (Zeichnung).; other literature: RIT 0259; Taf. 59, 4; ILS 6938.

F001035

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1956, 0023.; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01095; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0243; Taf. 79, 4.

F001034

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1930, 0152; 1938, p. 10 s. n. 13.; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01093; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0233; Taf. 115, 5.

F001033

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1966, 0191.; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01082; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0221; Taf. 100, 2.

F001032

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1957, 0003 a; 1962, 0189.; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01279; fig. α u. β.; other literature: RIT 0441; Taf. 94, 1.

F001031

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1957, 0003b; 1961, 0334.; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01079; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0218; Taf. 94, 2.

F001030

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01078; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0216; Taf. 101, 3.

F001029

Tarraco / Tarragona ; AE: 1957, 0041.; CIL: 02, 04144 add. p. XLVII; 02, 04144 add. p. 972; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01045; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0185; Taf. 81, 3; A. García y Bellido, AEA 28, 1955, 343

F001028

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 04224; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01019; fig. α (Zeichnung).; other literature: RIT 0171; Taf. 38, 2.

F001027

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 04224; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01019; fig. β; fig. α (Zeichnung).; other literature: RIT 0171; Taf. 38, 1.

F001025

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 06080; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 00879; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0066; Taf. 14, 3; ILS 1146.

F001021

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 06132; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01656; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0654; Taf. 79, 3.

F001019

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 04291; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01244; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0410; Taf. 82, 4.

F001018

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02, 04289 add. p. 973; 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01243; Foto.; other literature: RIT 0409; Taf. 76, 4.

F001017

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01301; fig. α u. β; fig. γ (Zeichnung).; other literature: RIT 0398; Taf. 134, 1.

F001016

Tarraco / Tarragona ; CIL: 02 (2. Aufl.) 14, 01301; fig. α u. β; fig. γ (Zeichnung).; other literature: RIT 0398; Taf. 133, 2.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B015168

Corcoran, S. - Salway, B. - Salway, P.: Moritix Londiniensium. A recent epigraphic find in London.

B013984

Veligianni, C.: O oros apopolitis se mia nea timitiki epigraphi apo tin anatoliki Makedonia. (Mit englischer Zusammenfassung)

B015088

Phillips, E.J.: Corbridge. Hadrian's Wall east of the North Tyne.

B013983

Auloniti, M. - Sverkos, E.K.: Dyo nees epigraphes apo to anatoliko nekrotapheio tis Thessalonikis. (Mit englischer Zusammenfassung)

B014881

Hassall, M.W.C. - Tomlin, R.S.O.: Roman Britain in 1994. II. Inscriptions.

B013976

Sverkos, E.K.: Eine neue Grabinschrift aus Anthemous (Galatista).

B014790

Wild, F.: Samian Ware.

B012245

Despinis, G.: 12. The upper part of a relief grave stele.

B014739

Tomlin, R.S.O.: Dea Senuna: a new goddess from Britain.

B008141

Collingwood, R.G. - Taylor, M.V.: Roman Britain in 1933. II. Inscriptions.

B014736

Reduzzi-Merola, F.: L'esclave qui agit comme un homme libre: «Servus vicarius emit mancipioque accepit puellam».

B004149

Touratsoglou, I.P.: Miliaria tou Mouseiou Beroias (Milliaires du Musée de Veroia).

B014724

Solin, H.: Analecta Epigraphica.

B014703

Gerasimova, V.: Zwei frühchristliche Stifterinschriften aus der kleinen Basilika in Plovdiv (Philippopolis).

B014653

Bekker-Nielsen, T.: The Roads of Ancient Egypt.

B014652

Wagner, P.: Römische Gräber in Zülpich.

B014608

: Flavia Solva.

B014593

Kovacsovics, W.K. - Kastler, R.: Domgrabungsmuseum Salzburg.

B014537

Moro, G.: Zur Geschichte des Kärtner Herzogstuhles.

B014376

Bouyia, P.: Romáikia iera tes Mitros theon - Kubelis se athinaì astikes epaulis. (Mit englischer Zusammenfassung)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD079977 (Britannia)

αβραι β[α]ρβασω / βαρβασωχ βαρβασωθ ευλιωρ / αθεμορφι λάβρου / λυμοῦ παράπεμ/πε δυσκέλαδον / ῥύζημα διήρι/ον τανυχιζον νυδρολεες ὀ/δύμης διαμηχόμαιμον βα/ρύθοιμον εαρκο/τακές διατηκόμε/νον φλεβίων ἀ/πὸ κόλπων μέ/γας Ιάω μέ/γας Σαβαώθ / διαφύλαξον τὸν / φοροῦντα Φοῖβε / ἀκερσεκόμα το/ξότα λοιμοῦ νε/φέλησι ἀπέλαυ/νε Ιάω Ἀβρασ/ὰξ θεέ βοηθεῖ /Φοῖβος ἅπαξ ἐ/κέλευσεν βρο/τοῖς χιλεων ἀ/πέχεσθαι Κύρι / θεέ τηρῆσον / Δημήτριν

February 23, 2020

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Anagyrous

Anagyrous was a deme of ancient Attica.

Thorai?

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 C3 Thorai?

Azenia?

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 B2 Azenia?

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 D3 Prasiai

Prasia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 D3 Prasia

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Steiria

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 D3 Steiria

Araphen

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 D2 Araphen

Prospalta

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 C3 Prospalta

Sphettos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 C3 Sphettos

Hermos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 B2 Hermos

Xypete

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 B3 Xypete

Echelidai

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 unlocated Echelidai

Thymaitadai

Ancient deme-site in the city of Athens, located in modern Keratsini, a western suburb of Piraeus.

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 72 D2 Artemis, T.

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Halai Araphenides

A deme of Attica, located on the eastern shore north of Brauron. The site was known in antiquity for its sanctuary dedicated to Artemis Tauropolos.

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Artemision

The possible site of the temple of Artemis Proseoa beneath the Ag. Georgios chapel, Artemision (Kourbatsi) Euboea.

DARE Location

Representative point location, village precision

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Artemision? Pr.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 65 A4 Artemision? Pr.

Artemision (mountain)

A mountain located between Argolis and Arcadia, with a temple of Artemis at its summit.

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Artemisia/Dianium (island)

A small island of the Tuscan Archipelago.

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Algidus M.

Algidus M. refers to the eastern rim of the dormant Alban volcano in the Alban Hills of central Italy.

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Artemision

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 47 unlocated Artemision

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Corcyra Ins. (Kerkyra/Corfu) is an island in the Ionian Sea.

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Magnesia on the Maeander

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Magnesia on the Maeander

From the sanctuary of Artemis Leukophryene; most of the extant architecture is Hellenistic, though the city thrived into the Roman era.

Ancient walls on Raptis island

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February 22, 2020

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-FEB0F3 COIN MEDIEVAL

A complete Medieval silver long cross cut farthing of Henry III (1216-1272), minted at London. Class 3, probably class 3b-3c, 1248-1250 (North 1994: 226, refs: 987-988).Obverse: [hE]NRIC[VS REX III] (NR ligated); Illegible.Reverse: ONL (ON ligated); Voided long cross dividing the inscription with three pellets in each quadrant. Length: 8.0mm; width: 7.7mm. Weight: 0.28g. North, J. J. 1994. English Hammered Coinage, Volume 0I, Early Anglo Saxon to Henry III, c. 600-1272. Spink & Son, London.

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Mesembria

Originally a Thracian site known as Menebria, Mesembria (or Nessebar) was subsequently settled by Dorian Greeks in the early sixth century BC, eventually becoming an important trading colony on the Black Sea coast. Listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1983.

Callatis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 22 F5 Callatis

Histria

Histria was a Greek colony founded near the mouths of the Danube ca. 630 BC.

Dionysopolis/Krounoi

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 22 F5 Dionysopolis/Krounoi

Bizone

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 22 F5 Bizone

Apollonia Pontica/Sozopolis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 22 E6 Apollonia Pontica/Sozopolis

OSM location of Ιναχος

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Inachos (river)

A river of western Greece, known in modern times by several names including Βλαχόρρεμα (Vlachorrema), Bizakos, and Sindekiniotikos.

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An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 55 F2 Icus Ins.

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Location based on OpenStreetMap

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A river of western Greece, known in modern times by several names including Βλαχόρρεμα (Vlachorrema), Bizakos, and Sindekiniotikos.

Inachos (river)

A river located near Argos in modern Greece.

Orobiai

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 55 E3 Orobiai

OSM location of Ίναχος

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Til-bašerê

Name of the site in the early Neo-Assyrian period. Til-bašerê is mentioned in an inscription of the ninth-century-BCE Assyrian king Shalmaneser III.

Til-Bašerê

An unwalled town mentioned in Neo-Assyrian sources that is identified with Tell Bašir.

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Karmir-blur

Karmir Blur (or "Red Hill") is the ancient Urartian site of Teishebaini, a fortified city of the seventh century BC built by Rusa II.

Rusahinili

Rusahinili (modern Toprakkale) was an ancient fortress of Urartu built by Rusa I.

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PUBLIC-FCD6A2 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus, probably of Gratian (AD 367-383), dating to the period c.AD 367-375 (Reece period 19). [GLORIA NOVI SAECVLI] reverse type depicting the Emperor standing right holding standard and leaning on shield. Mint unclear.

PUBLIC-FDA85B COIN ROMAN

Roman copper alloy sestertius of Marcus Aurelius (AD 161-180). Reverse: Victory, winged, draped, advancing left, holding wreath in extended right hand and palm, sloped over left shoulder, in left hand, AD 163-164. Mint of Rome. RIC III 853

PUBLIC-FE3BBB COIN ROMAN

A copper alloy Roman As of Vespasian dating to AD 71 (Reece Period 4). Reverse type AEQVITAS AVGSTI S C depicting Aequitas standing left, holding scales and rod. Mint of Lugdumum. Cf RIC II Vespasian 1162.

PUBLIC-FE6268 COIN ROMAN

A worn copper alloy silver washed Roman Radiate, possibly of Volusian (AD 251-3, Reece period 12). Uncertain reverse type depicting a standing figure, left, with right hand raised, possibly Volusian with a branch and sceptre.

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‘Isumbo’/Patansana/Zombis

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 89 E1 ‘Isumbo’/Patansana/Zombis

Phoronikon

An ancient settlement, attested by literary or documentary sources, whose precise location cannot be determined today

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NMS-FF9E68 MOUNT MEDIEVAL

An incomplete Medieval copper-alloy mount dating to the period circa AD 1150-1450. The copper-alloy mount has a central circular boss (10.4mm in diameter) which would have contained a now missing knop leaving a sub-circular central hollow (3.5mm in diameter) . Equi-distant around the edge of the mount, there are three integral trefoil terminals, while a fourth would have been present but is now missing. The outer surface of the mount has a brown and green patina, while the reverse surface has a mottled green, and orange-red patina in the hollow of the boss. The object is consistent with a range of quatrefoil examples in Egan and Pritchard 2002, nos 940-944 dating to 12th to 15th centuries AD. Length: 22.1mm; Width: 15.6mm; Thickness: 5.2mm; Weight: 0.8g.

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Phoron Limen

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 59 unlocated Phoron Limen

Vatsa

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 54 B5 Vatsa

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OXON-FE23F3 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A complete but worn Post-Medieval copper alloy trade token farthing issued by the City of Oxford (the Mayor) dating to AD 1652 on the token. Williamson Oxfordshire 111. (Williamson 1891, 930).

SUR-FE85A6 COIN ROMAN

An extremely worn and corroded Roman copper alloy As, possibly of Marcus Aurelius (AD 161-180). Unclear reverse possibly depicting Victory, left. Cf RIC III Marcus Aurelius 884.

IOW-FF0149 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A complete post-Medieval copper-alloy rose farthing of Charles I (1625-1649), minted at the Tower of London under Charles I. Type 2, 1636-1644. Initial marks: crescent/crescent (North 1991: 165, ref: 2291). Obverse: CAROLV D G MA BRI; Single arched crown with sceptres in saltire through it. Reverse: FRA ET HI REX; Single rose surmounted by a single arched crown. Diameter: 13.6mm. Weight: 0.77g. DA=12:12. North, J.J. 1991. English Hammered Coinage, Volume II, Edward I to Charles II, 1272-1662. Spink & Son, London.

NMS-FF28C2 STRAP END MEDIEVAL

Incomplete medieval copper-alloy forked spacer from a composite strap-end terminating in a fully rounded three-tiered, acorn-shaped knob. Each prong terminates in a worn break. One is almost missing completely with just a short stub surviving. No surface decoration is discernible on the knob. Both faces of the prongs retain traces of solder. A similar example is illustrated in Egan and Pritchard (2002) No.675. Other parallels on this database include NMS-342787 and NMS-088092. Late 13th to 15th century.Length: 40.0mm. Width: 19.1mm. Thickness (knob): 7.2mm (prongs): 2.8mm. Weight: 7.3g

NMS-FF1901 BUCKLE EARLY MEDIEVAL

An incomplete Early Medieval to Medieval copper alloy buckle dating to the period circa 1000-1100 AD. The object is a D shaped buckle, and comprises the complete frame, although the thin side of the frame is very worn, bent and distorted. The outward facing side of the frame is decorated with a series of transverse grooves. The back of the frame is smooth and undecoarated. The pin and strap are missing. It is covered in a thick dark grey and dark green patina. The object is consistent with an example on the database: SWYOR-97C023, dated to the 11th century AD. Length: 19.9mm; Width: 16.9mm; Thickness: 3.4mm; Weight: 1.1g.

NMS-FE9FA3 CHAFING DISH MEDIEVAL

Fragment of a medieval to post medieval looped handle from a cupboard door or a chafing dish of similar form to those illustrated in Margeson (1993) Nos. 489 and 490. It is a fragment of one of the incurved sides of the handle. It is flat on the front and reverse, concave on the outside edge, and it has a subtle arris running longitudinally down the centre of the inside edge. There are file marks on all surfaces apart from the breaks, which are rounded and worn. 15th to 16th century.A complete example on this database is NMS-77C084.Length: 37.2mm. Width: 6.2mm. Thickness: 4.8mm. Weight: 5.0g

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Krokeai

Krokeai was a settlement in southern Laconia.

Hysiai

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 D2 Hysiai

Amyklai

Amyklai was an ancient settlement located near Sparta in the plain by the Eurotas river to the east of the Taygetus mountains.

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KENT-FE5E44 FABRICATOR MESOLITHIC

A flint fabricator of uncertain date, mesolithic to bronze age date 9000BC-1000BCDescription:The fabricator is trapezoidal in plan with a slightly curved angle, and narrow base and roughly parallel sides narrow towards the much thinner top. In cross-section the fabricator is sub-triangular. Both dorsal faces are significantly scarred with invasive scaled semi-abrupt retouch extending. The bulb of percussion is quite prominant as is the bulbar scar. A small amount of cortex remains on the end of the fabricator. Other than the beige cortex the fabricator is a mottled light-to dark grey in colouration.Measurements: 77.38mm long, 24.63mm wide, 19mm thick and 36.27g in weight.

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Ag. Dimitrios

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 54 inset Ag. Dimitrios

Halieis

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli) that was abandoned toward the end of the fourth century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the eighth c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

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Bassai

The Temple of Apollo Epikourios (often Latinized as Epicurius) at Bassae is an innovative mid-5th century B.C. Doric temple in Arcadia. The temple preserves the oldest Corinthian capital yet found. It was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1986.

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NMS-FDF9DC LOCK ROMAN

An incomplete Roman copper alloy key lock bolt, dating to the period 43-409 AD. The object is rectangular in plan and section. The suriving element of the object comprises a rectanagular openwork panel of two rows consisting of two sub-circular apertures of two different sizes set either side of a central spine. The apertures are assymetrical; the larger aperture sits opposite the smaller on one and the smaller one opposite the larger on the other side of the central space. The apertures create two protruding rectangular bars with rounded knops situated between the holes. The object has rounded edges and consists of a green patina with white blotches. The object is consistent with Crummy 1983, pg 124, nos. 4133-6. It is the openwork section of a lock bolts form part of a tumbler lock. The key would slide into the cut-outs of the panel and release the lock when rotated. Crummy provides no contextual dates for the object. Length: 22.6mm; Width: 23.5mm; Thickness: 2.7mm; Weight: 6g.

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Peparethus (island)

An island of the western Aegean Sea (modern Skopelos).

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OXON-FDDE95 COIN ROMAN

A complete Roman copper alloy nummus of the house of Constantine to c. AD 335 to 341 (Reece period 17). GLORIA EXERCITVS reverse type depicting two soldiers flanking one standard holding spears in outer hands. Unclear Mint

BM-FDB3F2 COIN IRON AGE

A gold Iron Age quarter stater of the North Thames region / Catuvellauni, dating to the period c.60-20 BC, Whaddon Cross type. Obverse: Wreath, cloak, and crescents, angular wing-like motifs above. Reverse: Horse right with cross above. As ABC, p. 124, no. 2457 (published as Whaddon Wings Cross Type); Sills, 2017: p. 481, nos. 463-464 (British La2, Whaddon Cross type); VA 1478.

OXON-FDB945 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

A near complete strap plate probably for a buckle dating to the Post-Medieval period c.1500-1650. The plate folds back on itself at its mid point (and would have originally gone around a strap bar) to form a double plate. At this fold there is a rectangular cut out hole at the plate's centre to create a U-shape hole where a pin may have articulated. In its folded form the plate is asymmetrical in shape being formed of a rectangular end with the U-shaped hole from which it tapers inwards slightly at both sides then tapers outwards then inwards far more before tapering outwards again into a tri-lobed terminal. The plate has two rivet holes, one at each end, and has the remains of one iron rivet in the hole closest to the tri lobed end. The plate has a dark green patina and traces of iron corrosion near its filled rivet hole. One half of the outer portion of the plate has incised and chipped grooved decoration creating the image of a tree.The plate is 31.5mm long, 15.1mm wide and 6.1mm thick in its folded form. It weighs 7.72 grams.Similar buckle plates have been found with double looped spectacle buckles recorded on the PAS database e.g. BH-E6C73B, NLM-560597 and BERK-5CC79B. These share the same form and decoration and have been dated to c. 1500-1650 AD based on parallels within Whitehead (2003, 423). This plate is therfore likely to sate to this same period.

SF-FDA4E1 COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver Medieval penny of Edward III (AD 1327-1377), fourth coinage, unclear series, dating to AD 1351-1377. Mint of York.

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Lionhead waterspout

orientalizing has added a photo to the pool:

Lionhead waterspout

An unusual terracotta waterspout from an inside corner of a roof. Classical period, sanctuary of Artemis at Brauron.

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NMS-FD9715 SWORD BELT POST MEDIEVAL

Incomplete post-medieval cast copper alloy sword belt mount, with missing hook. It consists of a central oval dome, flanked on the upper side (opposite the hook) with a transverse collar and then a smaller circular dome, and finally a smaller rounded knop projecting from this. At the lower side of the central dome are a pair of transverse collars followed by the worn stub of the missing hook. The mount is pierced in the centre of the smaller upper dome and at the junction of the central dome and the twin collars at the other end. Both perforations contain iron rivets in situ. The reverse is concave and the upper and lower parts are filled with iron corrosion. Compare with Read (2016) No. 362. A very close parallel on this database is BUC-A92899. 17th century.Length: 36.1mm. Width: 13.5mm. Thickness: 4.3mm. Weight: 4.4g

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OXON-FD53C4 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A clipped Post Medieval silver penny of Charles I (AD 1625-1649) probably fourth bust dating AD 1625-49. Two pellets for an initial mark. Minted at the Tower of London.