Potamos: Digital Antiquity Data

http://planet.atlantides.org/potamos

Tom Elliott (tom.elliott@nyu.edu)

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November 25, 2017

tDar: The Digital Archaeological Record

Coding sheet for Taxon2 (Horizon Eleven Trial Dataset)

This coding sheet was generated by tDAR for taxon2 - BIGINT 126592 column from Horizon Eleven Trial Dataset dataset (393766) on 11/24/17 3:24 PM

November 24, 2017

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1869 (31869)

834 verses indexed by djurdja

012 (20012)

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1869 (31869)

647 verses indexed by djurdja

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Ganzak?/Gazaca?/Gazae?

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 90 B3 Ganzak?/Gazaca?/Gazae?

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Puente romano de Alconetar

Relocated remains of a 300m-long Roman stone bridge originally located southwest of modern Tourmogon at Alconétar, over R. Tajo in Spain.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NLM-816AFF CAME POST MEDIEVAL

Lead possible window came, as kindly suggested by the finder. A fragment from a cast strip with one bevelled and three flat sides. Patinated, and cut obliquely at one end, broken raggedly at the other. The side adjacent to the bevelled surface bears a slot or gutter of width and depth 2mm which may have retained a glass pane. If so, the thin glass this implies should suggest a post-medieval date. As only one slot appears, this would necessarily be set at the edge of a glazed window. Suggested date: Post-Medieval, 1700-1900.Length: 30.4mm, Width: 12.3mm, Thickness: 8.9mm, Weight: 19.61gms

NLM-815C85 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy coin. Radiate of Tetricus II (272-274).Obverse description: Radiate head right, youthful clean-shaven face.Obverse inscription: possibly IMP TETR[---]Diameter: 19.7mm, Weight: 1.80gms

NLM-815384 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy buckle fragment. Probably a thin strap bar from a large but lightly constructed buckle frame, possibly with a knop at either end, and the knops possibly decorated with diagonal or cross-hatched incised lines. Suggested date: Medieval, 1250-1400.Height: 35.7mm, Length: 21.5mm, Thickness: 2.4mm, Weight: 2.55gms

LIN-836287 KNIFE BRONZE AGE

The tip fragment of a symmetrical copper alloy knife blade probably dating to the late Bronze Age (c. 1500 BC - 600 BC). The blade is well worn with a light green patina. A similar example has been recorded on the database: SUR-744AC6.The overall dimensions are as follows: 30.48mm in length, 14.9mm in width, 3.87mm in thickness and 6g in weight.

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New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room: Recent Additions

236 (30236)

8 verses indexed by lakmann

2002 (32002)

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NLM-8148C6 SHOT POST MEDIEVAL

Lead shot. Cast ball, possibly slightly elongated with a circumferentially flattened band from set up at the instant of firing. The mass may suggest this to have been fired by a light fowling piece or 'rook and rabbit' gun. Suggested date: Post-Medieval, 1700-1800.Diameter: 11.2mm, Weight: 9.10gms

NLM-8140E1 WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

Lead weight fragment. Cast discoid hem weight, as kindly identified by the finder, with a central sunken panel on one side with two drilled stitching holes of diameter 2.5mm; patinated and torn by plough strike. Suggested date: Post-Medieval, 1800-1900.Diameter: 27.4mm, Thickness: 3.8mm, Weight: 16.07gms

NLM-813846 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy buckle. Cast asymmetrical double looped buckle with a rounded outer edge and a straight inner edge; the strap bar is narrowed. Suggested date: Post-Medieval, 1575-1700.Length: 26.1mm, Height: 17.8mm, Thickness: 1.8mm, Weight: 2.38gms

NLM-8126B5 COIN ROMAN

: Copper alloy coin. Nummus of the House of Constantine (306-361), Two Victories issue of 347-348, Reece period 17.Obverse description: Youthful bust laureate right, large eye, stiff vertical hair.Obverse inscription: CONS[---]Reverse description: two Victories facing each other holding wreaths.Reverse inscription: [VICTORI] AE DD AVGG[Q NN]Diameter: 15.2mm, Weight: 1.66gms, die axis: 12

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SF-82979A COIN ROMAN

A complete copper alloy Roman sestertius of uncertain ruler, dating to the period AD 43-260. Unclear reverse and mint, Heavily worn and corroded.

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Via Herdonitana

A Roman road connecting Herdonia and Ausculum.

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DENO-82427E VESSEL UNKNOWN

A lead pot mend of uncertain date. The mend is large and flat on one surface and smaller and flat on the other. Grey ceramic survives between the two surfaces. Overall, the object measures 35.6mm long, 25.8mm wide and 7.1mm thick. It weighs 29.04g.

LVPL-821AA7 BROOCH ROMAN

A copper alloy pin of Roman to medieval date. The object has a hexagonal perforated loop with integral pin. It tapers to a point which has broken during antiquity. Beneath the loop is a small projection. The pin has a mid-green patina.Dimensions: Internal diameter of loop 1.5mm, 13mm in length, 4mm in width, 1mm thick, 0.4gThe pin would probably have been attached to a brooch however use on a buckle is also possible.

LVPL-82075E MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

A lead alloy decorative mount in the form of a flower of post-medieval date. The centre of the flower is flat and is decorated with cross hatching. The petals are formed with moulded ridges with projecting rounded ends. To the rear of the object is a flattened integral lead hook for attachment. There is a punched hole next to centre of flower. The object has a light white patina.

LVPL-81E97E COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A silver threepence of Elizabeth I. Reverse: POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV; long cross over square shield [1]582 above shield. IM: sword. North no. 1998.

LIN-81BC1B SHOT POST MEDIEVAL

A complete lead shot likely dating to the Post Medieval period (c. AD 1600 - 1800). The shot is roughly spherical in shape and is patinated all over, with a number of scratches and depressions. The overall dimensions are as follows: 18.83mm in diameter and 35.28g in weight.

LIN-81AAD2 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete Roman copper alloy nummus of an unknown late 3rd to early 5th century AD emperor. Reverse type depicting figure standing facing left. Mint unknown. The coin is heavily worn and over half is missing. Overall dimensions: 16.2mm in length, 11.31mm in width and 1.27g in weight.

LVPL-8180B9 HARNESS FITTING IRON AGE

An incomplete copper alloy harness fitting of Iron Age to Roman date. The object is a strap-mounted terret ring. The terret consists of an oval hoop which is circular in cross-section. At the base of the object, projecting from one face is a 'skirt' which is incomplete. The 'skirt' is concave at the rear with a convex outer face which tapers in width before terminating with a break. The object has a mid-green patina and is pitted.Dimensions: 20mm in length, 18mm in width, 7mm thick, 8.9g.For further information on terrets see the PhD Lewis, A, (2015), see https://lra.le.ac.uk/bitstream/2381/32900/1/2015LewisASGPhD.pdf. They are generally associated with the early Roman period.Reference: Lewis, A: Iron Age and Roman era vehicle terrets from western and central Britain an Interpretive study, (2015) Phd.Similar examples which have been recorded on the PAS database include LIN-FFF1B4 NMGW-7D0AA5 and SF-A449D4.

LIN-818AE3 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A Post Medieval copper alloy halfpenny coin of George II (AD 1760-1820) dating to AD 1772? Obverse: laureate and curiassed bust left. Reverse: Britannia seated facing left, coin date below this. Overall dimensions are as follows: 27.61mm in diameter, 3.23mm in thickness and 9.39g in weight.

DENO-8184A4 CASTING WASTE UNKNOWN

A piece of copper alloy casting waste of uncertain date. The surface is covered in holes. It weighs 135.85g.

DENO-815E5C VESSEL UNKNOWN

An incomplete lead pot mend of uncertain date. The mend is large and flat on one surface and smaller and flat on the other. Black ceramic with white/grey inclusions survives between the two surfaces. Overall, the object measures 58.8mm long, 53.5mm wide and 12.7mm thick. It weighs 154.23g.

LIN-816659 SHOE MODERN

An incomplete copper alloy shoe pattern dating to the Modern period (c. AD 1900-1950). The object is a thin metal print of a shoe used in shoe making. It has been bent and torn in places owing to plough damage. Near the heel of the pattern a series of letters and number, apparently a serial number, have been stamped, reading: EG // 0030725 - BC // [...] // [...]. The overall dimensions are as follows: 270mm in length (when straightened) 140mm in length as it appares now, 88.93mm in width, 0.43mm in thickness and 63.87g in weight.

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Cniva

Cniva (also given as Kniva, c. 250 CE to possibly 270 CE) was the king of the Goths who defeated Emperor Decius (249-251 CE) at the Battle of Abritus in 251 CE. Little is known of him other than his campaign in 251 CE, in which he successfully took Philipopolis, killing over 100,000 Roman citizens and enslaving survivors, lay siege to the city of Nicopolis, and defeated the Romans under Decius, killing...

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Carrhae

Carrhae is a major settlement of Upper Mesopotamia from the Bronze Age onward. The earliest mentions of the site are found in the Ebla tablets (ca. 2300 BC).

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

House of the deer at Herculaneum, buried by Vesuvius' eruption on 79 AD

Carlo Raso has added a photo to the pool:

House of the deer at Herculaneum, buried by Vesuvius' eruption on 79 AD

LA CITTÀ "SGABELLO" DI LEOPARDI.

Dal rapporto tra Leopardi e gli scavi di Ercolano, grazie a questa foto, sono indotto ad alcuni riferimenti a "La Ginestra" per testimoniare la stringente aderenza dei versi al territorio vesuviano, a seguito del soggiorno del recanatese a villa Ferrigni (poi "delle Ginestre") nella vicinissima Torre del Greco. Centro quest'ultimo che si frappone tra Ercolano e Pompei, consentendone la visita grazie ad un breve tratto di percorso in carrozza.
Il riferimento alla modalità del seppellimento di Ercolano nel 79 d. C. (diversa rispetto a Pompei) è esplicita. La città sorgeva su una collinetta in prossimità del mare, anzi affacciava con gli imponenti terrazzamenti (che si vedono in foto, con il giardino della Casa dei Cervi) proprio sulla spiaggia. Numerose colate di fango hanno percorso la città romana fino a coprirla con uno strato indurito di tufo che raggiunge i 25 metri di altezza. Da ciò l'esplorazione sette-ottocentesca mediante cunicoli e la "messa a giorno" solo di alcune case all'inizio del XIX secolo.
Leopardi si mostra perfettamente informato sulle modalità del seppellimento quando scrive (vv. 215-229):

"...così d'alto piombando,
dall'utero tonante
scagliata al ciel profondo,
di ceneri e di pomici e di sassi
notte e ruina, infusa
di bollenti ruscelli,
o pel montano fianco
furiosa tra l'erba
di liquefatti massi
e di metalli e d'infocata arena
scendendo immensa piena,
le cittadi che il mar là su l'estremo,
lido aspergea, confuse
e infranse e ricoperse
in pochi istanti..."

I riferimenti "archeologici" sono molteplici. Le "ceneri", le "pomici" e i "sassi" costituiscono effettivamente le componenti degli strati vulcanici: presso alcune vittime sono stati rinvenuti grossi frammenti di vasi in terracotta, adoperati per proteggersi il capo dalla pioggia di pietre durante la fuga. Il fenomeno produsse effettivamente in pieno giorno il piombare della "notte", come documenta il ritrovamento presso alcuni scheletri di lucerne. Quanto ai "bollenti ruscelli" e all' "infocata arena" che hanno invaso la città con "immensa piena", basta affacciarsi dalle case che si vedono in foto e che prospettavano sulla spiaggia, mentre oggi hanno di fronte una scoscesa collina tufacea che ha allontanato di alcuni chilometri il mare.
Leopardi non poteva sapere che a pochi metri di profondità dalle case che egli stava visitando si trovavano centinaia di vittime, rifugiatesi sotto una serie di depositi per barche e quindi in attesa di potersi salvare via mare. Sono state istantaneamente fulminate dai gas ad altissima temperatura eruttati dal vulcano, al punto che le carni - come hanno dimostrato recenti studi - si sono dissolte, mentre alcune parti ossee rivelano ancora i segni della combustione. Gli scheletri hanno perciò mantenuto la posa dell'istante del trapasso. Sono stati rinvenuti da Giuseppe Maggi solo nel 1980.
Ma gli scavi di Ercolano raffigurati in foto mi inducono a considerare altri versi de "La Ginestra" (vv. 246-249):

"...ancor leva lo sguardo
sospettoso alla vetta
fatal, che nulla mai fatta più mite
ancor siede tremenda, ancor minaccia".

E l' "utero tonante" del Vesuvio appare infatti ancora a dominare la città moderna e gli scavi di Ercolano. Ma ciò che meglio esprime la puntuale conoscenza dei luoghi da parte di Leopardi è che la città antica faccia da "sgabello" a quella sorta su di essa (vv. 230-233):

"...e città nove
sorgon dall'altra banda, a cui sgabello
son le sepolte, e le prostrate mura
l'arduo monte al suo piè quasi calpesta".

E la foto documenta egregiamente come la moderna Ercolano segga sullo "sgabello" della città romana e come il Vesuvio "quasi calpesta...le prostrate mura"!

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Ausculum

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 45 C2 Ausculum

Zancle/Messana

Zancle was founded as Greek colony in the eighth century B.C.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD075452 (Germania superior)

M(arcus) Lucre[tius] / [---]ess[---] / [mil(es) l(egionis) XV? Primi]/geniae [an(norum) ---] / stip(endii) I / h(ic) s(itus) e(st)

HD075451 (Germania superior)

L(ucius) Antest/ius C(ai) f(ilius) Vet(uria) / Plac(entia) mil(es) / leg(ionis) XVI an(norum) / XXVI sti(pendiorum) II / h(ic) s(itus) e(st) T(itus) Ante/stius frater / posuit

HD075450 (Germania inferior)

[Deae?] / Travala/hae

HD075449 (Germania inferior)

Terr[ae] / Matr[i] / [---] FRV[---] / [&

HD075448 (Germania inferior)

$] / [---]SAL[-?] / [--- R]omanae [-?] / [pro se] et su[is] / [v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens)] m(erito)

HD075447 (Germania inferior)

Deae / Sunux/sali

HD069408 (Britannia)

[---]A [- ] / [---]ME[---]

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F022976

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06936.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 227, Nr. 115; Tafel 84, 15.

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HD056232 (Germania superior)

S(extus) Corn[eli]u[s] / S(exti) f(ilius) Pup(inia) Bae[te]r(r)/as(!)(?) SI(?)[---]/us [---] / AC(?)[---] / an(norum) [--- stip(endiorum) ---] / h(---) [---]/TEI(?)[---]

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F017263

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; AE: 1965, 0252; 1978, 0560.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, BRGK 58, 1977, 493, Nr. 68; W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 234, Nr. 123; Tafel 87, 123.

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HD056133 (Germania superior)

T(itus) Quintius / T(iti) f(ilius) Pollia Var(dagate) / mil(es) leg(ionis) XIIII <g>em(inae) / anno(rum) XXXXIIII / stipen(diorum) XXIII / h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / frater pos(u)it / titulum ex testam(ento) / pro pietate

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F017262

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; AE: 1965, 0252; 1978, 0560.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, BRGK 58, 1977, 493, Nr. 68; W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 234, Nr. 123; Tafel 87, 123.

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HD055925 (Germania superior)

Cn(aeus) Coelius / Cn(aei) f(ilius) Pap(iria) / Marullinus / do(mo) Narbo(ne) / mil(es) leg(ionis) IIII{I} M(acedonicae) / an(norum) XXXV stip(endiorum) XIIII / h(ic) s(itus) e(st) h(eres) ex t(estamento) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

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F017166

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; AE: 1979, 0433.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, BRGK 58, 1977, 502, Nr. 88; W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 228-229, Nr. 117; Tafel 85.

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HD055860 (Germania superior)

Q(uintus) Castric/ius Q(uinti) f(ilius) Pap(iria) / Severus Tic/ini mil(es) leg(ionis) / IIII Mac(edonicae) an(norum) / XXX sti(pendiorum) XI / h(ic) s(itus) e(st) h(eres) f(aciendum) / c(uravit)

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F015566

Mogontiacum / Mainz, Zahlbach ; AE: 1904, 0101.; CIL: 13, 11858.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 227-228, Nr. 116; Tafel 84, 116 (Foto u. Zeichnung); W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 138, Nr. 50; Foto.

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F015563

Mogontiacum / Mainz, Weisenau ; CIL: 13, 11856.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 246-247, Nr. 139; Tafel 99 (Fotos u. Zeichnung).

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F015562

Mogontiacum / Mainz, Weisenau ; CIL: 13, 11856.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 246-247, Nr. 139; Tafel 99 (Fotos u. Zeichnung).

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HD033279 (Germania inferior)

Deae Ter/rae Matr[i] / Valeria / Taca ex [i]/ussu ipsei(!) / v(otum) p(osuit) l(ibens) m(erito)

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F015561

Mogontiacum / Mainz, Weisenau ; AE: 1911, 0234.; CIL: 13, 11855.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 245-246, Nr. 138; Tafel 98.

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HD033267 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Pompei(us) / C(ai) f(ilius) O(u)fe(ntina) Med(iolano) / mil(es) leg(ionis) XVI / ann(orum) XXXIV / st(i)pe(ndiorum) XIV / h(ic) s(itus) e(st) her(es) ex t(estamento)

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F015560

Mogontiacum / Mainz, Weisenau ; AE: 1907, 0188.; CIL: 13, 11854.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 230-231, Nr. 119; Tafel 86, 119; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 133, Nr. 41; Foto.

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HD031305 (Britannia)

$] / leg(ato) leg(ionis) [I]I / Aug(ustae) proconsu(li) / provinc(iae) Nar/bonensis / leg(ato) Aug(usti) pr(o) pr(aetore) prov(inciae) / Lugdunen(sis) / ex decreto / ordinis res / publ(ica) civit(atis) Silurum

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F015559

Mogontiacum / Mainz, Weisenau ; AE: 1913, 0129; 1913, p. 58 s. n. 237.; CIL: 13, 11853.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 244-245, Nr. 137; Tafel 97; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 133, Nr. 40; Foto.

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HD029175 (Germania superior)

L(ucius) Varius L(uci) f(ilius) Ouf(entina) / Sacco Med(iolano) mil(es) / leg(ionis) XV Primig(eniae) / an(norum) XXV stip(endii) I / h(ic) s(itus) e(st)

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F015558

Mogontiacum / Mainz, Weisenau ; AE: 1913, 0129; 1913, p. 58 s. n. 237.; CIL: 13, 11853.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 244-245, Nr. 137; Tafel 97; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 133, Nr. 40; Foto.

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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)

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F015554

Mogontiacum / Mainz, Weisenau ; AE: 1913, 0128.; CIL: 13, 11848.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 231-232, Nr. 120; Tafel 87, 120; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 121, Nr. 16; Foto.

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HD027189 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Cassius / L(uci) f(ilius) Geminus / Ouf(entina) Medio(lano) / mil(es) leg(ionis) XV / Primigenia(e) / an(norum) XX stip(endii) I / h(ic) s(itus) e(st)

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F015240

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06906.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 230, Nr. 118; Tafel 86, 118; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 127, Nr. 28; Foto.

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HD027186 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Attius / C(ai) f(ilius) Pupi(nia) / Maxsim/us(!) Baet(erris) / mil(es) leg(ionis) IIII / Mac(edonicae) an(norum) / XXXVII sti(pendiorum) / XVII h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

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F015153

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06863; 13, 06863 add. p. 108.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 233-234, Nr. 122; Tafel 88, 122; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 120, Nr. 15; Foto.

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HD023831 (Germania superior)

L(ucius) Cornelius / L(uci) f(ilius) Colinus / Pol(lia) Epored/ia mil(es) leg(ionis) XV / an(norum) XXII stip(endii) I / h(ic) s(itus) e(st)

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F015150

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06859.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 232-233, Nr. 121; Taf. 88, 121; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 117, Nr. 9; Foto.

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HD020009 (Britannia)

$]l(i) Attici / [---]apacis / [sine stipibus au]t collati/[onibus sibi com]missum / [a collegio peregri]nor[u]m / [c(onsistentium) C(allaevae) donum d(e) s(uo)] d(edit?)

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F014622

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 07009.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 234-235, Nr. 124; Tafel 90, 124.

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HD020006 (Britannia)

$] Marti[alis?] / [---] collatio[nibus] / [sibi com]missum a col[legio] / [peregrin]orum c(onsistentium) C(allevae) [donum] / d(e) s(uo) d(edit)

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F014621

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 07009.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 234-235, Nr. 124; Tafel 90, 124.

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HD020003 (Britannia)

$]R[---] / [---]MVI[---] / [sine collat]ionibu[s] / [commiss]um sibi a con/[legio pere]gr[i]norum / [consistenti]um Callevae [don]um d(e) s(uo) d(edit)

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F012785

Mogontiacum / Mainz, Weisenau ; AE: 1911, 0234.; CIL: 13, 11855.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 245-246, Nr. 138; Tafel 98.

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HD019577 (Britannia)

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

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F012753

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06863; 13, 06863 add. p. 108.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 233-234, Nr. 122; Tafel 88, 122; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 120, Nr. 15; Foto.

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HD018346 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Coelius / C(ai) f(ilius) Voltinia / Passus Tol/ossa(!) m(i)l(es) leg(ionis) / IIII Ma{a}c(edonicae) an(norum) XXX / stip(endiorum) VIII h(ic) / s(itus) e(st)

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F005931

Colonia Claudia Ara Agrippinensium / Köln ; AE: 1904, 0105.; CIL: 13, 08249.

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HD008984 (Britannia)

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

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B011359

Körber, K.: Mainz. Römische Inschriften und Skulpturen.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F004711

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06936.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 227, Nr. 115; Tafel 84, 15.

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HD004490 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Tallius / C(ai) Fab(ia) Pris/cus vetera/nus ex leg(ione) XIIII / gem(ina) anno(rum) / XLIIX stip(endiorum) XXVII / vexsillo(!) P(ubli) Atili / Crispi h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / frater pro pi/etate pos(u)it

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B008691

Körber, K.: Ausgrabungen des Römerkastells Arentsburg in Vorburg beim Haag.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LVPL-7076A9 BEAD IRON AGE

A light blue glass bead of Iron Age to post-medieval date. The bead is spherical in shape with a circular hole through the centre and is made from an opaque light blue glass. The hole has an internal diameter of 4.5mm. The outer surface of the bead is cracked and pitted in places.Dimensions: 12mm in diameter, 16.5mm in length, 2.85g.Guido (1999) classifies this type of bead group 6i, blue glass annular bead.When lacking specific diagnostic features and not from a secure archaeological context glass beads are difficult to date precisely as simple beads like this one were in use across multiple periods.

NMS-706061 POT POST MEDIEVAL

Test Pit 4, 7 post-medieval pottery sherds, body except the last entry, weight 83g, mid 16th - 17th century:Context 1, 4 post-medieval Glazed Red Earthenware (weight 38g).Context 2, 1 Glazed Red Earthenware (weight 6g).Context 4,1 Glazed Red Earthenware (weight 25g).Context 5, 1 Westerwald stoneware rim (weight 14g).

LVPL-704B68 SPINDLE WHORL MEDIEVAL

A lead alloy spindle whorl of medieval date. The object is circular in plan and biconical. The object has a damaged central perforation measuring 9mm in diameter. The outer edge of the object is decorated with three lobed projections. A square-sectioned length of lead alloy, measuring 18mm in length, was recovered with the spindle whorl and may have originally been attached. On once face of the object moulded ring-and-dot decoration is visible. The opposite face is worn.Dimensions: 22mm in diameter, 7mm thick, 15.35g.Spindle whorls have reportedly been found in contexts dated from the Roman through to the Post-Medieval period although the majority are typically dated broadly to the medieval period c.1100-1500.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LVPL-70316B SPINDLE WHORL MEDIEVAL

An lead alloy spindle whorl of medieval date. The object is circular in plan and is biconical. The object has a central perforation which has an internal diameter of 11mm. Each face of the object is decorated worn moulded lines and pellets.Dimensions: 25mm in diameter, 18mm thick, 23.05gSpindle whorls have reportedly been found in contexts dated from the Roman through to the Post-Medieval period although the majority are typically dated broadly to the medieval period c.1100-1500.

NMS-7036C1 ROOF TILE MEDIEVAL

Test Pit 4, Context 2, 2 medieval ceramic roof tile fragments, thickness 13 and 14mm (weight 16g), mid 13th - 15th century.

NMS-6FCA05 POT ROMAN

Test Pit 3, 117 Roman pottery sherds, body unless otherwise stated, weight 987g, mid 1st - 4th century:Context 3, 2 greyware including rim [probable jar] (weight 9g).Context 4, 4 greyware including bowl rim and narrow (20mm) handle of pointed oval cross-section (weight 16g).Context 5, 15 greyware including one bowl rim and one basal (weight 45g).Context 6, 37, thirty-two greyware including five rim [three probable jar and one dish] , three shell tempered and one East Anglian colour coated (weight 228g).Context 7, 29, three samian including two bowl rim, one oxidised, one shell tempered and twenty-four greyware including one basal and seven rim [one jar and six dish/bowl] (weight 403g).Context 8,17, sixteen greyware including jar rim, and one shell tempered (weight 170g).Context 9, 13, nine greyware including rim and basal and four buff oxidised (weight 116g).

NMS-701E8D POT ROMAN

Test Pit 4, 74 Roman pottery sherds, body unless otherwise stated, weight 797g, mid 1st - 4th century:Context 1, 3, two greyware and one colour coated, probably East Anglian (weight 6g).Context 2, 4, three greyware and one East Anglian colour coated (weight 7g)Context 3, 4 greyware (weight 11g).Context 4, 2 greyware (weight 5g).Context 5, 61, three samian bowl rim, two buff oxidised, fifty-five greyware including three rim [one jar] and one Nene Valley colour coated bead and flange bowl rim (weight 768g).

LVPL-700BB1 SPINDLE WHORL MEDIEVAL

An incomplete lead alloy spindle whorl of medieval date. The object would have been circular in plan when complete with a central circular perforation. One side of the object is missing and it has been stretched out. An even patina suggests that this damage took place during antiquity. Each face of the object is decorated with a series of ring-and-dot decoration consisting of a raised pellet with a moulded circular ring.Dimensions: 35mm in length, 9mm in width, 8mm thick, 17.95g.Spindle whorls have reportedly been found in contexts dated from the Roman through to the Post-Medieval period although the majority are typically dated broadly to the medieval period c.1100-1500.

NMS-6FFAB3 TILE ROMAN

Test Pit 3, 9 Roman roof tile fragments, weight 424g, mid 1st - 4th century:Context 3, 4 (weight 34g).Context 5, 1, thickness 24mm (weight 136g).Context 6, 3, two with thickness of 24mm including tegula (weight 105g).Context 9, 1 imbrex, thickness 20mm (weight 149g).

LIN-6FF7D4 MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete copper alloy possible belt mount dating to the Post Medieval period (c. AD 1500 - 1600). The mount is sub-square in shape with four incurved sides and four rounded knops projecting from four opposite corners. The face and reverse of the mount are flat. On the reverse there are two integral fixing pins, which have been bent over at 90 degrees in the same direction. The tip of one of the pins is missing. There are the traces of silvering on both the face and reverse of the mount. The overall dimensions are as follows: 14.04mm in length, 14.84mm in width, 4.34mm in thickness and 3.29g in weight.

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Saint Cyril

Saint Cyril (aka Kyrillos and Constantine the Philosopher, d. 867 CE) was a Byzantine linguist, teacher, scholar and missionary who famously preached Christianity to the Slavs in Moravia with his brother Methodius during the 9th century CE. He created the Glagolitic alphabet, the forerunner to the Cyrillic alphabet that bears his name, and did much to spread the religion, art and culture of the Byzantine...

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LVPL-6FD5A7 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A silver sixpence of Elizabeth I, (1558-1603). Reverse: POSVI DEV ADIVTOREM MEV; long cross over square shield 1572 above shield. IM: ermine (1572-1573). North no. 1997.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LIN-6FBB83 CASTING WASTE UNKNOWN

Two globules of solidified molten casting waste. The objects are irregular in form and section with no identifying features. They are dull silver in colour. In the absence of metallurgical analysis it is unclear as to whether the metal is silver or another white metal such as tin. Furthermore, due to the undiagnostic nature of the finds they cannot be securely dated. Average dimensions are as follows: 30.3mm in length, 18.95mm in width, 13.94mm in thickness and 26.77g in weight.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LIN-6F842C MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete cast copper alloy mount or fitting plate in the form of a crowned rose in relief. The object has been provisionally dated to the Post Medieval to Modern periods (c. AD 1500-1900). The mount has an integral projection at four o'clock on the face, which may have been used to attach the mount to another object. On the reverse, the crown is flat and the rose is slightly concave with a ridge running horizontally across the middle. The mount hasd a light green patina.Two similar examples have been recordedon the PAS databse: LON-09DFA9 and NLM225. The overall dimensions are as follows: 18.19mm in length, 15.95mm in width, 3.91mm in thickness and 2.38g in weight.

NMS-6F84F9 ROOF TILE MEDIEVAL

Test Pit 3, 2 medieval ceramic roof tile fragments, weight 80g, mid 13th - 15th century:Context 4, thickness 13g (weight 77g).Context 5, surfaces lost (weight 3g).

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LVPL-6F6EBE MOUNT MEDIEVAL

A lead alloy Angus Dei (Holy Lamb of God) mount of medieval to post medieval date. The object depicts a haloed lamb in relief, advancing left (when viewing the object). A long cross rests on the shoulder of the lamb from which a banner extends.The rear of the object is flat and undecorated. There is no evidence of attachment.Dimensions: 16.5mm in width, 17mm in length, 1mm thick, 3.40g.Other objects featuring the Angus Dei which have been recorded on the PAS database include WMID-9374A9, IOW-0A7949, SWYOR-5F8DD5 and WREX-DEA80A.

NMS-6F6D7F FLOOR TILE MEDIEVAL

Test Pit 3, Context 3, one medieval floor tile fragment, oxidised with lead glaze on one extant face, 14th - early 16th century (weight 22g).

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Signed-off-by: Graham Claytor <gclaytor@gmail.com>
Signed-off-by: Marja Vierros <marja.vierros@helsinki.fi>
Signed-off-by: Mark Depauw <mark.depauw@arts.kuleuven.be>
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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-6F533B POT MEDIEVAL

Test Pit 3, 2 medieval unglazed pottery body sherds, weight <2g, 13th - 14th centuryContext 3,one (weight <1g).Context 7,one (weight 1g).

LVPL-6F2E61 COIN MEDIEVAL

A silver cut half penny of Edward I (1272-1307). Reverse: [CIVI/TAS/]LON/DON; long cross dividing legend, three pellets in each quarter. Class 10cf2b minted at London dating to 1306-1307. North no. 1041.

NMS-6F384C TILE ROMAN

Test Pit 2, 4 Roman tile fragments, weight 108g, mid 1st - 4th century:Context 5, 3 (form uncertain, finished surfaces lost, weight 50g).Context 6, 1, thickness 30mm (weight 58g).

NMS-6F2308 POT ROMAN

Test Pit 2, 54 Roman pottery sherds, body unless otherwise stated, weight 688g, mid 1st - 4th century:Context 1,9, one oxidised and eight greyware (weight 37g).Context 2,2 greyware including rim [probably jar] (weight 6g).Context 3, 4, three greyware including rim, one oxidised jar rim (weight 13g).Context 5, 21, one samian, one buff oxidised, one storage jar (pale brown and part reduced internally), eighteen greyware including two rim [one jar] (weight 85g).Context 6, 18 Roman, one Spanish amphora (weight 161g), one red-slipped oxidised dish rim, sixteen greyware including four dish [three joining, complete profile, diameter 210mm, weight 223g) (weight 547g).

New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room: Recent Additions

516 (30516)

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1007 (31007)

5 verses indexed by megeiger
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Papyri.info: Recent Commits to idp.data:master (Github)

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New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room: Recent Additions

2248 (32248)

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Ancient History Encyclopedia

Byzantine Coinage

The coinage of the Byzantine Empire continued that of its more ancient predecessors and functioned as a convenient method of payment for goods and services, especially to soldiers and officials, and as a means for people to pay their taxes. Coins also continued to be the best way for a ruler to spread their image and remind their people who they owed their allegiance to. The star of the Byzantine purse...

tDar: The Digital Archaeological Record

BONE COLLAGEN EXTRACTION AND AMS RADIOCARBON AGE DETERMINATION OF TEETH SAMPLES FROM PAYNE’S CAVE (CA-TEH-193), TEHAMA COUNTY, CALIFORNIA

Two sets of mule deer teeth, recovered from CA-TEH-193 and expected to date to the Little Ice Age, were submitted for AMS radiocarbon dating.

New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room: Recent Additions

1800 (31800)

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36 verses indexed by jjmccollum

1538 (31538)

12 verses indexed by jjmccollum

1508 (31508)

58 verses indexed by jjmccollum
2 features annotated by jjmccollum

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Metaurus (river)

Metaurus fl. (Metauro river) flows from near Monte dei Frati in the Apennine Mountains to the Adriatic Sea. The Metaurus was the site of two key battles in antiquity. The first, in 207 B.C., saw the defeat of Hasdrubal Barca by the consuls Marcus Livius Salinator and Gaius Claudius Nero. The second, the Battle of Fano, saw Aurelian defeat the Alamanni in A.D. 271.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD075440 (Germania superior)

M(arcus) Aemilius / M(arci) f(ilius) Cla(udia) Fus/cus Sava(ria) / mil(es) leg(ionis) I / adi(utricis) an(norum) XXV / stip(endiorum) VIII h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / frater pr(o) p(ietate) p(osuit)

HD075185 (Germania superior)

Ianuarius an(norum) / VII h(ic) s(itus) e(st)

HD072610 (Raetia)

C(ai) Iul(i) DKN

HD065384 (Raetia)

Carant(us) f(ecit)

HD065005 (Raetia)

Uranarus f(ecit)

HD063758 (Raetia)

[P]istillus fec[it]

HD063756 (Raetia)

D(eo) Mercurio Caison(io)

HD063752 (Raetia)

Pistillus

HD056269 (Germania superior)

Cuses Sug/ent(is?) f(ilius) Regus(cus) ex / c(o)ho(rte) Raet(orum) et Vin(delicorum) / annor(um) XL stip(endiorum) / XX h(ic) s(itus) e(st)

HD056266 (Germania superior)

Reburrus Co/roturetis f(ilius) mil(es) / c(o)ho(rtis) I Lucensiu(m) / Hispanorum / an(norum) <L>III sti(pendiorum) XXIIII / h(ic) s(itus) e(st) h(eres) ex t(estamento) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD056029 (Germania superior)

T(itus) Iulius T(iti) f(ilius) / Sab(atina) Secun/dus Firmo / mil(es) leg(ionis) / XIIII gem(inae) Mar(tiae) / Vic(tricis) an(norum) XXXV / stip(endiorum) IX h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / t(estamento) f(ieri) i(ussit) h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD056028 (Germania superior)

M(arcus) Gellius / M(arci) f(ilius) Cla(udia) Secu/ndus Ara / mil(es) leg(ionis) [XIIII] / g(eminae) M(artiae) V(ictricis) an(norum) XXIV / stip(endiorum) IIII h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD055855 (Germania superior)

M(arcus) Aurelius / M(arci) f(ilius) Camilia / Mete(l)lus Alba / mil(es) leg(ionis) IIII / Mac(edonicae) an(norum) XXX / stip(endiorum) X h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD055678 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Cassi/us C(ai) f(ilius) Cla(udia) / Longinus / Sav(aria) mil(es) leg(ionis) / I adi(utricis) an(norum) XXX / stip(endiorum) X h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD055677 (Germania superior)

Q(uintus) [A]tt[ius] / [Q(uinti) f(ilius)] Tr[o(mentina)] Ru/f[us Aequ(o)] / mi[l(es) leg(ionis) I] / a[di(utricis)] an(norum) XXX / [st]ip(endiorum) [I]X [h(ic)] s(itus) / [e(st) h(eres)] f(aciendum) [c(uravit)]

HD055289 (Germania superior)

[I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) Iun(oni) Reg(inae) ceteris]/[que dis de]abu[sque om]/[nibus pro] salute a[c incolu]/[mitat]e et victor[ia Imp(eratoris) d(omini) n(ostri)] / [M(arci) Ant(oni) G]ordiani Pii [Felicis] / [Aug(usti) et S]abiniae Tranqu[illinae] / [totiusq(ue)] d(omus) d(ivinae) eorum [---] / [---i]us L(uci) f(ilius) Fab(ia) Annian[us ---] / [Xvir stli]tibus iudicandi[s trib(unus) leg(ionis)] / [X et XIIII ge]min(arum) Gordianarum in [quo ho]/[nore vi]c(es) leg(ati) sustinuit q(uaestor) pr(ovinciae) S[icil(iae) per?] / [senten?]tiam c(urae?) c(ensus?) civit(atium) adm(inistrandae?) Li[lybitan(orum)] / [---an(orum)] Haliq(uensium) et Chalitano[r(um) trib(unus)] / [pl(ebis) se]vir turm(ae) I eq(uitum) [Rom(anorum)] ad[l(ectus) int(er) pr(aetorios)] / [po?nt(ifex?) pr]aef(ectus) fr(umenti) dan[d(i) pl]eb(i) Ro[m(anae) cur(ator)?] / [---nt(ium?) et] missus adv(ersus) hh(ostes) pp(ublicos) in re[g(ionem) Tra]/[nspad(anam) ti]r(onibus) legend(is) et arm(is) fabr(icandis) in / [Mediol(ano)] iurid(icus) per Calabriam / [Luc]an(iam) et Bruttios leg(atus) leg(ionis) XXI[I] / [Pri]mig(eniae) p(iae) f(idelis) Gordianae vo/tum solvit Kal(endis) Iu[l(iis)] // [Atti]co et Praetextato co(n)s(ulibus)

HD052195 (Raetia)

Bibite amici

HD051710 (Raetia)

C(aius) S(tertinius?) P(aullinus?)

HD047872 (Raetia)

Gar(um) / exc(ellens) / T(iti?) [---]

HD047871 (Raetia)

Co(r)d(ula) arg(uta) ve(tus) / penu(arium) / excell(ens) / sum(aur) / LXX / Proculi et Urbici // [Domes]tic[i] / MM XII X[L]

HD047870 (Raetia)

Lacc(atum) / [------] / excell(ens) / [--] Victorini(?)

HD047869 (Raetia)

L(uci) V[--]P[-]I(?) // CCXIIIII // [Orfito et? Pr]isco co(n)s(ulibus) / [&

HD046239 (Raetia)

Senuatus f(ecit) VII

HD036459 (Germania superior)

$] L(ucius)(?) Sexti/onius Ter/pn(us) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD036453 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / sacrum / Candidius / Quartus / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD030030 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Atilius C(ai) f(ilius) / mil(es) leg(ionis) XVI stip(endiorum) / XIIII Scruttari / h(ic) s(itus) e(st) M(arcus) Annius / Marcellus heres / faciundum cura(vit)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F022972

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06825.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 223-224, Nr. 111; Tafel 82, 111.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD020946 (Germania superior)

Nunadus / Sacri f(ilius) Runi/cas miles ex / c(o)ho(rte) Raet(orum) et / Vindelico(rum) / anno(rum) XXXIIII / stip(endiorum) XI h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / hered<e>s / |(centuriones) Rufus / et Munni(u)s(?)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F017132

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; AE: 1965, 0255.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, BRGK 58, 1977, 491, Nr. 61; W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 222, Nr. 109; Tafel 81, 109.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD018355 (Germania superior)

M(arcus) Laetorius / M(arci) f(ilius) Publ(ilia) / Firmus / Verona mil(es) / leg(ionis) XIIII g(eminae) M(artiae) v(ictricis) / an(norum) XXXV / stip(endiorum) X h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / t(estamento) f(ieri) i(ussit) h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F017081

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; AE: 1940, 0114.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 217, Nr. 104; Tafel 77, 104; H. Nesselhauf, BRGK 27, 1937, 86, Nr. 114a.

F015565

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; AE: 1910, 0210; 1923, p. 32 s. n. 103.; CIL: 13, 11857.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 226, Nr. 114; Tafel 83; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 136, Nr. 47; Foto.

F015564

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; AE: 1910, 0210; 1923, p. 32 s. n. 103.; CIL: 13, 11857.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 226, Nr. 114; Tafel 83; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 136, Nr. 47; Foto.

F015181

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06896.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 222-223, Nr. 110; Tafel 81, 110; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 130, Nr. 35; Foto.

F015180

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06894.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 225-226, Nr. 113; Tafel 82, 113.

F015144

Mogontiacum / Mainz, Bretzenheim ; CIL: 13, 06855.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 219-220, Nr. 106; Tafel 79, 106.

F015121

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06829.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 221-222, Nr. 108; Tafel 79, 108; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 113, Nr. 1; Foto.

F015120

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06828.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 224-225, Nr. 112; Tafel 82, 112.

F014657

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 07045.; other literature: W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 151, Nr. 77; Foto; W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 218-219, Nr. 105; Tafel 78.

F004721

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06825.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 223-224, Nr. 111; Tafel 82, 111.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B011323

Körber, K.: Mainz. Neue römische Inschriften.

B009696

Cichorius, C.: Römische Studien. Historisches, Epigraphisches, Literargeschichtliches aus vier Jahrhunderten Roms.

November 22, 2017

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

LIN-5EC33A COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of an unknown 4th century emperor dated to AD 312-13 (Reece period 15). [MARTI CONSERVATORI] reverse type depicting Mars standing right with spear and shield. Mint unknown.Overall dimensions: 20mm in diameter and 3.16g in weight.

LIN-5EAAC1 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Constantine I dated to AD 312 (Reece period 15). [SOL INVICTO COMITI] reverse type depicting Sol standing left. Mint unknown.Overall dimensions: 23mm in diameter and 4.82g in weight.

LIN-5E979D COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of an unknown 4th century emperor dated to AD 312 (Reece period 15). [SOL - ] reverse type depicting Sol standing left. Mint unknown.Overall dimensions: 25mm in diameter and 5.53g in weight.

LIN-5E897D COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Constantine I dated to AD 312 (Reece period 15). SOL INVIC-TO COMITI reverse type depicting Sol standing left. Mint unknown.Overall dimensions: 23mm in diameter and 3.16g in weight.

LIN-5E7317 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Constantine I dated to AD 312 (Reece period 15). SOL INVICTO COMITI reverse type depicting Sol standing left. Mint of London. RIC vol. VI no. 120-7.Overall dimensions: 22mm in diameter and 3.74g in weight.

LIN-5E5979 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Constantine I dated to AD 312-13 (Reece period 15). PRINCIPI IV-VENTVTIS reverse type depicting Prince standing facing head right, in military dress, cloak hanging behind, holding transverse spear and globe. Mint of London. RIC vol. VI no. 266.Overall dimensions: 21mm in diameter and 3.49g in weight.

LIN-5E223D COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Licinius dated to AD 317-20 (Reece period 16). IOVI CONS-ERVATORI AVGG reverse type depicting Jupiter standing left, chlamys across left shoulder, holding sceptre and Victory on globe. Mint of Cyzicus. RIC vol. VII no. 9.Overall dimensions: 2.73g in weight.

Chronique des fouilles en ligne / Archaeology in Greece Online

DÉLOS. - Hippodrome- 2016

À Délos, A. Chabrol (EfA), J.-C. Moretti (CNRS, IRAA, Université Lyon 2) et L. Fadin (EfA) ont mené en 2016 une mission géomorphologique dans le secteur entre les Palestres et le sanctuaire Anios, afin de caractériser la piste de l’ancien hippodrome de Délos. Huit carottages, alignés selon cinq transects principaux, ont été effectués afin de compléter l’étude de l’hippodrome, qui s'était concentrée en 2015 sur l’étude architecturale du long mur de soutènement formé de grands blocs de granit qui limite la piste sur son flanc Ouest. Les huit forages se situent tous à l’Est du mur de soutènement Ouest, entre le mur et l’Archégésion (fig. 1). Le contexte lithologique local est constitué du classique binôme socle cristallin/poros d’origine sédimentaire. La zone d’étude, relativement plane, n’est entrecoupée que par de bas murs de pierre sèche, délimitant vraisemblablement d’anciens champs agricoles. Des forages préliminaires ont été effectués à la tarière à main afin de sonder le sol et de définir les endroits les plus propices aux carottages profonds.
Les carottes ont été ouvertes dans le laboratoire de restauration de l’Ecole française d’Athènes, sous atmosphère protégée, à l’aide d’une disqueuse Dremel (fig. 2). Plusieurs grandes unités stratigraphiques apparaissent de manière cohérente dans les forages : la roche ou le sol naturel, une couche de remblai, une couche de sédiments pulvérulents, interprétée comme les restes de la piste de course, puis un niveau de terre végétale. D’un point de vue géomorphologique et topographique général, on sait maintenant que toute cette zone « plane » a en réalité été artificiellement créée, par l’ajout de remblais successifs (piste y compris) qui ont pu atteindre parfois quatre mètres, et dont l’épaisseur totale reste inconnue (fig. 3-5). La zone de l’hippodrome aurait donc été entièrement construite, ce qui a dû être un travail considérable, et explique la présence d’un mur de soutènement à l’Ouest. Concernant l’hippodrome en lui-même, les indices stratigraphiques sont encourageants. Un niveau semble clairement s’individualiser dans la majorité des carottages : celui qui présente des limons blancs/beiges pulvérulents et stériles, qui pourraient très bien être considérés comme les lambeaux de cette piste. Celle-ci devait certainement être entretenue en fonction des compétitions, de manière à rendre le spectacle plus impressionnant ou à faciliter la course des chevaux en proposant un sol vierge de toutes aspérités et cailloutis. Toutes ces hypothèses préliminaires seront discutées et vérifiées en laboratoire.

DESPOTIKO. - Mandra- 2011

La fouille du sanctuaire de Mandra, sur l’îlot de Despotiko, s’est poursuivie en 2011 (fig. 1-2).

Dans le secteur du complexe Sud, des sondages ont été effectués au niveau des bâtiments Θ et I, où des constructions postbyzantines avaient été fouillées les années précédentes (voir Chronique n. 1958). La fouille des niveaux archaïques, sous les murs tardifs, a permis de mettre en évidence le plan du bâtiment Θ : il s’agit d’un édifice carré, construit dans la seconde moitié du VIe s. av. J.-C., dont les murs conservés jusqu’à une hauteur de 1,50 m délimitent deux pièces qui ne communiquent pas entre elles. La pièce Nord (Θ1) s’ouvre vers l’Est, tandis que la pièce Sud (Θ2) s’ouvre vers le Sud. À la fin du VIe s. av. J.-C., est ajoutée la pièce Θ3, équipée de canalisations, d’un sol dallé, d’une baignoire en marbre et d’un grand pithos : cette pièce a été identifiée avec les bains du sanctuaire.
À un niveau inférieur par rapport aux murs du bâtiment I et à ceux des bains, six murs plus anciens ont été mis au jour. Ils délimitent trois nouvelles pièces qui s’étendent sous les pièces orientales du complexe Sud : leur découverte atteste le fonctionnement d’un autre édifice lors de la première phase du sanctuaire (première moitié du VIe s. av. J.-C.), antérieur au bâtiment I et aux bains. Celui-ci est détruit et remplacé par le complexe Sud pour la construction duquel ont été utilisé des matériaux de remploi, notamment les parties inférieures des deux kouroi archaïques datés de 530-520 av. J.-C. (fig. 3)

Les recherches se sont poursuivies dans le bâtiment E et dans l’édifice en forme de temple, au Nord-Est du péribole sacré du sanctuaire. L’étude détaillée des murs et les sondages au Sud de ceux-ci ont montré que le petit temple qui comportait un sékos et un adyton, avait également un vestibule avec un sol dallé, flanqué de deux pièces de chaque côté et accessible par un grand seuil en schiste (fig. 4-5). Le seuil était fixé sur un fragment de torse de kouros archaïque en remploi : il était placé tête-bêche (fig. 6) et sa surface inférieure, taillée à la pointe, portait deux trous de crapaudine remplis de plomb (exactement comme les kouroi du bâtiment I, découverts en 2005, voir Chronique n. 551). Sa face arrière (le dos de la statue) était également retaillée pour mieux s’ajuster à la dalle du seuil. Le buste est conservé de la base du cou à la taille et les bras sont cassés au niveau des épaules ; seule la main gauche, très abîmée, est conservée, repliée sur le devant du torse (fig. 7). Ce type de kouros, avec le bras gauche sur le devant du torse, est caractéristique des ateliers de sculpture pariens du dernier quart du VIe s. av. J.-C. Il s’agit du troisième exemplaire de cette catégorie de kouroi (les deux autres sont conservés au musée de Paros et à la Glyptothèque Ny Carlsberg de Copenhague) et il suggère une identité parienne du sanctuaire. Ce fragment est jointif à un fragment de la partie inférieure d’un kouros qui avait été découvert dans le bâtiment I en 2005 et dont le bras gauche était plié devant le torse (fig. 8). On peut par ailleurs lui attribuer la tête de kouros découverte en 2010. Le petit temple a donc été construit à l’époque archaïque tardive, après la destruction violente des kouroi archaïques.

Un sondage en avant du stylobate de la colonnade, devant les pièces cultuelles A1 et A2, a révélé ses puissantes fondations en blocs de gneiss (fig. 9-10). D’une longueur de 17 m, il est construit autour de 500 av. J.-C. pour soutenir sept colonnes d’une hauteur de 3,80 m ainsi que l’entablement de l’édifice.
Un segment de mur plus ancien construit en assises de marbre a été découvert au Nord-Est du stylobate et sous l’autel d’Estia Isthmia. Au même niveau que les fondations du stylobate du bâtiment A, deux fragments de la jambe gauche allant du talon au mollet d’un kouros archaïque de grandeur nature ont été trouvés : leur étude a révélé qu’ils appartiennent à un fragment de cuisse de kouros qui avait été découvert en 2005 dans le secteur du bâtiment Δ (fig. 11-12). À côté de ces fragments, la fouille a mis au jour une plinthe de kouros archaïque de taille inférieure sur laquelle sont conservés trois orteils du pied droit.
Sous le dallage du portique, en avant des pièces A3-A4-A5, un sondage a permis de mettre au jour un dépôt rituel daté du début de l’époque archaïque.

Au niveau de la porte Nord, six phases de construction ont pu être observées. Dans la couche la plus profonde, deux crapaudines pour une porte à double battant de la première phase de construction de cette ouverture ont été découvertes : on peut en conclure que la porte Nord a dû être la première entrée principale du sanctuaire, en 500 av. J.-C.
Enfin, la découverte d’un grand nombre de tessons de céramique peinte archaïque et géométrique atteste l’occupation du sanctuaire dès l’époque géométrique.

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LIN-5B1D1C COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Constantine I dated to AD 313-14 (Reece period 15). SOL INVIC-TO COMITI reverse type depicting Sol standing left. Mint of London. RIC vol. VII no. 10. Overall dimensions: 19mm in diameter and 1.98g in weight.

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LIN-5B0AC5 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Constantine I dated to AD 306-337 (Reece period 15). [SOL - ] reverse type depicting Sol standing left. Mint unknown.Overall dimensions: 17mm in diameter and 2.93g in weight.

LIN-5AFC61 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Constantine I dated to AD 314-15 (Reece period 15). SOL INV[ reverse type depicting Sol standing left. Mint of Lyons.Overall dimensions: 18mm in diameter and 3.27g in weight.

LIN-5AA928 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Constantine I dated to AD 306-337 (Reece period 15). SOL INVIC-TO COMITI reverse type depicting Sol standing left. Mint unknown.Overall dimensions: 19mm in diameter and 2.95g in weight.

LIN-5AEF07 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Constantine I dated to AD 306-337 (Reece period 15). [SOL INVICTO COMITI] reverse type depicting Sol standing left. Mint unknown.Overall dimensions: 19mm in diameter and 2.24g in weight.

SOM-5AC077 COIN MEDIEVAL

A fragment of a Medieval Silver groat of Edward III (AD 1327-1377), dating to AD 1351-1352. Fourth Coinage, pre-treaty series B or C. London mint. North (1991: 49-50) nos. 1142 or 1147.

LIN-5AC6CF COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Constantine I dated to AD 306-337 (Reece period 15). SOL INVIC-TO COMITI reverse type depicting Sol standing left. Mint unknown.Overall dimensions: 18mm in diameter and 3.1g in weight.

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LIN-5A9631 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Licinius dated to AD 314-15 (Reece period 15). GENIO-POP ROM reverse type depicting Genius standing left with modus. Mint of London. RIC vol. VII no. 23.Overall dimensions: 20mm in diameter and 1.97g in weight.

SOM-5A872A COIN MEDIEVAL

A Medieval silver penny of Edward II (AD 1307-1327), probably dating to AD 1312-1314. Class 13, Durham mint. North (1991: 37) no. 1064.

BM-5A9058 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of Helena (AD 324-341), dating to the period AD 337-340 (Reece period 17). PA-X PV-BLICA reverse type depicting Pax standing left holding branch and transverse sceptre. Uncertain mint.

LIN-5A7CCD COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy nummus of Constantine I dated to AD 310 (Reece period 15). SOL INVI-CTO COMITI reverse type depicting Sol standing left. Mint of London. RIC vol. VI no. 124.Overall dimensions: 24mm in diameter and 2.79g in weight.

BM-5A7D57 COIN ROMAN

Four very worn copper-alloy Roman nummi of the House of Constantine, dating to the period AD 335-341 (Reece period 17). GLOR-IA EXER-CITVS reverse type depicting Two soldiers standing either side of one standard. Uncertain mints. They measure between 14-15mm in diameter, with a combined weight of 4.62g.

BM-5A70BF COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of Constantine II (AD 317-340), dating to the period AD 336 (Reece period 17). GLOR-IA EXER-CITVS reverse type depicting Two soldiers standing either side of one standard. Mint of Lyon. As RIC VII, p. 141, no. 281.

LIN-5A58B9 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy follis of Diocletian dated to AD 296-7 (Reece period 15). GENIO POPV - LI POP ROMANI reverse type depicting Genius left, modus on head and naked but for chlamys over left shoulder, holding patera and cornucopiae. Mint of Trier. RIC vol. VI no. 181.Overall dimensions: 27mm in diameter and 7.24g in weight.

BM-5A5878 COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to the period AD 337-340 (Reece period 17). GLOR-IA EXER-CITVS reverse type depicting Two soldiers standing either side of one standard. Mint of Trier. Cf. RIC VIII, p. 144, nos. 83, 85.

LIN-5A4397 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy barbarous radiate imitating Divus Claudius dated to AD 275-85 (Reece period 14). CONSECRATIO reverse type depicting altar. Mint unknown. Cunetio 2873.Overall dimensions: not recorded.

LIN-5A3573 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy barbarous radiate imitating Divus Claudius dated to AD 275-85 (Reece period 14). CONSECRATIO reverse type depicting altar. Mint unknown. Cunetio 2873.Overall dimensions: 17mm in diameter and 1.99g in weight.

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LIN-5A2A97 COIN ROMAN

A Roman copper alloy barbarous radiate imitating Divus Claudius dated to AD 275-85 (Reece period 14). CONSECRATIO reverse type depicting altar. Mint unknown. Cunetio 2873.Overall dimensions: 18mm in diameter and 2.53g in weight.

BM-5A27DB COIN ROMAN

A very worn copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to the period AD 330-340 (Reece period 17). [GLOR-IA EXERC-ITVS] reverse type depicting Two soldiers standing either side of two standards. Uncertain mint.

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A very worn, incomplete copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine, dating to the period AD 330-340 (Reece period 17). [GLOR-IA EXERC-ITVS] reverse type depicting Two soldiers standing either side of two standards. Uncertain mint.

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D(is) [M(anibus)] / Tetto [---] / et Sex[tus? ---?] / [&

HD036604 (Germania superior)

$] // [Iu]noni // Reg(inae) // [---]a ex // voto in suo // [&

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Merc(urio) / Aquima/nus Taci/tinius / Sanuilli/us / v(otum) s(olverunt) l(ibentes) l(aeti) m(erito)

HD036508 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Mogetio / M<e>ddill(i) f(ilio) / c(ivi) Mediomatr(ico) / an(norum) LXX f(ilius) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD036505 (Germania superior)

Deo Sol(i) / Vita<l>ius / Severus / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD036504 (Germania superior)

Deo Invic/to L(ucius) Vitur(ius) / Quintus / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD036502 (Germania superior)

Coh(ors) II Cyr(enaica)

HD036495 (Germania superior)

$?] / M(arco) Mario / Apollinar[i] / domo / Hascal(one) / [&

HD036492 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / aram et co/lumnam / pro se et s[uis] / C(aius) Vereius C[l]/emens miles / leg(ionis) VIII Aug(ustae) / b(ene)f(iciarius) co(n)s(ularis) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD036482 (Germania superior)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) / G(aio) Messio / Quinto / Troiano(!) / Decio P(io) F(elici) / Invicto Aug(usto) / p(ontifici) m(aximo) t(ribunicia) p(otestate) p(atri) p(atriae) proco(n)s(uli) / c(ivitas) S(ueborum) N(icrensium) l(eugas) IIII

HD036474 (Germania superior)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) / Marco / Aurelio / Severo / [[A]]l[[e]]xa[[n]]dro / Pio Felici / Aug(usto) / c(ivitas) S(ueborum) N(icrensium) / a Lop(oduno) l(eugas) IIII

HD036471 (Germania superior)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) / divi Severi nepoti / divi Antonini / Magni filio Marco / Aur(elio) [[[A]ntonino]] Pio / Felici Aug(usto) pontifici / max(imo) tri(bunicia) potest(ate) iter(um) / co(n)s(uli) III p(atri) p(atriae) proco(n)s(uli) / c(ivitas) U(lpia) S(ueborum) N(icrensium) devotissima / pos(u)it a Lop(oduno) l(eugas) IIII

HD036468 (Germania superior)

Dis M(anibus) / Volcio Mer/catori an(norum) XXXX / Luteia Caranti / con(iugi) pien(tissimo) pos(uit)

HD036467 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Vigellius Nonni an(norum) / XVII Iulio Tertio et Cal(l)i(a)e(?) / coniugi su(a)e Nonnus Bland(i) / faciend(um) c(uravit) filio et su(a)e c(oniugi) pi(i)ss(imae) / d(e) s(ua) p(ecunia)

HD036464 (Germania superior)

$?] / [---]us v(otum) s(olvit) [l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)]

HD036463 (Germania superior)

$] / Secundus / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD036462 (Germania superior)

Mercurio / Cimbrio [---] / [------] / [---]itu[---] / [v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)?]

HD036458 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) // Neptuno / (a)edem cum / signo Val(erius) / Paternus / arc(hitectus) et Aeli/us Macer ex / voto pos(uerunt)

HD036456 (Germania superior)

Mercurio / M(arcus) Lusius Vica/rius et Mess[o]/rius Perpetu/us et Val(erius) Mar/us / l(ibentes) p(osuerunt)

HD036398 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Quintius / Ursus / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD031875 (Germania superior)

D(is) // M(anibus) // Pacu(s) Berv//i fratribu//s monime//ntum pos(u)it // Secundo B//ervi et Mas//uetinc(a)e con//iugi et Mat//tio et P<l>aci//di(a)e neptiae // fi<l>i(a)e S<e>cu//ndi // d(e) s(ua) // p(ecunia) // Ungario // locum ded//it

HD031872 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Respecto Be/ri an(norum) XXIII c(ivi) S(uebo) N(icrensi) exp/loratori Can/didus Beri frat(er) proc(uravit)

HD027718 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) deo Mercu/rio Cimbriano ae/dem cum signo / Tettius Perpetu/ius Carus v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD024403 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / et Iunon[i] / Regi[nae] / [&

HD023922 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) // Suationia Iustina Resti//[tuti f(ilia) v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)](?)

HD023910 (Germania superior)

[I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo)](?) Ursus // [&?

HD023825 (Raetia)

[Imp(eratori) Tito Caesari divi Vespasi]/[a]ni f(ilio) Vespasia[no Aug(usto) pontifici maximo] / trib(unicia) pot(estate) VIIII imp(eratori) [XV co(n)s(uli) VIII p(atri) p(atriae) censori et] / Caesare(!) divi Ves[pasiani f(ilio) Domitiano co(n)s(uli) VII] / collegioru[m omnium sacerdoti ---?] / [& // $] / [---? imp(eratori)] XV co(n)s(uli) VIII p(atri) p(atriae) censor[i] / [et Caesari divi V]espasiani f(ilio) [[Domi]]/[tiano co(n)s(uli) VII co]llegior(um) omnium / [sacerdoti pr]oc(urante) C(aio) Saturio / [&

HD020952 (Germania superior)

$]/ili f(ilius) d(omo) T(?)O(?)[---] / an(n)oru[m ---] / eques d(?)[uplica?]/rius ala(e) [Ind?]/iana(e) I(?)[---] / [&

HD020624 (Germania superior)

$] / Ostiariu(s) S[t]/ellatinianu(s) / quem Q(uintus) Vei(---) V[e]/tus co(n)s(ularis) pro / sua benevo/lentia et su[l]/licitudin[e](!) / prob(avit) com/militon[i]/b(us) German(icianorum) / num(eri) fec(it) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito) / VII K(alendas) Marti[as] / Fusco et De[x]/tro co(n)[s(ulibus)]

HD018349 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Helvius / C(ai) f(ilius) Vol(tinia) Sab/inus Viana / mil(es) leg(ionis) IIII / Mac(edonicae) an(norum) XXX s/tip(endiorum) X h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD016389 (Africa Proconsularis)

Iunoni Liviae Augusti sacrum / L(ucio) Passieno Rufo imperatore / Africam obtinente / Cn(aeus) Cornelius Cn(aei) f(ilius) Cor(nelia) Rufus / et Maria C(ai) f(ilia) Galla Cn(aei) / conservati / vota l(ibentes) m(erito) solvont(!)

HD016201 (Raetia)

Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) Luc(io)(!) Aur(elio) Antoni(n)o / Aug(usto) [[Commodo]] Armen(iaco)(!) Parth(ico)(!) / Germ(a)n(ico) Sarm(atico) trib(unicia) pot(estate) VI co(nsuli) III p(atri) p(atriae) / Spicio Ceriale leg(ato) Aug(usti) pr(o) pr(aetore) vex(illarii) / leg(ionis) III Ital(icae) vallum fece(runt) c(uram) a(gente) Iul(io) / Iul(l)ino(?) c(enturione) leg(ionis) III Ital(icae) item portas cum / turrib(us) IIII perfec(tas) ab Ael(io) Forte c(enturione) / leg(ionis) III Ital(icae) praep(osito) c[o]h(ortis) I Br(eucorum) Imp(eratore) III Bur[ro co(n)s(ulibus)]

HD011586 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Silvano Co/ns(ervatori) Dianae / Aug(ustae) v<e>xill(atio) [le]g(ionis) / XXII Ant(oninianae) P[r(imigeniae) p(iae) f(idelis)] / ag(entium in) lignar(iis) sub / cur(a) Mamertin(i) / Iusti opt(ionis) d(edicavit?) II Aspr(is) // co(n)s(ulibus)

HD006086 (Germania superior)

Antiochus / Antiochi f(ilius) / Parthus Anaz/arbaeus eques / ala(e) Parthorum / et Araborum evo/catus triplicarius / stip(endiorum) X donis don/atus Belesippus / frater posuit

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F026093

Klingenberg/Main, Trennfurt ; AE: 1899, 0194; 2010, 1081.; CIL: 13, 06618.; other literature: M. Mattern, Römische Steindenkmäler aus Hessen südlich des Mains sowie vom bayerischen Teil des Mainlimes (Mainz 2005) 128, Nr. 206; Tafel 76, 206.

F023243

Klingenberg/Main, Trennfurt ; AE: 1899, 0194; 2010, 1081.; CIL: 13, 06618.; other literature: M. Mattern, Römische Steindenkmäler aus Hessen südlich des Mains sowie vom bayerischen Teil des Mainlimes (Mainz 2005) 128, Nr. 206; Tafel 76, 206.

F023242

Klingenberg/Main, Trennfurt ; AE: 1899, 0194; 2010, 1081.; CIL: 13, 06618.; other literature: M. Mattern, Römische Steindenkmäler aus Hessen südlich des Mains sowie vom bayerischen Teil des Mainlimes (Mainz 2005) 128, Nr. 206; Tafel 76, 206.

F017173

Mogontiacum / Mainz, Weisenau ; AE: 1976, 0495; 1979, 0429.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, BRGK 58, 1977, 507-508, Nr. 99; W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 215-216, Nr. 102; Tafel 76; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 159, Nr. 93; Foto.

F017172

Mogontiacum / Mainz, Weisenau ; AE: 1976, 0495; 1979, 0429.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, BRGK 58, 1977, 507-508, Nr. 99; W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 215-216, Nr. 102; Tafel 76; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 159, Nr. 93; Foto.

F017135

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; AE: 1965, 0253.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, BRGK 58, 1977, 492, Nr. 64; W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 210, Nr. 96; Tafel 73, 96.

F017078

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; AE: 1940, 0116.; other literature: H. Nesselhauf, BRGK 27, 1937, 85, Nr. 112; G. Behrens, MZ 33, 1938, 32, Nr. 5; Abb. 5 (Zeichnung).

F015441

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06988.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 237-238, Nr. 127; Tafel 92, 127.

F015392

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06973.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung (Mainz 1992) 252-253, Nr. 147; Taf. 104, 147.

F015390

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06967.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 252, Nr. 146; Tafel 103.

F015387

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06964.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 207-208, Nr. 93; Tafel 72, 93.

F015162

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06875.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 210-211, Nr. 97; Tafel 74, 97.

F015161

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06875.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 210-211, Nr. 97; Tafel 74, 97.

F015158

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06870.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 214-215, Nr. 101; Tafel 75, 101; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 120, Nr. 14; Foto.

F015157

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06869.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 213-214, Nr. 100; Tafel 75, 100; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 118, Nr. 10; Foto.

F015156

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06868.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 212-213, Nr. 99; Tafel 75, 99; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 119, Nr. 13; Foto.

F015145

Mogontiacum, bei / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06857.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 207-210, Nr. 95; Tafel 73, 95; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 121, Nr. 17; Foto.

F012754

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06870.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 214-215, Nr. 101; Tafel 75, 101; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 120, Nr. 14; Foto.

F012443

Heidelberg ; CIL: 13, 06396; other literature: RSO 129

F012442

Leimen ; CIL: 13, 06394.

F003342

Mogontiacum / Mainz ; CIL: 13, 06870.; other literature: W. Boppert, Militärische Grabdenkmäler aus Mainz und Umgebung, CSIR Deutschland 2, 5 (Mainz 1992) 214-215, Nr. 101; Tafel 75, 101; W. Selzer, Römische Steindenkmäler. Mainz in römischer Zeit. Katalog zur Sammlung in der Steinhalle (Mainz 1988) 120, Nr. 14; Foto.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD075439 (Germania superior)

M(arcus) Terentius M(arci) f(ilius) / V(o)lt(inia) Tertius Deci/[--- mil(es)?] leg(ionis) XXII Pr(imigeniae) / ann(orum) XXXIII sti(pendiorum) XIII / h(ic) s(itus) e(st)

HD075100 (Germania superior)

[---]ii decurioni[s?]

HD073294 (Germania superior)

G(---) A(---) M(---)

HD073293 (Germania superior)

A(la?) S(cubulorum?)

HD073125 (Germania superior)

(I)ngenui gub(e)rnato(ris)

HD065197 (Raetia)

$]M(?)[& // $]M(?)[& // $]N[&

HD063778 (Raetia)

Dd(omini) / nn(ostri)

HD062704 (Raetia)

L(egio) XII

HD062703 (Raetia)

L(egio) III

HD060746 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / pro perpetua in/columitate Imp(eratoris) / negotiatores c(ivitatis) Ma/[t]t(iacorum) schol(am) d(e) s(uo) f(ecerunt) duob(us) Aspr(is consulibus)

HD060033 (Raetia)

$] / [--- Anton]in[o Pio Felici] / [Aug(usto)] Part[hico max(imo) Brit(annico)] / m[ax(imo) po]nt(ifici) m[ax(imo) trib(unicia) pot(estate) XV] / im[p(eratori) II co(n)s(uli) II]I [des(ignato) IIII p(atri) p(atriae) sa]/crat(issimo) [a]c fe[l(icisimo) princ(ipi) coh(ors) III Brit(annorum)] / [A]nton(iniana) eq(u)i[tata ---]

HD058814 (Raetia)

Imp(eratori) Caesari divi / Hadriani fil(io) divi Tr(aiani) / nepo(ti) Tito Ael(io) Hadri/ano Antonino Aug(usto) / Pio pontif(ici) maximo / p(atri) p(atriae) consul(i) III tribun(icia) / pot(estate) IIII ala I singular(ium) / p(ia) f(idelis) c(ivium) R(omanorum)

HD058760 (Raetia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Rida[t]us vet(eranus) / co(ho?)r(tis?) [I?] V[i]n(delicorum?) v(ixit) a(nnos) LXXXX / Matron(a)e con(iugi) / Ri[d]ati f(iliae) [---] / [h(ic)] e(st) [s(itus)]

HD058647 (Raetia)

D(is) M(anibus) et / perpetuae securitati / ob memoriae(!) / Pusinti et / Victorinae socris / et Pusinnae / coniugi dulcis/simae [---]CTVS / [------](?)

HD058497 (Raetia)

Helvius Modestinus / consa(cravit) Corrodu // donum / dedit

HD058493 (Raetia)

Deo Volkano / Iul(ius) Marcia/nus ex voto / v(otum) r(eddidit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD058373 (Raetia)

In Chr(ist)i n(o)m(en?) // Hic sub ista labide(!) / marmorea / quem Vector(!) ver(!) in/luster pr(a)eses / ordinabit(!) venire / de Venostes [[---]] / hic requiescet(!) / dom(i)nus / [[[------]]] / [[[------]]] / [[[------]]] / [[[------]]]

HD058249 (Germania superior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Mes(---) Iblionis / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B015672

Hartmann, A.: Ein Berber im römischen Bayern? Eine Neulesung zu CIL 03, 05905 = 11906 (IBR 255/CSIR 1 1, 504).

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD057907 (Raetia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Iuli(o) Val/[e]ntiano / [vix(it)] ann(os) / [&

HD057679 (Raetia)

Namio f(ecit) // Namio f(ecit)

HD056198 (Germania superior)

[---] XXII Pri(migenia) // [---A?]tius / [&

HD056193 (Germania superior)

T(itus) Vibius T(iti) f(ilius) / Pol(lia) Opta/tus Epor/edia mil(es) / leg(ionis) XXII Pr(imigeniae) / an(norum) XXXI stip(endiorum) / XI h(ic) s(itus) e(st) h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD056191 (Germania superior)

Sex(tus) Valerius / Sex(ti) f(ilius) Vol(tinia) S(e)ve/rus Luc(o) Aug(usti) / mil(es) leg(ionis) XXII / Pr(imigeniae) an(norum) XL sti(pendiorum) / XIX h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD056188 (Germania superior)

M(arcus) Sulpici/us M(arci) f(ilius) Sab/ati(na) Vale(n)s / Mantua mil(es) / leg(ionis) XXII Pr(imigeniae) / an(norum) L stip(endiorum) XXV / h(ic) s(itus) e(st)

HD056185 (Germania superior)

M(arcus) Novellius / M(arci) f(ilius) Ouf(entina) Rom(anus) / Mediolani / mil(es) leg(ionis) XXII Pr(imigeniae) / an(norum) XXXIII sti(pendiorum) / XIII h(ic) s(itus) e(st) ex t(estamento) / t(itulum) f(ieri) i(ussit) h(eres) f(aciendum) cu(ravit)

HD056184 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Matteius / C(ai) f(ilius) Lemon(ia) / Priscus / Bono(nia) mil(es) / leg(ionis) XXII / Pri(migeniae) ann(orum) / XXXIII sti(pendiorum) / XIII h(ic) s(itus) e(st)

HD056182 (Germania superior)

M(arcus) Cornelius / M(arci) f(ilius) Voltinia / Optatus Aquis / Sexti(i)s miles leg(ionis) / XXII Primigenia(e) / |(centuria) Q(uinti) Stati Proxumi / aeroru(m) XI test/amento f(ieri) iuss(it)

HD056179 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Annius / C(ai) f(ilius) Ani(ensi) / Salutus / Vercellis / mil(es) leg(ionis) XXII / Pri(migeniae) an(norum) XXXIII / sti(pendiorum) XI h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B015671

Gnade, B.: Das römische Kastell Böhming am Raetischen Limes.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD056023 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Allius C(ai) f(ilius) / Anie(n)s(is) Crem/ona mil(es) leg(ionis) / XIIII gem(inae) annor(um) / XXX stip(endiorum) XV hi(c) s(itus) e(st) / frater ob / pietat(em)

HD055933 (Germania superior)

C(aius) Valerius / L(uci) f(ilius) Poll(ia) Te/rtius Has/ta mil(es) leg(ionis) / IIII Mac(edonicae) an(norum) / XXX stip(endiorum) X / h(ic) s(itus) e(st) h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD055930 (Germania superior)

G(aius) Minicius G(ai) f(ilius) / Stel(l)atina Asper / Augu<s>ta Taurin/oru(m) mil(es) leg(ionis) / IIII Ma<c>(edonicae) ann(orum) VL / stip(endiorum) XXV h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / frater de suo

HD055929 (Germania superior)

M(arcus) Lutatius / M(arci) f(ilius) Ser(gia) / Albanus / dom(o) Cor(finio) / mil(es) leg(ionis) IIII / Mac(edonicae) / annor(um) XL stip(endiorum) XX / Ventilator h(eres) fecit

HD055928 (Germania superior)

L(ucius) Lictavius(?) / L(uci) f(ilius) An(iensis) Veru/s Foro Iuli / mil(es) leg(ionis) IIII / Mac(edonicae) an(norum) XXVI / stip(endiorum) VIII / h(ic) s(itus) e(st)

HD055927 (Germania superior)

G(aius) Iulius G(ai) / f(ilius) Vol(tinia) Prisc/us Tol(osa) mile(s)(!) / leg(ionis) IIII Mac(edonicae) / an(norum) XXX / sti(pendiorum) X h(ic) s(itus) es(t) tes(amento) / f(ieri) i(ussit) h(eres) f(aciendum) c(uravit)

HD055856 (Germania superior)

Have Cae/cili C(aius) Cae/cilius C(ai) f(ilius) / Pup(inia) Parra / dom(o) Bae(terris) / mil(es) leg(ionis) IIII / Mac(edonicae) |(centuria) Q(uinti) Aem/ili an(norum) XIIX / st(ipendiorum) II h(ic) s(itus) e(st) / M(arcus) Antoni/us Flaccu/s d(e) s(uo) d(edit)

HD052647 (Germania superior)

$] / [T]itia Lu[---] / [et?] Lun[---] / [&

HD052646 (Germania superior)

$](?) / [--] Saturni/[ni?]o Severia/[no? ---] / [&

HD052645 (Germania superior)

[D(is) M(anibus)] / Tertin[ius] / Restitu[tus] / sibi et Mes[sio]/ni(a)e Ammo[ss(a)e?] / coniugi d[efun]/ct(a)e vi(v)us sibi [facie]/ndum cur[avit]

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD049739 (Raetia)

Lagon[---]

HD049737 (Raetia)

[D]racus vivat cia(!) est bonus qui se defendit

HD049085 (Germania superior)

Mercurio / et Maiiae(!) / L(ucius) Cavarius / Ibliomarus / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD048256 (Raetia)

C(enturia) Memoris Cerialis // c(enturia) Patru(ini?) c(enturia) Ma(n)sueti Terti

HD047096 (Raetia)

Tertii Germani

HD047095 (Raetia)

Varus / Vicanus // MIIIXS

HD045562 (Raetia)

L(egio) XII

HD045561 (Raetia)

L(egio) X

HD045560 (Raetia)

L(egio) III

HD045114 (Pannonia inferior)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / ala I Thrac(um) / vet(erana) cui pr(a)e/est [A]el(ius) Pu/blianus [p(rimus)] / p(ilus) leg(ionis) II ad[i(utricis)]

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B015669

von Domaszewski, A.: Miscellanea. Zur Mainzer Inschrift des Annianus.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD041730 (Germania superior)

In h(onorem) d(omus) d(ivinae) / I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / Fortioni/us Dubita/tus pro se / et suis pos(u)i/t duobus As/pris co(n)s(ulibus) // v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD039896 (Pannonia superior)

[I(ovi)] O(ptimo) M(aximo) Iun(oni) / [Reg(inae)] Clau(dius) / Victor et / C(laudia) Avita / v(otum) s(olverunt) l(ibentes) m(erito) du/obus Aspris // co(n)s(ulibus) Idibus Iuni(i)s

HD039505 (Raetia)

$] / [pontif(ex)] m[ax(imus) trib(unicia) pot(estate) VIIII] / [i]mp(erator) XII co(n)s(ul) II p(ater) p(atriae) pr[oco(n)s(ul) et] / [Imp(erator)] Caesar Marcus [Aurel(ius)] / [A]ntoninus Pius Aug(ustus) [trib(unicia)] / [po]t(estate) IIII proco(n)s(ul) [[et P(ublius)]] / [[[Septim(ius) Geta nob(ilissimus) Caes(ar)]]] / [vias et pontes rest(ituerunt)] / [ab A]ug(usta) m(ilia) p(assuum) [XLI]III / [a l(e)]g(ione) m(ilia) p(assuum) LIII

HD038672 (Germania superior)

Mercurio et [Rosmertae] / Viturelius [---] / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) [l(aetus) m(erito)]

HD038670 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Senecio Ianu/ari ci(vis) Nemes / an(norum) LV et comem(oriae) / Siora p(iissimo) con(iugi) / c(uravit)

HD038669 (Germania superior)

Ammonio Mo/getio Mog[e]tius / Dol(?)[--- li]b(ertus)(?) / [&

HD038668 (Germania superior)

Dis Man(ibus) / Acceptae / Sabini f(iliae) civ(i) M[e(diomatricae)?] / an(norum) XXV Ammon[ius] / Mogetius coniu[x]

HD038667 (Germania superior)

[---]nus [e]q(ues) / [et vexil]lar(ius) coh(ortis) / [II Aug(ustae) Cyr(enaicae) eq(uitatae)](?) tur(ma) Mo/[--- stip(endiorum) --- a]nn(orum) XXV / [h(ic) s(itus) e(st) h(eres) f(aciendum)] c(uravit)

HD038479 (Pannonia inferior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Q(uinti) Pos/tumi / Lepidini / praef(ecti) eq(uitum)

HD037302 (Germania superior)

|C(enturia) Farronis Pr(a)esentis C(aius) Vilius M[---] // VIIX

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B015668

Mylius, H.: Werkstücke römischer Grabdenkmäler aus der Mosel bei Koblenz.

B015667

Otto, (o. Vorname): 98. Wiesbaden.

B015666

Kapff, E.: Zwei römische Inschriften vom Mainlimes. 198.

B015665

Wiegels, R.: Die Wiedergeburt einer römischen Inschrift. Neuzeitliche 'Irrungen und Wirrungen' über einen Trennfurter Götteraltar.

B015664

Wiegels, R.: Die Wiedergeburt einer römischen Inschrift. Neuzeitliche 'Irrungen und Wirrungen' über einen Trennfurter Götteraltar.

B015663

Feraudi-Gruénais, F. - Ludwig, R.: Die Heidelberger Römersteine. Bildwerke, Architekturteile und Inschriften im Kurpfälzischen Museum Heidelberg.

B015622

Rageth, J.: Weitere Frührömische Militaria und andere Funde aus dem Oberhalbstein GR - Belege für den Alpenfeldzug.

November 21, 2017

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Harappa

A Bronze Age fortified city located on the Ravi River, inhabited from the fourth through the second millennia BCE, Harappa was one of the most important settlements of the Indus Valley Civilization.

OSM location of Harappa

Polygon representing the boundaries of the archaeological site of Harappa, derived from an OpenStreetMap Way.

Angkor

The capital city of the Khmer empire, founded in the late 9th century by Yasovarman I (889-901). The city was sacked in 1431 by invaders from the Ayutthaya kingdom, and was abandoned excpet for the temple of Angkor Wat, which remained a Buddhist shrine.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SF-4616D0 COIN MEDIEVAL

A worn silver hammered penny struck for Richard I, dating c. 1194-1200. Class 4a, moneyer Vlard (or Wlard) at the mint of Canterbury. North 968/1.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

SF-45E764 COIN ROMAN

A worn copper-alloy nummus struck for Constantine II or Constantius II as Caesar, dating to c. AD 330-335. Reece period 17. Reverse: GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers standing either side of two standards. Mint uncertain.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-45C9FD POT ROMAN

Three sherds of Roman samian ware pottery, weight 83g, mid 1st - early 2nd century:- rim, form 37, Southern Gaulish .- rim, form 18/31 and body, Les Martres de Veyre.

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DEV-45CEA1 SCRAPER (TOOL) BRONZE AGE

A flint scraper of probable Neolithic or Bronze Age date, c. 4000-800 BC. A Broadly piriform secondary flake of black/brown flint, triangular in cross section and with c. 10% of the dorsal face covered with cortex at the distal end. Two parallel removal scars survive on the dorsal face. A relatively pronounced bulb of percussion is present at the proximal end of the ventral face, the striking platform has been worked away by a series of crude, abruptly angled hinged removals. There is a central, longitudinally aligned hinged removal at the proximal end of the dorsal face, possibly thinning the flake. Both edges of the dorsal face exhibit, short, semi-abrupt amd sub-parallel/scalar retouch, becoming abrupt at the proximal end of the right edge.Dimensions: length 54.0mm; width 26.8mm; thickness 9.3mm; weight 13.04g.It is impossible to date a single non-diagnostic flint flake with certainty. This flake exhibits general characteristics which would suggest a Neolithic or, perhaps more likely, a Bronze Age date.

SF-45C7DE COIN ROMAN

A worn copper-alloy nummus struck for either Constantius II or Constantine II as Caesar, dating to cc. AD 336-341. Reece period 17. Reverse: GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers standing either side of a single standard. Mint of Arles.

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NARC-45B1A3 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy Radiate or Nummus of Uncertain Emperor (AD 260-402). Uncertain reverse type. Uncertain mint.The coin is missing portions of its outer flanDiameter: 11.64mm, Thickness: 1.13mm, Weight: 0.4g.

NARC-45A323 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy Radiate or Nummus of Uncertain Emperor (AD 260-402). Uncertain reverse type depicting figure standing facing. Uncertain mint.The coin is missing portions of its outer flanDiameter: 12.00mm, Thickness: 1.31mm, Weight: 0.8g.

NMS-4509CD WEIGHT MEDIEVAL

Medieval to post-medieval tapering cylindrical lead weight with a shallow and rough annular concavity in the base and a very gently convex top. Height / length 45mm. Diameter 23 - 29mm. Weight 242g / 3735 grains. Possibly for 2/3 pound troy (=3840 grains) or just possibly overwieght for ½ pound avoirdupois (=3500 grains). 13th - 16th century.

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NARC-459553 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete coper alloy Nummus of the House of Constantine dating to AD 330-335. Reece Period 17. Reverse type GLORIA EXERCITVS, depicting two soldiers holding two standards. Uncertain mint.The coin is missing portions of its outer flan at 3 and 10 O'clockDiameter: 15.60mm, Thickness: 1.33mm, Weight: 1.1g.

NARC-45815D COIN ROMAN

A complete copper alloy Nummus of The house of Constantine dating to AD 350-353. Reece Period 18. Reverse type VICTORIAE DD NN AVG ET CAE depicting two winged Victories facing holding a wreath on short column. Uncertain mint.Diameter: 17.87mm, Thickness: 1.85mm, Weight: 1.5g.

DEV-455DDA COIN MEDIEVAL

A Medieval silver cut halfpenny of Henry III (AD 1216-1272), dating to AD 1253-1256. Voided long cross class 5c2, Canterbury mint, uncertain moneyer. North (1994: 227) no. 993.

NARC-457190 COIN ROMAN

A complete copper alloy Radiate or Nummus of Uncertain Emperor (AD 260-402). Uncertain reverse type. Uncertain mint.Diameter: 18.21mm, Thickness: 1.33mm, Weight: 1.1g.

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NARC-451226 COIN ROMAN

A complete copper alloy nummus of The House of Constantine dating to AD 335-337. Of Caesars Constantine II, Constans or Constantius II. Reece Period 17. Reverse type GLORIA EXERCITVS reverse type depicting two soldiers holding one standard. Uncertain mint.Diameter: 15.17mm, Thickness: 2.15mm, Weight: 1.2g.

FASAM-44D5BB COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy nunmmus probably of Constantine II as Caesar (AD 317-337), dating to c. AD 332 (Reece Period 17), GLORIA EXERCITVS, two soldiers and two standards. Mint of Lyon. RIC VII, p. 138, cf. no. 254

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NARC-44F866 BROOCH ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy Brooch of Roman date (AD 43-175). The object is a Polden Hill/Dolphin type. The wings are semi-cylindrical, which terminate with perforated wing caps. There is small amount of chord in place. The axis bar, spring and pin is missing. Both wings are decorated with two pairs of double stranded grooves at the mesal and outer edge. Either side of the bow head there is a moulded platform. The object has a forward facing hook at the apex to hold the chord. The bow is decorated with an integral raised central rib. The bow tapers inward and terminates in an old abraded break. The pin, foot, body, spring, pin and catchplate are all missing. The metal is a mid-green in colour with a pitted patina and areas of active light green corrosion.Hattatt, P 300, No 1513.Length: 9.22mm. Width: 18.96mm, Thickness: 9.21mm, Weight: 3.2g.

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DEV-44CD85 COIN MEDIEVAL

A Medieval silver penny of Edward I (AD 1272-1307), dating to AD 1303-1305. Class 10ab5, Canterbury mint. North (1991: 31) no. 1039/3.

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NARC-44CCC4 BROOCH ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy Brooch of Roman date (AD 43-175). The object is a Polden Hill type. The wings are semi-cylindrical and solid. The copper alloy axis bar has a copper alloy spring coiled around it which is slightly obscured by corrosion, approximately 50% of the axis bar and spring are retained. The wings are decorated with a pair of double stranded grooves at the terminal and either side of the head. Either side of the body is decorated with longitudinal lines along the outer edge. The object has a forward facing hook at the apex to hold the chord. The bow tapers inward and terminates in an old abraded break. The pin, foot, partial body and spring, pin and catchplate are all missing. The metal is a dark green in colour with a pitted patina.Hattatt, P 300, No 374 and P 301, No 376.Length: 17.57mm. Width: 24.32mm, Thickness: 7.56mm, Weight: 10.7g.

NARC-44BE5C BROOCH ROMAN

A Fragment of a copper alloy Brooch of Roman date (AD 43-175). The object is a probable Polden Hill type. The retained fragment is the lower half of the bow and complete catchplate. The bow tapers to a pointed foot and is decorated with an integral, raised central rib. The catchplate is integral and recurved.The metal is a dark green in colour with a slightly pitted patina.Length: 47.60mm. Width: 8.02mm, Thickness: 3.80mm, Weight: 9.4g.Hattatt, P 300, No 899.

NMS-44AC8B SWORD BELT POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy hooked sword belt mount with rivet holes, one filled with copper alloy. An early 17th-century type (Scott, I. in Biddle et al. 2001, 205, fig. 5.6. no. 159). As Margeson 1993, nos. 257-8 and de Reuck 1991, 41, right-hand row, seventh and eight from top. Length / height 34mm. Width 13mm. c.1600 - c.1650.

NARC-44A364 VESSEL ROMAN

A sherd of a ceramic Vessel of Roman date (AD 150-400). The sherd is a Nene Valley Colour Coated ware rim sherd. The fabric is light buff orange and soft with no visible inclusions. The outer surface has a dark grey slip coating and decorated with circumferential bands.Height: 23.39mm, Width: 26.45mm, Thickness: 4.90mm, Weight: 4.1g.

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

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