Potamos: Digital Antiquity Data

http://planet.atlantides.org/potamos

Tom Elliott (tom.elliott@nyu.edu)

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March 22, 2020

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Fregellae

Fregellae was a city of Latium Adjectum that became a Roman colony in 328 B.C., but was subsequently captured by the Samnites; a Roman presence was re-established in 313 B.C. Loyal to Rome during the Second Punic War, Fregellae revolted in 125 B.C. and the site was razed.

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Norba

Norba, located in the Monti Lepini, was a member of the Latin League (ca. 499 B.C.) and became a Latin colony ca. 492 B.C. The city was destroyed in the early first century B.C.

location of Roman forum

coordinates after OSM, verified in Google Earth.

Forum Iulium

The Forum Iulium (or Forum of Caesar, Forum Caesaris) is a forum built by Iulius Caesar and dedicated ca. 46 B.C. The main cult of the forum is that of Venus Genetrix.

Ikarion

An ancient settlement and deme of Attica.

Sanctuary of Dionysos

The Sanctuary of Dionysos, which includes a theater, choregic monument, statue bases, and at least one temple, formed part of the civic center of the Attic deme of Ikarion.

OSM location of Ruins of ancient theater of Icarion Aegeidas (Attica)

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Sanctuary of Dionysos

The Sanctuary of Dionysos, which includes a theater, choregic monument, statue bases, and at least one temple, formed part of the civic center of the Attic deme of Ikarion.

Roman Forum at Syracuse

The area, roughly situated between the island of Ortygia and the district of Acradina, was used as an agora and, in later years, as the forum of the city of Syracuse. It is now a public park where ancient ruins are still visible.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-772325 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy farthing token of Norwich Corporation, Williamson 225, die axis 6, 1667

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Forum Holitorium

The Forum Holitorium was the vegetable market of ancient Rome, situated outside the Porta Carmentalis in the southern Campus Martius. This area was bounded by the Forum Boarium and the Circus Flaminius.

Forum Boarium (at Rome)

Rome's so-called "cattle market", the Forum Boarium is a key area of commercial and ritual activity on the east bank of the river Tiber. It is flanked by the Capitoline, Palatine, and Aventine hills.

Tower of the Winds

Also known as the Horologion of Andronikos Kyrrhestes, the Tower of the Winds is an octagonal Pentelic marble clocktower located in the "Roman" Agora that functioned as a horologion.

Roman Agora of Athens

The Roman agora at Athens is located to the north of the Acropolis and to the east of the ancient Agora.

Roman amphitheater

The Roman amphitheater is located on the opposite bank of the wadi from Bararus.

OSM location of Roman amphitheater

Representative location based on a node derived from OpenStreetMap.

Monte Tamburino necropolis

A necropolis with inhumations dating to the fifth and fourth centuries B.C.

location of Monte Tamburino necropolis

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Chiragan Roman villa

An extensive Roman villa located at Chiragan, in the French Commune of Martres-Tolosanes. The site produced significant architectural and sculptural finds that are now in various museums. Most of the site is covered by farmland today.

OSM location of Site archéologique de la villa gallo-romaine de Chiragan

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-730B42 COIN ROMAN

Incomplete extremely worn and corroded copper alloy Roman coin, probably a radiate. Emperor unknown but reverse possibly priestley implements. Further details illegible. Circa AD260-296.

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March 21, 2020

New Testament Virtual Manuscript Room: Recent Additions

1123 (31123)

12 verses indexed by theotikou

1172 (31172)

7 verses indexed by theotikou

672 (30672)

17 verses indexed by theotikou

1357 (31357)

15 verses indexed by theotikou

l 30 (40030)

51 verses indexed by dherbison

1351 (31351)

8 verses indexed by theotikou

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-661387 WEIGHT POST MEDIEVAL

An almost complete post-Medieval lead alloy weight adapted from a copper-alloy animal 'crotal' bell (1600-1800). The sub-rectangular suspension loop at the top is 8.0mm high, 11.8mm wide, 4.1mm thick and has a circular perforation.The upper and lower hemispheres are divided equally by a horizontal circumferential joining rib. At either side of the suspension loop, about half way down the side of the upper hemisphere, is a circular sound hole. In the lower hemisphere there are two larger sound holes integral with a sound slit. The upper hemisphere is decorated with eight incised gadroons, also known as 'sunburst' design and the lower hemisphere has a 'fish-scale' design. The body of the lower hemisphere has a fracture which probably occurred when the lead was inserted.The outer surface is dark grey. Height: 44.0mm; diameter: 35.4mm. Weight: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxg.

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Oktapitaron Akron

A headland located in southwest Wales which marks the divide between the Irish Sea and the Celtic Sea.

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NMS-673506 COIN ROMAN

Extremely worn and corroded copper alloy Roman radiate coin probably of Claudius II. Possible Providentia reverse. Reece period 13. Circa AD268-270.

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Geraistos

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 H2 Geraistos

Kaphereus Pr.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 55 H4 Kaphereus Pr.

Erythraion Pr.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 60 F3 Erythraion Pr.

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Nerion/Artabrum/Celticum/Magnum Pr.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 24 B1 Nerion/Artabrum/Celticum/Magnum Pr.

Oueroubioum Akron

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 9 D2 Oueroubioum Akron

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NMS-66D4B0 COIN ROMAN

Extremely worn and corroded copper alloy Roman coin. Probably an irregular 'wolf and twins' nummus. Reece period 17. Circa AD330-360.

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Paracata

Paracata, also known as Başbulak and Bulakbaşı, is situated near Taşburun in the Kars province in eastern Turkey. Here a stone block with an inscription of the Urartean king Minua (9th / 8th century BCE) was found, in which he claims to have built the building to which the stone block belonged. Furthermore, Minua states that he has built a fortress at this place and given it the name "Minuahinili" (i.e. "The Minuan“).

DARMC location 21479

Representative point location digitized from the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World by the Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations project at Harvard University.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-659DEF HARNESS MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

Two post-medieval harness mounts, both with a pair of integral attachment spikes on the reverse, 17th century:- asymmetrical, one end pointed, the other square, broadly comparable with Read 2016, no. 330, round-sectioned spikes, length 23.2, width 8.5mm.- distorted, circular but rendered cruciform by four moulded cut-outs, with five tiny lobes at the end of each arm, and most of the surface covered with pellets, oval-sectioned spikes, width / diameter 15mm.

NMS-64D6E1 BUTTON POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval lead alloy button in poor condition with remains of a non-drilled loop on the reverse and what appears to be a concave-sided hexagon in counter-relief on the very gently convex front. Loosely comparable with CAM-665286. Diameter c.16mm. 17th century.

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NMS-638603 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Slightly more than half of a post-medieval copper alloy double-looped buckle frame, both loops oval, with elaborate moulded decoration very close to that of Whitehead 2003, no. 427. Rust in the centre of the bar suggests a iron pin. Estimated length 36mm. Width 24.8mm. c.1550 - c.1650.

NMS-63DA10 BUCKLE POST MEDIEVAL

Post-medieval copper alloy double-looped asymmetrical buckle frame, similar to Whitehead 2003, no.566 but considerably smaller and with a non-recessed bar. Length 22.4mm. Width 17.8mm. c.1575 - c.1700.

NMS-634261 HOOKED TAG POST MEDIEVAL

Incomplete post-medieval copper alloy hooked tag or dress hook with a trapezoidal loop and with the tip of the hook missing, Read 2008, Class E, Type 3. The circular plate, hollowed on the reverse, depicts in relief within two beaded frames a long-haired and bearded face inclined slightly to the right, to be viewed with the hook to the right, similar to ibid. nos 325-6, SF-EFBDBD and BH-943E9C Length 33mm. Width 14.5mm. 16th century

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Ilounon?

An Early Roman hilltop oppidum, Ilunum was abandoned in the second century A.D. and then reoccupied in Late Antiquity (ca. A.D 590) as a Visigothic episcopal see during the Byzantine-Visigothic war. It was finally abandoned in the ninth century and the population was resettled in a new foundation, Murcia.

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NMS-6178B4 STAPLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval to post-medieval sheet copper alloy probable staple, lozengiform, one end broken, now flat apart from bent complete end, but with two transverse creases suggesting it has been flattened out. Length c.39mm, width 19mm. Perhaps 13th - 17th century.

NMS-5FEE5B KEY (LOCKING) MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy rotary key for a casket with a circular bow, a collar, a hollow-ended oval-sectioned shank and a simple bit with two symmetrical sub-rectangular clefts. Length 35mm. Width of bow 14mm. Bit 6 x 7.5 x 2mm. Mid 12th - 14th century.

NMS-5FD93D KNIFE MEDIEVAL

Sheet copper alloy cap from a medieval iron knife, trapezoidal but with one rounded end. A hole, surrounded by rust, nearer the wider and straight end, and punched from the slightly concave inner face, would have held the end of a scale tang. Cf. Cowgill et al. 1987, nos. 119-23. Length 15.8mm, width 8.3mm. Second half 14th century

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Initial entry of TM 65628 into DCLP, from ZPE 210 (2019). With one exception, I've encoded corrections using double brackets instead of |subst|, and there are a few places where a vacat of 1 space is indicated (though this makes the display somewhat awkward).


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NMS-5DE127 COIN ROMAN

Extremely worn and corroded copper alloy nummus. Possibly an irregular 'two soldiers single standard' reverse type. Further detail illegible. Reece period 17. Circa AD335-341.

NMS-5D8615 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver penny of Charles I, Tower, two pellets initial mark, no inner circles, well worn, 1625-49

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Pithiviers-le-Vieil

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 11 C4 Pithiviers-le-Vieil

Aeminium

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 24 C4 Aeminium

Forum of Conimbriga

The Roman forum of Conímbriga.

location of baths

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Coriovallum

Coriovallum (modern Heerlen) was a Roman military settlement along the frontier (limes) in Germania Inferior.

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Can Llauder

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 25 H4 no. 107 (Torre Llauder (Mataró))

Bararus

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 33 G2 Bararus

*Tarouedounon/Orkas Akra

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 9 D2 *Tarouedounon/Orkas Akra

Dūr-Šarrukīn

A place name from the TAVO Index (Vol. 1, p. 452)

Segouia

Spanish city located in the center of Spain. It belonged to the Alfonso X kingdom (XIII century).

Segovia

Segovia, originally of Celtiberian origin, became a Roman settlement. It is perhaps the site where Metellus defeated Hirtuleius, the general of Sertorius, in 75 B.C.

Murgaual (castle)

Medieval Spanish name of castle associated with modern Murgabal or Almogábar, in Torrecampo.

OSM location of modern Torrecampo

OSM location of modern Torrecampo. Castillo de Murgabal or de Almogábar is located in that place.

Murgaual (castle)

A Spanish castle and village located in the north of the province of Córdoba that belonged to the kingdom of Alfonso X. Today it's known as Castillo de Murgabal or Castillo de Almogábar. It is part of the village of Torrecampo and the region of Fuencaliente.

OSM location of Santa Eufemia

OSM location of modern Santa Eufemia

Santa Eufemia

A Spanish castle and village located in the north of the province of Córdoba that belonged to the kingdom of Alfonso X.

Santa Eufemia

Medieval and modern Spanish name.

Malea Pr.

Cape Maleas is a cape located in the southeast of the Peloponnese.

Oxymatis (river)

The Ichamati River.

DARMC location 22171

Representative point location digitized from the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World by the Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations project at Harvard University.

(M)Otene

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 88 F4 (M)Otene

Solucar Albayda

Medieval Spanish name of village associated with modern Albaida de Aljarafe.

OSM location of modern Albaida de Aljarafe

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Solucar Albayda

A Spanish village located to the west of Sevilla, Spain. In the thirteenth century, it belonged to the kingdom of Alfonso X. The modern toponym is a derivation of the Arabic toponym "Solucar Al-bayda", meaning "the white one". The site was known as Sanlúcar de Albaida until it took the definitive name of Albaida de Aljarafe.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-5240B1 COIN ROMAN

Extremely worn and corroded copper alloy House of Constantine Roman nummus. Reverse; two Victories holding an inscribed shield. Probably irregular. Further details illegible. Reece period 18. Circa AD350-353.

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Hylike L.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 55 E4 Hylike L.

Pisae

A city situated on the Tyrrhenian seaboard and likely of Etruscan origin. Its early nature was that of a mercantile center. The city became a Roman colony in 89 B.C.

Loukopibia

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 9 unlocated Loukopibia

Limia (river)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 24 C3 Limia fl.

Amenanus (river)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 47 G3 Amenanus fl.

tDar: The Digital Archaeological Record

County-level radiocarbon dates for the upland US Southwest

These are the radiocarbon data reported in Robinson et al. 2020, "Dendrochronological dates confirm a Late Prehistoric population decline in the American Southwest derived from radiocarbon dates". The dates are drawn from the NSF project ‘Populating a Radiocarbon Database for North America’, which have been uploaded to the Canadian Archaeological Radiocarbon Database (CARD; https://www.canadianarchaeology.ca). Dates are aggregated to county level for the upland US Southwest, and are uncalibrated.

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OSM location of Cat Stane

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Cat Stane

An irregular standing stone bearing a fragmentary Latin inscription, the Cat Stane is likely a Neolithic monument re-used for a burial of the fifth or sixth century AD.

Kapros (island)

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 51 B3 Kapros Ins.

*Abalus? Ins.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 10 D2 *Abalus? Ins.

Greek theater of Segesta

Remains of a Greek theater at Segesta that was first built in the first half of the third century B.C.

OSM location of Greek Theatre

Location based on OpenStreetMap

Greek theater of Segesta

Remains of a Greek theater.

Massaciuccoli

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 41 C2 Massaciuccoli

House of the surgeon

The so-called "House of the Surgeon" is considered to be one of the oldest domus in Pompeii. (VI, 1, 10, 23)

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-50BBE3 COIN ROMAN

Extremely worn and corroded copper alloy Roman nummus, probably a House of Valentinian SECVRITAS/REIPVBLICAE reverse type. Reece period 19. Circa AD364-378.

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Ilva/Aethalia (island)

The largest island of the Tuscan Archipelago, Ilva (modern Elba) is located in the Tyrrhenian Sea 50 km east of Corsica. It is the third largest Italian island.

Tol(o)phon

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 55 C4 Tol(o)phon

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KENT-503274 HARNESS PENDANT MEDIEVAL

A complete and worn Medieval heraldic harness pendant (c. late 13th - early 14th century).Description: The pendant is in the form of a square topped shield with a suspension loop at 90° to the plane of the pendant at its apex. The loop is worn through along one side, probably due to wear or corrosion. The device is simple consisting of overlying cross hatching, heraldically known as fretty. The counter relief execution may have been executed in such a way to allow for the application of enamel which is now missing or obscured by weathering/corrosion of the surrounding copper-alloy.. The pendant is patinated dark greenMeasurements: Length: 40mm, width: 25mm, 5 mm thick and 11g in weight.Discussion: Shield shaped harness pendants were incredibly popular and many examples exist on the PAS database. Similar heraldic harness pendants have also been noted by Ashley (2002: nos. 51, 55, 67 etc. pgs 10, 11 and 38) and Read (2001, 53-54). Pendants with enamelled decoration, usually heraldic or pseudo-heraldic seem to be most common in the late 13th and first half of the 14th century, c. 1280-1350 (Griffiths 1986, 1; Ashley 2002, 29-30; Baker 2015, 6).

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L. 14 <:ἔλεγον|reg|ἔγεγον:>, added BL 3.142 (on P. Par. 48), though I don't know how to do it correctly.


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Tolophon

The location according to Charmoux & Lerat (1947, 59-63).

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NMS-4EA924 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy D-shaped buckle frame. The sides and outside edge are decorated with a cable motif comprising twenty-seven closely spaced oblique engraved lines. The bar has snapped around its mid-point and the two broken ends have been forced inwards so that they overlap by 2mm. Length c.17mm. Width c.22.5mm. 15th century.

NMS-4F81D9 BROOCH MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy annular frame of a medieval brooch, pointed oval-sectioned with a round-sectioned pin constriction. The front face is engraved with three uneven sets of transverse engraved grooves, eleven, fifteen and eighteen. External and internal diameters 27.5 and 21.3mm. Thickness 1.8mm. Late 13th - 14th century.

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1. καὶ <:αὐτός|reg|καυτός:> changed to <:καὶ αὐτός|reg|καυτός:>. 3. χαλκοῦς changed to χαλκοὺς.


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NMS-4F521C BROOCH MEDIEVAL

Cast copper alloy pin from a medieval annular framed brooch with an oval-sectioned shank pointed at one end and a collared loop at the other, cf. Egan and Pritchard 1991, nos.1314-5. A soldered butt joint at the mid-point of the loop is just visible. Length 43mm. External and internal diameters of loop 7 and 4mm. Late 13th - 14th century.

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Pyrgoi

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 58 B3 Pyrgoi

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NMS-4F2EC6 MOUNT POST MEDIEVAL

Copper-alloy mount of post-medieval date. it is flat and shield-shaped, with sides curving to a broken point. The top is straight from the corners inwards, but then curves up to form a large central projection which begins to flare but which is then broken. It is corroded and so the decoration is hard to decipher, but there appear to be relief curvilinear elements and patches of gilding. On the reverse are two attachment spikes, one bent outwards and the other broken off short. Surviving length 27mm, width 15mm, weight 2.62g. Similar to BH-E6FDB6. 17th century.

NMS-4EF7E1 BROOCH MEDIEVAL

Incomplete medieval copper alloy annular framed brooch, slightly more than half of the undecorated frame surviving, with one break across a narrow and circular-sectioned pin constriction (diameter 1.5mm). The cross-section is trapezoidal with the narrowest side being the lower part of the inner face. Internal and external diameters 33 and 39mm. Thickness 2.7mm. Late 13th - 14th century.

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Arnus (river)

The Arno river flows from its origin at Mount Falterona to the Marina di Pisa where it empties into the Tyrrhenian Sea.

DARMC location 1351

TIB representative point location digitized from the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World by the Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations project at Harvard University.

Hippuri Pr.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 5 inset Hippuri Pr.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

GLO-4D18CF BROOCH ROMAN

A fragment of a copper alloy Roman plate brooch, possible equal arm type. This has a lozenge shaped plate that is missing one corner which would have held the catchplate on the reverse. The side coroners extend to form globular knops with a narrowed base. A row of three drilled roundels bordered by short incised lines cross the centre of the plate, the sections above and below are then decorated with two curvilinear lines of stamped dots. the last corner has a knop terminal with am elongated and narrowed base. On the reverse are two pierced tabs that would have held the pin. This item has been coated in a white metal.

GLO-4D8FF5 BROOCH ROMAN

Copper alloy Headstud brooch that has thick cylindrical wings that hold a pin axes bar, the pin was made from iron but is now heavily corroded.  The front of the wings are flat and decorated with vertical banding. At the top of the head is a large loop, blow on the head is a ring and dot stud. The front of the bow is decorated with two lines of opposing triangular cells that would have held enamel. Dividing the triangular cells is a diamond shaped panel that forms a central row. The lower part of the bow is missing resulting in the loss of the catchplate.

GLO-4DE9C8 AXE BRONZE AGE

A copper alloy palstave axe that has a wide curved blade. The sides of the axe are concave and taper from the blade to the middle of the axe each side is slightly expanded with a low ridge running down either edge no both the front and back sides. The stop ridge is positioned three-quarters of the way down from the blade, this is shallow with deep flanged sides behind that run almost the whole length of the rear third.  On the side of the axe is a low oval loop that is adjacent to the stop ridge. Middle Bronze Age 1500 BC – 1150

NMS-4DF1FB COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy Roman nummus of the House of Valentinian. Reverse; Victory walking left with wreath and palm; SECVRITAS/REIPVBLICAE. Reece period 19. Circa AD364-378.

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Seleucia/Claudioseleucia/Seleucia Sidera

Seleucia Sidera was an ancient city in the northern part of Pisidia, Anatolia, founded by Seleucus I Nicator or Antiochus I Soter in order to protect the military road across northern Pisidia.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-4DCA18 STRAP END MEDIEVAL

Five copper alloy sheet plates from medieval tongue-shaped strap ends, 14th century:- very small, rivet hole near both edges, sharply angled outside edge, 22.9 x 5.6mm.- rounded outside edge, one rivet hole near incomplete straight attachment edge. 33.2 x 9.4mm.- front plate, one rivet near straight attachment edge, two concentric compass-drawn engraved circles with hole in centre and four slightly larger holes between the two, indications in solder on the reverse of a forked spacer. 29.5 x 15mm.- lozenge knop, incomplete rivet hole and groove near missing attachment edge, indications in solder on the reverse of a forked spacer. <41 x 14mm.- front plate, two rivets and grooved aperture near gently concave attachment edges, lines of interrupted rocker-arm engraving forming odd shapes, some roughly lozengiform, indications in solder on the reverse of a forked spacer, 53.8 x 20mm.

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Statielli

A tribe of Liguria whose territory was located on the northern slopes of the Apennines in the Bormida valley.

Carystum

An oppidum of the Statielli/Statellati, where the Romans defeated Ligurian tribes in 173 BC.

Phligadia M.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 19 unlocated Phligadia M.

DARMC location 6274

1:500,000 scale representative point location digitized from the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World by the Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations project at Harvard University.

Aquae Statiellae

Aquae Statiellae (modern Acqui Terme) was an ancient settlement in Liguria.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

OXON-4D89D7 BROOCH ROMAN

An incomplete copper alloy Roman Colchester derivative Polden Hill Brooch dating to c. AD 80-120. The brooch survives as the head, bow and catchplate but is missing both its wings and the pin mechanism.The head of the brooch is 12.1mm wide. The wings that would have projected from the sides of this are now lost. However, a small part of these projects behind the head this is concave on its reverse suggesting an open back concave area for a spring mechanism, rather than a hinged pin. The head itself is bulbous and projects c8.3mm outwards from the the front of the surviving wing fragment. The bow projects vertically downwards from the bottom of the bulbous head. The bow is D-shaped in cross section with a convex front and flat reverse and narrows from 6.7mm wide at its top to 2.9mm wide at its flat ended foot. The catch plate survives intact and is triangular in shape.  Its lower edge projects ng perpendicularly from the foot and the its outer edge then get slowly approaches the back of the bow till it becomes flush with its approximately two thirds of the way up its length.The brooch is a dark green colour and is scratched with some pitting on the bow.The brooch is 44.6mm long, 12.2mm wide at the head and weighs 8.88 grams.The brooch is an unusual from with no identical parallel within Mackreth (2011) or Hattat (2000).  The open back suggets a spring mechanism, typical of earlier Roman brooches, while the heads broad shape is similar to some Polden Hill Brooches, see for instance HESH-B9142A or OXON-65338C. However this head is far more spherical than this form such that at best it can be suggested as being a derivative of this form.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Kokkynos Pr.

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 47 G3 Kokkynos Pr.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-4D51E4 COIN ROMAN

Copper alloy Roman nummus of Gratian. Reverse; Emperor left with standard and shield; GLORIA NOVI SAECVLI; OF/II in field. Mint of Arles. Reece period 19. Circa AD367-375.

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Clickimin broch

A Broch tower with other associated Iron Age structures.

OSM location of Clickimin broch

Representative location based on OpenStreetMap.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-4CFF23 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval to post-medieval circular lead alloy shoe buckle frame, cf. Egan and Pritchard 1991, nos. 115-210. The pin would have been of iron wire. Diameter 17mm. The use of such buckles continued into the post-medieval period (Egan 2005, 34). 14th - 16th century.

NMS-4D5355 STRAP END MEDIEVAL

Medieval white-metal coated copper alloy strap end formed from one piece of sheet folded widthways. A sharp narrowing immediately before and into the fold is the result of trimming rather than wear. Length 20.5mm. Width 9mm. 14th century.

SUR-4CE49C COIN ROMAN

A copper alloy Roman nummus of Constantius II (323-361), dating to the period AD 355 to 361 (Reece period 18). [FEL TEMP REPARATIO] reverse type depicting a soldier advancing left, spearing fallen horseman. Uncertain mint.

SUR-4D0A11 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

A copper alloy Rose farthing of Charles I (1625-1649), Type 1 with double arched crown and mullet initial mark to obverse only. As North (1991), p 165, number 2290.

NMS-4D1E03 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval to post-medieval copper alloy double-looped buckle frame, both loops oval with a slight lobe at the ends of the bar, and a D-sectioned pin. Length 32.8. Width 21.7mm. Mid 14th - 16th century.

OXON-4CF55A STRAP END MEDIEVAL

An incomplete copper-alloy Medieval strap end dating to the period circa 1150-1450 AD.The object consists of two sub-rectangular plates soldered together at their terminal end. These are widest at their opposite end and gently taper towards the narrow terminal. Both plates are broken near their attachment end, one just above the hole for a rivet which has a diagonal but clean break and the other further down which has a horizontal clean break. The longer plate has a small (c.1.4mm diameter) rivet hole within which are the remains of a copper alloy rivet which is flush to the plate on either side. The terminal of the strap end is trefoil shaped with two long wide rectangular side wings and a pointed central knop.The strap end is an even green colour and has no signs of further decoration.The strap end is 42.4mm long, 7.0mm wide at its broken terminal, 1.7mm thick and weighs 1.77 grams.Very similar examples of this strap end are illustrated by Egan and Pritchard (1991: 131 Nos.605-7) which have been found in contexts dating to c. AD1400-1450. Similar examples of this strap end are also recorded on the PAS database, such as NMS-BE48A8, SF-9AD866 and NARC-80B1E9 which are given a similar suggested date range.

American Numismatic Society Collection Database: Greek Department

Pleiades: Recently Modified

Piniana

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 12 D4 Piniana

Obervorschütz

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 12 C1 Obervorschütz

Oberstimm

An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 12 E4 Oberstimm

Greta Bridge

A Roman fort and associated vicus at modern Greta Bridge (UK).

Antimachia

An ancient settlement on the island of Kos.

DARMC location 11411

1:500,000 scale representative point location digitized from the Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World by the Digital Atlas of Roman and Medieval Civilizations project at Harvard University.

Tower in R. Nestos Valley

One of many towers or forts

Tower in R. Nestos Valley

One of many towers or forts

Tower in R. Nestos Valley

One of many towers or forts

Tower in R. Nestos Valley

One of many towers or forts

Fort at Great Wall of Gorgan

One of the integral forts spaced along the wall

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

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Padus/Eridanus (river)

The Po river of northern Italy flows from the Cottian Alps (Alpes Cottiae) to the Adriatic Sea. It is the longest of Italy's rivers.

Vesulus M.

Monte Viso is the highest peak of the Cottian Alps and the source of the Po river.

Imagery location of Summit of Monte Viso

Coordinates of the summit following GeoHack

Ebusus (island)

Ebusus Ins. (modern Ibiza) is an island in the western Mediterranean Sea.

Unnamed villa

An unnamed villa of Cyrenaica

Cerro da Vila

Cerro da Vila, the ruins of a Roman villa in the Algarve region of southern Portugal.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B016521

Ewald, J.: Grabstein eines römischen Zivilisten aus Windisch-Oberburg.

B016520

Schwarz, P.-A.: Augst BL, Augusta Raurica, Frauenthermen (Insula 17).

B016438

Speidel, M.A.: Entlassungsurkunden des Römischen Heeres.

B016397

Speidel, M.P.: Zum Aufbau der Legion und zum Handwerk in Vindonissa.

B014160

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

B009756

Jullian, C.: Zu: JSGU 17, 1926.

B009090

Bohn, O.: Hölzerne Schrifttafeln aus Vindonissa.

B002325

Bohn, O.: Hölzerne Schrifttäfelchen aus Vindonissa.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD081858 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Laxtiae Ma/tidonni f(iliae) / maritus et fili(i) / l(ocus) <e>(xterum) h(eredem) n(on) s(equetur)

HD081857 (Germania superior)

Dis / Mercur/ial(i) Greci / fil(io)

HD081856 ()

Dis Ma(nibus) / Iulia Ta/nnoge/ni filia

HD081855 ()

C(aio) / Iul(io) Mi/nio

HD081854 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Cintus(?) m(aritus) / po[su]it Cotu/bi[nae](?) m(onumentum?)

HD081853 (Germania superior)

Ma/nib/us / Suolc(i?)

HD081851 (Germania superior)

$] suis Venus[t]ae L[&

HD081850 (Germania superior)

$]I(?) et Litavicco et Bov[&

HD081849 (Germania superior)

$] / [---]N(?) Magunia[e ---] / [---]I ex tes[ta]/[me]nto II[---] / [---]VIT I(?)[-]M[&

HD077382 (Belgica)

$ lu]cra(?) parva notat / [---]M paritura nepotes / [--- for]tuna domum

HD077380 (Belgica)

[Hic quie]sc<i>t in pace / [--- n]eof<y>ta quae / [vixit ---] parentes / [&

HD077363 (Belgica)

$]MEN[---] / [---]vatis genit[---] / [---]t gaudi incli[t ---] / [---] complexsu(---) ret[---] / [---] terris qua co[---] / [---] quidem mund[---] / [--- m]eruit reg[na caelestia(?)] / [---]i migravit a[d astra(?)]

HD077362 (Belgica)

[---]um teni/[---]ue sub an/[---]lci qu(a)e vix/[it --- e]t di(es) X / patr<e>s / [--- titu]lo posu/[erunt]

HD077359 (Belgica)

[Hic quies]ci[t] / [---]ochar/[---] an(nos) IIII / [---] Euda/[&

HD077358 (Belgica)

[Hic] quiescit / [---]sita in pace / [quae] vixit an(nos) V m(enses) III / [dies] XV mate[r ti]/[tulum posuit]

HD077357 (Belgica)

Hic quiescit in pa/ce qui vixit an(nos) VIII / et me(nses) V cui Vinardus / pa[t]er et Luperca m(a)/ter t<i>t<u>lum posue/[ru]nt

HD077356 (Belgica)

Hic quiescit in p/ace Ursu<l>a qui(!) / vix(it) annos XXI / Artula ka<r>a / mat<e>r tit{i}/u<l>um <p>o(suit)

HD077355 (Belgica)

[Hic quiescit in pac]e Ursicinus qui / [vixit ann]os VI et mensis(!) II et / [dies --- pat]er(?) dol{i}e(n)s(?) / [titulum] posuit posuit(!)

HD077353 (Belgica)

Hic quies[cit Va]/lentinu[s qui] / vix{s}it an[nos] / LXLIII et me[nses ---] / et die[s &

HD077352 (Belgica)

Valentinu[s] / in pace I[---] / qui vix[it annos] / L Tala[---] / car[issim &

HD077351 (Belgica)

Hic requiescit / Valentinus qui / vixit an(nos) XXXVIII Mar/ontius pater Agri/cia co(n)iux et fili(i) ei/us t<i>tulum pos(uerunt)

HD077343 (Belgica)

Beata resc[---]/NATEAINLE[---]/ta qu(a)e dema[---] / vix(it) ann(os) XL [---] / t<i>t<u>lum po(suit) in p[ace]

HD077300 (Belgica)

Hic iacet Ursa quae vix(it) / ann(os) VII et mens(es) X Urso/lus et Romula patres / t<i>t<u>lum posuerunt / in pace n(ata?) de(posita?) <I>d(u)s A(u)gu(st)as

HD077299 (Belgica)

(H)ic quiesce(n)t Vita/lis Elearius Codo/ra / et / Cofilus Vita/linius et Codora / in(n)ocent<e>s(?) quie(escunt?) in pace

HD077297 (Belgica)

Hic quiescit Vitalis qui / vixit annos <L>X[X]XV milit/avit inter Io[via]n[o]s senio/r<e>s an(nos) XL coniux karissima / titulum posuit

HD076875 (Belgica)

$ d]ulcis/[simae(?) quae vixit a]nnum / [et ---]s VI / [--- r]equi/escit [---]a pace

HD076872 (Belgica)

Hic quiescit in pace / Ursicina qui vixit / annos V et mensis(!) / XI et dies III Elpidius / et Ursula filiae primae na/t(a)e posuerunt

HD076869 (Belgica)

Hic Victorinus ex trib[uno et --- coniux] / {a}eius iun(c)ti in pace quiescent qu[i ---] / annos XVI nam tulit ille ann[os --- et illa] / annos XXVIII filia {a}eorum patri[bus dulcissimis(?)] / pro caritate titulu[m posuit]

HD076780 (Belgica)

Hic in pace fidelis qui/escit Valentina quae / vix{s}it ann<o>s XXVIIII et <m>e(n)s<e>s V /[[Germanio vi]]rginius / eius pro caritate{m} / et fi[lii titul]um / p[osueru]nt

HD075182 (Germania superior)

Sab[ini ---]ilvini(?) mo(n)im(e)nt[um](?)

HD067608 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / L(ucio) C(assio) C[re]/scenti Aure[l(ius)] / Trio [p(onenudum) c(uravit)]

HD065908 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) // Augusto / Cimbris(!) / lib(erto)

HD061383 (Germania superior)

Leg(io) VI[II Aug(usta)]

HD060873 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) / Victori / filio pientis/simo vixit / ann(is) XX dieb(us) / XVI Eutyches / et Ursula pa/rentes et sibi et / suis vivi feceru/nt

HD060872 (Dalmatia)

Valeriae / Piae an(norum) XII / Spedia Pro/cula mater / filiae pientissi/m(a)e et Valerio / Tauro con/iugi et sibi / et posteris / suis viva / fecit

HD060871 (Dalmatia)

[---]nia Secun/[da? ---]i avonculo(!) / [--- cons]ubrino / [--- s(ua)] p(ecunia) f(ecit)

HD060870 (Dalmatia)

T(itus) Pullicus / Rufi f(ilius) Rom(ilia) / C(aius) Pullicus / T(iti) f(ilius) Rom(ilia) a(nnorum) XXIIII / Q(uintus) Pullicus T(iti) f(ilius) / Salvius

HD060869 (Dalmatia)

P(ublio) Publicio / [-- An?]tho / [&

HD060868 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) s(acrum) / Philete b(ene) / meritae / P(ublius) Mescenius / Severianus

HD060867 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) s(acrum) / Mucio Filumeno(!) / marito rarissimo / et Muciae Pro/culinae filiae / Porcia Procula / b(ene) m(erenti) viva fecit / sibi et suis

HD060866 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) s(acrum) // Maximus Lup/ulae co(n)iugi in/co(m)parabi<l>i bena/e(!) merenti fec(it) / et con(!) <q>ua vixi/t an(n)os / plus minus XX / et filiae Maxi/mae <q>uae vixi/t annos plus / minus IIIII

HD060863 (Dalmatia)

[---]R ETE/[---]S et / [---]rimo / [--- s]uo et suis

HD060859 (Dalmatia)

Atilia Tra/nquilla et / Atilius Theseus / vivi fecer(unt) / sibi et suis

HD060858 (Dalmatia)

Aquilliae L(uci) l(ibertae) Myrsin(a)e / Exoratae L(uci) f(iliae) / Luculla L(uci) f(ilia) Tigris / matri et patri et / sorori et fratri / fecit

HD060857 (Dalmatia)

[S]aturnino ac/tori Saturni/anus et Valeri/a patri rari/ssimo

HD060855 (Dalmatia)

Q(uinto) Turelio Q(uinti) l(iberto) / Acuto IIIIIIvir(o) / Tureliae Q(uinti) l(ibertae) Hilarae / L(ucio) Turelio Q(uinti) f(ilio) Feroci ann(orum) XXII / Sex(to) Turelio Q(uinti) f(ilio) Veloci D(?)I(?)[---] / [&

HD060631 (Dalmatia)

$](?) / Q(uintus) MaR(?)[cius? ---] / Serg(ia) Itali[cus ---?] / signifer l[eg(ionis) ---] / annor(um) nat(us) XX[---] / stipendiorum X[---] / [&

HD060621 (Dalmatia)

$] / [pro se et] / suis fec(it) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD060620 (Dalmatia)

Sex(to) Publicio / Sex(ti) l(iberto) Secundo / IIIIIIvir(o) / Sex(tus) Publicius / Hesper VIvir libert(us)

HD060606 (Dalmatia)

Iovi Au[gusto] / sacr[um] / colle[g(ium) Aug(ustalium)? s(ub)? c(ura)?] / L(ucio) Pub[licio?] / Diadu[meno] / Aug(ustale) / F(laviale) T(itiale) [N(erviale)? ---]

HD060603 (Dalmatia)

C(aius) Safius Severus aed(ilis) / IIIIvir q(uin)q(uennalis) patr(onus) / col(oniae) simul(acrum) ex s(ua) / p(ecunia) p(osuit)

HD053659 (Dalmatia)

Marturius / memoriam / sibi fecit

HD053469 (Dalmatia)

D(is) M(anibus) s(acrum) / Ti(berius) Cl(audius) Metro/dorus sibi et / suis v(ivus) f(ecit)

HD053460 (Dalmatia)

[D(is)] M(anibus) / [Ati]meti Ulp(i) Me/nophanis Aug(usti) disp(ensatoris) / marito bene me/renti Aelia Ni/ce coniux

HD053379 (Dalmatia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) s(acrum) / P(ublius) Mesceni/us Sever[i]/anus v(otum) / s(olvit) <l>(ibens) m(erito)

HD047786 (Germania superior)

[---] Secundo [---]pti(?) CI[---] / [---] Crescent[inus?] fil(ius) [---]

HD034218 (Dalmatia)

$]l t(estamento) i(ussit) f(ieri) [&?

HD034216 (Dalmatia)

[D(is) M(anibus)] s(acrum) / [---] Rufin(a)e / [coniu]gi in/[compar]abili / [&

HD034215 (Dalmatia)

[Ba]rbarae / [&

HD034212 (Dalmatia)

Umbrio Lu[---] / coniugi in[compa]/rabili qui [vix(it) an]/nis XXXII[---] / Queta po[suit]

HD034174 (Dalmatia)

$] / aedi[l---] / annor[um ---] / Curtiae [---] / anno[rum &

HD034171 (Dalmatia)

P(ublio) Servilio Isaurico / co(n)s(uli) [&

HD034163 (Dalmatia)

I(ovi) O(ptimo) M(aximo) / ae(terno) s(acrum) Valer(ius) / Alexander / ex v(oto) p(osuit) / p(ro?) c(oniuge?) s(ua?)

HD034162 (Dalmatia)

F(ortunae) A(ugustae) s(acrum) / Atilia / Tranquil/la v(otum) s(olvit) / l(ibens) m(erito)

HD032544 (Germania superior)

$] / [---]T(?)is Aug(usti) / disp(ensator) hor(reorum) / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) l(aetus) m(erito)

HD025579 (Germania superior)

[Imp(erator) Caes(ar) divi Vespasiani] f(ilius) Domitianus [Aug(ustus)] G[er(manicus)] p(ontifex) m(aximus) / trib(unicia) pot(estate) XI imp(erator) XXI co(n)s(ul) XV censor perpetuus [pater p]atri[ae] / dedit honestam missionem mi[l(itibus)] l[eg(ionis)] XI C(laudiae) p(iae) f(idelis) probati in eadem [le]gio/ne C(aio) Luccio Telesino C(aio) Suetonio Paullino [et] / L(ucio) Iulio Rufo Capitone co(n)s(ulibus) sub L(ucio) Iavoleno Prisc[o leg(ato) Aug(usti) pr(o) pr(aetore)] / quor[um] nomina su[bscripta sunt] / [---] Q(uinto) Valerio Veg[eto P(ublio) Metili]o N[epote co(n)s(ulibus)] / [------] / [descriptum et rec]og(nitum) [ex t]ab[ula quae fixa est Romae] / [in mu]ro / [po]s[t tem]plum divi Aug(usti) ad Minerv[am]

HD025576 (Germania superior)

$] / |(centuriae) Atestatis / [&

HD025570 (Germania superior)

$] / armoru(m) cus(todi) / XXX

HD024459 (Belgica)

[Hic quie]scit Vi/[--- in] pace fi/[delis, q]ui vixit / [annos] III minus / [die]s XXXVIII nutri/[c]ionis pro ca/ritate titu/lum posuerunt

HD020447 (Germania superior)

L(uci) Pami Hygini ad / aspritu(dinem) crocode[s] // L(uci) Pami Hygini ad / omnem lippitu(dinem) // L(uci) Pami Hygini ad / sedatam diasm(yrnes) // L(uci) Pami Hygini ad / caliginem

HD009215 (Germania superior)

$] / coll[egium negotiatorum] / Cisal[pin(orum) et Transalpin(orum)] / [------]

HD007872 (Germania superior)

[Imp(erator) Caes(ar) --- Au]g(ustus) pon[t(ifex) max(imus) ---] / [--- tri]b(unicia) pot(estate) II i[mp(erator) & // $]nio(?) Patr[uino leg(ato) Aug(usti) pr(o)? pr(aetore)?]

HD002907 (Germania superior)

Cre{i}scent(i) Credani / ad armam(entarium) Agili / Credan[us]

HD002904 (Germania superior)

Q(uinto) Maio milit(i) / leg(ionis) XIII gem(inae) / |(centuriae)(?) Statii(?) Nana(?)

March 19, 2020

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-3758A2 COIN MEDIEVAL

A complete Medieval silver cut farthing, probably of John (1199-1216). Class 5 or early class 6 (based on the lettering), c. 1204-c. 1215 North 1994: 221-222, refs: 968/4-975/2.Obverse: hE[NRICVS REX]; Crowned bust facing with sceptre.Reverse: [ ]·ON·[ ]; Short cross voided with a quatrefoil in each quadrant.Length: 9.1mm; width: 8.8mm. Weight: 0.37g.North, J.J. 1994. English Hammered Coinage, Volume I, Early Anglo Saxon to Henry III, c. 600-1272. Spink & Son, London.

Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

IOW-37CB3A COIN ROMAN

A corroded Roman copper-alloy coin, probably a radiate or nummus dating to the period c. AD 260-402. Unclear reverse type, unclear mint. Obverse: Illegible. Reverse: Illegible.Diameter: 21.8mm. Weight: 3.68g.

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Portable Antiquities Scheme Database: Latest Finds

NMS-397FDA COIN ROMAN

Group of three very worn and corroded Roman Nummi. Further details are illegible, but enough of the portrait survives to see they are not wearing radiate crowns. Circa 294-402.

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NMS-393608 BUCKLE MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy oval buckle frame with an offset, narrowed bar and a straight or ornate outside edge with two knops flanking a recess in which there is a sheet roller with parallel grooves. Cf. Egan and Pritchard 1991, no. 298. Length and width 19.2 and 23mm. 13th - 14th century.

NMS-38FE7B STRAP END MEDIEVAL

Six medieval sheet copper alloy "shield shaped" strap ends, c.1270 - c.1450:- rounded inside edge, notch in each side, two rivets with lozengiform roves, one securing a bar-mount of arched cross-section. 22.8 x 18.3mm. Mount 4.7 x 18.3mm.- shape similar to above, bar-mount and three rivets missing. 20.5 x 18.1mm.- trefoil, two rivets, one with a polygonal rove, other securing a bar-mount of arched cross-section. 19 x 15mm. Mount 4.8 x 15mm.- rounded inside edge, notch in each side, two rivets with square roves, one securing a bar-mount of arched cross-section. 15.1 x 9.3mm. Mount 4.5 x 9.3mm.- angled inside edge, straight sides, one rivet with square rove, outside edge folded forwards in place of a bar-mount, cf. NMS-706AC8. 12 x 5.5mm.- inside edge missing, straight sides, one rivet with lozengiform rove, outside edge folded forwards in place of a bar-mount. Extant length 9mm. Width 8mm.

SF-38ACBA COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman radiate of Divo Claudius II (AD 268-270), dating to AD 270-271 (Reece period 13). [CONSEC]RATIO reverse type depicting altar with front divided into four sections, dot in each section; burning flame above. Mint unclear.

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NMS-38A1C6 STRAP FITTING MEDIEVAL

Sheet copper alloy folding end, length 7.7mm, from a strap clasp, wrapped around a separate roller of a composite frame. There is no bar-mount nor hole for the securing of one, cf. Egan and Pritchard 1991 nos 564-6. Width of frame as evidenced by the roller 16.4mm. Mid 14th - mid 15th century.

NMS-38793D STUD MEDIEVAL

Two medieval copper alloy riveted studs, 13th - 15th century:- globular head (diameter 4.5mm), with circular-sectioned shank firmly attached to a rectangular sheet rove. Length 9.2mm.- sub-conical head (diameter 7.2mm) with convex top decorated with punched dots, and an incomplete collar above sub-circular-sectioned shank. Length 11mm.

SF-384271 COIN MEDIEVAL

An incomplete silver Medieval cut halfpenny probably of Henry III (AD 1216-1272), short voided cross, probably class 7, probably dating to AD 1217-1242. Mint and moneyer unclear.

NMS-37EEF6 COIN ROMAN

Extremely worn Roman silver denarius of Mark Anthony. Obverse: [ANT AVG] above and IIIVIRRP [C] below; galley right. Reverse: [...] below; Legionary eagle (aquila) between two standards. 30-31BC.These coins were struck by Mark Antony for the use of his fleet and legions when he was preparing for the struggle with Octavius, which culminated in the Battle of Actium on the 2nd of September, 31 BC (Grueber, 1970, 526).

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SF-38234A COIN ROMAN

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

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SF-379207 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine (AD 307-361), probably dating to AD 330-335 (Reece Period 17). [GLORIA EXERCITVS] reverse type depicting [two soldiers] holding shield and spear; probably two standards between them. Mint unclear.

OXON-37879B TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A very worn Post-Medieval copper alloy trade token farthing issued by Richard Groves of Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire dating to AD 1664 on the token. Williamson Oxfordshire 63 (Williamson 1891, 927).

NMS-374C14 JETTON POST MEDIEVAL

Copper alloy cut Medieval to Post Medieval French jetton. The fragment appears to be one quarter of a ship penny jetton. One face shows the tip of a lozenge containing a fleur de lis and the other the waves supporting the ship. See Mitchener, M. Jetons, Medalets & Tokens, The Medieval Period and Nuremberg V.1 (1988).  p365-376. Circa AD1490-1550.

OXON-362ADA TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

A chipped but nearly complete Post-Medieval copper alloy trade token farthing issued by Edmund Rowbright of Chipping Norton dating to AD 1648-1672. Williamson Oxfordshire 71. (Williamson 1891, 927).The token is slightly bent into a very shallow U-shape and is chipped around much of its circumference.

OXON-3663C3 TOKEN POST MEDIEVAL

An incomplete Post-Medieval copper alloy trade token farthing issued by Andrew White of Witney dating to AD 1667 on the token. Williamson Oxfordshire 245. (Williamson 1891, 938).The coin has a large segment missing between 7 and 4 o'clock as seen from the obverse.

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SF-3767F6 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine (AD 307-361), dating to AD 347-348 (Reece Period 17). [VICTORIAE DD AVGGQ NN] reverse type depicting two Victories facing eachother, holding wreaths; probably letter D between them. Probably mint of Trier.

SF-374916 COIN ROMAN

An incomplete copper-alloy Roman nummus of the House of Constantine (AD 307-361), dating to AD 335-340 (Reece Period 17). [GLORIA EXERCITVS] reverse type depicting two soldiers  holding shield and spear; one standard between them. Mint unclear.

SF-371CEB COIN ROMAN

A copper-alloy Roman nummus of Gratian (AD 367-383), dating to AD 367-375 (Reece Period 19). [GLORIA NOVI SAECVLI] reverse type depicting Emeperor standing facing, holding shield and standard; OF I[II] across the field. Mint of Arles

NMS-370529 STRAP FITTING MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy belt fitting, a circular pendent loop with a collared knop, similar to Egan and Pritchard 1991, no. 1192. Height 16.6mm. Width 11.3mm. 14th century.

NMS-3652E1 COIN POST MEDIEVAL

Silver Post-Medieval sovereign penny of Henry VIII. Durham mint. Trefoil initial mark with initials TW (Bishop Thomas Wolsey) flanking shield. North 1811, S2352. Circa 16th-17th C.

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Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F031336

Misery-Courtion, Misery ; AE: 1973, 0360; 1992, 1271.; other literature: T. Zawadzki, AnnFr 50, 1969/70, 5-11; Foto u. Zeichnung.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Publikationen: Letzte Änderungen

B003595

Zawadzki, T.: L'inscription votive de Misery en l'honneur de Mercurius Augustus et la repartition de ce culte dans l'Empire romain.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Fotos: Letzte Änderungen

F031335

Misery-Courtion, Misery ; AE: 1973, 0360; 1992, 1271.; other literature: T. Zawadzki, AnnFr 50, 1969/70, 5-11; Foto u. Zeichnung.

F030195

Bingium / Bingen/Rhein ; AE: 1979, 0418.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, MZ 73/74, 1978/79, 367, Nr. b.

F030194

Bingium / Bingen/Rhein ; AE: 1979, 0418.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, MZ 73/74, 1978/79, 367, Nr. b.

F030193

Bingium / Bingen/Rhein ; AE: 1979, 0418.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, MZ 73/74, 1978/79, 367, Nr. b.

F030192

Bingium / Bingen/Rhein ; AE: 1979, 0418.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, MZ 73/74, 1978/79, 367, Nr. b.

F030191

Bingium / Bingen/Rhein ; AE: 1979, 0418.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, MZ 73/74, 1978/79, 367, Nr. b.

F030190

Bingium / Bingen ; AE: 1979, 0417.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, MZ 73/74, 1978/79, 367, Nr. a.

F030189

Bingium / Bingen ; AE: 1979, 0417.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, MZ 73/74, 1978/79, 367, Nr. a.

F030188

Bingium / Bingen ; AE: 1979, 0417.; other literature: U. Schillinger-Häfele, MZ 73/74, 1978/79, 367, Nr. a.

Epigraphische Datenbank Heidelberg: Inschriften: Letzte Änderungen

HD081848 (Germania superior)

$]IO[---] / [---]ONT[& // $ s]ibi fe[cit ---] / [---]io Cori[&

HD081847 (Germania superior)

$]R OFE[& // $]ROA[---] / [---]VRN[&

HD081846 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / [&

HD081845 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / [&

HD081844 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / [&

HD081843 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Cassiae / Spiniae

HD081842 (Germania superior)

$]lis IIIIIIvir / [---] et suis fecit / [---]I(?)[---]

HD081841 (Germania superior)

Dis Mani/bus L(uci) Iuli / Chi(i) / Crescens / Iuliorum / disp(ensator) fil(io) / et / Paullinus / contrascriba

HD081840 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Samoci/no Comi[---] / fil(io) / Ianua/rius f(ilius) / p(onendum) c(uravit)

HD081839 (Moesia inferior)

$] / [---]VE / [------] / V(?)[---]OR[--] / [p]ro salut(e) suam(!) et / suorum votu[m] // posui<t>

HD081837 (Germania superior)

$ B]ellognati [---] / [---] h(---) [&

HD081829 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) // Isur(ia) Flav(ae) / Mercuri/na lib(erta) // p(onendum) c(uravit)

HD080351 (Germania superior)

[D(is)] M(anibus) / L(uci) Cr[ass]ici Cor/bulon[i]s IIIIIIvir(i) / Augg(ustalium) P[u]bli Prim/us et Seccalus / fili(i) e[i]us ponen/du[m c]uraver/[u]nt

HD063720 (Germania superior)

[---]ae Va[---] / [---] Indus mar[ito? ---]

HD053570 (Germania superior)

$] / mil(es?) leg(ionis) XXI / ann(orum) [&

HD047791 (Germania superior)

D(is) M(anibus) / Sanu/aco

HD047788 (Germania superior)

$] / Iamma(?) [---] / sibi e[t] / Caelin[ae?] / u[xor]i(?)

HD011183 (Germania superior)

Mer[curio] / Au[g(usto)] / ReG(?)[---] / M[---] / v(otum) s(olvit) l(ibens) m(erito)

HD008158 (Germania superior)

Imp(eratore) Caes(are) L(ucio) Septi/mio Severo Pio / Pertinac(e) Aug(usto) Ara/bico Adiabenico / Parthico Maxi/mo p(atre) p(atriae) co(n)s(ule) III et / Imp(eratore) Caes(are) M(arco) Aure/lio Antonino / Augusto Pio [[et P(ublio) Sep]]/t[[imio Geta Caes(are)]] / a col(onia) Aug(usta) Tr(everorum) leug(ae) / XLVIII

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[Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) divi] / Tra[iani Par]/thici [f(ilio) div]i Ne/rvae ne[po]ti Tr[a]/iano H[a]driano / Aug(usto) pontif(ici) max(imo) / trib(unicia) potest(ate) V / [co(n)s(uli) III] p(atri) p(atriae) / a col(onia) Aug(usta) [mil(ia)] / LXXII

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NMS-26CF06 STRAP FITTING MEDIEVAL

Eleven medieval copper alloy strap fittings, bar-mounts with, unless otherwise stated, two rivet holes countersunk on the reverse, c.1150 - c.1450:- slightly convex front face, one rivet with incomplete rove,  4.5 x 9mm.- arched cross-section, one rivet with square rove, 4.5 x 11.2mm.- slightly convex front face, 4 x 11.3mm.- D-sectioned as Egan and Pritchard 1991 no. 1138, 4.8 x 14.2mm.- slightly convex front face, rivets missing, 4 x 15.3mm.- groove parallel with front and rear long edges along both of which is very fine pelleting, one rivet missing, holes not countersunk, 6 x 16.1mm.- groove parallel with front and rear long edges along both of which is very fine pelleting, median rib and central round apertures, one rivet missing, 6.2 x 15.5mm.- D-sectioned as ibid. no. 1138, 4.8 x 19mm.- terminal and central lobes, six longitudinal and ten transverse engraved lines on domed central lobe, one rivet missing, 9 x 16.2mm.- terminal and central lobes, round aperture in central, similar to ibid. no.1154, rivets missing, 32.5 x 9.5mm.- sheet, hollow-backed, similar to ibid. no. 1148 but with a central aperture punched from the front, rivet missing, 6.7 x 13.6mm

NMS-26508D BOOK FITTING MEDIEVAL

Medieval copper alloy book fitting of Howsam 2016 Type A.7.1, two rectangular sheet plates of the same size secured by two rivets and with a central round hole. Rocker-arm engraving follows one short edge of one plate. This class of object was formerly identified as a type of strap fitting, a rectangular strap plate (Egan and Pritchard 1991, 226-7). Length and width 25.5 and 13.5mm. Hole diameter 3mm. The space between the plates is inconsistent because of compression. Mid 14th - early 16th century.

NMS-25D8E7 NAIL CLEANER ROMAN

Parts of two Roman sheet copper alloy probable nail cleaners, mid 1st - 2nd century:- very small suspension hole (diameter 2mm) in the centre of a slightly bent rounded top below which there is a neck formed by a pair of side notches. These mark the start of a long straight-sided blade which tapers to a recent break. The bifid operative end has been lost. Both faces of the blade are engraved with a pair of lines which converge at a point above the break. The spaces between them and the edges are filled with rocker-arm engraving. The abraded condition makes this decoration very difficult to make out. Crummy 1983 Type 2a. Extant length 47.5mm. Width 4.8 - 9.3mm.- top part missing, with the sides expanding a short distance below the old break before descending to the bifid end. On both faces both edges are followed by an engraved. Extant length 25mm. Width 8 - 2.4mm.