Britannia XXXI (2000) Index

Patricia Gilbert (1929-1999) ix

Main Articles

Sentius Saturninus and the Roman Invasion of BritainE.W. Black1!
The Stanegate: a Frontier RehabilitatedN. Hodgson11!
M. Maenius Agrippa, the Expeditio Britannica and MaryportS.S. Frere23!
The Significance of Snake Jewellery HoardsH.E.M. Cool29
Egyptian Amphorae in Britain and the Western ProvincesRoberta Tomber & Davis Williams41
Legio XX VV and Tile Production at Tarbock, MerseysideVivien G. Swan & Robert A. Philpott55!
The Romano-British Exploitation of Coastal Wetlands: Survey and Excavation on the North Somerset Levels, 1993-7Stephen Rippon69
Excavations at Quidney Farm, Saham Toney, Norfolk 1995Sarah Bates201
Excavation of the Roman Temporary Camps at Dullatur, North LanarkshireC.E. Lowe & R. Moloney239*
Excavations of the Gask Frontier Tower and Temporary Camp at Blackhill Wood, Ardoch, Perth & KinrossB.D. Glendinning & A.J. Dunwell255*
Mosaics and Room Function: the Evidence from some Fourth-century Romano-British VillasPatricia Witts291
Barbarians in Gaul, Usurpers in BritainMichael Kulikowski325

Notes

A Note on the 'Civitas' and 'Polis' Names of Scotland: an Alternative Approach by Robert Conquest (347)
A Limitatio of Icenian Territory by Sheppard Frere (350)
Human Remains from the North Gate, Silchester: an 'Early' and a 'Late' Radiocarbon Date from the City by Michael Fulford (356)
A Sceptre-head for the Matres Cult and Other Objects from West Berkshire by ???? (358)
A Roman Relief of Mercury and Minerva from Aldsworth, Gloucestershire by Martin Henig, Robert Cleary & Philip Purser (362)
A Bronze Figurine of Hercules from St Paul's Churchyard, London by Julie reynolds (363)
The Backs of Roman Spoons in Britain by David Sherlock (365)

Roman Britain in 2002

I - Sites Explored
by B.C. Burnham, L.J.F. Keppie & A.S. Esmonde-Cleary (372)

WALES

CARDIFF - (1) Cardiff Castle, 1st/2nd C. pottery (ST 1808 7667): p.372.

CARMARTHENSHIRE - (1) Carmarthen/Moridunum, Priory Street, occupation in SW part of Roman town (SN 41652025): p.372; (2) Pumsaint, Cricket Field, geophysical survey (SN 656405): pp.372/3 & fig.2.

CONWY - (1) Cerrigydrudion, possible Roman fort (SH 9595 4854): p.372.

ISLE OF ANGLESEY - (1) Cefn Cwmwd, late prehistoric-early-Roman settlement (SH 4355 7414): p.374; (2) Gaerwen, Cefn Du, late prehistoric settlement (SH 4908 7233): p.374; (3) Glyn, Llanbedrgoch, Roman period activity (SH 519810): p.374; (4) Melin y Plas, prehistoric and Roman occupation (SH 3493 7701): p.374.

MONMOUTHSHIRE - (1) Abergavenny/Gobannium, Castle Street Car Park (SO 2984 1403): pp.374/5; (2) Abernant, Kemys Inferior, Caerleon-Usk road (ST 3699 9179): p.375; (3) Caerwent/Venta Silurum, The Laurels (ST 471905): p.375; (4) Llanvaches, Five Lanes Roman villa (ST 447912): p.375; (5) Monmouth, Roman activity, (a) Overmonnow Vicarage (SO 503124), (b) Rockfield Road 'New Town' Development (SO 495132), (c) The Victoria Dairy, Overmonnow (SO 5019 1245): p.375; (6) Portskewett, New School Development, Roman pottery sherds (SO 4983 8833): pp.375/6; (7) Rogiet, Manor Farm Housing Development (ST 4650 8795): p.376; (8) Usk/Burrium, 64-72 Maryport Street (SO 3776 0057): p.376; (9) Wyndcliff, geophysical survey of RB rectilinear building (ST 5279 9763): p.376.

NEWPORT - (1) Basseleg, Croes-carn-einion Roman villa (ST 2572 8639): p.376; (2) Bishton, Greenmoor Arch (ST 400866): p.376; (3) Bulmore, Ysgubor Newydd Farm, R-B settlement, road & cemetery (ST 356914): pp.376/7; (4) Caerleon/Isca, structural remains: (a) Ambulance Station (St 471905), (b) 50 Mill Street (ST 3409 [sic] 9075), (c) 84 Mill Street (ST 328908): p.377; (5) Goldcliff, Hill Farm (ST 368825): pp.377/8; (6) Lower Machen, 2nd C. pottery (ST 2272 8782): p.378; (7) Wentlooge Levels, Cardiff-Newport Interceptor Sewer and Waste Water Treatment Works (ST 2317 7799 - ST 2880 8154): p.378.

POWYS - (1) Llanhamlach, hoard of 46 coins: p.378; (2) Penydarren-Brecon Gaer Roman road (SN9916), (a) Pen Milan (SO 001237-SN 993224), (b) Taf fawr (SN 988180-SN 987177): p.378.

SWANSEA - (1) Loughor, St David's Church (SS 5752 9814): p.378.

VALE OF GLAMORGAN - (1) Cowbridge, 1-3 Westgate Street (ST 998745): p.378; (2) Llanbethery, Llancarfan, suspected Villa (ST 0355 7023): p.379; (3) Monkash, New Mill Farm (SS 9155 6980): p.379.

SCOTLAND

NORTH OF THE ANTONINE WALL

MORAY - (1) Birnie, Elgin (NJ 210 585): p.379.

PERTH AND KINROSS - (1) Glenbank fortlet (NN 812057): p.379; (2) East Mid Lamberkin (NO 074 225): pp.379/80 & fig.4; (3) Peel watch-tower, resistivity survey (NO 060232): pp.379/80; (4) Upper Cairnie (NO 038 192): p.380; (5) Bertha fort, samian/coarse pottery & lead lamp-holder (NO 097268): pp.380/81; (6) Dalginross fort, samian/coarse pottery & a dolabra (NN 772210): p.381.

STIRLING - (1) Drumquhassle fort (NS 484876): p.381; (2) Doune fort (NS 727013): pp.381/2 & fig.4.

ANTONINE WALL

FALKIRK - (1) Nether Kinneil (NS 965799): p.381; (2) Mumrills fort (NS 917794): p.381; (3) Laurieston, Mary Square, Antonine ditch (NS 910795): pp.382/3; (4) Allandale, Underwood Loch, Antonine ditch (NS 804789): p.383.

EAST DUNBARTONSHIRE - (1) Auchendavy fort (NS 678750): p.383.

CITY OF GLASGOW - (1) Balmuildy fort (NS 581717): p.383.

WEST DUNBARTONSHIRE - (1) Duntocher, Chapel Road (NS 490728): p.383; (2) Old Kilpatrick fort (NS 460731): p.383.

SOUTH OF THE ANTONINE WALL

EAST LOTHIAN - (1) Inveresk fort (NT 344721, 344719, 345720 & 341720): p.384; (2) Traprain Law hillfort (NT 582746): p.384.

SCOTTISH BORDERS - (1) Lyne fort (NT 190406): p.384; (2) Dere Street, Oxnam (NT 719198): p.384; (3) Kingsmeadows, Peebles, statuette of Jupiter (NT 260399): p.384; (4) Wolflee, Roxburgh, trumpet brooch (NT 591089): p.384.

ENGLAND

HADRIAN'S WALL

SOUTH TYNESIDE - (1) South Shields/Arbeia ...

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II - Inscriptions
by R.S.O. Tomlin & M.W.C. Hassall (433)

MONUMENTAL

  1. Greater London, Greenwich Park (TQ 3929 7742): marble slab fragment found in 1999 on site of possible Roman temple: ...MIN... ‌ ...PILIV... ‌ ...CVS. p.433.
  2. Wool, New Buildings, Dorset (SY 838856): top-right fragment of local limestone slab, found face-down in a field where other Roman remains have turned-up; Dated on stylistic grounds to the Antonine period.: ...M ‌ ...VNDVS ‌ ...IRALIS ‌ .... pp.433/4 & fig.1.
  3. Turkdean, Gloucestershire (SP0919): oolitic limestone block found in 1998 re-used in wall of Roman villa: FIL. pp.434/5 & fig.2.
  4. Maryport/Alauna, Golf Club, Cumbria (NY 049384): three fragments of red-sandstone slab found in the early 1950's: ...M ♠ ‌ ...IMI ‌ ...V ♠ ‌ .... p.435.
  5. Hadrian's Wall, mile[castle]? 22, 500 m W of Portgate, Northumberland (NY 993687): buff-sandstone ansate building stone found in 1999 on S side of Military Way.: COH VIII ‌ > HELLENI. p.436 & fig.3.
  6. Chesterholm/Vindolanda, Northumberland (NY 771663): buff-sandstone voussior, re-used in Room#9 of the 4th C. praetorium: VI.... pp.436/7 & fig.4.
  7. ibid.: buff-sandstone slab fragment used to repair E wall of fort: D M.... p.437.
  8. ibid.: buff-sandstone building-stone found in 1995, carved with lines and arcs; no text.
  9. Carvoran/Magnis, Northumberland (NY 665657): buff-sandstone altar basefound in 1987 in a modern garden wall: ... ‌ ENVS SF.... p.437.
  10. ibid.: half a building-stone found in 1983 in modern field wall: ...XII. p.437.
  11. ibid.: buff-sandstone slab fragment, found in early-1980's in modern field wall.: ΛM... ‌.... p.437.

INSTRVMENTVM DOMESTICVM
only items of military or special note are listed here

  1. KENT Dover/Dubris, Townwall Street (TR 3223 4143): fragment of box-flue tile found 1995 in post-Roman context.: CLBR. p.440.
  2. ibid.: fragment of an imbrex tile found with #26.: ...BR. p.440.
  1. LONDON Greenwich Park (TQ 3929 7742): four fragments of brick/tile found 1999 on site of possible Roman temple, together bearing impressed stamp: PPBRLON. p.442.