Britannia XXXII (2001) Index

Main Articles

Cunobelin's SilverPhilip De Jersey1
The Roman Invasion of A.D.43Sheppard Frere & Michael Fulford45!
The Roman Villa at Cotterstock, NorthamptonshireStephen G. Upex57
Evidence for Romano-British Brooch Production at Old Buckenham, NorfolkJustine Bayley, D.F. Mackreth & Heather Wallace93
The Occurrence of Roman Brick and Tile in Churches of the London BasinJohn F. Potter119
Roman Seasonal Wetland Pasture Exploitation near Nash, on the Gwent Levels, WalesF.M. Meddens & M. Beasley143
Vindolanda and the Dating of Roman FootwearCarol Van Driel-Murray185
Links with the Past: Pervasive 'Ritual' Behaviour in Roman BritainMichael Fulford199
Seasonal Dining-Rooms in Romano-British HousesStephen R. Cosh219
Attacotti, Deisi and Magnus Maximus: the Case for Irish Federates in Late Roman BritainPhilip Rance243

Notes

Branodunum on the Saxon Shore (North Norfolk): a Local Orgin for the Building Material by J.R.L. Allen, M.G. Fulford & A.F. Pearson (271)
RIB 414: a 'New' Early Garrison for a Welsh Auxiliary Fort by J.L.Davies (275)
Two Pewter Bowls from a Mire in South Wales by Caroline earwood, H.E.M. Cool & Peter Northover (279)
The Ravenna Cosmography and North Britain Between the Walls by S.S. Frere (286)
Timing Devices, Fermentation Vessels, 'Ritual' Piercings? A Consideration of Deliberately 'Holed' Pots from Silchester and Elsewhere by Michael Fulford & Jane Timby (293)
Two Romano-British Reliefs from Ancaster in Lincolnshire by Martin Henig & Jean Bagnall Smith (297)
The Location of Roman Coccium? by E. Waddelove (299)
A Possible Roman Small Town att Sansom's Platt, Tackley, Oxon. by Helen Winton (304)

Roman Britain in 2000

I - Sites Explored
by B.C. Burnham, L.J.F. Keppie & A.P. Fitzpatrick (311)

WALES

BRIDGEND (1) Mawdlam, Ty Cinlais (SS 8079 8187): p.312.

CARMARTHENSHIRE - (1) Carmarthen/Moridunum, Priory Street substantial occupation evidence (SN 4155 2025): p.312.

CEREDIGION - (1) Penllwyn-Trawscoed Roman road (SN 650806 - SN671727): pp.312/3; (2) Erglodd Roman road (SN 6531 9050 - SN 6536 9036): p.313.

GWYNEDD - (1) Pennal, Cefn Caer, magnetometric survey (SH 705001): p.313 & fig.2 p.314.

MONMOUTHSHIRE - (1) Caerwent/Venta Silurum, Vine Tree Cottage (ST 469905): p.313; (2) Monmouth, occupation and metalworking debris (a) Monmouth School (SO 5090 1272), (b) 1-3 Monnow Bridge (SO 5042 1251), (c) St James' Garage (SO 509129), (d) Dixton Mound (SO 5178 1475), (e) Great Osbaston Farm (SO 498144): pp.313/5.

NEATH PORT TALBOT - (1) Neath/Nidum fort (SS 7473 9781): p.315.

NEWPORT - (1) Caerleon/Isca Silurum, 1st-4th C. occupation debris (a) Broadway (ST 3368 9035), (b) 12 Church Street (ST 339907): p.315; (2) Caerleon, Millmead, fieldwalking (ST 3431 9101): p.315; (3) Caerleon, Lodge Wood Camp, Roman activity (ST 323914): pp.315/6; (4) Bulmore, Little Bulmore Farm, Roman occupation (ST 356914): pp.316/7 & fig.3; (5) Lower Machen, (a) geophysical survey S of A468 (ST 228877), (b) The Toll House (ST 2272 8793): p.317.

PEMBROKESHIRE - (1) Newton North, hoard of 28 silver coins: p.317.

SWANSEA - (1) Bonymaen, 176-200 Cefn Road, Roman road (SS 6842 9551): p.317; (2) Gorseinon, 146 Loughor Road, Roman road (SN 565970): p.318.

VALE OF GLAMORGAN - (1) Barry, Cold Knap (ST 1010 6650): p.318; (2) Fonmon Castle Wood, Rhoose, Roman occupation (ST 0445 6822): p.318; (3) Nurston, Rhoose, I-A & R-B features (ST 0548 6755): p.318; (4) Romano-British Lowland Settlement Survey, Roman occupation evidence (a) Font-y-Gary (ST 0454 6621), (b) Fonmon Home Farm (ST 0449 6724), (c) Model Farm, Rhoose (ST 0810 6755), (d) West Ridge, Porthkerry (ST 0850 6720), (e) Port Road, East Aberthaw (ST 0330 6660): p.318.

SCOTLAND

NORTH OF THE ANTONINE WALL

MORAY - (1) Birnie, Elgin, milti-period site (NJ 210585): p.319.

PERTH AND KINROSS - (1) Peel watch-tower (NO 060232): p.319; (2) Shielhill North watch-tower and road (NN 856122): p.319 & fig.4 p.320.

THE ANTONINE WALL

FALKIRK - (1) Tamfourhill, (a) Military Way (NS 8523 7975), (b) titulus of temporary-camp N gate (NS 8595 7955), (c) cobbled surface in camp interior (NS 8583 7959), (d) Antonine ditch (NS 8571 7984): pp.319/20.

WEST DUNBARTONSHIRE - (1) Cleddans Farm, Duntocher, Military Way (NS 505723): pp.320/21.

SOUTH OF THE ANTONINE WALL

CITY OF EDINBURGH - (1) Cramond fort (NT 190767): p.321.

EAST LOTHIAN - (1) Inveresk fort (NT 344721): p.321; (2) Traprain Law hillfort (NT 580746): p.321.

SOUTH LANARKSHIRE - (1) Redshaw Burn fortlet, lead sheeting from water tank (NT 030139): p.322.

DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY - (1) Botel Bailey multi-period site (NX 819616): p.322.

SCOTTISH BORDERS - (1) St Leonard's, Lauder, marching-camp geophysical survey (NT 550455): p.322.

ENGLAND

HADRIAN'S WALL

SOUTH TYNESIDE - South Shields/Arbeia ...

...

II - Inscriptions
by R.S.O. Tomlin & M.W.C. Hassall (387)

MONUMENTAL

  1. Dover/Dubris Classis Britannica forts(TR 318414): miniature altar of limestone from Period II barracks (AD 163/5-180), text in cursive script: DEAE S... p.387.
  2. Dover/Dubris Classis Britannica forts, burial ground site (TR 318414): fragment of white marble slab: ... ...S... ... p.387.
  3. Dover/Dubris Classis Britannica forts, School Yard site (TR 318414): copper-alloy letter fragment: A or V p.387.
  4. Bath/Aquae Sulis, Somerset (ST 7506 6474), limestone fragment from beneath pump-room in 1981: ... ...V.... pp.387/8.
  5. Colchester/Camulodunum, Essex, Lion Walk (TL 998251): copper-alloy letter found 1971-74 in Period V pit (c.100-350AD): A p.388.
  6. Colchester/Camulodunum, Middleborough (TL 993256): silver coated bronze letter, found 1978 in 18th C. brick structure, possibly not Roman: L. p.388.
  7. Harlow, Essex (TL 468123): four fragments of marble panel found 1984-9 in Romano-British temple: (a) I... C...; (b) ...A (or M); (c) ...; (d) .... p.388.
  8. Great Chesterford, Essex (TL 5143 4360): two copper-alloy letters found in 1983-88 & 1978 at Roman temple site: D & M. p.388.
  9. Hockwold cum Wilton, Norfolk, Leylands Farm (TL7388): copper-alloy letter 1957 on Roman temple site: L. p.388.
  10. Alchester area, Oxfordshire (SP5720): copper-alloy letter found c.1998: V. pp.388/9.
  11. Wood Eaton, Oxfordshire (SP 537126): bronze letter fragment, 1963 on temple site: A. p.389.
  12. Caerwent/Venta Silurum, Monmouthshire (ST4690): stone fragments from 1899-1913 excavations: [...] ‌ [.]PTE or [.]PT ‌ [.]NA ‌ [...]. p.389.
  13. Caerleon/Isca Silurum, Monmouthshire (ST 3465 9010): red-sandstone slab fragment, found 1997 to E of River Usk: [...]XII[...]. p.389.
  14. Bardsey, West Yorks, Hechell Wood (SE 376424): quarry-face inscription: CRVTC ‌ VS. p.389 & fig.1.
  15. Carlisle/Luguvalium, Cumbria, Castle Way (NY 3974 5614): top of red-sandstone altar found in 2000 re-used in foundations of building dated to 2nd half of 4th C. opposite the principia: ASCLEPIO ‌ [...]. p.390 & fig.2.
  16. Carlisle/Luguvalium, Cumbria, Castle Way (NY 3974 5614): red-sandstone building stone, found in situ in E wall of principia (late-2nd / early-3rd C.): LEG VI. pp.390/91 & fig.3.
  17. South Shields/Arbeia, Tyne & Wear (NZ 366679): buff-sandstone building stone, found 1999 in wall of 3rd C. barrack-block: MON ‌ [.]ΛNVS. p.391 & fig.4.
  18. Benwell/Condercum area, Tyne & Wear (NZ2164): copper-alloy ansate plaque with dot-punched text: DEO ‌ HERCVLL ‌ MARVSTRIB ‌ LEGXX ‌ FEC. p.392.
  19. Carvoran/Magnis, Northumberland (NY6665): buff-sandstone slab fragment, found 1982/3 re-used in field wall: [...] ‌ [...]S VI. p.392.
  20. Hadrian's Wall, provenance unknown: ansate votive plaque of brass, found in 1950's ploughing S of Wall, dot-punched text: MARTI ‌ TOVIATL ‌ S VINOMA ‌ V L S. p.392.
  21. Birrens/Blatobulgium, Dumfriesshire (NY2175), red-sandstone slab fragment, 1994 at Hoddom (NY 167729), about 5km WSW of fort: [...]IR A[...] ‌ [...]P[...]‌[...]. p.393.

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

  1. GREATER LONDON Southwark, Borough High Street (TQ 3261 8000): black basalt cube (c.14 mm³) found in 2000 on the floor of a 2nd C. workshop, incremental number of letters on each face: P • VA • EST • ORTI • VRBIS • ITALIA. p.397 & plate.xix.