Britannia XXXVI (2005) Index

Main Articles

A New Flavian Militay Site at Roecliffe, North YorkshireM.C. Bishop135
The South Gate and Defences of Venta Icenorum: Professor Atkinson's Excavations 1930 and 1934Sheppard Frere311
Iron Age Coinage and Settlement in East KentDavid Holman1
Roman Fort Environs in North-West WalesDavid Hopewell225
Animal Remains from Temples in Roman BritainAnthony King329
A Pre-A.D.43 Ditch at Fishbourne Roman Palace, ChichesterJohn Manley & David Rudkin55
Inscriptions from Alchester: Vespasian's Base of the Second Augustan Legion (?)Eberhard W. Sauer101
Modular Planning in First-Century A.D. Romano-British Auxiliary FOrtsC.V. Walthew271

Notes

A Possible Late ROman Silver 'Hoard' from Bath by James Gerrard (371)
The Varian Disaster and the Boudiccan Revolt: Fabled Victories? by Giles Standing (373)
A Fragment of a Military Diploma for Pannonia Found in Northern England? by (375)

Roman Britain in 2004

I Sites Explored
by B.C. Burnham, F. Hunter & A.P. Fitzpatrick (383)

II Finds Reported under the Portable Antiquities Scheme
by Sally Worrell (447)

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III Inscriptions
by R.S.O. Tomlin & M.W.C. Hassall (473)

MONUMENTAL

  1. Canterbury/Durovernum Cattle Auction Yard, Market Way (TR 1501 5885): marble funeraru plaque found face-down over male inhumation burial in 2004: VC[...]R[...]NVMIV ‌ FILORACO ‌ NTISSIM ♦ VI. p.473
  2. Gloucester/Glevum 118-120 London Road (SO 843 189): oolitic limestone tombstone with reclining figure at funeral banquet found in 2004 about 10m from next item: M[A]RTIALIS ‌ C[...]LONI ♦ SERV[...] ‌ [...]O ♦ XIIII ‌ [...] E. p.474/5
  3. Gloucester/Glevum ibid.: rectangular oolitic limestone tombstone found 10m from previous item in 2004: L ♦ OCTAVI ‌ L ♦ POL ‌ MARTIALIS ‌ EPOREDIA ‌ M ♦ LEG XX. pp.476/7
  4. Alchester Oxfordshire (SP 570 203): gabled limestone tombstone in 20 fragments found re-used in the town wall N. of the W. gate in 2003: DIS MANIBVS ‌ L ♦ VAL ♦ L ♦ POL ♦ GEMI ‌ NVS ♦ FOR ♦ GERM ‌ VET ♦ LEG [ ♦ I]I AVG ‌ AN [ ♦ ] L H ♦ S ♦ E ‌ H E ♦ C ♦ ‌ ET. p.478
  5. Alchester Ibid.: limestone slab fragment found in 2003 near previous item: D[...] ‌ [...]. p.478
  6. Chester/Deva Chester Business Park, Wrexham Road (SJ 39300 62860): fragment of inscribed slate found in silt layer above Roman building in 2003: [...]A[...] ‌ [...]V[...]. p.478
  7. Heronbridge W. bank of River Dee (SJ 4105 6350): red sandstone tombstone fragment found in a sub-Roman cemetery in 2004: D M ‌ IVSTΛ DO[...] ‌ [...]TI ♦ [...]. p.479
  8. Chester/Cilurnum Northumberland (NY 913 700): buff sandstone slab fragment found in 2004: [...]MDOL[...] ‌ [..]AVG ♦ SAC[...] ‌ [...]ACENTA[...] ‌ [...]MMACHAR[...] ‌ [...]TEMPLI[...] ‌ [...]INSTITVEROM[...] ‌ [...]MOETAQVI[...] (poss. dated A.D.286). pp.480/81
  9. Hadrian's Wall providence unknown: buff sandstone building stone found c.1956: 7CVD ‌ IΛNΛ. p.482
  10. Scottish Borders provenance unknown but probably Risingham: small gray sandstone altar moved to Abbotsford c. 1812-1832: [...]RVBRIV[S] ‌ SVCCESSV[S] ‌ NYMPHABVS ‌ V ♦ S ♦ L ♦ M. p.482
  11. Langwathby Cumbria [Westmorland] (NY5430): upper part of cylindrical milestone of yellowish sandstone found in 1993 2km NNE of Brougham Castle (Brocavum): IMP ♦ CAES ♦ M ♦ AVR ♦ ‌ SEV ♦ ALEXANDRO ‌ P ♦ F ♦ AVG ♦ PONT ♦ ‌ MAX ♦ TR ♦ P ♦ II ♦ COS ♦ ‌ PCOS ♦ P ♦ P ♦ C ♦ CAR ♦ ‌ LVG ♦ M ♦ P ♦ XVIIII. p.482

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

  1. Papcastle/Derventio Roman fort vicus (NY 1103 3146): six oval lead seals of Ala I Tungrorum found unstratified in 2004: obverse: ALE TV ‌ NG; reverse: OLVS ‌ *D*. p.487
  2. Ibid.: obverse: ALE TV ‌ N[G]; reverse: [...]AS ‌ [...]S. p.487
  3. Ibid.: obverse: ALE TV ‌ NG; reverse: ASP ‌ *D. p.488
  4. Ibid.: obverse: ALE TV ‌ NG; reverse: MA[...] ‌ *[...]. p.488
  5. Ibid.: obverse: ALE TV ‌ NG; reverse: ASP ‌ *D. p.488
  6. Ibid.: obverse: AIT. p.489