5 edition of Excavation of a traverse of Margidunum found in the catalog.
|Statement||University of Nottingham|
|Publishers||University of Nottingham|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
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Magilton A Romano-Celtic temple and settlement at Grimstock Hill, Coleshill, Warwickshire. The samian bowls with internal moulding like this example usually date to the late first century but the form of the vessel, apart from this feature suggests a date in the early second century. 1981 Terra nigra — Type wares from Chester. Nottingham University Museum Photo: Robin Aldworth.
Published for the York Archaeological Trust by the Council for British Archaeology M. C HULL TRANS - Psychology and Alchemy : JUNG, C. 2 held by Nottinghamshire Sites and Monuments Records. They have combed arcs and lines on their bodies perhaps to improve grip while lifting. Roman roof tiles, showing how they were used. BB1 necked jar with acute lattice burnish, Gillam 1976 nos 1-2, early-mid-second century. BB1 plain rim dish, Gillam 1976 no 75-9, mid-second —early third century.
MOWS1, probably Wilderspool flanged mortarium. Oysters were a popular food with the Romans and many were found scattered throughout the excavation deposits.Barton St 2 Trajanic-early Antonine.
1985 La Production des Amphorese En Gaule Narbonnaise, Paris. A stone wall nearly 3m wide was later built in front of the earth rampart, with two ditches beyond it. The interior was covered with several phases of gravel floors. GRA2 short everted-rim jar with shoulder groove of the late first-early second century.
Transactions Birmingham and Warwickshire Archaeol.
115 and Webster 1969 no.
Nottingham University Museum Photo: Robin Aldworth The neighbouring building, M, is a bathhouse.