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Roman Britain in 1914   By: (1860-1919)

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[Illustration: FIG. 1. POTTERY STAMPS AND STAMPED POTTERY FROM HOLT.

(A) Head of Silenus (1/1). Probably an artist's die, for casting stamps for stamped ware (p. 20)

(B) Fragment of stamped ware (1/1), with ornament imitated from Samian (p. 19)

(C) STAMP FOR MORTARIUM (1/1)]

THE BRITISH ACADEMY SUPPLEMENTAL PAPERS. III

Roman Britain in 1914

By Professor F. Haverfield

Fellow of the Academy

London: 1915 Published for the British Academy By Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press Amen Corner, E.C.

[Transcribers Note: Professor Francis Haverfield]

TABLE OF CONTENTS

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LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS 4

PREFACE 5

A. RETROSPECT OF FINDS MADE IN 1914 7

( a ) Raedykes, near Stonehaven; Wall of Pius; Traprain Law; Northumberland (Featherwood, Chesterholm, Corbridge); Weardale (co. Durham); Appleby; Ambleside (fort at Borrans); Lancaster; Ribchester; Slack (near Huddersfield); Holt; Cardiff; Richborough.

( b ) Wroxeter; Lincoln; Gloucester; London; country houses and farms; Lowbury (Berkshire); Beachy Head, Eastbourne; Parc y Meirch (North Wales) 21

B. ROMAN INSCRIPTIONS FOUND IN 1914 29

Balmuildy (Wall of Pius); Traprain Law; Featherwood (altar); Chesterholm (two altars); Corbridge (inscribed tile); Weardale (bronze paterae ); Holt (centurial stone and tile); Lincoln; London; rediscovered milestone near Appleby.

C. PUBLICATIONS RELATING TO ROMAN BRITAIN IN 1914.

1. General 38

2. Special sites or districts 41

APPENDIX: LIST OF PERIODICALS HAVING REFERENCE TO ROMAN BRITAIN 64

INDEX OF PLACES 67

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

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1. Pottery stamps and stamped pottery from Holt (see p. 19) Frontispiece

2. Plan of Roman Fort at Borrans, Ambleside. From a plan by Mr. R. G. Collingwood 10

3. Sketch plan of Principia (Praetorium) of Roman Fort at Ribchester. After a plan by Mr. D. Atkinson and Prof. W. B. Anderson 13

4. Sketch plan of part of the Roman Fort at Slack. From a plan by Messrs. A. Woodward and P. Ross 14

5. Holt, plan of site 16

6. Holt, plan of barracks 17

7. Holt, plan of dwelling house and bath house 17

8. Holt, plan of kilns 18

9. Holt, reconstruction of the kilns shown in fig. 8 18

10, 11. Holt, stamped 'imitation Samian' ware 20

(Figs. 1 and 5 11 are from photographs or drawings lent by Mr. A. Acton, of Wrexham)

12. Sketch plan of Roman bath house at East Grimstead, after a plan by Mr. Heywood Sumner 24

13. Sketch plan of Romano British house at North Ash, after a plan prepared by the Dartford Antiquarian Society 25

14. Plan of Romano British house at Clanville. After a plan by the Rev... Continue reading book >>




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