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Objects Database

This database lists many of the objects found along the Antonine Wall.
  • Found
  • Date
  • Held
  • Accession number
  • Material
  • Dimensions
  • Video
  • Bowl, samian, form Dr.33, base fragment

    Twechar
    142 - 180 AD
    Hunterian Museum
    GLAHM F.1936.311
    Clay

    red gloss

    marks: GEM[INIMA] (die 5a)

    Manufacture: GEMINUS v AD 150-170, Lezoux, Puy de Dome, France

    Context:
    Bar Hill Fort
    References: PUBL MACDONALD,G. and PARK,A. 1906 p.76, PUBL ROBERTSON, A., SCOTT, M. and KEPPIE, L. 1975 pp.127.4, 128; fig.44.4
  • Cup, samian, form Dr.27, red

    Twechar
    142 - 180 AD
    Hunterian Museum
    GLAHM F.1936.279
    Clay

    fabric; soft red clay with dull glaze

    stamp on upper side of base indistinguishable

    Context:
    Bar Hill Fort
    References: PUBL MACDONALD, G. & PARK, A. 1906 pp.74ff, PUBL ROBERTSON, A., SCOTT, M. & KEPPIE, L. 1975 p.128
  • Cup, base fragment, Samian, form Dr. 27

    Twechar
    142 - 180 AD
    Hunterian Museum
    GLAHM F.1936.275
    Clay
    D 0.041m

    fabric; red clay with red gloss:with stamp of Felicio iii of Montans on upper side of base

    Marks: CCFELC (die 4a)

    MANU FELICIO iii Montans France

    Context:
    Bar Hill Fort
    References: PUBL MACDONALD,G. and PARK, A. 1906 pp.74ff, PUBL ROBERTSON, A., SCOTT, M. and KEPPIE, L. 1975 p.127.5, 128; fig.44.5
  • Brick (paw print)

    Rough Castle Roman Fort
    140-165 AD
    Falkirk Museum
    1972-072-009
    Clay
    L 9.4cm x W 8.4cm x H 4.8cm

    Here is an almost square piece of flue tile in orange red fabric with a paw print of a dog on the upper face. The end has been patched with white plaster to hold it together.

  • Brick

    Mumrills Roman Fort
    140-165 AD
    Falkirk Museum
    1972-069-588
    Clay
    L 18cm x D 18cm x D 5cm

    This is a complete hypocaust tile/ brick in a dark red fabric. One corner has been knocked off and glued back on and is now composed of three pieces. There are drag lines on the upper surface showing this has been made in a mould box and traces of at least one fingerprint on one surface. "M56" is written in ink on the side.

  • Jar, Rim Fragment (orange)

    Twechar
    142 - 180 AD
    Hunterian Museum
    GLAHM: F.1922.390/7
    Clay
    L 9cm

    Fabric: soft, bright red clay with dull glaze.

    Context:
    Bar Hill Fort
    References: PUBL MACDONALD, G. & PARK, A. 1906 pp. 74 ff., PUBL ROBERTSON, A., SCOTT, M. & KEPPIE, L. 1975 p.128
  • Mortarium Rim Fragment

    Twechar
    142 - 180 AD
    Hunterian Museum
    GLAHM: F.1922.349/2
    Clay
    4.5cm wide at top of rim

    Fabric: very soft, pale pink clay with dull glaze.

    Context:
    Bar Hill Fort
    References: PUBL MACDONALD, G. & PARK, A. 1906 pp. 74 ff., PUBL ROBERTSON, A., SCOTT, M. & KEPPIE, L. 1975 p.128
  • Mortarium

    Castlecary Roman Fort
    2nd Century AD
    Falkirk Museum
    1993-005-010
    Clay

    A rim of mortarium in white fabric with herringbone stamp and spout. This is typical of products from Colchester.

  • Jar, grey buff

    Westerwood
    142 - 180 AD
    Hunterian Museum
    GLAHM: F.1986.4
    Clay
  • Fragments of Pottery

    Dullatur
    142 - 180 AD
    Hunterian Museum
    GLAHM: 112480
    Clay

    Very abraded, probably partly burnt.

    Possibly manufactured 117 - 161 AD

    Context:
    Temporary Roman Camp
    References: PUBL C.E.Lowe and R.Moloney, 'Excavation of the Roman temporary camps at Dullatur, North Lanarkshire', 0