A large jar used to transport consumables for the Roman soldiers.
- Accession number
Amphora (fragment)Loudoun HillAD 42 - 180GLAHM F.1952.33Huntarian MuseumClayH: 48cm [60cm on stand]; W; 30cm
Cheese Press, weightLoudon HillAD 42 - 180GLAHM F.1946.19Hunterian MuseumLead2.5cm high x 7cm diameter
Inscription: IIII (signifying 4 Roman pounds weight = 2.7 British pounds)
LampLoudoun HillAD 42 - 180GLAHM F.1944.1Hunterian MuseumBronze12cm long; 5.5cm high
Pear-shaped, with circular footstand, fitted with chains for suspension; double-looped handle, surmounted by crescent-shaped ornament and three rings for the attachment of chains; separate (fourth) ring for linking chains at the point of hanging, survives. Footnote; for similar lamps, see folllowing; B.M. Guide to the Antiquities of Roman Britain, 1956, fig.20.4 (Colchester): PSAS, 1901, 400 (Camelon) and (for chains) ORL, 33, 1910, 53 (Stockstadt)