- Accession number
Legionary Denarius of Mark AntonyBearsden31 -32 BCGLAHM 35394Hunterian MuseumSilver
Sestertius of HadrianBar Hill FortAD 42 - 180GLAHM 35392Hunterian MuseumBrass
Head of a SatyrBirrens FortAD 42 - 180GLAHM 138052Hunterian MuseumBronze5 x 5.6 cms
Amphora (fragment)Loudoun HillAD 42 - 180GLAHM F.1952.33Huntarian MuseumClayH: 48cm [60cm on stand]; W; 30cm
A large jar used to transport consumables for the Roman soldiers.
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)
Cheese PressBalmuildy fortAd 42 - 180GLAHM F.1922.602Hunterian MuseumClay8cm high x 17cm diameter
Minerva-head Harness StudCorbiehall farmAD 42 - 180GLAHM F.1990.18Hunterian MuseumBronze3.5cm x 3cms
Bronze stud of the head of Minerva, the Roman Goddess of Wisdom, which would have adorned a horses harness.
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)
Seal-box, lower halfCorbiehall farmAD 42 - 180GLAMH F.1954.92Hunterian MuseumBronze0.875" (diameter)
catalogued with bronze disc, making two parts, but it is Not clear whether the two are parts of the same box. Robertson (op.cit. under Refs) illustrates both together but makes no mention of the disc in the text.Context:References: PUBL ROBERTSON, ANNE S., 1964 p.160.12; pl.7.12Castledykes fort, E.enclosure, westerly hollow, section 26, Roman, Antonine
Enamelled Seal BoxCleghornAD 42 - 180GLAHM F.1989.6Hunterian MuseumBronze2.4 x 3.3 cms