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  This webpage reproduces a section of
Roman Era in Britain

by John Ward

published by Methuen & Co. Ltd.
36 Essex Street W. C., London
1911

The text, and illustrations except as noted,
are in the public domain.

 

p. ix LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS

1.
Map of the Physical Features of Roman Britain
2.
Map of the Chief Roman Roads and Towns, and Regions of Densest Population
3.
Map of the Chief Railways and Towns, and Regions of Densest Population at Present
4.
Plan of Calleva Atrebatum, Silchester
5.
Sections of Roads at Bokerly Dyke and White Cross
6.
Roads at Blackpool Bridge and near Pontypool
7.
Plan of polybian Camp
8.
Plan of Hyginian Camp
9.
Plans of Roman Camps in Britain
10.
Plan of Roman Fort at Gellygaer
11.
Profile of Rampart and Ditch, Gellygaer
12.
Fortification Turrets, Column of Trajan
13.
Plans of Gates — Housesteads and Birdoswald
14.
Fortification Gates, Column of Trajan
15.
Fortification Gate on Mosaic, Avignon Museum
16.
Plans of Roman Forts — Porchester and Richborough
17.
Plan of Headquarters, Chesters
18.
Map of the Antonine Wall
19.
Map of the Wall of Hadrian
20.
Profile of the Wall of Hadrian
21.
Plan of House, Silchester
22.
Plan of House, Silchester
23.
Plan of House, Caerwent
p. x 24.
Plan of House, Caerwent
25.
Plan of House, Spoonley Wood
26.
Barn (?) at Spoonley Wood
27.
Plan of House, Woodchester
28.
Plan of House, Clanville
29.
Plan of House, Brading
30.
Plan of Saxon Farmhouse
31.
Plan of the Forum and Basilica, Silchester
32.
Plan of Baths, Caerwent
33.
Plans of Temples — Lydney Park and Caerwent
34.
Plan of Church, Silchester
35.

Altars:

High Rochester,

Birrens,

Haddon Hall,

and Chesterholm

124    
A
B
C
D
36.

Altars:

Rutchester,

Risingham,

and Housesteads

126    
A , B
C
D
37.

Altars:

Old Carlisle,

Rutchester,

Risingham,

and High Rochester

128    
A
B
C
D
38.

Altars:

High Rochester,

Maryport,

Risingham,

and Walton House

129    
A
B
C
D
39.

Tombstones, Colchester (Photo, A. G. Wright)

and South Shields (Photo, Downey & Sons)

40.

Tombstones, Cirencester (Photo, A. H. Pitcher)

and York (Photo, W. Watson)

41.
Roman Pottery, Colchester (Photo, A. G. Wright)
42.
Roman Pottery, Colchester (Photo, A. G. Wright)
43.
Examples of Roman Redglaze (Terra Sigillata or Samian Ware)
44.
Examples of Roman Redglaze (Terra Sigillata or Samian Ware)
45.
Examples of Roman Jars (Ollae) in other Fabrics than Redglaze
46.
Examples of Roman Cups and Olla-like Vessels in other Fabrics than Redglaze
47.
Examples of Roman Bowls and Bowl-like Vessels in other Fabrics than Redglaze
48.
Examples of Roman Saucers, Dishes and Amphorae in other Fabrics than Redglaze
p. xi 49.
Examples of Roman Jugs (Ampullae) in other Fabrics than Redglaze
50.
Examples of Miscellaneous Roman Vessels in other Fabrics than Redglaze
51.
Mortars (Mortaria, Pelves?) in all Wares
52.
Examples of Roman Glass-Ware
53.
Roman Glass-Ware, Maidstone Museum (Photo, H. Elgar)
54.
Examples of Roman Bronze Vessels
55.
Hammers and Axes
56.
Picks, Mattocks, Sickles, Spuds, etc.
57.
Pincers, Drills, Chisels, Gouges, etc.
58.
Knives and Shears
59.
Spoons, Ligulae, etc.
60.
Lamps and Lamp-Stands
61.
Candle-Holders of Iron and Pottery
62.
Weighing Apparatus, Bells, and Objects used in Games
63.
Spindle and Whorls, Strigil, Mirror, and Combs
64.
Writing Appliances and Seal-Boxes
65.
Padlocks and their Keys
66.
Old Scottish Tumbler-Lock and Keys, and Roman Keys
67.
Tumbler-Bolts, and Keys of Several Types
68.
Lock-Plates, Keys, Needles, etc.
69.
Shoes and Soles
70.
Pins, Tweezers, Nail-Cleaners, and Ear-Picks
71.
Modern Safety-Pin, Italian "Leech-Shaped" and Late-Celtic Brooches
72.
Bow-Brooches of Several Types
73.
Bow-Brooches of Several Types
74.
Plate-Brooches of Several Types
75.
Plate- and Ring-Brooches, and Other Dress-Fasteners
76.
Bracelets, Armlets, Finger-Rings, Ear-Rings, and Beads
Map of Roman Britain showing the Chief Roads and Places


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