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Mural slabala ii astuhum
48
Altar to Fortunecoh i batavorum
49
Altar to Jupitercoh 1 tungrorum
50
WRITTENROCK ON THE RIVER GELT facing
63
Inscription at Shawk Quarries
64
Letters on the WrittenRock
65
2527 Broaching of the wallstones
66
2831 Marks on the stones
68
Herringbone masonry
71
Initial lettersBalusters from the Wall
81
Altar to Jupitercon iv lingonum
85
Plan of Wallsend Segedunum section of mountain and works at Bradley facing
88
WALLSEND LOOKING EAST facing
90
Plan of Pons jElii facing
97
Mercury Pons Mvii
101
3942 Coins of Hadrian found in the bridge Pons jElii 1023
103
Slab to the Campestral Mothers
110
Altar to Mars HI 46 Altar to Mars
112
Fragment of the Wall near Denton
114
WORKS AT HEDDONONTHEWALL facing
117
Works near Carr Hill facing
124
Mural slableg ii auo
130
SlabFULGUR DIVOM
131
Culvert at Hunnum
132
WrittenRock at Fallowfield Fell
139
THE WALL AT BRUNTON facing HI 55 Remains of Roman bridge over North Tyne facing
142
Vault at Cilurnum
144
Ground plan of hypocausts Cilurnum
145
Hypocausts at Cilurnum
146
River god Cilurnum
147
Pillars of hypocaust
149
Masonry of hypocaust
151
Funereal slab Cilurnum
153
Funereal slab of horse soldier Cilurnum
154
Slab ALA II ASTURUM
155
Statue of Cybele Cilurnum
158
Group of carved stones Cilurnum
159
6871 Miscellaneous antiquities Chesters Cilurnum facing
160
WORKS TEPPER MOOR facing
164
Slabcoh i batavorum
165
APPROACH TO SEWINGSHIELDS facing
168
Busy Gap
174
Junction of west wall of Housesteads Borcovicus with the Wall
180
Southwest corner of Housesteads
182
Outside view of the west portal Housesteads
183
Inside view of west portal Housesteads 184
184
Cross on spandril of doorhead
186
NORTH GATEWAY HOUSESTEADS facing
187
HOUSESTEADS BORCOVICUS FROM THE EAST
188
Masonry at Housesteads
190
Base of column Housesteads
193
Figure of Victory
195
Sepulchral slab to a young physician
196
Slab to Hadrian Bradley
202
THE WALL AT CRAG LAKE facing 202 93 Slab to Hadrian Milking Gap
203
Altar to Fortune Chesterholm
206
MILESTONE AT CHESTERHOLM VINDOLANA facing
207
Altar to the genius of the pretorium
208
Symbolleg XX
209
Cockatrice slab
210
Copingstone and Roman broaching
211
CRAGS WEST OF CRAG LAKE facing
212
Mural stoneleg xx v v
216
MILECASTLE AT CAWFIELDS facing
217
South gateway of milecastle
218
Part of slab to Hadrian
220
Tablet to Hadrian
224
Plan of ancient watercourse Great Chcsters Esica facing
225
Nine Nicks of Thirlwall
231
Wall on the Nine Nicks of Thirlwall
232
Slabcivitas dvmni
234
Horns of stag
235
Stone effigy
238
Bronze articles Birdoswald facing
251
Rudge cup
253
Section of works Wallbours
257
Coin of SeverusJulia
263
Altar to Jupitercoh ii tungb
264
View of Pigeon Crag 206
267
Altarob res trans vallum prospere gestas
274
Small bronze figure
277
Monument to Edward I 27S 137 BOWNESSVIEW OF THE CALEDONIAN SHORE j facing
285
The Supporting Stations of the Wall 138 Initial A and mural slab Risingbam
287
Tabletcippvm or gykum cvmbas
290
Tablet found at Jarrow
294
Tablet to the Sons of Hadrian
295
Roman Vessel ChesterleStreet facing 325
303
Corbridge Lanx
311
Altar to Astarte 146 Crypt of Hexham iVbbey Church 313
313
Slab to Severus at Hexham 148 Tilecoh i beit 315
315
Inscribed tile Binchester
320
Roman Station at Whitley Castle facing
325
Genius of the Wall
331
Altar to Jupiter for the safety of Severus
337
Altar to Jupiter Maryport
341
Altar to Rome and Fortune
342
Slab warrior on horseback
343
Sculptures on altar Moresby
345
Slab to Hadrian Moresby
346
The Question Who built the Wall? discussed page 161 Initial O bronze ornament found at Borcovicus
349
CHAPTER VI
371
Altardeo vetbi
372
Large altar to Jupiter
375
Altargenio loci etc 377
377
Altar to Jupiter Dolichenus 167 Inscription in gold to Mars
379
Altardeo cocidio
380
Altardeo belatucadro
381
Altargenio et signis
382
Altar to Bellona
383
Altar to Minerva
384
Altar to Fortune 3S5 174 Altar to Mithras
386
Altar to the Sun
387
Altar to Mithras
388
Zodiacal tablet Borcovicus
390
Pineapple ornament etc Cilurnum
391
Altar to Apollo Cawfields milecastle
392
Inscription to the Syrian goddess Magna
393
Altar to Neptune
394
Altar to Silvanus Amboglanna
395
Altar to the nymphs Habitancum
396
CONTENTS AND ILLUSTRATIONS
397
Altar to the gods of the mountains Buemenium IUM
398
Altar to Veteres Thirlwall Castle
399
Altar to the Dea Hammia Thirlwall Castle
400
Altar to the Three Laiuiae Condercum
401
Altar to the Transmarine Mothers Habitancum
402
Sculpture to the Dea Matres at Netherby
403
Sculpture to the Deae Matrc3 at Nether Hall
404
Sepulchral altar to the manes of Fabia Honorata Cilurnum
409
Sepulchral slab to the manes of Aurelia Faia Magna
410
Sepulchral slab to the memory of Cornelius Victor Vindolana
411
Centurial stonecoh v ccilii proculi Cilurnum 413 206 Centurial Stone Cilurnum
413
Vessel in which the Thorngrafton Coins were found
416
2G0 j The Thorngrafton Coins imperial consular and others 261 Silver vessel Brumell collection
429
263265 Gold lings 430 266 Gold chain
430
Gold armlet
431
269270 Silver spoons
432
Bronze vessels facing
433
Spear head Carvoran
434
Small bronze figure
436
Samian ware from Wallsend and Lanchcster facing
437
276278 Potters marks
439
African spindle
440
Ancient pipes
441
Roman shoe Bowness Moss
442

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