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Penannular brooch

Roman brooches were an essential part of clothing and came in a wide range of styles according to fashion and personal choice....

Samian cup

This drinking cup is stamped with the maker’s mark ‘OFMOD’. It was made in France by a man named Modestus....

Beaker

This pottery beaker was discovered in many pieces in a stone-lined burial pit at the centre of a stone ring or cairn at Farway, Devon. Two fossilised sea urchins were...

Gaming counter

Board games and gambling were a popular Roman activity. This decorated counter was used and lost in the Roman town of Isca Dumnoniorum....

Spindle whorl

Spindle whorls were used for spinning wool into thread. This one is made from animal bone....

Spanish colour-coated beaker

This small wheel-thrown beaker was made in Spain. It is one of the most complete example known from south west England....

Gaming counter

Board games and gambling were a popular Roman activity. This counter was used and lost in the Roman town of Isca Dumnoniorum....

Gaming counter

Board games and gambling were a popular Roman activity. This decorated counter was used and lost in the Roman town of Isca Dumnoniorum....

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