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Melon bead

Melon beads are found across Roman Britain, usually in locations associated with the military. It has long been suggested they were strung into necklaces and worn by women. Recent...

Melon bead

Melon beads are found across Roman Britain, usually in locations associated with the military. It has long been suggested they were strung into necklaces and worn by women. Recent...

Melon bead

Melon beads are found across Roman Britain, usually in locations associated with the military. It has long been suggested they were strung into necklaces and worn by women. Recent...

Stylus

Styli were writing implements used with wax tablets. This one was found in Exeter and is among the earliest evidence of literacy in Devon....

Roughcast beaker

Roughcast beakers were decorated with small grains of dried clay or sand. This one was found in Exeter....

Buckle plate from lorica segmentata

This is part of a buckle used in the legionary soldier’s armour. This piece held a leather strap to attach through a buckle. The holes were for rivets to attach...

Window glass

This fragment of window glass is from the Roman legionary bath-house. It is among the earliest examples of window glass known in Britain....

Window glass

This fragment of window glass is from the Roman legionary bath-house. It is among the earliest examples of window glass known in Britain....

South-Western black burnished ware bowl

This bowl was used for storing or serving food. It is made from a type of pottery that archaeologists call South-Western black burnished ware (or South-Western BB1). The name comes...

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