Print
19th century print of a mosaic floor from the Roman Villa at Great Witcombe, Gloucestershire. The artist was Samuel Lysons. (425 x 485mm)
1994.436
Print
19th century print of a mosaic floor found in Dyer Street, Cirencester, Gloucestershire in September 1849. (382 x 491mm)
1996.289.3
Figurine
Romano-British bronze statuette of a discus thrower, found in Gloucester in 1894. (height 75mm)
1926.26.35
Drawing
A reconstruction of the Roman Villa at Chedworth, Gloucestershire by Edward J. Burrow, drawn about 1900. (243 x 190mm)
1923.4.14
Mosaic
Fragment from a Romano-British floor made up of red, white and blue tesserae of stone and clay from Hucclecote Roman Villa, Gloucestershire. (180 x 135mm)
1979.109
Pot sherd
Romano-British sherds from a Castor ware 'hunt cup' depicting a running bull. From the Roman Villa at Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire. (length 160mm)
1929.18.63
Wall plaster
Romano-British walling with painted decoration of scrolls, dotted buds and borders. From excavations at Vineyards Farm, Gloucestershire. (320 x 200mm)
1992.166.200
Palette
Romano-British apothecary's palette used for grinding medicines, made from marble quarried in the Hautes Pyrenees, France and excavated at Vineyards Farm, Gloucestershire. (95 x 35mm)
1992.166.108
Chain
Romano-British length of iron chain. Made up of two types of link with a larger circular link at one end, from the Andoversford by-pass excavation. (length 485mm)
1995.547.60
Bronze brooch
Romano-British copper alloy plate brooch with tinned or silvered surface. Due to a faulty casting one of the terminals was cut away giving it an asymmetrical shape. Found during the Syreford Mill excavations, Gloucestershire, 1972-1976. (35 x 26mm)
1996.98.90
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