Dish
Romano-British Samian ware dish with a potter's stamp dating to the middle of the 2nd century AD, imported from central Gaul. From Lower Slaughter, Gloucestershire. (263 x 74mm)
1981.297
Jar
Romano-British black-burnished ware pot found in a well in a garden in Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire, in 1956. (159 x 126mm)
1981.859
Bronze brooch
Romano-British copper alloy Hod Hill type brooch with traces of a silver or tinned surface from excavations at Wycomb, Gloucestershire, 1969-70. Probably dates to the 1st Century AD (55 x 34mm)
1995.305.19
Pottery jar
Romano-British grey ware jar found at Barnwood, Gloucestershire. (height 74mm)
1969.68.29
Bronze brooch
Romano-British copper alloy Colchester derivative brooch with spring fixing and pin still intact. Found near to the settlement at Wycomb, probably dates to between AD 69 and 117.(38 x 21mm)
1995.305.25
Altar
Romano-British limestone altar found on the east side of Salmonsbury Camp, Bourton-on-the-Water, Gloucestershire. (610 x 245 x 170mm)
1978.871.1
Altar
Romano-British miniature altar of limestone. The top is dished to accept votive offerings. Found in excavations at Haymes, Cleeve Hill, Gloucestershire. (87 x 60 x 45mm)
1996.97.3
Stone relief
Romano-British carved stone panel. The central figure is a Celtic deity with a hooded cloak, a cucullus, while those on either side seem to be carrying bags and are in the process of sowing seeds. From the settlement and temple site at Wycomb, Gloucestershire. (220 x 165mm)
On loan (Arch6)
Stone relief
Romano-British carved stone panel with the remains of two figures, one of which is a Celtic deity with a hooded cloak known as a cucullus. From the settlement and temple site at Wycomb, Gloucestershire. (260 x 260mm)
On loan (Arch7)
Stone relief
Romano-British carved stone panel with a large central figure with a small supporting figure below each hand. Some believe this represents a mother goddess seated in a wicker chair with two children, while others think it represents a local Celtic deity. From the settlement and temple site at Wycomb, Gloucestershire. (111 x 60mm)
On loan (Arch8)
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