Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Hadrian’s Wall inscriptions

The inscrip­tions come from four loca­tions, with all again hav­ing moved as spo­lia prior to depo­si­tion.


The first four inscrip­tions were seen by Hors­ley at Cousin's House (later Carville Hall), which has sub­se­quent­ly been built over.

RIB 1309: c(o)ho(rtis) I / c(enturia) Flori ('First cohort, cen­tu­ry of Florus'). Seen in 1732 at Cousin's House (Carville Hall), Wallsend. Source: RIB IIp.433