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ARCHAEOLOGICAL SOURCES
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Gold stater of Tincommius (Van Arsdell 375)
Gold stater of Tasciovinius (Van Arsdell 1780)
Silver coin of Eppillus (Van Arsdell 415)
Gold stater of Verica (Van Arsdell 520)
Gold stater of Cunobelinus (Van Arsdell 2025)
Bronze coin of Cunobelius (Van Arsdell 2095)
Aureus of Claudius (RIC Claudius 9 = BMC Claudius 32)
Sestertius of Hadrian (RIC Hadrian 845)
Longinus Sdapeze (RIB 201)
Dannicus (RIB 108)
Sex. Valerius Genialis (RIB 109)
Rufus Sita (RIB 121)
M Favonius Facilis (RIB 200)
Julius Classicanius, procurator (RIB 12)
T. Valerius Pudens (RIB 258)
C. Calventius Celer (RIB 475)
Titus Pontius Sabinus (ILS 2726)
Arch of Claudius (ILS 216)
Mendip lead pig (RIB 2.1.2404.1)
Chester lead water-pipe (RIB 2.3.2434.1)
Verulamium forum inscription (JRS 46 146­7)
Commemorative tablet from York (RIB 665)
Altars to Neptune and Oceanus (RIB 1319 and 1320)
Milecastle 38 building inscription (RIB 1638)
Halton Chesters dedication slab (RIB 1427)
Vindolanda tablet military strength report (Tab. Vindol. 2.154)
Vindolanda tablet about British cavalry (Tab. Vindol. 2.164)…read more

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1. Gold starter of Tincomarus
DATE c.20 -10 BC
(between Caesar and Claudius)
WHERE WAS IT ·Hampshire
FOUND?
WHAT IT SHOWS ·Tincomarus
·son of Commius
·Mentioned in literary as seeking protection of the emperor
·Assume that he was ejected from his kingdom by the end of the
1st century BC
·Trade/economy ­ type of currency
·Adoption of roman models in later stages of coinage by
British tribal leaders
VIEW ON ROME ·PRO ROME: "horseman" copied from Roman denarius…read more

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2. Gold starter of Tasciovanus
DATE c.20 -1 BC
(between Caesar and Claudius)
WHERE WAS IT ·Folly Lane ­ St Albans
FOUND?
WHAT IT SHOWS ·Tascionanus:
·"RICON" ­british title, same as Romans "REX"
·Horseman ­ Roman link
·Trade/economy
VIEW ON ROME ·PRO ROME: "horseman" copied from Roman denarius…read more

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3. Silver coin of Eppillus
DATE c.10BC ­ AD10
(between Caesar and Claudius)
WHERE WAS IT ·Silcester
FOUND?
WHAT IT SHOWS ·Eppilius: "King of Calleva"
·Son of Commius
·Calleva: important British settlement - Silcester
·"REX" ­ earliest example of the roman word (king)
·Trade/economy
VIEW ON ROME ·PRO ROME ­ use of "Rex"…read more

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4. Gold stater of Verica
DATE c. AD 20-40
(Claudius)
WHAT IT SHOWS ·Verica:
·Son of Commius
·Ruler of Calleva (early 1st century AD)
·DIO: Verica was used as a sub text for war after Civil war
with Berikos
·Vine leaf: suggested PRO ROMAN outlook
·Coin thought to be work of Roman-trained engraver
·Trade/economy
VIEW ON ROME ·PRO ROME…read more

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