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Latest find from VINDOLANDA Roman Fort - Hadrians Wall, England New week, new finds. This one is fresh out the ground from the pre-hadrianic excavation, a knife with beautiful bone handle. Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Roman Names, Roman Britain, Viking Art, Roman History, Fantasy Illustration

Latest find from VINDOLANDA Roman Fort - Hadrians Wall, England New week, new finds. This one is fresh out the ground from the pre-hadrianic excavation, a knife with beautiful bone handle.

A beautiful piece of Roman Samian ware pottery found at Vindolanda The Old Curiosity Shop, Roman Britain, Antiques Roadshow, Roman Empire, Terra, Ancient History, Archaeology, 3, Minerals

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A beautiful piece of Roman Samian ware pottery found at Vindolanda 2017.

Possibly a carved sword / knife handle. Uncovered at Roman Vindolanda in July Living archaeology. The Old Curiosity Shop, Antiques Roadshow, Archaeology, New Zealand, Sword, Roman, How To Find Out, British, Handle

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Possibly a carved sword / knife handle. Uncovered at Roman Vindolanda in July 2019. Living archaeology.

The replica temple at Roman Vindolanda in England. The Old Curiosity Shop, Antiques Roadshow, New Zealand, Garden Sculpture, Temple, Roman, How To Find Out, Old Things, England

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The replica temple at Roman Vindolanda in England.

Archaeologists put Roman gateway on wishlist after finding ancient water tank at Vindolanda fort Water Tank, Archaeology, Rocks, Dunk Tank, Stone, Batu, Stones

Archaeologists put Roman gateway on wishlist after finding ancient water tank at Vindolanda fort

The new season of excavations at Vindolanda, the Roman auxiliary fort south of Hadrian's Wall, have seen archaeologists battle snow and rain to find bones, hairpins and more.

A layer of black anaerobic soil at a site near Hadrian's Wall led archaeologists to find military and personal possessions left behind by cavalry men and their families years ago. Pictured above, a Cavalry Junction strap found at the site Uk History, British History, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Roman Britain, Archaeology News, Roman Soldiers, Archaeological Finds, Roman Art

Unearthed near Hadrian’s Wall: lost secrets of first Roman soldiers to fight the barbarians

Dig team stumble across thousands of pristine artefacts at ancient garrison site in Northumberland, writes Dalya Alberge

Two fragments of a Roman ink writing tablet, with the ink still visible. We found this in July 2019 at Roman Vindolanda. What an incredible feeling to see such vintage writing come out of the ground. The Old Curiosity Shop, Antiques Roadshow, Roman History, Archaeology, How To Find Out, Old Things, The Incredibles, Ink, Writing

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Two fragments of a Roman ink writing tablet, with the ink still visible. We found this in July 2019 at Roman Vindolanda. What an incredible feeling to see such vintage writing come out of the ground. #volunteer #archaeology #romanhistory

Dig volunteer Sarah Baker with one of the rare cavalry swords. Roman Cavalry barracks unearthed at Vindolanda History Of Wine, Uk History, British History, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Roman Sword, Toy Swords, Roman Britain, Archaeology News

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One of the Roman cavalry swords unearthed at Vindolanda in 2017.

 Archaeologists have unearthed a stylus wax tablet at the site of a Roman fort on Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland. The Romans used wooden tablets covered with a layer of wax for writing Ancient Egyptian Art, Ancient Aliens, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, European History, Ancient Greece, American History, Roman Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts

Vindolanda dig unearths Roman stylus wax tablet

Archaeologists have unearthed a stylus wax tablet at the site of a Roman fort on Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland. The Romans used wooden tablets covered with a layer of wax for writing [Credit: Vindolanda Trust] Believed to be from 105-120AD, the tablet was found just 12in (30cm) from a wooden toilet seat discovered at the same location last month. The tablet is one of 12 found at Vindolanda this year and one of seven found from the same building level. Director of excavations, Dr Andrew…

A carved bone hair pin. Uncovered at Roman Vindolanda, July The Old Curiosity Shop, Antiques Roadshow, Bone Carving, Hair Pins, Roman, How To Find Out, Bobby Pins, Hairpin

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A carved bone hair pin. Uncovered at Roman Vindolanda, July 2019.

Replica altars to the Roman God Jupiter Dolichenus placed back in religious shrine at Vindolanda enabling visitors to see them in their original setting for the first time in years. Military Post, Timber Posts, The Forth, Public Display, Roman Soldiers, Day Planners, Archaeological Site, Altars, Digital Technology

Altars back in the landscape

Replica altars to the Roman God Jupiter Dolichenus placed back in religious shrine at Vindolanda enabling visitors to see them in their original setting for the first time in 1,800 years.

A beautiful piece of Roman Samian ware pottery found at Vindolanda The Old Curiosity Shop, Roman Britain, Antiques Roadshow, Roman Empire, Terra, Ancient History, Archaeology, 3, Minerals

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A beautiful piece of Roman Samian ware pottery found at Vindolanda 2017.

Latest find from VINDOLANDA Roman Fort - Hadrians Wall, England New week, new finds. This one is fresh out the ground from the pre-hadrianic excavation, a knife with beautiful bone handle. Historical Artifacts, Ancient Artifacts, Ancient Rome, Ancient History, Roman Names, Roman Britain, Viking Art, Roman History, Fantasy Illustration

Latest find from VINDOLANDA Roman Fort - Hadrians Wall, England New week, new finds. This one is fresh out the ground from the pre-hadrianic excavation, a knife with beautiful bone handle.

Possibly a carved sword / knife handle. Uncovered at Roman Vindolanda in July Living archaeology. The Old Curiosity Shop, Antiques Roadshow, Archaeology, New Zealand, Sword, Roman, How To Find Out, British, Handle

Kirsten McKenzie - Website

Possibly a carved sword / knife handle. Uncovered at Roman Vindolanda in July 2019. Living archaeology.