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'List of plates', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in London, Volume 3: Roman London (1928), pp. IV-VI. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=120142 Date accessed: 01 October 2014.


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LIST OF PLATES.

Bronze Head of Hadrian, found in the Thames, 1834. In Profile. BRITISH MUSEUM Photograph by British Museum.Frontispiece. Plate.
Bronze Head of Hadrian, found in the Thames, 1834. Three-quarter. BRITISH MUSEUM From "Guide to Antiq. of Rom. Brit.", British Museum.1
Bronze Arm, found in Seething Lane, 1884, and Hand, found in Gracechurch Street, 1866–8. GUILDHALL MUSEUM2
Bronze Hand, found in Lower Thames Street, and Bronze Foot found in London. BRITISH MUSEUM3
Bronze Forceps, found in the Thames, 1840. BRITISH MUSEUM From "Guide to Antiq. of Rom. Brit.", British Museum.4
Plan of Basilica. Survey by H. Hodge (Guildhall Library)5
Fragment of Sculpture with three figures, found in London before 1859, BRITISH MUSEUM6
Seething Lane, fragment of sculpture of Mother Goddesses, found about 1840. GUILDHALL MUSEUM6
Bastion (10), Camomile Street. Figure of a soldier, found in 1876. GUILDHALL MUSEUM From an engraving in "On a Bastion of London Wall," J. E. Price, 1880; and as existing, 1927.7
Sculptured Fragment (Rape of Sabines ?), found in London. GUILDHALL MUSEUM8
Sculptured Fragment (Torso), found in London. GUILDHALL MUSEUM8
Fragments of Sculpture, found in London. GUILDHALL MUSEUM9
      Putto, etc., forming part of a framed tablet.
      Torso.
      Probably part of a funeral banquet.
Sculptures, found on the site of the Walbrook, 1889. LONDON MUSEUM10
      Slab showing Mithras slaying the Bull, etc.
      Fragment of marble figure of a River God.
      A Genius or Bonus Eventus (marble).
Bastion (10), Camomile Street. Re-used Sculptures, found in 1876. GUILDHALL MUSEUM11
      Colossal head of a man.
      Lion.
Goldsmiths' Hall. Altar of Diana, found in 1830. GOLDSMITHS' HALL12
      Front.
      Back.
Tombstone, found at Islington, with a male figure and Greek inscription. BRITISH MUSEUM12
Tombstone, found in London, with large and small figures. GUILDHALL MUSEUM12
Tombstone, found at Islington, with figure of Gladiator and Greek inscription. GUILDHALL MUSEUM13
Tombstone, found in Drury Lane, with figures of woman and boy. LONDON MUSEUM13
Sculptured Stone, found in Duke Street, Aldgate, 1908, with three small figures. GUILDHALL MUSEUM13
Sculptured Stones, found in London14
      Fragment of a tablet or tombstone with part of a human figure. GUILDHALL MUSEUM.
      Fragment of a tombstone with part of a soldier carrying a shield. GUILDHALL MUSEUM.
      Figure from Mithraic group. LONDON MUSEUM.
      Figure (of Atys ?), found in Bevis Marks, 1849. BRITISH MUSEUM.
Bastion (10), Camomile Street. Re-used carved stones, found 1876. GUILDHALL MUSEUM15, 16, 17
Coped Top of a Marble Tomb, found at Great St. Helens, Bishopsgate, 1877. GUILDHALL MUSEUM18
Granite Base of a Large Column. GUILDHALL MUSEUM18
Terminal Figure, found in St. Mary Axe, 184919
      From the Victoria County History of London, Vol. I.
Bastion (8), Bevis Marks. Fragments of column, found 1880. GUILDHALL MUSEUM19
Town Wall (41), Queen Street. Purbeck marble capital and shaft, found 1841. BRITISH MUSEUM19
Cannon Street. Carved base stone of a gable, found 1926. GUILDHALL MUSEUM20
Capital, found re-used in a wall in London. BRITISH MUSEUM20
Small Capital, part of a larger stone, from Camomile Street Bastion. GUILDHALL MUSEUM20
Bastion (9), Castle Street. Re-used stones, found 188421
Town Wall (3) and Bastion (2), Trinity Place, from a sketch of 185222
      From "Illustrations of Roman London," C. Roach Smith.
Town Wall (5), Coopers Row, as exposed 186423
      From Archæologia, LXIII.
Town Wall (27), Aldermanbury Postern. Sketch showing blind arches exposed 185723
      From "Illustrations of Roman London," C. Roach Smith.
Town Wall (7). Part destroyed 1881 for the Blackwall Railway. Sections24
      From a drawing by H. Hodge (Guildhall Library).
Town Wall (4), Trinity Place. View of part destroyed 188225
      From a photograph in the possession of Dr. P. Norman.
Town Wall (9), Jewry Street and Crutched Friars. Remains at "Roman Wall House"26
      View of the Wall as exposed 1905. From Archæologia, LX.
      Part of remains, as preserved 1927.
Town Wall (21), in London Wall. Sketch of arch for sewer, discovered 183727
      From "Illustrations of Roman London," C. Roach Smith.
Town Wall (37), Newgate Prison Site. Part of wall as exposed 190327
      From a photograph in the possession of Dr. P. Norman.
Bastion (7), Dukes Place, Aldgate28
      View from an etching by E. F., mid 18th century.
      View from a copy by Gough, 1763. in "Illustrations of Roman London," C. Roach Smith.
Bastion (3), America Square29
      From a drawing of 1881, by H. Hodge (Guildhall Library).
Bastion (11), All Hallows' Church, London Wall. Sketch of 190730
      From Archæologia, LXIII.
Town Wall (15), and Bastion (9), Bevis Marks and Castle Street.
      Section31
      Plan32
      From a drawing of 1884, probably by H. Hodge, in the possession of Dr. P. Norman.
Bastion (12), St. Giles's, Cripplegate. Section33
      From London and Midsx, Arch. Soc. Trans., N.S., I.
Bastion (14), Windsor Court, Monkwell Street. Sketch as existing 186533
      From Illus. Lond. News, Aug. 19th, 1865.
Town Wall and Bastions, Site of Christ's Hospital, now the General Post Office.
      Town Wall (35) and Bastions (18) and (19). Plans34
      Bastion (18). View looking S.W. in 190935
      Bastion (19). View of interior in 190936
      Town Wall (35) and Bastion (19). View of inside of wall in 190937
      From Archæologia, LXIII.
Bastion (11), All Hallows', London Wall. Angle-pilaster, re-used in the base38
      From Archæologia, LXIII.
Bank of England. Well of Barrel-Staves. Stamped Inscription on a Stave38
      From the Antiquaries Journal, VI.
Broad Street (Old). View of tessellated pavement discovered under the Excise Office, 185439
      From "Illustrations of Roman London," C. Roach Smith.
Fenchurch Street. Tessellated Pavement, found 1857. Plan40
      From "Desc. of Rom. Tessel. Pavement in Bucklersbury," J. E. Price.
Bucklersbury. Plan and detail of the Chamber containing the tessellated Pavement discovered in 186941
      From "Desc. of Rom. Tessel. Pavement in Bucklersbury," J. E. Price, 1870.
Bucklersbury. Tessellated Pavement found 1869. Coloured Plan42
      From Description by J. E. Price, 1870.
      No. 50, Cornhill. Pier below corner of St. Michael's Church exposed 189143
      From a photograph in the possession of the Society of Antiquaries.
Lombard Street and Gracechurch Street. Central brick pier exposed 192543
      From a photograph by Dr. William Martin.
Pudding Lane. Hypocaust exposed 1836–4144
      From Archæologia, XXIX.
Thames Street (Lower). Hypocaust at the Coal Exchange, as existing45
      No. 63, Threadneedle Street. View of Roman Bath exposed 184946
      From Archæologia, LX.
St. Thomas's Hospital, Southwark. Walls of a Roman house exposed 184046
      From Archæologia, XXIX.
Bank of England. Pavement found 1805. BRITISH MUSEUM. Coloured plan47
Broad Street. Pavement found under the Excise Office, 1854. Coloured plan48
Leadenhall Street. Pavement found at East India House, 1803. BRITISH MUSEUM. Coloured plan49
Threadneedle Street. Pavements found under the French Church, 1841. BRITISH MUSEUM. Coloured plans50
Sculptured Stones found in London51
      Fragment of human head. GUILDHALL MUSEUM.
      Human face. BRITISH MUSEUM.
      Stone vase. BRITISH MUSEUM.
Town Wall (41), Upper Thames Street. Fragment with trellis ornament, found 1841. BRITISH MUSEUM51
Greenwich. Arm of a statue found 190251
Liverpool Street. Fragment of a terra-cotta figure found 1872. GUILDHALL MUSEUM52
      From Archæologia, LXIII.
St. Bartholomew's Hospital. Roman Altar found 1907. LONDON MUSEUM52
      From Archæologia, LXIII.
Blomfield Street. Pottery fragments found 1901 with the pile-structures53
      From the Arch. Journ., LX.
Southwark. Flagon with inscription. LONDON MUSEUM53
Bastion (2), Tower Hill. Portions of a sepulchral monument, found 1852. BRITISH MUSEUM54
      Terminal ornament.54
      Part of inscribed stone.
Plan showing Position of Burials55
Warwick Square. Leaden cylinders, found 1881, with a glass vessel inside the second. BRITISH MUSEUM56
Westminster Abbey. Stone coffin, found 1869. Now in the vestibule to the Chapter House57
Clapton. Marble sarcophagus, found 1867. GUILDHALL MUSEUM57
Minories. Sarcophagus, found in Haydon Square, 1854. BRITISH MUSEUM57
Leaden Coffin-Lids, found near London. BRITISH MUSEUM58
      At Battersea Fields, 1794.
      At Old Ford, 1864.
      From the Victoria County History of London, Vol. I.
Minories, leaden coffin-lid, found 1854. BRITISH MUSEUM58
      From "Guide to Antiq. of Rom. Brit.", British Museum.
Warwick Square. Vase of grey fine-grained igneous rock, found 1881. BRITISH MUSEUM59
Ludgate Hill. Tombstone, found 1669. ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM, OXFORD60
Tower Hill. Tombstone, found 1852. BRITISH MUSEUM60
Blackfriars. Fragment of a tombstone, found in Playhouse Yard, 1843. BRITISH MUSEUM61
London Wall. Inscribed slab, found 1837. GUILDHALL MUSEUM61
Maiden Lane. Fragment of a tombstone, found 1842. BRITISH MUSEUM61
Ludgate Hill. Column, found 1806. GUILDHALL MUSEUM62
      From a photograph in the possession of the Guildhall Library.
Bastion (9), Castle Street. Inscribed stone, found 1884. GUILDHALL MUSEUM62
Warwick Lane. Tile with graffito inscription, found 188663
      From Archæologia, LXIII.
Fragment of a Samian Vessel, with inscription. BRITISH MUSEUM63
Fragment of a Shale Tablet. GUILDHALL MUSEUM63
Plans showing finds of Italic and Early Gaulish Pottery64
Casts of Coins of the Roman Mint of London. BRITISH MUSEUM65
Bronze Statuettes, found in the Thames, etc. BRITISH MUSEUM66
Bronze Figures, found in the Thames, etc. BRITISH MUSEUM67
Gold Medallion of Constantius I, found near Arras, 1922.67
      From Aréthuse.
Bronze Statuette of Archer, found in Queen Street, 1842. BRITISH MUSEUM68
      Photograph by British Museum.