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'List of Plates, Figures and Maps', An Inventory of the Historical Monuments in City of York, Volume 1: Eburacum, Roman York (1962), pp. VII-XV. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=125254 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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LIST OF PLATES, FIGURES AND MAPS

(For Approach Roads, Military Sites, Civilian Settlements the prefixed arabic numerals in brackets refer to the Monument numbers in the text; the capital letters in brackets under 'Wall, Rampart and Ditches' refer to the key-plan Fig. 3 and related text. Burials are grouped topographically under I—V Regions sub-divided into Areas, which are given lower case letters in brackets, and identified by small Roman numerals in brackets. Inscriptions etc. are grouped according to purpose, Secular, Religious, etc., and for reference in the text are prefixed by their own series of arabic numerals in brackets. Small Museum objects illustrated have the Museum number, if any, beneath the illustration, on the right; all C., H. and H.G. prefixed numbers are Yorkshire Museum series, J. are Sheffield Museum series.)

GENERAL
Map showing the position of the Monuments and BurialsIn pocket at end of book
Map: York and the Roman Occupation of Northern EnglandFig. 1
APPROACH ROADS
Diagram showing Approach Roads to ebvracvmFig. 2
(2) In Spurriergate. PlanFig. 49
     "     Excavated sectionPl. 25
(9), (10) Plan showing road junctionFig. 51
MILITARY SITES
(12) Legionary Fortress
Key-planFig. 3
Aerial view of York City, with the Legionary Fortress imposedPl. 1
Severan Defences. Reconstructed sectionFig. 4
Constantian Defences. Reconstructed sectionFig. 5
South-West Gate. Plan of recorded remainsFig. 6
North-West Gate. Plan of recorded remainsFig. 18
South-East Gate. Trajanic Inscription (Inscriptions etc., No. 1)Pl. 41
South Angle Tower. Plan and sectionFig. 7
West Angle Tower (Multangular Tower):
Plan and sectionsFig. 8
Exterior, from N.W.Pl. 3
     "    Junction with curtain-wallPl. 2
Interior, from E.Pl. 4
Inside face. Detail showing put-log holePl. 7
Rear compartment. Section through foundationFig. 16
East Angle Tower:
PlanFig. 23
SectionsFig. 24
Excavation, from S.E.Pl. 15
     "    from E., from City wallPl. 16
     "    Junction of N. wall with fortress wallPl. 16
     "    Rear wall, from N.W.Pl. 16
Timber Tower:
PlanFig. 9
SectionFig. 10
Interval Tower S.W. 3. PlanFig. 11
Interval Tower S.W. 5:
PlanFig. 12
SectionsFig. 13
Excavation, seen laterally from abovePl. 5
     "    Projecting front, inside, from N.E.Pl. 6
     "    1st-century ditch, within the projecting frontPl. 6
     "    Foundations, junction of rear compartment with Severan workPl. 6
Front wall, detail of inside facePl. 8
Party-wall, detail of facePl. 8
Interval Tower S.W. 6:
PlanFig. 8
Excavation. Front wall and foundation, S. and S.E. sides, from S.Pl. 9
     "    Severan foundation behind Constantian tower wall (removed)Pl. 9
Interval Tower N.W. 2. PlanFig. 19
Interval Tower N.W. 3:
PlanFig. 19
Engravings from C. Wellbeloved, Eburacum (1842), pl. IIPl. 11
Interval Tower N.W. 5:
PlanFig. 19
Section through bank behind towerFig. 20
Interval Tower N.E. 6:
PlanFig. 23
SectionFig. 24
Excavation, from W.Pl. 14
Wall, Rampart and Ditches:
Curtain-wall and rampart, N.W. side. Engravings from C. Wellbeloved, Eburacum (1842), pl. IPl. 11
1st-century ditch, inside Interval Tower S.W. 5Pl. 6
(B) PlanFig. 9
(Bi) Section through Timber TowerFig. 10
Section through rear of defencesFig. 14
(C) Plan and section through ditchFig. 11
Section through rampartFig. 15
Rampart. Excavation showing horizontal timbersPl. 12
Curtain-wall. Detail of outer facePl. 10
     "    Inner facePl. 12
(D) PlanFig. 6
Curtain-wall. Detail of outer face with reused stones and bastard jointingPl. 10
(E) PlanFig. 6
(F) Plan and sectionsFig. 8
(Fii) Section near W. Angle TowerFig. 16
(Fiii) Section through ditch systemFig. 17
     "    Diagram showing phases in construction of ditchesFig. 17
Excavation. Severan foundation behind wall (removed) of Constantian Tower S.W.6Pl. 9
Curtain-wall, N.W. of Interval Tower S.W. 6. N.W. of breachPl. 13
     "    Remains of tile string, in section, from S.E.Pl. 13
     "    Tile lacing-course, S.E. of breachPl. 13
(K) Section through wallFig. 21
(M) Plan and elevationsFig. 18
(N) PlanFig. 34
SectionFig. 22
(R) PlanFig. 23
Sections through wallFig. 24
Section through wall and rampartFig. 25
(R) Curtain-wall. Details of inner facing showing re-tooling and claw toolingPl. 7
(S) SectionFig. 26
Internal Buildings:
Key-plan showing position of 1st-century remains near W. angleFig. 31
Streets, etc. Via praetoria. Sewer, now in the Yorkshire MuseumPl. 17
     "     "    Gutter, now in the Yorkshire MuseumPl. 17
"    Via decumana. Plan of remains under Treasurer's HouseFig. 27
"    Intervallum road. Plan showing position on S.W. side of fortressFig. 11
     "     "    Section through raised footwalkFig. 28
     "     "    Lead pipe, now in the Yorkshire MuseumPl. 17
Praetentura. Timber Barracks. Plan showing position of remainsFig. 31
     "    Barracks S, P, Q, R. PlanFig. 29
     "    Barracks S, Q, R. Sections through walls and floorsFig. 30
     "    Bath House. Plan and sectionsFig. 32
"    "    "    Caldarium apse, from W.Pl. 18
Retentura. (a) Column bases under Treasurer's House. PlanFig. 27
Intervallum. (a) Oven. Plan showing position of remains near W. angleFig. 31
     "    (b) Timber building. PlanFig. 9
     "     "    SectionFig. 14
     "    Stone building. PlanFig. 11
     "     "    SectionFig. 33
     "    (c) Store building. PlanFig. 34
     "     "    SectionFig. 22
     "    (d) Store building. PlanFig. 34
(13) Fortified Enclosure N.W. of fortress. PlanFig. 35
(14), (15) Practice Camps, Bootham Stray. Plans and sectionFig. 36
CIVILIAN SETTLEMENTS
Diagram showing the position of structural finds near the fortressFig. 37
Diagram showing Roman buildings and other finds in the Toft Green areaFig. 38
(16) Defences:
(b) Wall in Old Station Yard. PlanFig. 46
     "     "    "    "    SectionFig. 39
(17) Streets. (c) Fountain, reconstructed in the Yorkshire MuseumPl. 21
(18) Building under St. Mary's Church, Bishophill Senior. PlanFig. 40
(19) Bath House, Fetter Lane. PlanFig. 41
(24) Buildings in Micklegate. PlanFig. 42
(27) Building. Mosaic. Engraving published by W. FowlerPl. 23
(32) Buildings. PlanFig. 43
     "    Mosaic fragment. Bull with a fish tailPl. 22
(34) Public Baths:
(b) Baths. PlanFig. 44
(c) Bath. PlanFig. 45
     "    Furnace, reconstructed in the Yorkshire MuseumPl. 21
(d) Caldarium. PlanFig. 46
     "    SectionsFig. 47
     "    Excavation, from N.W.Pl. 19
     "    Heated room and flue. Excavation, from W.Pl. 20
     "     "    "    "    "    from S.E.Pl. 20
     "    Masonry drain. Excavation, from S.Pl. 20
(e) Structures. PlanFig. 46
     "    SectionFig. 47
(35) House. PlanFig. 48
     "    Mosaic in Room (ii), the Four SeasonsPl. 24
     "     "    "    Detail of SpringFrontispiece
     "    Mosaic in Room (iii), fragment of borderPl. 22
     "    Mosaic in Room (iv). Drawing once in the Yorkshire MuseumPl. 23
(39) Buildings, Spurriergate. PlanFig. 49
     "     Building (i)Pl. 25
     "     Building (iv). HypocaustPl. 25
     "     "    Limestone wall to N.E.Pl. 25
(43) Building under the Post Office, Lendal. Plan and sectionsFig. 50
(45) Building. Mosaic. Drawing once in the Yorkshire MuseumPl. 23
(46) Building N.W. of Blossom Street. PlanFig. 51
(52) Structure on Foss river-front. PlanFig. 52
     "     "    "    Reconstructional drawingFig. 53
BURIALS
I. S.E. Region
Key-planp. 67
(a) Castle Yard Cemetery
(ii) Coffin, of Julia Victorina (Inscriptions etc., No. 107)Pls. 56, 59
(v) Coffin, of Aurelius Super (Inscriptions etc., No. 104)Pl. 56
(b) Fishergate Cemetery
Pottery: H. 50, H. 148, H. 826, H. 872, H. 2132 (also Plate), H. 2134, H. 2341–2, H. 2359Fig. 54
     "    Face vase, H. 2132Pl. 29
Pipe-clay bust, H. 859Pl. 31
(c) Walmgate-Fossgate
(i) Grave group. Glass: H. 321.7–8Pl. 67
     "    Jet pendant, H. 321.14Pl. 68
Pottery: H. 155 (also Plate), H. 190Fig. 55
     "    Motto beaker, H. 155Pl. 35
II. N.E. Region
Key-planp. 70
(a) Heworth Green. Pottery: H. 149, H. 824, H. 2149, H. 2358Fig. 56
(b) Heworth. Pottery: H. 2348, H. 2362Fig. 56
III. N.W. Region
Key-planp. 72
(a) Exhibition Square. Pottery, H. 2102Fig. 57
(b) St. Mary's-Bootham Terrace
(i) Grave group. Pottery, H. 319.1Fig. 57
(iii) Grave group. Jet bear and bead: J. 93.735–6Pl. 70
     "    Pottery, J. 93.1017Pl. 31, Fig. 57
(iv) Pottery: J. 93.1029–30Fig. 57
(v) Grave group (Sycamore Terrace): H. 5–12Fig. 58
     "    Bone slip, H. 5 (Inscriptions etc., No. 150)Pl. 65
     "    Glass flagon, H. 12Pl. 67
(c) Burton Stone Lane. Pottery: H. 2336, H. 2338–9, H. 2351, H. 2357, H. 2361Fig. 59
(e) The Avenue, Clifton. Pottery: H. 2195–6, H. 2344–5Fig. 60
(f) Clifton
Glass, 1948.3.1Fig. 89
Pottery, Motto beaker, H. 153Pl. 35
(g) Rawcliffe Lane. Pottery: H. 2363.1–3Fig. 61
IV. S.W. Region
Key-planp. 77
Railway Station Cemetery. Key-plan of Areas containing BurialsFig. 62
(b) Area
(ii) Glass: H.G. 146.1–4Pl. 67, Figs. 63, 90
(iv) Tile tombPl. 28
(ix) Grave group, H. 106Pl. 70
(c) Area
(iv) Glass, H. 103.1. (v) Glass, H.G. 231Fig. 89
(vi) Glass, H.G. 127Pl. 66
(ix) Jet distaff, H. 314.1Pl. 69
     "    Ivory fan handles, H. 304Pl. 71
(d) Area
(i) Lead coffin lidFig. 64
(v) Tile tombPl. 28
(x) Lead urn (Inscriptions etc., No. 145)Pl. 32
(e) Area
(iii) Jet pendant, H. 320.1Pl. 68
(vi) Grave group. Glass: H. 324.5–6Fig. 88
     "    Casket-mounts: H. 324.7, 8, 10, 11, 13–15Fig. 65
(f) Area
(iii) Glass, H.G. 32. (iv) Glass, H.G. 182Fig. 89
(vi) Slate tablet (Inscriptions etc., No. 146)Pl. 65
(ix) Coffin, of Flavius Bellator (Inscriptions etc., No. 105)Fig. 86
(xii) Pottery, H. 42Fig. 66
(g) Area
(i) Coffin, of Julia Fortunata (Inscriptions etc., No. 106)Pl. 57
(h) Area
(iii) Pottery: J. 93 series: 989–91, 993–4, 996, 998, 1003, 1014, 1018–20, 1026, 1033, 1035–6, 1051–2, 1055, 1062, 1072, 1083Fig. 66
(iv) Pottery: H. 25–6Fig. 66
     "    Bronze duck brooches, H. 31Pl. 34
(i) Unlocalised Burials
Jet pins, H. 105Pl. 69
Bone pinsPl. 71
Bronze brooches: H. 139 a, b, c, H. 2426Pl. 34
Grave group. Glass, H. 13Fig. 89
Grave group: H. 34 a-cPl. 30
     "    Pottery, Cooking pot, H. 34 aFig. 67
     "     Motto beaker, H. 34 bPl. 35, Fig. 67
     "    Glass, H. 34 cPl. 67, Fig. 88
Pottery: H. 161, H. 165, H. 168 (also Plate), H. 181, H. 2153–4, H. 2182, H. 2218–9, H. 2236, H. 2261, H. 2267–70, H. 2272, H. 2275–6, H. 2278, H. 2305Fig. 67
     "    H. 38.1, H. 73, H. 152, H. 158, H. 160, H. 166, H. 182, H. 805–8, H. 2159, H. 2170, H. 2175, H. 2221, H. 2225, H. 2229–30, H. 2240, H. 2256Fig. 68
     "    H. 76–7, H. 1049, H. 2186, H. 2255, H. 2290–1, H. 2297–8, H. 2308Fig. 69
     "    Motto beaker, H. 154Pl. 35
     "    'Hunt cup', H. 163; flagon, H. 168Pl. 31
The Mount Cemetery. Plan of BurialsFig. 70
(j) Micklegate
(ii) Pottery: H. 65, H. 159, H. 788, H. 2069, H. 2076, H. 2135 (also Plate), H. 2331, H. 2333Fig. 71
     "    Face vase, H. 2135Pl. 29
(k) Blossom Street
(vi) Articulated jet bracelet, H. 108Pl. 70
(xii) Pottery. Face vase, Accn. 1267Pl. 29
(xii) Pottery. Cooking pot, H. 2334Fig. 71
(l) The Mount
(i) Burial vaultFig. 72
(iii) Pottery, H. 2329Fig. 73
(vii) Glass, H.G. 53Pl. 66
Pottery: H. 142, H. 2328Fig. 73
(xi) Grave group (Hennebique House): Pottery (1–4)Pl. 30, Fig. 73
(m) Driffield Estate, Mount School, Holgate Railway Bridge
(ii) Coffin, of Theodorianus (Inscriptions etc., No. 109)Pl. 57, Fig. 86
Pottery: H. 817–23, H. 2317, H. 2324, H. 2330Fig. 74
(vi) Coffin, of Aelia Severa (Inscriptions etc., No. 103)Pl. 57, Fig. 86
Pottery, H. 2326Fig. 74
(vii) Pottery: J. 93 series: 987, 1000, 1002, 1010, 1058Fig. 75
(xvii) Bronze mousePl. 34
(xviii) Coffin, of Simplicia Florentina (Inscriptions etc., No. 108)Pl. 56
(xix) Lead urn, H. 1058Pl. 32
(n) Unlocalised Burials fro The Mount
(ii) Grave group. Pottery, H. 2071Fig. 75
(iv) Segmented jet braceletPl. 70
(v) Glass, H.G. 144Pl. 66
(o) Trentholme Drive and Mount Vale
Cemetery. Excavation, looking N.E. to the DrivePl. 26
Pottery, from cremations (i–xi)Fig. 76
     "     "    (xii)Fig. 77
Inhumations. Crouched and extended burials, looking W.Pl. 27
     "    Stone cist, after removal of lidPl. 27
Pottery, from inhumations (xiii–xxviii)Fig. 77
     "    (xxix–xxxi)Fig. 78
     "    (xxxii) 'Parisian' warePl. 31
(q) Dringhouses
(iv) Pottery. Face vase, H. 2133Pl. 29
     "    H. 782, H. 2077Fig. 78
V. S. Region
Key-planp. 107
(b) Clementhorpe
(i) Gypsum burial. Woman and childPl. 33
     "     Textile impressionsPl. 33
(ii) Grave group. Pottery, H. 2312Fig. 78
     "    Glass, H.G. 44Pl. 67
(iv) Pottery: H. 2078, H. 2309, H. 2314, H. 2332Fig. 78
INSCRIPTIONS, SCULPTURES and ARCHITECTURAL FRAGMENTS
Secular
(1) Commemorative tablet, Trajanic. Fragment conjecturally completedPl. 41
(2–4) Commemorative tablets, fragmentsPl. 37
(5–7) Centurial stonesPl. 36
(8) Statue, head of ConstantinePl. 42
(9, 11–5) Architectural fragmentsPls. 40, 48, Fig. 79
(17) Masonry block, inscribedPl. 36, Fig. 81
(18) Masonry blocks, phalliPl. 36
(19–22) Antefixes, terra-cottaPls. 38–9
(23) Roof finials, terra-cottaPl. 38
(25–7) Tile stampsFig. 80
(28) Plaque, terra-cottaPl. 38
Religious
(29) Altar, JupiterPl. 45
(30) "    MarsPl. 44, Fig. 81
(32) "    SilvanusPl. 44, Fig. 81
(33) "    FortunePl. 43
(34) "    Genio LociFig. 81
(36) "    Matribus Afris etc.Pl. 44, Fig. 81
(37) "    Matribus, etc.Pl. 44, Fig. 81
(38) "    Matribus Domesticis etc.Pl. 43, Fig. 81
(39) "    VeterisPl. 44, Fig. 81
(40) "    ArciacoPl. 43
(42) "    uninscribed, MatresPl. 45
(45) "    "Pl. 44
(51) Dedication tablet, Genio Loci FeliciterPl. 37
(52) "    "    Numinibus Augustorum etc.Pl. 47
(53) "    "    HerculesPl. 47
(54) "    "    SerapisPl. 47
(55) "    "    inscribed fragmentsPl. 47
(56) Statue base, inscribed, FortunePl. 49, Fig. 81
(58) Statue, inscribed, ArimaniusPl. 46, Fig. 81
(59) "    MarsPl. 46
(60–3) StatuettesPl. 49
(67) Relief, MithraicPl. 46
(70) "    head of Celtic godPl. 46
Sepulchral
(71) Tombstone, Aelia AelianaPl. 50, Fig. 81
(72) "    Baebius CrescensPl. 51, Fig. 82
(73) "    Corellia OptataPl. 50
(74) "    DeciminaPl. 55
(75) "    DucciusPl. 55
(76) "    EglectaPl. 50, Fig. 83
(77) "    Flavia AugustinaPl. 54, Fig. 83
(79) "    HyllusPl. 51, Fig. 84
(80) "    Julia BricaPl. 54, Fig. 84
(81) "    fragment, Julia SecundaFig. 84
(82) "    Julia VelvaPl. 55
(83) "    fragment, ... obassaeusPl. 50, Fig. 84
(84) "    Mantia etc.Pls. 51, 55, Fig. 84
(85) "    carved fragmentPl. 50
(86) "    inscribed fragmentPl. 52
(87) "    "    "Pl. 52, Fig. 85
(88) "    "    "    Manlius CrescensPl. 52, Fig. 85
(90) "    "    "    child of Vitellia ProculaPl. 52
(91) "    "    "Pl. 52
(92) "    "    "Fig. 85
(95) "    (centurion)Pl. 53
(96) "    (smith)Pl. 53
(98–9) Tombstones, carved fragmentsPl. 54
(78) Tomb tablet, Flavius FlavinusPl. 51
(94) "    "    inscribed fragmentFig. 85
(103) Coffin, Aelia SeveraPl. 57, Fig. 86
(104) "    Aurelius SuperPl. 56
(105) "    Flavius BellatorFig. 86
(106) "    Julia FortunataPl. 57
(107) "    Julia VictorinaPls. 56, 59
(108) "    Simplicia FlorentinaPl. 56
(109) "    TheodorianusPl. 57, Fig. 86
(112) Coffin, carved fragmentPl. 56
(113, 115–9) Statues, humanPls. 49, 58, 62–3
(120) Statue, sphinxPl. 62
(121) "    fragment, tail of marine monsterPl. 48
(122) "    "    sphinx (?)Pl. 63
(123) "    fragments, lionsPl. 63
(124) Relief, mourning AtysPl. 62
(125) PlaquePl. 48
(126) Relief, TritonPl. 64
(127) "    NeptunePl. 61
(128) "    man with horsePl. 64
(129) "    fragment, horse and dogPl. 64
(130) Sculptured head, inscribedPl. 61
(132) Relief, fragment, pine-conePl. 48
(134–5) Architectural fragmentsPls. 63–4
(137–8) Tomb furniturePl. 60
Inscribed Small Objects
(139–45) MetalPls. 32, 65
(146–50) Stone, ivory, bonePl. 65, Fig. 58
Inscribed Pottery
(151) Motto beakersPl. 35
(152–4) GraffitiFigs. 73, 77, 87
GLASS IN ROMAN YORK
Late 1st and 2nd century:—
Bowl and beaker fragments: H.G. 176 (pillar-moulded)Fig. 89
     "     "    "    H.G. 205.3 (cut); H.G. 218 (Alexandrian); H.G. 273 (mould-blown)Fig. 88
Chariot cup fragment, un-numbered (a)Fig. 88
Cinerary vessel, H.G. 53Pl. 66
     "     Y.M. 1948.3.1Fig. 89
Cup fragments: H.G. 192 (base); H.G. 222–3 (handles)Fig. 88
Flasklet, H. 300Fig. 89
Hexagonal jug, H. 34 cPls. 30, 67, Fig. 88
Unguent bottles: H.G. 16, H.G. 217 (inscribed); H.G. 32, H.G. 49, H.G. 231Fig. 89
     "     H.G. 36.1–2Pl. 66
3rd and 4th century:—
Beakers: H.G. 127, H.G. 144, H.G. 180Pl. 66
Bottles: H. 13 (necked); H.G. 182 (delphiniform handles)Fig. 89
     "    H. 321.7–8; H.G. 109 (dropper)Pl. 67
     "    H.G. 146.1–4 (two hole-mouthed, two necked)Pl. 67, Figs. 63, 90
     "    H.G. 324.6 (ring-shaped)Fig. 88
Flasks: H. 2059.2, H.G. 33Pl. 67
     "    H.G. 227 (fragment)Fig. 88
Jar, H.G. 2Fig. 89
Jug: H. 12Pl. 67, Fig. 58
     "    H. G. 44Pl. 67
Mirror glass, H. 11Fig. 58
Rhenish crystal:
Colourless: H.G. 202.6, and un-numbered (b) (bowl fragments)Fig. 88
Cut: H.G. 210 (bowl); H.G. 162, H.G. 211, H.G. 205.1 (fragments)Fig. 88
Polychrome: H.G. 153, H.G. 184 (with blue trail); H.G. 208 (bird); unnumbered (Cologne vase)Fig. 88
Unguent flasks: H.G. 6, H.G. 9, H.G. 103.1Fig. 89
     "     H.G. 154Pl. 66
     "     H.G. 324.5Fig. 88
JET INDUSTRY IN ROMAN YORK, and Miscellanea
Bangles, jet (for Bracelets see Beads):
H. 9 (plain)Fig. 58
H. 106.13 (carved)Pl. 70
Beads, jet: H. 106 (spherical); J. 93.736, H. 108, and un-numbered (wedge-shaped, from articulated bracelets)Pl. 70
Distaffs, jet: H. 314.1–2Pl. 69
Pins, bonePl. 71
     "     with pearl, metal, jet headsPl. 71
Pins, jet: H. 105, H. 314.3, H. 2446–7 (faceted heads); H. 105 (cantharus heads); H. 2445 (human head)Pl. 69
     "     H. 106.1–9 (spherical heads)Pl. 70
Pendants, jet: H. 320.1, H. 321.14, H. 2443 (Gorgon medallions); H. 1028, H. 2442, H. 2444 (portrait medallions)Pl. 68
     "     J. 93.735 (bear)Pl. 70
Rings, jet: H. 106.12 (carved bezel); C. 1030, and un-numbered (plain bezels)Pl. 70
Roughouts, jet, H. 113Pl. 70


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