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The diversity of the items in the Inventory, which, for the reasons stated in the Report, p. xxvi, range from buildings to inscribed amulets, has necessitated the use of two sets of numbering: (1–61) for Monuments, (1–154) for Inscriptions, Sculptures and Architectural Fragments. In the Index the numbers of the former are given in brackets thus, (10); the numbers of the latter are also in brackets but prefaced 'Insc. No.' or 'No.', for example, (Insc. No. 10) or (No. 10). Where necessary for precise reference and for reference in a wider context to Museum objects, the Museum series numbers are also given; those from the Yorkshire Museum normally have the prefix H., H.G., C. or Acc., those from the Sheffield Museum the prefix J.

The capital letters in brackets, (A)–(V), associated with entries for the wall, rampart and ditches of the fortress, serve to identify the sites on the fortress plan, Fig. 3, and on the relevant section and plan Figures.

The Index includes references to Plates and Figures. For necessary economy in space, and without serious loss in convenience, these references are restricted to prime entries, for example, 'Constantine I, Emperor, sculptured head of, found in Stonegate, pp. xxxiv, 37b, 112a, Pl. 42', as opposed to a secondary entry, 'Stonegate, sculptured head of Constantine I found in, pp. xxxiv, 112a'.

In the Index, references to the left and right columns on the page are identified by 'a' and 'b' respectively after the page numbers.

INDEX

Acomb: building (50) at, p. 64a; burials near, p. 106b. See also Bachelor Hill.

" Landing, cemetery near, p. 77a.

Aelia Aeliana, tombstone of (Insc. No. 71), pp. xxxviii, 86a, b, 121b, Pl. 50, fig. 81.

" Severa, coffin of (Insc. No. 103), pp. xxxviii, 97b, 99a, 122b, 128b, Pl. 57, fig. 86.

Aelius Marcianus, P., prefect, altar (Insc. No. 29) dedicated by, p. 115a.

Aeternus, tablet to Hercules (Insc. No. 53) dedicated by, p. 119a.

Agricola: commander of Twentieth Legion, p. xxx; fortress defences reconstructed under, pp. xxx, 6a, 7b.

Agrius Auspex, altar to Mars (Insc. No. 30) dedicated by, p. 115b.

Airlie (Angus), comparison with glass from, p. 137b.

Albemarle Road, tombstones from, pp. 95a, 124b.

Albinus, Clodius, army of Britain taken to Continent by, pp. xxxii, 6b, 8b.

Aldborough (Isurium) (Yorks.), Road 9 from, pp. 3a, 5, 77a.

Aldwark: Interval Tower S.E. 1 in, p. 35a; 'Roman house' in, p. 43b.

Alexander, Julius, see Julius Alexander.

All Saints, church of, in North Street, tombstone built into, p. 122b.

Allectus, usurpation of, p. xxxiii.

Altars: pp. 114a–119a; see also Introduction, pp. xxxi, xxxv, xxxvii, and Dedication Tablets, Religious.
-, Inscribed, dedicated to:
-,-, Arciaco and the Emperor's divinity (No. 40), pp. xxxv, 118a, Pl. 43.
-,-, Emperor's divinity, see dedication to Arciaco above.
-,-, " " and the Genius of York (No. 35), pp. xxxvii, 53b, 116b.
-,-, Fortune (No. 33), pp. xxxvii, 54b, 116a, Pl. 43.
-,-, Genius Loci (No. 34), pp. xxxvii, 83a, 116b, fig. 81.
-,-, Genius of York, see Emperor's divinity and, above.
-,-, Home, see Jupiter below.
-,-, Hospitality, see Jupiter below.
-,-, Huitris, see Veteris below.
-,-, Jupiter and deities of hospitality and home (No. 29), pp. xxxvii, 115a, Pl. 45.
-,-, Mars: p. xxxvii; (No. 30), pp. 94a, 115b, Pl. 44, fig. 81; (No. 31), p. 116a.
-,-, Matres, see following entry.
-,-, Mother Goddesses (Matres): p. xxxvii; (No. 37), p. 118a, Pl. 44, fig. 81; of Africa, Italy and Gaul (No. 36), pp. 52b 116b, Pl. 44, fig. 81; of the home (No. 38), pp. 94a, 118a, Pl. 43, fig. 81; see also Uninscribed below.
-,-, Silvanus (No. 32), pp. xxxi, xxxv, 95a, 116a, Pl. 44, fig. 81.
-,-, Tutela (altar at Bordeaux), pp. xxix, xxxvi, xxxviii, 49, 130a.
-,-, Veteris, or Huitris, (No. 39), pp. xxxvii, 94a, 118a, Pl. 44, fig. 81.
-,-, York, Genius of, see Emperor's Divinity and, above.
-, Inscription added later, (No. 41), pp. 95a, 118b.
-, Uninscribed: (No. 42), with sculptured Matres, pp. xxxvii, 97b, 100b, 118b, Pl. 45; (No. 43), pp. 97b, 100b, 118b; (No. 44), p. 118b; (No. 45), pp. 57a, 118b, Pl. 44; (Nos. 46–9), p. 118b; bases only, pp. 3b, 119a.

Amulet, gold, with Greek inscription (No. 139), p. 133a, Pl. 65.

Andronica, inscription on lead urn (No. 145) referring to, p. 134a-b.

Anklets, jet, pp. 82a, 144a.

Antefixes, see Miscellanea under Architectural Fragments.

Antonine Itinerary, reference to Eburacum in, p. xxix.

Antonius Isauricus, Q., Imperial legate, altar to Fortune (Insc. No. 33) dedicated by wife of, p. 116a.

" Primus, centurial stones (Insc. No. 7) referring to, p. 112a.

" Stephanus, tombstone (Insc. No. 76) set up by, p. 122b.

Appletree Farm, Road 3 found N. of, p. 1b.

Approach Roads, see under Roads and Streets.

Aprilis, Classicius, see Classicius Aprilis.

Aquitaine, Verecundius Diogenes from, p. xxxviii.

Architectural Fragments: pp. 112b–114b; see also Introduction, pp. xxxv, xxxvii, and under Tomb Sculptures and Fragments.
-, Orders:
-,-, Bases: pp. 112b–113b; from civilian settlement, (21) pp. 52b, 113a, fig. 79, (30) p. 53b, (36) p. 59a, (37) pp. 59a, 113a, (38) pp. 59a, 113a; from fortress, pp. 38b, 43a, 112b, figs. 27, 79.
-,-, Capitals: p. 112b, Pl. 40, fig. 79; from civilian settlement, (31) pp. 53b, 112b, fig. 79, (37) pp. 59a, 112b, Pl. 40, (38) pp. 59a, 112b, fig. 79.
-,-, Columns: p. 112b; from civilian settlement, (26) p. 52b, (37) pp. 59a, 112b, Pl. 48.
-,-, Entablatures: architrave, p. 113b, Pl. 48; cornices, pp. 25a, 61a, 114a; slabs (friezes or tympanums?), p. 114a, Pl. 48.
-, Miscellanea:
-,-, Antefixes (terra-cotta), pp. 52b, 114a, Pls. 38–9.
-,-, Baluster, or Pillar, pp. 55b, 113a, fig. 79, Pl. 40.
-,-, Masonry blocks: inscribed (No. 17), p. 114a, Pl. 36, fig. 81; with carved phalli, p. 114a, Pl. 36; see also Centurial Stones.
-,-, Pedestal-base, pp. 53a, 113b.
-,-, Plaque (terra-cotta), p. 114b, Pl. 38.
-,-, Roof-finials (terra-cotta), p. 114b, Pl. 38.
-,-, Tiles, see under Tiles.

Arciaco, see under Deities.

Arimanius or Arimanes, see under Deities.

Armlets, see Bracelets and Bangles.

Armourer, see Smith under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Art Gallery, see York Art Gallery.

Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, altar from York at, p. 115a.

Asser, cited, on defences of York in 9th century, p. 12a.

Attius Severus, centurion, name inscribed on camp kettle, p. 133b.

Atys, see under Deities.

Augsburg (Augusta Vindelicorum) (Germany), Baebius Crescens from, pp. 121b–122a.

Augustini family, see Flavia Augustina.

Aurelia Censorina, coffin (Insc. No. 104) provided by, p. 130a.

Aurelius Flaccus, L., p. 116b.

" Lunaris, M., sevir Augustalis of York and Lincoln: pp. xxxviii, xxxix; altar at Bordeaux set up by, pp. xxxvi, xxxviii, 49, 130a.

" Mercurialis, tombstone (Insc. No. 82) set up by, p. 124b.

" Super, centurion of Sixth Legion, coffin of (Insc. No. 104), pp. 68b, 69a, 128b, 130a, Pl. 56.

Auspex, Agrius, see Agrius Auspex.

Auspicata, inscription (No. 56) referring to, p. 119b.

Avaricum, see Bourges.

Avenue, The, Clifton: burials from p. 74b; occupation debris (60) in, p. 65b; pottery from, p. 74b, fig. 60; Road 6 to N. of, p. 3a.

Bachelor Hill, Acomb, occupation debris (51) at, p. 64a.

Backhouse's Gardens: burials near, p. 80b; Garden House, building near, p. 55a.

Baebius Crescens, L., soldier of Sixth Legion, tombstone of (Insc. No. 72), pp. xxxv, 97a, 100a, 121b–122a, Pl. 51, fig. 82.

Baile Hill, burials near, p. 107a.

" " Terrace, tile tombs perhaps from, p. 107b.

Bangles, see Bracelets and Bangles.

Barclay's Bank, Coney Street, fortress wall (D) under, p. 21a, Pl. 10, fig. 6.

Bar Convent, The (St. Mary's Convent), Blossom Street and Nunnery Lane: burials found near, p. 94a. Stones, inscribed and sculptured, found at: pp. 92b, 94a; altars, pp. 115b, 118a; statue of Mars, p. 120a-b; tombstone, p. 122a.

Barita, Candida, see Candida Barita.

Barker Lane: building (33) in, p. 54a; evidence of street (17a) found near, p. 49b.

Barracks: see Buildings under Fortress, Interior; at Caerleon, pp. xxxiii, 41a; at Chester, p. xxxii.

Bar Walls: see also City Walls; burials found near, pp. 140b, 143a.

Bateman, Thomas, collection and correspondence of, p. xl.

Bath (Somerset), comparison with glass from, p. 137a.

Bath Houses:
-, In Civilian Settlements: (19), p. 52a, fig. 41; (34), pp. xxxvi, xxxvii, 49b, 54a–57a; (34a), apsed, p. 54b; (34b), p. 54b, fig. 44; (34c), p. 55a, fig. 45, Pl. 21 (furnace); (34d), caldarium, p. 55b, Pls. 19–20, figs. 46–7; (34f), p. 56b; (39iv), pp. 59a, b, 61a, Pl. 25, fig. 49; (39v), apsed, pp. 59a, 61a, fig. 49.
-, In Fortress, pp. xxxiii, xxxiv, 6, 37b, 42a, Pl. 18, fig. 32.

'Bawtry Field', Dringhouses, coffins from, p. 107b.

Beads: glass, pp. 73a, 86b, fig. 58; jet, pp. 72b, 81b, 84b, 106b, 142a, 143a, Pl. 70; material unspecified, p. 83a.

Bear, jet carving of, pp. 72b, 142b, Pl. 70.

Beckwith, F., collection of, p. xl.

Bedern, The: fortress wall, rampart and ditches (S) at, pp. 7a, 7n., 9b, 35b, fig. 26; tessellated pavements found at, p. 43a.

Bellator, Flavius, see Flavius Bellator.

Benson, George: short biography of, p. xli; cited, on fortress, pp. 6a, 12b–13a, 17 b, 25a, on roads, pp. 1b–2a.

Binchester (Durham), Severan rebuilding of fort at, p. xxxiii.

Birds: bones of, in burials, pp. 81a, b, 98b, 100b, 106b; hens' eggs in burial urns, pp. 95a, 106a.

Bishopgate Street, gypsum burial from, p. 108a.

Bishophill Junior: street fountain (17c) from, pp. 49b, 51a, Pl. 21; Roman masonry in tower of St. Mary's church in, p. 51b.

" Senior: altar found in, p. 114b; building (18) under St. Mary's church in, pp. xxvi, 51b, fig. 40.

Bishopthorpe Road: burials in, p. 108b; occupation debris (49) near, p. 63b.

Bituriges Cubi, tribe of Verecundius Diogenes, p. 131a.

Blossom Street: buildings in, (28) p. 53a, (46) p. 62b, fig. 51; burials near, pp. 3b, 92b, 94a–95a, fig. 70; jet bracelet from, pp. 94a, 143a; pottery found near, pp. 3b, 94a, b, 95a, fig. 71; stones, inscribed and sculptured, found near, p. 120b (statuette), and see under Bar Convent and Micklegate Bar; Roads 9 and 10 in, pp. 3a, b, 63a, fig. 51.

Bone Objects, see Boxes and Caskets, Bracelets and Bangles, Comb, Counters, Needle, Pins, Plaque, Slips.

Bootham: altar found near, p. 118b; burials in, pp. 72b, 73b, and see under Grave Groups; pottery from, p. 72b, fig. 57; Road 6 in, p. 3a.

" Bar: N.W. gate of fortress at, pp. 5, 25a, fig. 18; sculptured stones found at, pp. xxxv, 25a, 131b, 132a, 133a.

" School, occupation debris (58) at, p. 65b.

" Stray, practice camps (14, 15) on, p. 47b, fig. 36.

" Terrace: cemetery at, p. 72a; pottery from, p. 73b; Road 6 near, p. 3a.

Bordeaux (Burdigala) (France): altar referring to York at, pp. xxix, xxxvi, xxxviii, 49, 130a; Bituriges at, p. 131a.

Border's Shop, Coney Street, Interval Tower S.W. 3 under, p. 16b, fig. 11.

Bourges (Avaricum) (France), Bituriges at, p. 131a.

Bowes (Yorks.), Severan rebuilding of fort at, p. xxxiii.

Boxes and Caskets (see also Perfume-box): bone, p. 135b; bronze or bronze-mounted, pp. 82b, 83a, 84b, 140a, fig. 65; jet, pp. 142, 144b; wood, pp. 82b, 84b; material unspecified, pp. 83a, 85b.

Bracelets and Bangles: bone, pp. 68b, 73a, 82a, 91a, fig. 58; bronze, pp. 68b, 73b, 80b, 82a, 84a, b, 91a, 101a, 106b; copper, p. 74a; glass, p. 73a, fig. 58; gold and silver wire, p. 107b; jet, pp. 72a, 73a, 74b, 81b, 82a, 83a, 84a, b, 91a, 94a, 101a, 106b, 142, 143a, 144a, Pl. 70, fig. 58; material unspecified, pp. 82a, 83a, 85b, 101a, b, 106b.

Brica, Julia, see Julia Brica.

Bridge, Roman, over river Ouse, pp. 3b, 5.

Brigantes: campaigns of Cerialis against the, pp. xxix, 6; canton of the, p. xxxvi.

Britannia, see under Deities.

British Home Stores, Feasegate and Coney Street, fortress defences under: Interval Tower S.W. 1, p. 16a; wall and rampart (A), p. 19a.

Bronzework, see Boxes and Caskets, Bracelets and Bangles, Brooches, Camp Kettle, Chains, Dress-fasteners, Figurines, Handles, Lamps, Lockets, Mouse, Pendants, Pins, Rings, Slips, Votive Tablets.

Brooches: bronze, pp. 82b, 91a, 106b, Pl. 34; penannular, pp. 101a, 142b. See also Fibulae.

Brough (Petuaria) (Yorks.): occupation at, under Cerialis, p. xxix; Road 2 from, pp. 1a, 5.

Brough-under-Stainmore (Westmorland), Severan rebuilding of fort at, p. xxxiii.

Browne, John, historian and illustrator: p. xl; drawings by, p. 112a, Pls. 11, 36; tombstone recorded by, p. 128b.

Building Inscriptions: pp. 111a–112a; see also Introduction, pp. xxxi, xxxii, and Centurial Stones. Hadrianic (No. 2), pp. 8n., 111a, Pl. 37; Trajanic (No. 1), pp. xxxi, xxxii, 6, 7b, 35a, 111a, Pl. 41; miscellaneous, (No. 3), p. 111b, Pl. 37, (No. 4), p. 112a, Pl. 37.

Burdigala, see Bordeaux.

Bur Dyke, The, Road 6 in, p. 3a.

Burials: pp. 67–110, Pls. 26–35, 68–71, figs. 54–78; see also Introduction, pp. xxxiv, xxxv, xxxvii, xxxviii; (for the Inventory arrangement into Regions see key-plan p. 67 and Map at end of book: Region I, pp. 67–70; II, pp. 70–1; III, pp. 72–6; IV, pp. 76–107, figs. 62, 70; V, pp. 107–8). Anglian, p. 99a; burial clubs (collegia), pp. xxxv, 67a, 114b; encroachment of civil town upon, pp. 54b, 77b, 80a, 92b; mediaeval, pp. 54b, 80a; re-use of monuments, coffins and tombstones, pp. xxxiv, xxxv, xxxviii, 67a, 68a, 69a, 86a, 99a, 100b, 122b, 128b, 130a, b; rites practised in, pp. 79a, 101b–102b, 105a, 137b.
-, Associated Finds:
-,-, Animal Burials: dogs, pp. 82b, 85b; horses, pp. 79b, 80b, 85b, 97b, 100b.
-,-, Food Offerings: animals, pp. 100a, 106b; birds, pp. 81a, b, 98b, 100b, 106b; hens' eggs, pp. 95a, 106a.
-,-, Grave Goods: pottery, pp. 67–110 passim, Pls. 29–31, 35, figs. 54–7, 59–61, 66–9, 71, 73–8, motto beakers, pp. 65b, 70a, 73b, 76a, 91a, b, 135a-b, Pl. 35, figs. 55, 67, with graffiti, pp. 97a, 106a, 135b, figs. 73, 77; small objects, pp. 67–110 passim, Pls. 34, 65, 68–71, figs. 58, 65, inscribed, pp. 73a, 85b, 133a–135b, Pl. 65, fig. 58. See also: Grave Groups; Glass in Roman York, pp. 136–41, and Jet Industry in Roman York, pp. 141–4.
-,-, Inscribed and Sculptured Stones (coffins, tombstones and sepulchral fragments): pp. 121a–133b passim. S.E. of fortress (see key-plan p. 67): Castle Yard Cemetery, pp. 67a, b, 68a, b; Fishergate Cemetery, p. 69a; Lawrence Street, p. 70b. N.W. of fortress: general, p. 72; Rawcliffe Lane, p. 76b. S.W. of fortress: The Mount Cemetery, Blossom Street, pp. 92b, 94a, Driffield Estate, pp. 97a, b, 99a, b, 100a, b, Dringhouses, p. 107a, Micklegate, p. 92b, The Mount, pp. 95a, 96b, 97a, Trentholme Drive, p. 101b; Railway Station Cemetery, general, p., 79a, b, Area (a) (see fig. 62) p. 80b, Area (c) p. 82a, Area (e) p. 84a, Area (f) p. 85b, Area (g) p. 86a, b. S. of fortress, Clementhorpe, pp. 107b, 108a.
-, Cemeteries: Castle Yard, pp. 67a–69a; Clarence Street, p. 71a; Clementhorpe, pp. 107b–108b; Clifton Fields, pp. 73b–74b; Fishergate, p. 69a; Dringhouses, p. 107a-b; Heworth, pp. 70b–71a; Heworth Green, p. 70a–b; Mount, pp. 76, 92a–107b, fig. 70; Railway Station, pp. 76–92a, fig. 62; St. Mary'sBootham Terrace, p. 72a; Trentholme Drive, pp. 79a, 95a, 101a–106b, Pls. 26–7.
-, Cremations: in amphora, p. 100b; in glass, pp. 75b, 96b, 136b, Pl. 66, fig. 89; in lead, pp. 79b, 81a, 100b, 101a, 107b, 134a, 140b, Pl. 32; in pottery urns, pp. 67–110 passim, Pl. 30, figs. 54, 56–7, 59–61, 66–9, 71, 73–7; in stone ash chests, p. 79b.
-, Inhumations: pp. 67–110 passim, Pls. 26–7; see also Coffins and Tombs; in common burial pits, pp. 79b, 84b; crouched, in native tradition, pp. 69n., 85b, 105a–b; in cobble-lined graves, p. 100a; in gypsum, pp. 67b, 68a, 79b, 80b, 81a, b, 82a, b, 83a, 84a, 85b, 99a, 100a, 106a, 108a, b, 128b, Pl. 33, cloths from, pp. 108a–109b, Pl. 33; in stone cists, pp. 69n., 106a, Pl. 27; in wood-lined graves, pp. 68a, 100b.

Burland House, Upper Poppleton, Road 9 near, p. 3a.

Burton, John, collector, p. xl.

Burton Stone Lane: cremations from, p. 73b; pottery from, p. 73b, fig. 59.

Buxton, L. H. Dudley, skulls analysed by, pp. 80a, 84b, 110b.

Caecilius Musicus, freedman, coffin (Insc. No. 103) provided by, p. 128b.

" Rufus, coffin of Aelia Severa, his wife (Insc. No. 103), p. 128b.

Caeresius ... inus, veteran of Sixth Legion, tombstone (Insc. No. 77) set up by, pp. 122b, 124a.

Caerleon (Mon.): fortress, annexe to, p. xxxiii, barracks in, pp. xxxiii, 41a, rampart of, p. xxx, Trajanic reconstruction of, p. xxxi; comparison with glass from, p. 136b.

Caistor-by-Norwich (Norfolk), glass-working at, p. 141b.

Calcaria, see Tadcaster (Yorks.).

Caledonii, campaigns of Severus against the, p. xxxvi.

Calpurnius Similis, tombstone (Insc. No. 84) set up by, p. 126a.

" Victorinus, centurion, centurial stone (Insc. No. 7) referring to, p. 112a.

Campleshon Road, skull and coin found near, p. 108b.

Camp Kettle, bronze, inscribed, p. 133b, Pl. 32.

Camps, Practice, pp. xxvi, 47b, fig. 36.

Canabae, see Civilian Settlements, Extramural.

Candida Barita, tombstone of (Insc. No. 84), p. 126a, Pls. 51, 55, fig. 84.

Canosa (Italy), comparison with glass from, p. 136a.

Cardiff (Glam.), Roman polygonal towers at, p. 10 n.

Caracalla, Emperor, pp. xxxvi, 6a, 120a.

Carnelian (intaglio), p. 69b.

Carnuntum (Petronell) (Austria): Imperial court at, p. xxxvi; tombs at, p. xxxviii.

Caskets, see Boxes and Caskets.

Castlegate: building (36) in, p. 59a; Road 2 probably on line of, p. 1a; tomb-sculpture from, pp. xxxv, 67a, 132a-b.

Castle Museum, burials near, p. 67b.

" Yard: cemetery in, p. 67a; coffins, inscribed, from, pp. xxxv, 67a, b, 68b, 128b, 130a-b; possible line of Road 2 through, p. 1a.

Cautes and Cautopates, represented on Mithraic relief (Insc. No. 67), pp. 120b–121a, Pl. 46.

Celerinius Vitalis, L., clerk of Ninth Legion, altar to Silvanus (Insc. No. 32) dedicated by, pp. xxxi, xxxv, 116a.

Celtic God, unidentified, see under Deities.

Cemeteries, see under Burials.

Censorina, Aurelia, see Aurelia Censorina.

Centurial Stones: (Insc. No. 5), pp. 33b, 112a, Pl. 36; (Insc. No. 6), pp. 13a, 112a, Pl. 36; (Insc. No. 7), p. 112a, Pl. 36.

Centurions, see under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Cerialis, Petilius: his campaigns against the Brigantes, pp. xxix, 6; fortress defences constructed by, pp. xxx, 6a, 7a; first occupation of fortress under, pp. xxix, 6, 35a.

Chains: bronze, pp. 83a, 91a, 101a; material unspecified, pp. 81b, 100b.

Chapter House Street: see also Treasurer's House; via decumana represented by, pp. 5, 37a.

Cherry Street: building (45) near, p. 62a; burial near, p. 108a.

Chester (Cheshire): fortress, barracks in, p. xxxii, Constantian wall of, p. 13b, Trajanic reconstruction of, p. xxxi; comparison with glass from, p. 137a; Roman road to, p. 5; tomb monument at, p. xxxviii.

Cholera Burial Ground: Roman burials found near, p. 82a; Road 8 found S. of, p. 3a.

Church Street: S.E. side of fortress underlying, p. 7n.; via principalis in, p. 37b; intervallum road in, p. 38a.

Cinder Lane, burials found near, p. 86b.

City Walls, Mediaeval: buildings under, (27) p. 53a, (34d, e) pp. 54a–b, 55b–56a, Pls. 19, 20, figs. 46–7; burials under, pp. 80a, b; burials within line of, pp. 80a, 92b, 107, figs. 37, 62; civil town defences under, pp. xxxvii, 49a, b, 80a, figs. 37–9, 46; fortress defences under, pp. xxxii, 7a, 10a, 12a, 13b, 27b, 28a, 29a, b, 33a-b, Pls. 2–4, figs. 8, 22–5; inscribed and sculptured stones from, altar, pp. 57a, 118b, statue of Arimanius, pp. 57a, 120a, tomb fragment, pp. 80b, 132a, tombstone, pp. 80b, 126a; railway archways through, northern, pp. 49a, 80b, 81a, 84a, 126a, 132a, southern, pp. 49a, 80b; road archways through, northern, p. 49b, southern, pp. 49b, 57a, 118b, 120a.

Civilian Settlements (Civil Town (colonia), Extramural Settlement (canabae), Suburban Sites): pp. 49–65; see also Introduction, pp. xxxiv–xxxix.
-, Civil Town (colonia): pp. xxxv–xxxix, 49–58a, plans, figs. 37–8. Burials: associated with, pp. xxxvi, xxxvii, xxxviii; encroachment on earlier, pp. 54b, 77b, 80a, 92b. Colonial status of, pp. xxxvi, 49, 130a, 131a. Defences of, pp. xxxvii, 49a, b, figs. 38–9, 46. Extent of, pp. xxxv, xxxvii, 49, 80a, 92b. Inscriptions, sculptures and architectural fragments associated with, pp. xxxv, xxxvi, xxxvii–xxxviii, 52b, 53a, b, 54a, b, 55b, 57a. Layout of, p. 49b. Streets in, see under Roads and Streets.
-,-, Structures within and near (the following classification may be conjectural). Baths: (19), p. 52a, fig. 41; (34), pp. xxxvi, xxxvii, 49b, 54a–57a; (34a), apsed, p. 54b; (34b), p. 54b, fig. 44; (34c), p. 55a, fig. 45, Pl. 21 (furnace); (34d), caldarium, p. 55b, Pls. 19, 20, figs. 46–7; (34f), p. 56b. Houses: (27), with mosaic, p. 53a, Pl. 23; (28), p. 53a; (35), with mosaics, p. 57a, Pls. 22–4, Frontispiece, fig. 48. Public Buildings: (21), colonnaded, p. 52a; (26), colonnaded, p. 52b; (30), colonnaded, pp. xxxvii, 53b; (31), pp. xxxvii, 53b. Religious Buildings: (23), with altars, p. 52b; (32), apsed, with mosaic (Serapaeum?), pp. xxxvi, 53b, Pl. 22, fig. 43; (34g), p. 57a. Timber-built: (20), p. 52a; (34e), pp. 54b, 56a, figs. 46–7. Miscellaneous: (18), pp. xxvi, 51b, fig. 40; (22), p. 52b; (24), p. 52b, fig. 42; (25), p. 52b; (29), p. 53b; (33), p. 54a; (34e), p. 56a, figs. 46–7; (34g), p. 57a.
-, Extramural Settlement (canabae): pp. xxxiv–xxxv, 58a–61b, fig. 37; inscriptions, sculptures and architectural fragments associated with, pp. xxxv, 59a, 61a; layout of, p. 58a, b; streets in, see under Roads and Streets.
-,-, Structures in (the following classification may be conjectural). Baths: (39iv), with hypocaust, pp. 59a, b, Pl. 25, fig. 49; (39v), apsed, pp. 59a, 61a, fig. 49. Granary, (41), p. 61a. House, (36), with mosaic, p. 59a. Public Buildings: (38), p. 59a; (43), p. 61a, fig. 50. Religious Buildings: (37), p. 59a. Timber-built: (39i), p. 59b, Pl. 25, fig. 49; (44), p. 61b. Miscellaneous: (39i), p. 59b, Pl. 25, fig. 49; (39ii–iii), p. 59b, fig. 49; (40–1), p. 61a; (44), p. 61b; gutter (39), p. 61a; occupation debris (42), p. 61a.
-, Suburban Sites: pp. 61b–66b, fig. 37; burials, associated, pp. 62b, 63b, 65b, 73b, 85b, 108b; distribution of, pp. 61b, 64a, 65b.
-,-, Structures and other sites (the following classification may be conjectural). Houses: (45), with mosaic, p. 62a, Pl. 23; (50), with mosaic, p. 64a. Timber-built, (46), pp. 62b–63a. Wharves etc.: (52), p. 64a, figs. 52–3; (53), p. 64b; (54), p. 65a. Miscellaneous: (46), p. 62b, fig. 51; (55–6), p. 65a; (61), p. 66a; building debris, (47) p. 63a, (48) pp. 63b, 85b, (61) p. 65b; occupation debris, (49) p. 63b, (51) p. 64a, (57) p. 65a, (58–60) p. 65b; workshop site, (48), pp. 63b, 142, 143b.

Clarence Street, cemetery near, p. 71a.

Classicius Aprilis: C... Aprilis inscribed on camp kettle, p. 133b; tombstone (Insc. No. 78) set up by, p. 124a.

Claudia, tribe of soldier from Novaria, p. 126b.

Claudius I, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

" II Gothicus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Claudius Hieronymianus, legate of Sixth Legion, tablet to Serapis (Insc. No. 54) dedicated by, pp. 54a, 119b.

" Paulinus, Governor, p. xxxix.

Clementhorpe: building (45) in, p. 62a, Pl. 23 (mosaic); cemetery at, pp. 107b–108b; glass jug from, pp. 108a, 140b; gypsum burial from, p. 108a, b, Pl. 33; pottery from, pp. 108a, 140b, fig. 78; tombstone from, pp. 107b, 108a, 126b.

Clerk (cornicularius), see under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Clifford Street, building inscription from, p. 111b.

Clifford's Tower, burials near, pp. 67b, 69a.

Clifton: see also Avenue, The, Rawcliffe Lane and White House, Clifton; burials in, p. 75a; glass cinerary vessel from, pp. 75b–76a, 136b; occupation debris (60) in, p. 65b; pottery from, pp. 75a–76a, motto beaker, pp. 76a, 135a; Road 7 near, p. 3a.

" Croft, Roads 5 and 6 near, p. 2b.

" Fields, cemetery at, p. 73b.

" Green, Road 7 found on, p. 3a.

" Grove (now St. Olave's School), building (61) near, p. 65b.

Clodius Albinus, see Albinus, Clodius.

Close, Mr.: 'old house' of, see Railway Station Cemetery, Area (d); coffin found near father's house at Dringhouses, p. 107b.

Cloths, from gypsum burials, note by Miss A. S. Henshall, pp. 108–9, Pl. 33.

Cocidius, see under Deities.

Coffins: pp. 128b–131a; see also Introduction, pp. xxxiv, xxxv, xxxviii; re-use of, pp. xxxiv, xxxv, xxxviii, 67a, 68a, 69a, 86a, 99a, 100b, 122b, 128b, 130a, b.
-, Lead: pp. 67b, 70a, 71b, 74a, 75b, 79b, 80a, b, 81a, b, 82a, 83a, 84a, 85a, b, 86a, b, 97b; lid of, p. 83a, fig. 64.
-, Stone:
-,-, Inscribed: Aelia Severa (No. 103), pp. xxxviii, 97b, 99a, 122b, 128b, Pl. 57, fig. 86. Aurelius Super (No. 104), pp. xxxiv, xxxv, 68b, 69a, 128b, Pl. 56. D(is) M(anibus) only (No. 111), pp. 85b, 131a. Flavius Bellator (No. 105), pp. xxxvi, xxxviii, 79a, b, 85b, 130a, fig. 86. Julia Fortunata (No. 106), pp. xxxvi, xxxviii, 79a, b, 86a, 130a, 131a, Pl. 57. Julia Victorina (No. 107), pp. xxxiv, xxxv, 68a, 69a, 130a, Pls. 56, 59. Simplicia Florentina (No. 108), pp. xxxiv, xxxv, xxxviii, 97b, 100b, 130b, Pl. 56. Theodorianus (No. 109), pp. xxxviii, 97b, 130b, Pl. 57, fig. 86. Verecundius Diogenes (No. 110), pp. xxxvi, xxxviii, 79b, 86a, 130a, 131a.
-,-, Uninscribed: p. 131a; see also Burials, pp. 67–110, passim; carved amorino from (No. 112), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 131a, Pl. 56.
-, Wood, pp. 68b, 71b, 74a, 79b, 80b, 81b, 83a, 84a, 85a, 100a, 105b, 106a.

Coins: see also Introduction, pp. xxx, xxxii.
-, Claudius I, A.D. 41–54, p. xxx.
-, Claudius II (Gothicus), A.D. 268–70: from burial, p. 108b; from civil town, house (35), p. 57b; from fortress, rampart, pp. 10a, 21a.
-, Constantine I, A.D. 306–37, from burials, pp. 74a, 96b, 101a, in grave groups, pp. 72b, 82a, 142b.
-, Constantine II, A.D. 317–40, from fortress, Barrack P, p. 41b.
-, Crispus, A.D. 317–26, from burials, p. 101a, in grave groups, pp. 91a, 140b.
-, Delmatius, A.D. 335–7, from fortress, rampart, p. 19b.
-, Domitian, A.D. 81–96, from burial, p. 86b.
-, Elagabalus, A.D. 218–22, from extramural settlement, building (44), p. 61b.
-, Faustina I, A.D. 138–41, from suburban site, building (46), p. 63a.
-, Gallienus, A.D. 253–68, from burial, p. 106a.
-, Geta, A.D. 209–12, from civil town, building (30), p. 53b.
-, Gordian III, A.D. 238–44, from suburban site (47), p. 63b.
-, Gratian, A.D. 367–83, from burial, p. 84a.
-, Hadrian, A.D. 117–38: p. xxxii; from burials, pp. 79a, 80b.
-, Julia Mamaea, ob. A.D. 235, from extramural settlement, building (44), p. 61b.
-, Magnentius, A.D. 350–3, from burials, p. 74a.
-, Nerva, A.D. 96–8: from burials, p. 97a; from extramural settlement, site (42), p. 61a.
-, Severus, Septimius, A.D. 193–211: from burial, in grave group, p. 70a; from extramural settlement, building (44), p. 61b; from suburban site (47), p. 63b.
-, Tetricus I, A.D. c. 270–3, from fortress, rampart, pp. 10a, 29b.
-, Titus, A.D. 79–81, from extramural settlement, building (44), p. 61b.
-, Trajan, A.D. 98–117, from burials, pp. 91a (grave group), 107b.
-, Valentinian, I or II, A.D. 364–75 or 383–92, from fortress, intervallum store building (d), p. 45b.
-, Valerian, A.D. 254–60, from extramural settlement, building (44), p. 61b.
-, Vespasian, A.D. 69–79, from extramural settlement, building (44), p. 61b.
-, Victorinus, A.D. 268–70, from suburban site, building (46), p. 63a.
-, Miscellaneous: from burials, pp. 74a (hoard), 80b, 81a, 82b, 97a, 99b, 101b, 102a, 106a, 108a; from civil town, defences, p. 49b, building (30), p. 53b (hoard); from suburban sites, building (46), p. 63a.

Colchester (Essex): colonia at, p. xxxvi; glass-working at, p. 141b.

Collegia (burial-clubs), see under Burials.

Cologne (Rhineland): comparison with glass found at, p. 137a, b; glass imported from, pp. 137a, b, 141a; governor's residence (praetorium) at, p. xxxvii; polygonal defensive towers at, p. 10 n.

Colonia: see Civil Town under Civilian Settlements; evidence for colonial status of York, pp. xxxvi, 49, 130a, 131a.

Comb, bone, p. 80b.

Commodus, Emperor, p. 120a.

Coney Street. Dedication tablet found near, pp. 61a, 119a. Fortress defences in: p. 7 n.; Interval Towers, S.W. 1, p. 16a, S.W. 3, p. 16b, fig. 11; wall, rampart and ditches, (A) p. 19a–b, (C) pp. 7a, 7 n., 10a, 19b–21a, Pls. 10, 12, figs. 11, 15, (D) p. 21a, Pl. 10, fig. 6. Occupation debris (42) found near, p. 61a. Road 2 probably on line of, p. 1a.

Constans, Emperor, possible residence of, at York, p. xxxvi.

Constantine I, Emperor: coins of, see under Coins; proclaimed at York, p. xxxiv; sculptured head of, found in Stonegate, pp. xxxiv, 37b, 112a, Pl. 42.

Constantine II, Emperor, coin of, see under Coins.

Constantius I, Emperor: fortress defences reconstructed by, pp., xxxiii–xxxiv, 6b, 10a-11b; residence and death of, at York, pp. xxxiv, xxxvi.

Constantius, son of Septimius Lupianus and Julia Victorina, coffin of (Insc. No. 107), p. 130a-b.

Cook:
-, James, collector, p. xl.
-, Robert, collector: p. xl; cited on civil town defences, p. 49a.

Copperwork, see Bracelets and Bangles and Perfume-box.

Corellia Optata (Fortis), tombstone of (Insc. No. 73), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 96b, 122a, Pl. 50, cremations and glass associated with, pp. 96b, 136b.

Corellius Fortis, Q., tombstone (Insc. No. 73) set up by, p. 122a.

Coritani, canton of the, p. xxxvi.

Cornicularius (clerk), see under Ranks and Occupations, military.

Coss(utius?), M., building inscription (No. 4) referring to, p. 112a.

Counters: bone, pp. 101a, 102a; jet, pp. 142, 144b.

Cranborne Chase (Dorset), Romano-British skeletons from, pp. 109a, 110b.

Crescens, see Baebius, Julius, Manlius, and Secundius.

Crescent, The: pottery from, p. 94b; Road 10 found under, p. 3b.

Cricket Ground, former: burials found on, p. 86a; inscribed and sculptured stones from, pp. 86a, b, 121a.

Crispus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Crocus, Alemannic king, p. xxxiv.

Cross Keys Inn, Dringhouses, coffin at, p. 107b.

Cuckoo Hill, cemetery near, p. 77a.

Curium (Cyprus), comparison with glass from, p. 136b.

Cuthbert, St.: reference to Roman defences in grant of land to, p. 12a; structure (55) near church at Peaseholme Green dedicated to, p. 65a.

Dalton Terrace: see also Driffield Estate; Road 11 in, p. 3b.

Davygate. Defences of fortress in: rampart (B), pp. 12a, 19b, figs. 9, 10, 14; timber tower, pp. 7b, 14b, 19b, figs. 9, 10. Internal buildings etc. of fortress in: barracks R, Q, P, S, pp. xxxii, xxxiii, 5, 40b–41b, figs. 29, 30; intervallum buildings (b), pp. 19b, 43b, figs. 9, 11, 14, 33; intervallum road in, pp. 19b, 38a, figs. 11, 28–9.

Dean's Park. Defences of fortress in: Interval Tower N.W. 5, p. 27b, figs. 19, 20; wall and rampart (N), p. 29a, figs. 22, 34. Intervallum store building (c) in, p. 44b, figs. 22, 34.

Decimina, daughter of Decimus, tombstone of (Insc. No. 74), pp. 94a, 122a, Pl. 55.

Decurions, see under Ranks and Occupations, Civil.

Dedication Tablets, Religious: p. 119a-b; see also Introduction, p. xxxv, and Altars.
-, Inscribed, dedicated to:
-,-, Emperors' divinities and the goddess Jov.... (No. 52), pp. xxxv, 59a, 119a, Pl. 47.
-,-, Genius Loci (No. 51), pp. xxxv, 61a, 119a, Pl. 37.
-,-, Hercules (No. 53), pp. xxxv, 59a, 119a, Pl. 47.
-,-, Jov. . . ., see Emperors' divinities above.
-,-, Serapis (No. 54), pp. 54a, 119b, Pl. 47.
-,-, (Unknown) (No. 55), p. 119b, Pl. 47.

Deities:
-, Arciaco, altar (Insc. No. 40), pp. xxxv, 118a-b, Pl. 43.
-, Arimanius (Arimanes), Mithraic god of Evil, inscribed statue (No. 58), pp. xxxvii–xxxviii, 57a, 120a, Pl. 46, fig. 81.
-, Atys, tomb relief (No. 124), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 132a, Pl. 62.
-, Britannia: coin type of, p. xxxii; inscribed statue base (No. 57), pp. xxxvii, 120a.
-, Cautes and Cautopates, on Mithraic relief (No. 67), pp. 120b–121a, Pl. 46.
-, Celtic God (unidentified), relief (No. 70), pp. xxxviii, 121b, Pl. 46.
-, Cocidius, identified with Silvanus, p. 116a.
-, Dioscuri, reliefs: (No. 69), p. 121b; (No. 128), pp. xxxv, 132a, Pl. 64.
-, Eboraci, see Genius Eboraci, below.
-, Emperors' divinities: altars, (Insc. No. 35), pp. xxxvii, 116b, (Insc. No. 40), p. 118a-b, Pl. 43; dedication tablet (Insc. No. 52), pp. 59a, 119a, Pl. 47.
-, Fortune: altar (Insc. No. 33), pp. xxxvii, 54b, 116a, Pl. 43; inscribed statue base (No. 56), pp. xxxvii, 119b–120a, Pl. 49, fig. 81.
-, Genius Eboraci, altar (Insc. No. 35), pp. xxxvii, 116b.
-, " Loci: altar (Insc. No. 34), pp. xxxvii, 116b, fig. 81; dedication tablet (Insc. No. 51), pp. xxxv, 61a, 119a, Pl. 37.
-, Genius of York, see Genius Eboraci above.
-, Hercules: dedication tablet (Insc. No. 53), pp. xxxv, 59a, 119a, Pl. 47; bronze figurine, p. 71a.
-, Home, altar (Insc. No. 29), pp. xxxvii, 114a–115a, Pl. 45.
-, Hospitality, altar (Insc. No. 29), pp. xxxvii, 114a–115a, Pl. 45.
-, Huitris, see Veteris below.
-, Jov. . ., Celtic goddess, dedication tablet (Insc. No. 52), pp. xxxv, 59a, 119a, Pl. 47.
-, Jupiter: altar (Insc. No. 29), pp. xxxvii, 114a–115a, Pl. 45; Iuppiter Victor, coin type of, p. xxxii.
-, Mars: altars, p. xxxvii, (Insc. No. 30), pp. 94a, 115b, Pl. 44, fig. 81, (Insc. No. 31), p. 116a; statue (No. 59), pp. xxxvii, 94a, 120a-b, Pl. 46.
-, Matres, see Mother Goddesses below.
-, Mercury, relief (No. 68), pp. xxxviii, 121a.
-, Mithras: relief (No. 67), pp. xxxvii, 120b–121a, Pl. 46; temple of, pp. 54b, 57a.
-, Mother Goddesses (Matres), altars: p. xxxvii; (Insc. No. 37), pp. 116b, 118a, Pl. 44, fig. 81; (No. 42), pp. 97b, 100b, 118b, Pl. 45; of Africa, Italy and Gaul (Insc. No. 36), p. 116b, Pl. 44, fig. 81; of the home (Insc. No. 38), pp. 94a, 118a, Pl. 43, fig. 81.
-, Nantosuelta, consort of Sucellus, p. 133a.
-, Neptune, relief (No. 127), p. 132a, Pl. 61.
-, Ocean, votive tablet (Insc. No. 142), p. 133a-b, Pl. 65.
-, Serapis: dedication tablet (Insc. No. 54), pp. 53b–54a, 119b, Pl. 47; temple of, p. xxxvi.
-, Silvanus, altar (Insc. No. 32), pp. xxxi, xxxv, 95a, 116a, Pl. 44, fig. 81.
-, Sucel(l)us, inscribed ring (No. 140), pp. xxxv, 65a, 133a, Pl. 65.
-, Tethys, votive tablet (Insc. No. 142), p. 133a-b, Pl. 65.
-, Tutela, altar, from Bordeaux, p. xxxviii.
-, Venus: pipeclay figurines, pp. 69b, 100a; statuette (No. 62), p. 120b, Pl. 49
-, Veteris (Huitris), altar (Insc. No. 39), pp. xxxvii, 94a, 118a, Pl. 44, fig. 81.
-, York, Genius of, see Genius Eboraci above.

Delmatius, Emperor, coin of, see under Coins.

Demetrius, Scribonius, see Scribonius Demetrius.

Denys, St., church of, Walmgate, altar found at, p. 118a.

Densworth (Sussex), comparison with glass from, p. 137a.

Derventio, see Malton (Yorks.).

Dice, jet, p. 144b.

Dickinson's Market Garden (now part of Mount School): building debris (47) from, p. 63a; burials found in, p. 100a-b.

Diocletian, Emperor, reorganisation of Britain by, p. xxxiv.

Diogenes, Verecundius, see Verecundius Diogenes.

Dioscuri, see under Deities.

Distaffs, jet, pp. 82b, 143b, Pl. 69 (H. 314. 1–2).

District Bank, New Street, barrack R under, pp. 40b–41b.

Ditchley (Oxon.), comparison with glass from, p. 136b.

Domitian, Emperor, coin of, see under Coins.

Domna, Julia, Empress, see Julia Domna.

Dove Street, burials found near, p. 108b.

Drainage, see Water Supplies and Drainage.

Drake, Francis, historian, p. xl. Cited: on burials, pp. 73b, 74a, 101a; on practice camps, p. 47b; on fortress wall, p. 22a; on roads, p. 1b; on tombstones, p. 128a, b.

Dress-fasteners, bronze, p. 82b.

Driffield Estate (Dalton Terrace and Driffield Terrace): burials in, pp. 97a–100a, fig. 70; inscribed and sculptured stones from, p. 97a–b, coffins, pp. 97b, 99a, 122b, 128b, 130b, statues, pp. 99b, 131b, tomb finial, p. 132b, tombstones and tomb tablets, pp. 99a, b, 122b, 124a–b, 126a, b, 128a, b; pottery from, pp. 97b, 99a, b, figs. 74–5.

Driffield Terrace, see Driffield Estate above.

Dringhouses: burials near, p. 107a-b; inscribed and sculptured stones from, altars, pp. 118b, 119a, tomb finial, p. 132b, tombstone, pp. 107a, 128a; pottery from, p. 107b, fig. 78; Road 10 at, p. 3b.

Duccius Rufinus, L., standard-bearer of Ninth Legion, tombstone of (Insc. No. 75), pp. xxxv, 92b, 122a-b, 131b, Pl. 55.

Duncombe Place, via principalis in, p. 37b.

Dux Britanniarum, York as possible headquarters of, p. xxxiv.

Ear-rings: glass, p. 73a, fig. 58; gold, pp. 94b, 101a; silver, pp. 101a, 106b; material unspecified, p. 106b.

East Mount Road, pottery from, p. 94b.

Ebor Street, coffin found in, p. 108a.

Eburacum or Eboracum: pp. xxix–xxx; see also York, and Genius Eboraci under Deities.

Eggs, in burial urns, pp. 95a, 106a.

Eglecta, tombstone of (Insc. No. 76), pp. xxxviii, 92b, 122b, Pl. 50, fig. 83.

Elagabalus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Elm Bank House, Love Lane, coffin found at, p. 99a.

Embassy Hotel, see Trentholme House.

Emperors' Divinities, see under Deities.

Engine Sheds, burials on site of, p. 86a.

Eschenz (Switzerland), Roman defensive polygonal towers at, p. 10 n.

Exhibition Square: cremation from, p. 72a; pottery from, p. 72a, fig. 57.

Extramural Settlement, see under Civilian Settlements.

Fairfax, Brian, altar (Insc. No. 29) recorded by, p. 115b.

Falkland Street, tile tomb found near, p. 107a.

Fan Handles, ivory, p. 82b, Pl. 71.

Faustina I, Empress, coin of, see under Coins.

Fawcett Street: cemetery near, p. 69a; figurine of Venus from, p. 69b; pottery from, p. 69a.

Feasegate: fortress wall (A) under, p. 19a; S. Angle Tower under, p. 13a, fig. 7.

Felicius Simplex, coffin (Insc. No. 108) provided by, p. 130b.

Felix, tombstone of, see under Julius, . . . obassaeus.

Fetter Lane, bath house (19) in, p. 52a, fig. 41.

Fibulae: silvered, p. 85b; material unspecified, pp. 80b, 82a, 97a, b.

Figurines: see also Statues and Statuettes; bronze, Hercules, p. 71a; pipe-clay, male bust, p. 69b, Pl. 31, Venus, pp. 69b, 100a.

Fishergate: cemetery at, p. 69a-b; funerary statue from, pp. xxxv, 69a, 131a; pottery from, p. 69a, b, fig. 54.

" Postern, pipe-clay bust found near, p. 69b.

Flaccus, L. Aurelius, see Aurelius Flaccus, L.

Flavia Augustina and family, tombstone of (Insc. No. 77), pp. xxxviii, 97b, 99a, 122b, 128b, Pl. 54, fig. 83.

Flavinus, T. Flavius, see Flavius Flavinus, T.

Flavius Bellator, decurion, coffin of (Insc. No. 105), pp. xxxvi, xxxviii, 79a, b, 85b, 130a, fig. 86.

" Flavinus, T., centurion of Sixth Legion, tombstone of (Insc. No. 78). pp. xxxv, 76b, 124a, Pl. 51.

Florentina, Simplicia, see Simplicia Florentina.

Forsselius' Garage, Blossom Street: building (46) behind, p. 62b, fig. 51; coffin found at, p. 94a.

Fortified Enclosure, N.W. of fortress: pp. xxxiii, 45a, 47a, fig. 35; building (44) near, p. 61b.

Fortis, see Corellia Optata and Corellius Fortis, Q.

Fortress: pp. xxvi, 5–45, Pl. 1, fig. 3; see also Introduction, pp. xxix–xxxiv. Annexe on N.W. side, see Fortified Enclosure; arrangement in 4th century, pp. xxxiii–xxxiv, 6, 37b; development of, pp. 6, 7a, 37a; internal division of, pp. 5, 37a, 38a; initiation of, under Cerialis, pp. xxix, 6, 35a; position of, p. 5, Pl. 1; roads, approaching and within, see under Roads and Streets; strategic importance of, pp. xxix, xxxi, 5, fig. 1.
-, Defences: pp. 6a–12a; and see also component parts listed separately below. Agricolan, pp. xxx, 6a, 7b. Cerialian, pp. xxx, 6a, 7a. Constantian, pp. xxxiii–xxxiv, 6b, 10a, fig. 5. Earth and timber, 1st-century, pp. xxx, 6a, 7a. Post-Constantian alterations to, pp. 12a, 19b, 25a. Severan, pp. xxxii–xxxiii, 6a, 8b, fig. 4. Survival and possible renewal of, in earlier mediaeval period, p. 12a. Trajanic, pp. xxxi–xxxii, 6a, 7b.
-,-, Curtain-wall. See also general references under Defences above, and Centurial Stones. Constantian (4th-century), pp. 8a, 9a, 10a, b, 12a, 19b, 20b–22b, 28a–29b, 33a, 37a, Pls. 2, 10–3, figs. 5, 8, 15–6, 18, 21–2. Severan: pp. xxxii–xxxiii, 6a, 8a, 8b–9b, 10a, b, 20a–b, 31b, 33a-b, 35a, b, 37a, Pls. 7, 16, figs. 4, 23–6; foundations etc. below 4th-century work, pp. 9a, 10b, 17a, 19a, 20a-b, 21b, 22a-b, 28b, 33a, b, Pls. 5–6, 9, figs. 12–3, 15, 18. Trajanic, pp. xxxii, 6a, 8a-b, 9a, 25a, 31b, 33b, 35b, figs. 23–4, 26. Sections at (see key-plan, fig. 3): (A), pp. 8b, 19a; (C), pp. 10a, 19b, Pls. 10, 12, fig. 15; (D), pp. 12b, 21a, Pl. 10, fig. 6; (E), p. 21b, fig. 6; Interval Tower S.W. 5, p. 17a, Pls. 5, 6, figs. 12–3; (F), pp. 10b, 19a, 21b, Pl. 13, figs. 8, 16; (G-J), p. 28a; (K), pp. 8b, 9a, 28a, fig. 21; (L), pp. 8b, 9a, 10b, 28b, Pl. 11; (M), pp. 8b, 9a, 28b, fig. 18; (N), p. 29a, figs. 22, 34; (O-Q), p. 33a; (R), pp. 8a, 31b, 33a, Pl. 7, figs. 23–5, centurial stone (Insc. No. 5) from, pp. 33b, 112a; (S), pp. 8a, 35b, fig. 26; (T-V), p. 37a.
-,-, Ditches: pp. 22b, 25a, fig. 17; see also general references under Defences above. Agricolan (1st-century), pp. 8a, 17b, 19a, 22b, 25a, Pl. 6, figs. 9, 12, 13. Constantian (4th-century): pp. 10b, 19a, 21a, 25a, 35b, figs. 8, 11; pottery from, p. 10a. PostConstantian: pp. 12a, 25a; cornice fragment from, pp. 25a, 114a. Severan, p. 25a. Trajanic, pp. 8b, 25a. Sections at (see key-plan fig. 3): (C), p. 21a, fig. 11; Interval Tower S.W. 5, pp. 8a, 17b, 25 n., Pl. 6, figs. 12–3; (F), pp. 8a, 10 n., 12 n., 19a, 22b, 25a, figs. 8, 17; (K), p. 28b; (O), p. 33a; (S), pp. 35b, 37a, fig. 26.
-,-, Gates: p. 5; see also general references under Defences above. Constantian (4th-century), pp. xxxiii, 11b, 12b, 25a, figs. 6, 18. Trajanic, pp. xxxi, 6a, 8a, 12a, 35a, fig. 6. N.E. (porta decumana), pp. 2a, 29b. N.W. (porta principalis dextra): pp. 2b, 3a, 11b, 12a, 25a, fig. 18; sculptured stones from, pp. 25a, 72, 131b, 132a, 133a. S.E. (porta principalis sinistra): pp. xxxi, 1a, 35a; building inscription from, pp. xxxi, 6, 7b, 35a, 111a, Pl. 41. S.W. (porta praetoria), pp. xxxi, xxxiii, 1a, 2b, 3b, 8a, 11b, 12a, fig. 6.
-,-, Rampart. See also general references under Defences above. Agricolan or second phase or period, pp. xxx, 6a, 7b, 8b, 16a, 19b, 20a, 22b, 35a, b, 37a, Pl. 12, figs. 9, 10, 13–5, 25–6. Cerialian or first phase or period, pp. xxx, 6a, 7a, 19b, 20a, 35a, b, 37a, Pl. 12, figs. 13, 15, 25–6. Constantian (4th-century): pp. 10a, b, 19b, 21a, 29a, 44a, 45a, figs. 5, 10, 14–6, 22; coins from, pp. 10a, 21a, 29b. Post-Constantian addition: pp. 12a, 19b, fig. 14; coin from, p. 19b. Severan, pp. 9a, b, 10a, 19b, 20b, 35a, figs. 4, 15, 25. Trajanic, pp. 6a, 8a, b, 9b, 19b, 20a, 35a, figs. 10, 14–5, 25. Sections at (see key-plan fig. 3): (B), pp. 7b, 8b, 12a, 16a, 19b, figs. 9, 10, 14; (C), pp. 7a, b, 8b, 19b, Pl. 12, fig. 15; (F), p. 22b, fig. 16; Interval Tower N.W. 5, p. 28a, fig. 20; (N), p. 29a, fig. 22; (O-P), p. 33a; (R), pp. 7a, b, 8b, 20 n., 33b, 35a, fig. 25; (S), pp. 7a, 35b, fig. 26; (T), p. 37a.
-,-, Towers: pp. 6–11 passim, fig. 3; see also general references under Defences above. Agricolan, pp. xxx, 7b, 14b–16a, 19b, 31b, figs. 9, 10. Constantian (4th-century), pp. xxxiii, 6b, 9b, 10a, 11a, b, 13a–14b, 16a–19a, 26b–28a, Pls. 2–9, 11, figs. 7, 8, 11–3, 19, 20. Severan, pp. xxxiii, 6a, 8a, 9b–10a, 11b, 31b, Pls. 14–6, figs. 23–4. Trajanic, pp. xxxii, 6a, 8a, 12b, 31b, figs. 23–4. Angle Towers: pp. xxxii, xxxiii. East: pp. 8a, 29b, 31b, Pls. 15–6, figs. 23–4; evidence for timber tower at, pp. 7b, 31b. North, possible existence of, p. 26b. South: pp. 11a, 13a, fig. 7; centurial stone (Insc. No. 6) from, pp. 13a, 112a. West (Multangular Tower): pp. 10a, 11a, 13b, Pls. 2–4, 7, fig. 8; centurial stones (Insc. No. 7) from, p. 112a; coffin now in, p. 69a. Interval Towers: pp. xxxii, xxxiii; N.E. 1–5, possible existence of, p. 31b. N.E. 6: pp. 8a, 11b, 31b, 33a, 35a, Pl. 14, figs. 23–4; Trajanic curtain-wall at, p. 8a. N.W. 1, possible existence of, p. 26b. N.W.2: p. 26b, fig. 19; curtain-wall at, pp. 26b, 28a. N.W. 3, pp. 11b, 27a, Pl. 11, fig. 19. N.W. 4, possible existence of, p. 27b. N.W. 5, pp. 9b, 27b–28a, figs. 19, 20. N.W. 6–7, possible existence of, p. 28a. S.E. 1, p. 35a. S.E. 2–7, possible existence of, p. 35b. S.W. 1, p. 16a. S.W. 2, position of, p. 16a. S.W.3: p. 16b, fig. 11; intervallum buildings behind, p. 44b. S.W. 4, position of, p. 16b. S.W. 5: p. 17a, Pls. 5, 6, 8, figs. 12–3; 1st-century ditch beneath, pp. 8a, 17b, 25 n., Pl. 6, fig. 13. S.W.6: pp. 17b, 19a, Pl. 9, fig. 8; 1st-century ditch near, pp. 8a, 19a, 22b–25a; pottery in Constantian ditch near, p. 10 n. Timber Towers: p. xxx; at E. angle, pp. 7b, 31b; on S.W. side, pp. 7b, 14b–16a, 19b, figs. 9. 10, pottery in turf revetting of, pp. 7b, 16a, 19b.
-, Interior:
-,-, Arrangement, pp. 5, 6, 37a, b, fig. 3. Areas: central, with principia, pp. 37a, 38a; intervallum, pp. 19b, 37a, b, 43b–45b; praetentura, pp. 37a, b, 40a–43a, 43b–44b; retentura, pp. 37a, 43a, 44b–45b.
-,-, Buildings etc. Barracks: stone-built, pp. xxxii, xxxiii, 5, 6, 37a, b, 40a–41b, figs. 29, 30, coin from, p. 41b; timber-built, pp. 37a, 40b, 41a, b, fig. 31. Bath house, pp. xxxiii, xxxiv, 6, 37b, 42a, Pl. 18, fig. 32. Granaries (?), pp. 37a, 42a. Headquarters (principia), and in central area: pp. 5, 37a, 38a, b; column-bases, pp. 38b, 112b; head of Constantine, pp. xxxiv, 37b, 112a, Pl. 42. In intervallum: sealed by 4th-century rampart, pp. 10b, 19b, 29b, 44a; of timber, pp. xxx, 35a, 43b, 44a, figs. 9, 14; of stone, pp. 43b–44b, figs. 11, 33; see also Ovens and Store buildings below. In retentura, column-bases, pp. 43a, 112b, fig. 27. Ovens, pp. xxx, 7a, 37a, 43b–44a, figs. 9, 31. Store buildings, pp. xxxii, 6, 37a, 44b, 45a, figs. 3, 22, 34. Tessellated pavements, p. 43a. Walls, p. 42a.

Fortunata, Julia, see Julia Fortunata.

Fortune, see under Deities.

Foss, River, wharves beside: pp. xxxiv, 5, 58b, 64a; (52), p. 64a, figs. 52–3; (53), p. 64b; (54), p. 65a.

" Bridge:
-, Upper Poppleton (Yorks.), Road 9 at, p. 3a.
-, York, jetty (53) found near, p. 64b.

Fossgate: burials in, pp. 69b–70b; pottery from, p. 70a-b, fig. 55, motto beaker, pp. 70a, 135a.

Foss Islands Road, burials E. of, p. 71b.

Fountain, from street (17c), pp. 49b, 51a, Pl. 21.

Fowler, W., of Winterton, engraving of mosaic published by, p. 53a, Pl. 23.

Fox Inn, Dringhouses, altar found near, p. 118b.

Freedmen, Imperial, see under Ranks and Occupations, Civil.

Friary, on site of Old Railway Station, burials associated with, pp. 54b, 80a.

Frilford (Berks.), Romano-British skeletons from, pp. 109a, 110b.

Front Street, Acomb, building (50), in, p. 64a.

Fulford Barracks, pottery found near, p. 69b.

Furnace, from bath house (34c), p. 55a, Pl. 21.

Gale, Dr. Thomas: pp. 73b–74a; cited, on inscription (No. 89), p. 126b.

Gallienus, Emperor, coin of, see under Coins.

Garden Place, Stonebow, structure (52) in, p. 64a, figs. 52–3.

Gate Helmsley (Yorks.), Road 3 from, p. 1b.

Gaul, comparison with glass from, pp. 137a, 141b.

Genius Eboraci and Genius Loci, see under Deities.

Germany Beck, Road 1 at, p. 1a.

Geta, Caesar: coin of, see under Coins; residence at York, p. xxxvi.

Gibson, Dr., pottery given to Yorkshire Museum by, p. 73b.

Gillam, J. P., notes on pottery by, p. 101a.

Gillygate, relief from, p. 121b.

Girton (Cambs.), comparison with glass from, p. 136b.

Glass, in Roman York, pp. 136–41, Pls. and figs. see below passim:
-, Adornments: beads, pp. 73a, 86b; bracelet (bead), p. 73a, fig. 58; ear-drops, p. 73a, fig. 58.
-, Vessels:
-,-, late 1st to 2nd-century: pp. 136–7a, Pls. 66–7, figs. 88–9; beakers, p. 136a, b; bottles, pp. 82b, 101a, 137a, cinerary, pp. 96b, 136b; bowls, p. 136a; cup, chariot, p. 136b; flasklet, p. 136a; jar, cinerary, pp. 75b, 136b; jugs, pp. 91a, 137a, Pl. 30, inscribed, pp. 101b, 137a; miscellaneous, with winged Victory and inscribed, p. 137a, fine moulded and ground, p. 136a, from Hellenistic metal models, p. 136a. Comparison with types or wares from: Bath, p. 137a; Caerleon, p. 136b; Canosa, p. 136a; Chester, Cologne, p. 137a; Curium, p. 136b; Densworth, p. 137a; Ditchley, p. 136b; Gaul, p. 137a; Girton, Karanis, p. 136b; Lincoln, p. 137a; Locarno, p. 136b; Pompeii, p. 136a; Rome, p. 137a; Rottweil, Southwark, Vezelay, Vindonissa, Walbrook, Weldon (Gt.), Wilderspool, p. 136b.
-,-, late 2nd to early 3rd-century: p. 137a, b, Pls. 66–7, figs. 88–9; beaker, Cologne polychrome, p. 137b; bowls, Rhenish, p. 137b; jugs, Cologne, p. 137b; vase, Cologne, p. 137b; miscellaneous, bird from Cologne openwork vase, p. 137b, faceted and linear cut Rhenish ware, p. 137a, b. Prototypes and comparative wares from: Airlie, p. 137b; Mediterranean, p. 137a.
-,-, late 3rd to 4th-century: pp. 137b–141b, Pls. 66–7, figs. 88–9; beakers, pp. 82b, 101a, 140a-b, wheel-incised, pp. 101a, 140a, indented, p. 140b; bottles, pp. 70a (Walmgate), 91a, 140b, delphiniform-handled, pp. 85b, 141a, paired, pp. 81a, 140b, figs. 63, 90, unguent, pp. 83a, 84b, 140a, ring-shaped, pp. 84b, 140a; dropper, p. 140b; flagon, see jugs; flasks, pp. 82a, 141a, b; jugs, flagon, pp. 108a, 140b (Clementhorpe), Rhenish, pp. 73a, 140b, fig. 58 (Sycamore Terrace); miscellaneous, fragments, p. 101b. Comparison with types and wares from: Cologne, p. 141a; Gaul, p. 141b; Mayen, p. 140b; Rhineland, p. 141b; Syria, p. 140a. Glass-workers from Alexandria, Syria, p. 141b. Glass-working at Caistor-by-Norwich, Colchester, Wilderspool, p. 141b.
-,-, 17th-century, Waldglas, pp. 86b, 140 n.
-,-, Undated: bottles, p. 82a; bowl fragments, p. 72a; flask, p. 69a; miscellaneous, pp. 69a, 74a ('ampullae'), 74b, 82b, 85a, b (tumbler-shaped), 86b, (phial), 91a, 96a (phial), 101a.
-, Miscellaneous: mirror, pp. 73a, 141a, fig. 58 (Sycamore Terrace).

Glen Road, burials near, p. 70b.

Gloucester (Glevum): colonia at, p. xxxvi; legionary garrison at, p. xxix n.

Goldwork, see Amulet, Bracelets and Bangles, Ear-rings, Rings.

Goodramgate, statuette found in, p. 120b.

Gordian III, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Gorgon-heads, representations of: on antefixes, p. 114a, Pl. 39; on jet pendants, pp. 70a, 84b, 142a, Pl. 68.

Governor's Residence (praetorium): inscription (No. 42) referring to, pp. xxxi, 133a-b; possible position of, pp. xxxi, xxxvii.

Graffiti: on pottery, pp. 97a, 106a, 135b, figs. 73, 77, 87; on stone, p. 112a, Pl. 36; on tile, pp. xxxv, 114b.

Granaries, possible position of: in civilian settlement, p. 61a; in fortress, pp. 37a, 42a.

Grange Garth, brick tomb from, p. 69a.

Gratian, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Grave Groups (selected):
-, Bootham: pp. 72b, 142, comprising beaker (J. 93. 1017), Pl. 31, fig. 57, jet bear (J. 93.735), p. 142b, Pl. 70, jet bead (J. 93.736), p. 143a, Pl. 70, coin of Constantine.
-, Mount, The: Hennebique House, p. 97a, Pl. 30, fig. 73 ((xi) 1–4), comprising jar, beakers, bowl; unlocalised, p. 101a, comprising beaker (H. 2071), fig. 75, bronze chains, jet and bronze bracelets, silver ear-rings, box.
-, Railway Station Cemetery (IV Region). Area (b), ix, p. 81b, Pl. 70 (H. 106), comprising jet pins, p. 143b, ivory pins, bone needle, jet bracelets, pp. 143a, 144a, jet ring, p. 144b, 'urn'. Area (c), i, p. 82a, comprising bronze bracelets, coin of Constantine. Area (e), vi, pp. 84b, 140a, comprising bronze-mounted casket, fig. 65, glass unguent flask and ring bottle, p. 140a, fig. 88 (H. 324.5–6), jet bracelets, pins. Area (f), xiv, p. 86a, beakers. Area (h): iii, p. 86b, fig. 66 (J. 93.1018–20), beakers; iv, p. 91a, comprising bronze brooches, Pl. 34, bronze chain, jar and beaker, fig. 66 (H. 25–6), coin of Trajan. Area (i): Group H. 13–9, p. 91a, comprising glass bottle, p. 140b, fig. 89, bronze and bone bracelets, bronze strip, bone plaque, coin of Crispus; Group H. 34, pp. 91a, 137a, comprising cooking-pot, Pl. 30, fig. 67, motto beaker, p. 135a, Pls. 30, 35, fig. 67, glass flask, p. 137a, Pls. 30, 67, fig. 88.
-, St. Mary's: pp. 72a, 142, comprising jar (H. 319.1), fig. 57, glass bowl bases, jet bracelets.
-, Sycamore Terrace: pp. 73a, 142, fig. 58, comprising glass flagon, p. 140b, Pl. 67 (H. 12), bone inscription, p. 135b (Insc. No. 150), Pl. 65, jet bangles, p. 144a, glass bead bracelet, bone bracelets, metal lockets, glass ear-drops, glass beads, glass mirror, p. 141a.
-, Walmgate: pp. 70a, 142, comprising jet necklaces and pendant, pp. 142a, 143a, Pl. 68 (H. 321.14), jet pins, p. 143b, glass bottles, pp. 140b, 141b, Pl. 67 (H 321.7–8), two coins, one of Severus.

Gray's Court: fortress wall (P) behind, p. 33a; tomb relief found near, p. 132a.

Greek Inscriptions: on amulet (No. 139), p. 133a, Pl. 65; on votive tablets (No. 142), pp. xxxi, xxxvii, 133a-b, Pl. 65.

Grill Café, Blossom Street: cremation found at, pp. 3b, 94a; junction of Roads 9 and 10 at, pp. 3a-b, 94a.

Gubernator, see Soldier-Pilot under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Guildhall, Roman river crossing near, pp. 3b, 58b.

Gutters, see under Water Supplies and Drainage.

Gypsum Burials: pp. 67b, 68a, 79b, 80b, 81a, b, 82a, b, 83a, 84a, 85b, 99a, 100a, 106a, 108a, b, 128b, Pl. 33; cloths from, pp. 108a–109b, Pl. 33.

Hadrian, Emperor: building inscription (No. 2) naming, pp. 8 n., 111a, Pl. 37; campaigns in Britain under, p. xxxii; coins of, see under Coins; lack of evidence for work on fortress by, p. 8b.

Hadrian's Wall, destruction of, in A.D. 197, p. 10a.

Halifax (Yorks.), inscribed stone from York in Bankfield Museum at, p. 119b.

Handles. Inscribed, ivory, p. 134b, Pl. 65. Uninscribed: bronze, pp. 80b (lamp), 82b (mirror), 100a (unspecified); ivory, p. 82b, Pl. 71 (fan); jet, p. 144b (knife).

Harcourt Street, cemetery near, p. 70b.

Harden, D.B., special article on Glass in Roman York contributed by, pp. 136–141.

Hargrove, William, topographer and collector: p. xl; cited on burials, pp. 81a, b, 97b, 108b.

Hart's Store, Feasegate and Market St.: remains of S. Angle Tower of fortress in basement of, p. 13a; fortress wall (V) under, p. 37a.

Hawarden Place, fortress wall, rampart and ditches (S) under, p. 35b.

Haxby Road, cemetery near, p. 71a.

Heated Rooms (hypocausts, flues, furnace), pp. 42a–43a, 51b, 52a, 55a, b, 57a, 59b, 61a, 80b, Pls. 18–21, 25, figs. 32, 45–7, 49.

Hempland Lane, possible line of Road 3 near, p. 1b.

Hennibique House, The Mount: burials from, p. 97a; grave group, see under Grave Groups, The Mount.

Henshall, Miss A. S., note on Cloths in Burials with Gypsum by, pp. 108–9.

Hercules, see under Deities.

Heslington Lane, Road 1 near, p. 1a.

Heworth: cemetery at, pp. 70b–71a; pottery from, p. 71b, fig. 56.

" Green: cemetery at, p. 70a-b; pottery from, p. 70a-b, fig. 56; Road 4 represented by, p. 1b.

Hieronymianus, Claudius, see Claudius Hieronymianus.

High Ousegate, see Ousegate, High.

" Rochester, see Rochester, High.

Hill, R. A., cited on burials, p. 81a.

Hodgson, N., cited on burials, pp. 73b–74a.

Holgate Beck, cemetery near, p. 77a.

" Bridge area: burials found in, pp. 97a, b, 100b–101a, fig. 70; inscribed and sculptured stones found in, pp. 97b, 100b, altars, p. 118b, coffin, p. 130b.

Holgate Road: burials near, p. 94b; pottery found near, p. 95a.

Holgate Villa (former), burials in grounds of, pp. 94b, 97a.

" Village-Acomb, burials in area of, p. 106b.

Holy Trinity, church of the, in Micklegate: Roman column-base at, pp. 52b, 113a; tombstone now at, p. 128b; tombstone found near, pp. 92b, 122a.

Home, Goddess of, see under Deities.

Homestead Gardens, Road 5 in, p. 2a.

Horsley, John, antiquary, pp. xxxix, xl.

Hospitality, Goddess of, see under Deities.

House of Correction (former), burial found near, p. 80b.

Housesteads (Northumb.), Roman gatehouse at, pp. 12b, 26b.

Huitris, see Veteris under Deities.

Hull (Yorks.), coffin from York seen at, p. 131a.

" Road, Road 2 near, p. 1a.

Huntingdon Road: altar found near, pp. 116b–118a; pottery found near, p. 71b.

Hyllus, tombstone of (Insc. No. 79), pp. xxxviii, 84a, 124a, Pl. 51, fig. 84.

Hypocausts, see Heated Rooms.

Ilkley (Yorks.), Severan rebuilding of fort at, p. xxxiii.

Imago Clipeata, sepulchral plaque (No. 125), pp. xxxviii, 94a, 132a, Pl. 48.

Inchtuthil (Perth), timber tower at, p. xxx.

Inscriptions: pp. 111–35; see also Introduction, pp. xxxi, xxxii, xxxiv, xxxv, xxxvii, xxxviii, and under Altars, Architectural Fragments, Building Inscriptions, Centurial Stones, Coffins, Dedication Tablets, Glass, Graffiti, Pottery, Statues and Statuettes, Tiles, Tomb Sculptures and Fragments, Tombstones and Tablets, and individual small objects (mostly grouped under Nos. 139–50, pp. 133–5).
-, Names attested from:
-,-, Individuals (listed by nomina where known): Aelia Aeliana (No. 71), p. 121b. " Severa (No. 103), p. 128b. Aelius Marcianus, P., (No. 29), pp. 114a–115a. Aeternus (No. 53), p. 119a. Agrius Auspex (No. 30), p. 115b. Andronica (No. 145), pp. 134a-b. Antonius Isauricus, Q. (No. 33), p. 116a. " Primus (No. 7), p. 112a. " Stephanus (No. 76), p. 122b. Attius Severus (No. 143), p. 133b. Aurelia Censorina (No. 104), pp. 128b, 130a. Aurelius Mercurialis (No. 82), p. 124b. " Super (No. 104), pp. 128b, 130a. Auspicata (No. 56), pp. 119b–120a. Baebius Crescens, L. (No. 72), pp. 121b–122a. Caecilius Musicus (No. 103), p. 128b. " Rufus (No. 103), p. 128b. Caeresius .... inus (No. 77), pp. 122b, 124a. Calpurnius Similis (No. 84), p. 126a. " Victorinus (No. 7), p. 112a. Candida Barita (No. 84), p. 126a. Candidus (No. 146), p. 134b. Celerinius Vitalis, L. (No. 32), p. 116a. Classicius Aprilis: (No. 78), p. 124a; C(lassicius?) Aprilis (No. 143), p. 133b. Claudius Hieronymianus (No. 54), p. 119b. Constantius (No. 107), p. 130a-b. Corellia Optata (No. 73), p. 122a. Corellius Fortis, Q. (No. 73), p. 122a. Decimina (No. 74), p. 122a. Decimus (No. 74), p. 122a. Duccius Rufinus, L. (No. 75), p. 122a-b. Eglecta (No. 76), p. 122b. Felicius Simplex (No. 108), p. 130b. Felix (No. 83), p. 124b. Flavia Augustina (No. 77), pp. 122b, 124a. Flavius Bellator (No. 105), p. 130a. " Flavinus, T. (No. 78), p. 124a. Hyllus (No. 79), p. 124a. Julia Brica (No. 80), p. 124a. " Fortunata (No. 106), p. 130a. " Secunda (No. 81), p. 124a-b. " Velva (No. 82), p. 124b. " Victorina (No. 107), p. 130a-b. Julius Alexander (No. 147), p. 134b. " Crescens, C. (No. 38), p. 118a. Julius, . . . obassaeus (No. 83), p. 124b. Jullinus (No. 6), p. 112a. Manlius Crescens (No. 88), p. 126a-b. Mantia (No. 84), p. 126a. Mat(ernius?) Vitalis (No. 40), p. 118a-b. Metrobianus (No. 56), pp. 119b–120a. Minna (No. 89), p. 126b. Minucius Mudenus, M. (No. 36), p. 116b. (Mon?) obassaeus Julius, see Julius, . . . obassaeus above. Nikomedes (No. 57), p. 120a. Pol(l)io (No. 24), p. 114b. Primulus (No. 39), p. 118a. Rustius, M. (No. 37), p. 118a. Scribonius Demetrius (No. 142), p. 133a-b. Secundius Crescens (No. 76), p. 122b. Sempronia Martina (No. 80), p. 124a. Sempronius Martinus (No. 80), p. 124a. Septimius Lupianus (No. 107), p. 130a-b. Simplicia Florentina (No. 108), p. 130b. Sosia Juncina (No. 33), p. 116a. Taetrica (No. 84), p. 126b. Theodora (No. 109), p. 130b. Ulpia Felicissima (No. 145), p. 134a-b. Ulpius Felix, M. (No. 145), p. 134a-b. Valerius Theodorianus (No. 109), p. 130b. Verecundius Diogenes, M.: (No. 106), p. 130a; (No. 110), p. 131a. Victor (No. 149), p. 135a. Vitellia Procula (No. 90), p. 126b. Volusius Irenaeus (No. 58), p. 120a. Miscellaneous fragments: . . . abinia (No. 86), p. 126a; Coss(utius?), M. (No. 4), p. 112a; Perpet(uinius?), T. (No. 53), p. 119a; Sim(plicia?) (No. 56), pp. 119b–120a.
-,-, Place names, including origines: Augsburg (Augusta Vindelicorum), Germany (No. 72), pp. 121b, 122a. Eboracum, Eburacum, see York below. Nomentum, Italy (No. 109), p. 130b. Novaria, Italy (No. 91), p. 126b. Sardinia (No. 106), p. 130a. Vienne (Vienna), France (No. 75), p. 122a-b. York (Eboracum, Eburacum): (No. 35), p. 116b; (No. 53), p. 119a; (No. 105), p. 130a; (No. 110), p. 131a.
-,-, Tribe, Bituriges Cubi (No. 110), p. 131a.
-,-, Voting Tribes (tribus): Claudia (No. 91), p. 126b. Voltinia (No. 75), p. 122a-b.

Intervallum, see Arrangement under Fortress, Interior.

" Buildings, see Buildings under Fortress, Interior.

" Road, see Fortress under Roads and Streets.

Irenaeus, Volusius, see Volusius Irenaeus.

Ironwork, see Lampstand.

Isauricus, Q. Antonius, see Antonius Isauricus, Q.

Isurium, see Aldborough (Yorks.).

Ivory Objects, see Handles, Parasol-ribs, Pins, Polisher.

James Street, tile tomb from, p. 70b.

Jet: exported to Continent, pp. xxxix, 141–2; Kimmeridge shale and cannel coal substitutes for, p. 141; magical properties attributed to, pp. xxxix, 141; sources of, pp. 141, 142; use of, in prehistoric Britain, p. 141, in Viking times, p. 143a.
-, Industry in Roman York: pp. 141–4, Pls. 68–70; see also Introduction, p. xxxix; date of, p. 142; evidence for, pp. 63b, 142. Objects from dated grave groups: p. 142; from Bootham, pp. 72b, 142b, 143a; from St. Mary's, p. 72a; from Sycamore Terrace, pp. 73a, 144a, fig. 58; from Walmgate, pp. 70a, 142a, 143a, b.
-,-, Bangles, bracelets or hair-rings, anklets, etc. (for articulated bracelets or necklaces see Beads): p. 144a; decorated, pp. 81b, 82a, 84b, 91a, 144a, Pl. 70; plain or unspecified, pp. 74b, 82a, 83a, 84a, b, 106b, 144a, (from The Mount) pp. 101a, 144a, (from St. Mary's) p. 72a, (from Sycamore Terrace) pp. 73a, 144a, fig. 58; unfinished, p. 142.
-,-, Beads: p. 143a; from bracelets, spherical, pp. 81b, 143a, Pl. 70, wedge-shaped, p. 72b (Bootham), p. 94a (Blossom Street), p. 101a (The Mount), p. 143a, Pl. 70; from necklaces, p. 70a (Walmgate), pp. 84b, 142a, 143a; miscellaneous, p. 106b; roughouts for, pp. 63b, 142, Pl. 70.
-,-, Distaffs, pp. 82b, 143b, Pl. 69.
-,-, Necklaces, see Beads.
-,-, Pendants: pp. 142a–143b; animal, pp. 142b–143a, (bear, from Bootham) pp. 72b, 142b, Pl. 70; Gorgon-heads, p. 142a, Pl. 68, (from Railway Station) pp. 84b, 142a, (from Walmgate) pp. 70a, 142a; portrait-medallions, p. 142a-b, Pl. 68; miscellaneous, p. 143a.
-,-, Pins: p. 143b, Pls. 69, 70; cantharus-headed, pp. 81a, 84a, 143b, Pl. 69, crown, cylindrical and disc-headed, p. 143b, facetedheaded, pp. 84a, 143b, Pl. 69, human-headed, p. 143b, Pl. 69, spherical-headed, pp. 81b, 143b, Pl. 70, bone-shafted, p. 143b, Pl. 71, unspecified, pp. 70a, 81a, 82b, 83a, 85b, 91a; from Walmgate, pp. 70a, 143b; method of manufacture, p. 143b; roughouts for, pp. 63b, 142, 143b.
-,-, Rings: p. 144b, Pl. 70; carved, pp. 81b, 144b; inscribed, p. 144b; plain or unspecified, pp. 71b, 85b, 101b, 144b; roughouts for, pp. 63b, 142, Pl. 70.
-,-, Miscellaneous: casket or tray, pp. 142, 144b; counter, pp. 142, 144b; dice, p. 144b; knife-handle, p. 144b.

Jewellery and Ornaments: see Amulet, Anklets, Beads, Bracelets and Bangles, Brooches, Carnelian (intaglio), Chains, Dressfasteners, Ear-rings, Fibulae, Lockets, Necklaces, Pendants, Pins, Rings.

Jov . . ., Celtic Goddess, see under Deities.

Judge's Lodging, probable position of Interval Tower S.W.4 under, p. 16b.

Julia Brica, tombstone of (Insc. No. 80), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 124a, Pl. 54, fig. 84.

" Domna, Empress, residence of, at York, p. xxxvi.

" Fortunata, wife of Verecundius Diogenes: p. xxxviii; coffin of (Insc. No. 106), pp. xxxvi, xxxviii, 79a, b, 86a, 130a, 131a, Pl. 57.

" Mamaea, Empress: coins of, see under Coins; forged inscription of, p. 144 b.

" Secunda, tombstone of (Insc. No. 81), pp. xxxviii, 97b, 124a-b, fig. 84.

" Velva, tombstone of (Insc. No. 82), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 124b, Pl. 55.

" Victorina, wife of Septimius Lupianus, coffin of (Insc. No. 107), pp. xxxiv, 68a, 69a, 130a-b, Pls. 56, 59.

Julius Alexander, oculist's stamp (Insc. No. 147) referring to, p. 134b.

" Crescens, C., altar to Matres (Insc. No. 38) dedicated by, p. 118a.

Julius, . . . obassaeus, and Felix his son, tombstone of (Insc. No. 83), pp. xxxviii, 82a, 124b, Pl. 50, fig. 84.

Jullinus, centurial stone (Insc. No. 6) referring to, pp. 13a, 112a, Pl. 36.

Juncina, Sosia, see Sosia Juncina.

Jupiter, see under Deities.

Kaiseraugst (Switzerland): fortress at, p. xxxiii; polygonal defensive towers at, p. 10 n.

Karanis (Fayum, Egypt), comparison with glass from, p. 136b.

Kenrick, the Rev. John, Yorkshire Museum Curator, p. xl.

Keys, pp. 85b, 100b.

Kimmeridge Shale, pp. 141, 142.

King's Manor House (now Yorkshire School for the Blind), street and building (13c) found at, p. 47a.

" Square: fortress wall and rampart (T) near, p. 37a; S.E. gate of fortress at, pp. xxxi, 1a, 35a; Trajanic building inscription (No. 1) from, pp. xxxi, 35a, 111a; via principalis near, p. 37b.

Knavesmire Beck, cemetery near, p. 101a.

Knife-handle, jet, p. 144b.

Kyme Street, tile tombs perhaps from, p. 107b.

Lady Hewley's Hospital, building (34f) at, p. 56b.

Lambaesis (Lambèse) (N. Africa), legionary fortress at, p. xxxiv.

Lamps: bronze, pp. 80b (handle only), 86b; pottery, p. 90b, fig. 66; material unspecified, pp. 97a, b, 100a, 107b.

Lampstand, iron, p. 107b.

Langwith, Dr. Benjamin, collection of, p. xl.

Lawrence, St., church of, Roman tombstone in churchyard wall of, pp. 70b, 128b.

Lawrence Street: burials from, p. 70b; Road 2 in, p. 1a.

Layerthorpe, burials near, p. 71a-b.

" Postern, tile tomb near, p. 71b.

Leadwork, see Coffins, Seal Impression, Urns, and Pipes under Water Supplies and Drainage.

Leeman Road: altar found in, p. 118b; burials near, pp. 77a, 84b, 85b, 86a, b.

Legates, see under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Legions:
-, Second Adiutrix, p. xxx.
-, " Augusta, pp. xxix n., xxxi.
-, Sixth Victrix: at, York pp. xxxii, 6, 134a; badge of, p. 134a; centurions of, pp. 68a, b, 76b, 124a, 130a; inscriptions referring to, pp. 116b, 119b, 121b, 122b, 124a, 126a-b, 130a, b, (for legionary tile stamps see Tiles); legates of, pp. 116a-b, 119b; soldier of, pp. xxxv, 121b; soldier-pilot of, pp. xxxv, 116b; veterans of, pp. 122b, 126a-b.
-, Ninth Hispana: at York, pp. xxx, 6; clerk (cornicularius) of, pp. xxxi, xxxv, 116a; disappearance of, pp. xxxii, 6; inscriptions referring to, pp. 116a, 122b, 126b, Trajanic building inscription, pp. xxxi, xxxii, 6, 35a, 111a-b, Pl. 41, (for legionary tile stamps see Tiles); soldier of, pp. xxxv, xxxviii, 97a, 126b; standard-bearer of, pp. xxxv, 92b, 122a.
-, Fourteenth Gemina, p. xxix n.
-, Twentieth Valeria Victrix, pp. xxix n., xxx.

Lendal. Building (43) in, pp. 58b, 61a, fig. 50. Defences of fortress in: p. 7 n.; Interval Tower S.W. 5, p. 17a, Pls. 5, 6, figs. 12–3; wall (E), p. 21b.

Lincoln (Lindum): colonia at, p. xxxvi; comparison with glass from, p. 137a; Ninth Legion moved to York from, pp. xxx, 6; Second Legion at, p. xxx; Roman road to, p. 5; Sevir Augustalis of, p. xxxviii.

Lister, Martin, zoologist: pp. xxxix, xl; altar (Insc. No. 29) recorded and presented to Ashmolean Museum by, pp. 114b–115a; cited on burials, p. 73b.

Locarno (Switzerland), comparison with glass from, p. 136b.

Lockets: bronze, p. 73a, fig. 58; silver, p. 73a, fig. 58.

Lord Mayor's Walk: burials near, p. 71b; N.E. gate of fortress in, p. 29b; pottery found near, p. 71b.

Love Lane, burials found near, pp. 97 n., 98b, 99a, 100a.

Lowther Terrace, burials found near, p. 94b.

Lunaris, M. Aurelius, see Aurelius Lunaris, M.

Lupianus, Septimius, see Septimius Lupianus.

Lupus, Virius, see Virius Lupus.

Lycia (Asia Minor), jet from, p. 141.

Maeatae: campaigns of Severus against the, p. xxxvi; destruction of fortress by the, pp. 6b, 8b.

Magnentius, Emperor, coin of, see under Coins.

Mail Coach Inn, St. Sampson's Square, bath house under, pp. xxxiii, xxxiv, 6, 42a, Pl. 18, fig. 32.

Malton (Derventio) (Yorks.): occupation at, under Cerialis, p. xxix; Road 4 from, pp. 1b, 5.

" Museum, comparison with roof finial at, p. 114b.

Malt Shovel Inn, jetty (53) found at, p. 64b.

Mamaea, Julia, see Julia Mamaea.

Manlius Crescens, tombstone of (Insc. No. 88), pp. xxxviii, 97a, 126a-b, Pl. 52, fig. 85.

Mantia, Taetrica and Candida Barita, tombstone of (Insc. No. 84), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 126a, Pls. 51, 55, fig. 84.

Marcianus, P. Aelius, see Aelius Marcianus, P.

Marcus, Emperor, p. 120a.

Market Street: building (41) under, p. 61a; fortress wall (V) in, p. 37a.

Mars, see under Deities.

Martin-cum-Gregory, St., church of, Micklegate: post-Roman sculptured stone in tower of, pp. 53a, 128b; Roman sculptured stones found near, Mithraic relief, pp. 120b–121a, pedestal-base, pp. 53a, 113b; Roman tombstone now at, p. 128a.

Martina, Sempronia, see Sempronia Martina.

Martin's Bank, Davygate, barrack R under, pp. 40b–41a, figs. 29, 30.

Martinus, Sempronius, see Sempronius Martinus.

Mary St., churches of:
-, Bishophill Junior, reused Roman masonry in tower of, p. 51b.
-, " Senior, building (18) under, p. 51b, fig. 40.
-, Castlegate, building (36) under, p. 59a.

Marygate: Road 6 to S.E. of, p. 3a; wall of fortified enclosure (13) under, pp. 45b, 47a, fig. 35.

Mat(ernius?) Vitalis, centurion, altar to Arciaco (Insc. No. 40) dedicated by, p. 118a-b.

Matres, see Mother Goddesses under Deities.

Mayen (Eifel, Germany), comparison with glass from, p. 140a-b.

Melbourne Street, cemetery near, p. 69a.

Merchant Taylors' Hall, E. Angle Tower behind, p. 29b.

Mercurialis, Aurelius, see Aurelius Mercurialis.

Mercury, see under Deities.

Metrobianus, statue to Fortune (Insc. No. 56) dedicated by, p. 119b.

Michael le Belfrey, St., church of, column-bases found near, p. 38a.

Micklegate: buildings under, (22–3) p. 52b, (24) p. 52b, fig. 42, (25–6) p. 52b; street (17a) on line of, pp. 49b, 51a.

" area: burials in, p. 92b, fig. 70; inscribed and sculptured stones found in, altars, pp. 52b, 116b, 119a, architectural fragments, pp. 52b, 53a, 113a, b, Mithraic relief, pp. 120b–121a, statue fragments, pp. 120b, 131a-b, tombstones, pp. 92b, 122a, b, 128a, b; pottery from, p. 92b, fig. 71.

" Bar: building (27) near, p. 53a, Pl. 23 (mosaic); coffin fragment built into, p. 92b; inscribed and sculptured stones found near, sepulchral plaque, pp. 94a, 132a, statues, p. 120a, b, tombstones, pp. 94a, 126b, 128b; Road 10 found N.W. of, p. 3b; street (17a) found near, p. 51a.

Middlethorpe, coffins found near, p. 108b.

" Manor, occupation debris (49) found N. of, p. 63b.

Midland Bank:
-, High Ousegate and Nessgate: buildings (37) under, p. 59a; inscribed and sculptured stones from, p. 59a, architectural fragments, p. 112b, building inscription, p. 112a, dedication tablets, p. 119a.
-, Parliament Street, building (41) under, p. 61a.

Miller, S. N.: short biography of, p. xli; cited, on defences, pp. 6, 8 n., 12 n., 28a, b, 29a, b, 33a, b, 35a, b, on glass, p. 136a, on store building (c), p. 45a.

Mill Mount, tombstone found near, p. 122a.

Minna, tombstone of (Insc. No. 89), pp. xxxviii, 94a, 126b.

Minucius Mudenus, M., soldier and pilot of Sixth Legion, altar to Matres (Insc. No. 36) dedicated by, pp. xxxv, 116b.

Mirrors: bronze (handle only), p. 82b; glass of, pp. 73a, 141a, fig. 58.

Mitchel's Lane, Road 1 near, p. 1a.

Mithras: see under Deities; possible site of temple of, pp. 54b, 57a.

Mommsen, T., cited, on inscriptions, pp. 116b, 128b, 130b.

Monk Bar: burials near, p. 71b; fortress store building (d) N.W. of, p. 45a; fortress wall (R) S.E. of, p. 33a.

" Bridge, Road 4 near, p. 2a.

Monkgate: burials in, p. 71b; pottery from, p. 71b; Road 4 under, p. 2a.

(Mon?)obassaeus Julius, see Julius, . . . obassaeus.

Mosaics and Tessellated Pavements: figure subjects, pp. 53a, 54a, 57b, Pls. 22–4, Frontispiece: geometrical, pp. 58a, 62a, Pls. 22–3; plain, p. 65a; unspecified design, pp. 43a, 59a, 63b, 64a, 65b.

Mother Goddesses (Matres), see under Deities.

Mount, The: burials near, pp. 95a–97b, fig. 70, (see also Mount Cemetery); burial vault on, pp. xxvi, 95a, fig. 72; grave groups from, see under Grave Groups; inscribed and sculptured stones from, pp. 95a, 97a, altars, pp. 116a, 118b, coffin fragment, p. 131a, statue, p. 131a, table-leg, p. 133b, tomb relief, p. 132a, tombstones, pp. 122a, 124a, b, 126a, b, 128a; pottery from, pp. 96a, 97a, 135b, fig. 73, jar with graffiti, pp. 97a, 135b.

Mount Cemetery (comprising the areas of Blossom Street, Driffield Estate, Dringhouses, Holgate Bridge, Holgate VillageAcomb, Micklegate, The Mount, Mount School, Trentholme Drive, q.v.): pp. 76, 92a–107b, fig. 70; extent of, p. 92a-b. Unlocalised finds from: p. 101a; glass, pp. 101a, 137a, 140a; jet objects, pp. 101a, 142, 143a, 144a; see also Grave Groups.

" Hotel, tombstones from, pp. 95a, 96b, 124a, 126b.

" House, see Mount School below, and Driffield Estate.

" Parade, burials found in, p. 96b.

" School (formerly grounds of Mount House): building debris (47) at, p. 63a; burials near, pp. 97b, 99b, 100a-b, fig. 70; finds preserved at, pp. 100a, 121a; Road 11 near, p. 3b; tombstone from, pp. 100a, 121b.

" Vale, burials in, p. 101a.

" Villa, Tadcaster Road, tile tomb found at, p. 107a.

Mouse, bronze, p. 100b, Pl. 34.

Mudenus, M. Minucius, see Minucius Mudenus, M.

'Mulberry Tree', burial found near, p. 80b.

Multangular Tower (West Angle Tower), see Towers, Angle, under Fortress.

Museum Gardens: building (44) in, p. 61b; coffin now in, pp. 85b, 131a. Fortress defences in: W. Angle Tower, pp. 10a, 13b, Pls. 2–4, fig. 8; Interval Tower S.W. 6, p. 17b, Pl. 9, fig. 8; wall, rampart and ditches, at (F) pp. 10a, b, 21b, Pl. 13, figs. 5, 8, 16–7, at (G) p. 28a.

" Street, Interval Tower S.W. 5 in, p. 17a, Pls. 5, 6, figs. 12–3.

Musicus, Caecilius, see Caecilius Musicus.

Nantosuelta, see under Deities.

Necklaces: jet, pp. 70a, 142a, 143a; material unspecified, p. 91a.

Needle, bone, p. 81b, Pl. 70.

Nepos, Platorius, see Platorius Nepos.

Neptune, see under Deities.

Nerva, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Nessgate: buildings (37) in, p. 59a; inscribed and sculptured stones from, p. 59a, architectural fragments, p. 112b, building inscription, p. 112a, dedication tablets, p. 119a.

New Street. Defences of fortress in: Interval Tower S.W. 2, presumed position of, p. 16b; timber tower, p. 14b, figs. 9, 10. Internal buildings of fortress in: Barrack R, pp. 40b–41a, figs. 29, 30; intervallum building (b), p. 43b, figs. 9, 11, 14, 33.

Newton Terrace, tile tombs perhaps from, p. 107b.

Nigel Grove, burial found near, p. 101a.

Nikomedes, Imperial freedman, statue to Britannia (Insc. No. 57) set up by, pp. xxxvii, 120a.

Nomentum (Italy), Theodorianus from, pp. xxxviii, 130b.

North Street: Roman street (17b) in, p. 51a; structures (29) under, p. 53b; tombstone built into church of All Saints, p. 122b.

Northern Command Headquarters: cemetery on site of, p. 69a; pottery from, p. 69a, b.

Novaria (Italy), tombstone of soldier from (Insc. No. 91), pp. xxxv, xxxviii, 97a, 99b, 126b.

Novaesium (Neuss) (Rhineland), fortress at, p. xxxiv n.

Nunnery Lane, see Bar Convent, Blossom Street and Nunnery Lane.

Nunthorpe, Old: burials near, p. 108b; occupation site (49) near, pp. 63b, 108b.

Ocean, see under Deities.

Oculist's Stamp, soapstone, inscribed, p. 134b, Pl. 65.

Odeon Cinema, Blossom Street: burials near, p. 94a; pottery found near, pp. 94b–95a; Road 10 near, p. 3b.

Old Nunthorpe, see Nunthorpe, Old.

Optata, Corellia, see Corellia Optata.

Ouse, River: camp kettle found in, p. 133b; Roman bridge over, pp. 3b, 5.

" Bridge, mediaeval, sculptured stones from foundations of, pp. xxxvii, 113b–114a.

Ousegate, High: buildings (37–8) in, p. 59a; inscribed and sculptured stones found near, p. 59a, architectural fragments, pp. 112b, 113a, building inscription, p. 112a, dedication tablets, p. 119a.

Ovens, see Buildings etc. under Fortress, Interior.

Pamphylia (Asia Minor), jet from, p. 141.

Parasol-ribs, ivory, p. 82a.

Parisi: Roman advance through territory of the, p. xxix; canton of the, p. xxxvi.

Park Street, tomb relief found near, pp. 95a, 132a.

Parliament Street: building (41) under, p. 61a; fortress wall (U) under, p. 37a.

Paulinus, Claudius, governor, see Claudius Paulinus.

Pavement, York, wall (40) under, p. 61a.

Peaseholme Green: burials near, p. 71a; figurine of Hercules from, p. 71a; structure (55) at, p. 65a.

Pendants: of bronze, mouse, p. 100b, Pl. 34; of jet, bear, pp. 72b, 142b, Pl. 70, Gorgon-heads, pp. 70a, 84b, 142a, Pl. 68, portrait medallions, p. 142a, Pl. 68, miscellaneous, p. 143a; of material unspecified, p. 91a.

Penannular Brooches, pp. 101a, 142b.

Pennines, Roman road to the, p. 5.

Perfume-box, copper, p. 71b.

Perpet . . ., T., tablet to Hercules (Insc. No. 53) dedicated by, p. 119a.

Petergate, via principalis represented by, pp. 5, 37a, b.

Petilius Cerialis, see Cerialis, Petilius.

Petuaria, see Brough (Yorks.).

Phalli, pp. 86a, 132b, 114a, Pl. 36.

Piccadilly: motto beaker from, p. 70a-b; wharf (54) in, p. 65a.

Piles, timber: beneath fortress wall, pp. 8b, 9b, 14a, 19b, 28b, 35b, Pl. 11, figs. 18, 21, 26; in 4th-century ditch, p. 19a.

Pilot (gubernator), see Soldier-Pilot under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Pinehurst, The Mount, burials near, p. 97a.

Pins: bone, pp. 70a, 80b, 82b, 84a, 91a, 100b, 101a, 106b, Pl. 71, with jet heads, p. 143b, Pl. 71, with pearl and silver heads, Pl. 71, manufacture of, p. 63b; bronze, p. 106b; ivory, p. 81b, Pl. 70; jet, pp. 63b, 70a, 81b, 82b, 83a, 84a, 85b, 91a, 143b, Pls. 69, 70, manufacture of, pp. 63b, 142, 143b; silver, p. 80b; material unspecified, p. 80b. See also Distaffs.

Pipe-clay Figurines, see under Figurines.

Pipes, see under Water Supplies and Drainage.

Plaques: bone, p. 91a; terra-cotta, p. 114b, Pl. 38.

Platorius Nepos, governor, Sixth Legion brought to Britain by, p. xxxii.

Pliny, cited, on jet, p. 141.

Plutarch, cited, on Scribonius Demetrius, p. 133b.

Polisher, ivory, p. 63b.

Pol(l)io, name inscribed on roof-tile (Insc. No. 24), p. 114b.

Pompeii (Italy), comparison with glass from, p. 136a.

Pool Bridge, Wheldrake (Yorks.), Road 1 at, p. 1a.

Porta Decumana, Porta Praetoria, Porta Principalis Dextra and Porta Principalis Sinistra, see Gates under Fortress.

Post Office, Lendal, building (43) on site of, p. 61a, fig. 50.

Pottery, see also Burials, pp. 67–108 passim, Pls. 29–31, 35, figs. 54–7, 59–61, 66–9, 71, 73–8.
-, Inscribed:
-,-, Graffiti: on flagon, pp. 106a, 135b, fig. 77; on jar, pp. 97a, 135b, fig. 73; on various vessels, p. 135b, fig. 87.
-,-, Motto beakers: p. 135a–b; axsasi (laxsas?), from White House, Clifton, pp. 65b, 73b, 135a; da mi(hi), from Clifton (H. 153), pp. 76a, 135a, Pl. 35, from Railway Cemetery (H. 34b), pp. 79a, 91a, 135a, 137a, Pls. 30, 35, fig. 67; misce mi(hi), from Railway Cemetery, p. 135a; nolite sitire, from Fossgate (H. 155), pp. 70a, 135a, Pl. 35, fig. 55; vivatis, from Railway Cemetery (H. 154), pp. 91b, 135b, Pl. 35.
-, Types and Wares (selected): Anglian, p. 99a. Cantharus, p. 86a, fig. 66. Castor ware, pp. 52a, 68a, b, 72b, 74b, 79a, 86b, 90b, 91b, 92a, 94b, 100a, 101b, 106a, 107b, 108a, b, 142b. Crambeck ware, p. 79a. Dales ware, pp. 91b, 102b. Face vases: from Blossom Street, p. 95a, from Odeon site (Accn. 1267), p. 95a, Pl. 29; from Clifton Fields, p. 73b; from Fishergate, (H. 2132) p. 69b, Pl. 29, fig. 54, (H. 2134) p. 69b, fig. 54; from Priory Street, Micklegate (H. 2135), p. 92b, Pl. 29, fig. 71; from St. Helen's Road, Dringhouses (H. 2133), p. 107b, Pl. 29; from Trentholme Drive, p. 106b, fig. 78. Feeding-bottles, pp. 91b, 92b, figs. 69, 71. 'Hunt cups', p. 91b, Pl. 31, fig. 68. Lamp, p. 90b, fig. 66. Local wares, pp. 97b, 102a, b, 105a, 106a. Motto beakers, see under Inscribed above. Parisian ware, pp. 102a, 106b, Pl. 31. Rhenish ware, pp. 65b, 70a, 73b, 74b, 90b, 91b, 106b. Rustic ware, pp. 3b, 69a, 70a, 79a, 91b, 94a, 101a, figs. 54, 56, 68, 75. Samian: pp. 61a, 63b, 70b, 72a, 85b, 90b, 91a, 100a, 101b, 102a, 106b; mould, p. 63b, Pl. 31.

Practice Camps, p. 47b, fig. 36.

Praetentura, see Arrangement under Fortress, Interior.

Praetorium, see Governor's Residence.

Prefect, see under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Price, T., landowner, finds given to Yorkshire Museum by, p. 108a.

Price's Lane, gypsum burial from, p. 108a.

Primulus, altar to Veteris (Insc. No. 39) dedicated by, p. 118a.

Primus, Antonius, see Antonius Primus.

Principia (Headquarters Building), see Buildings under Fortress, Interior.

Priory Street, Micklegate: building debris from, p. 52b; pottery from, p. 92b, fig. 71.

Procula, Vitellia, see Vitellia Procula.

Prudential Insurance Building, see Yorkshire and Prudential Insurance Buildings.

Ptolemy, cited: on Eboracum, p. xxix; on Sixth Legion, p. 6.

Queen Anne Grammar School, cemetery near, p. 73b.

Queen Street: building (28) in, p. 53a; urn with hen's egg found near, p. 95a.

Railway Court, wall-foundation found in, p. 53b.

" Offices, Tanner Row: building (31) under, pp. xxxvii, 53b; cobbled channel (17d) under, pp. 49b, 51b; column capitals from, pp. 53b, 112b.

" Station Cemetery (IV Region, Areas (a–h), see below and fig. 62), pp. xxxviii, 76–92a. Buildings encroaching on, pp. 54b, 77b, 80a; date of, p. 79a; extent of, pp. 77–79a; inscribed and sculptured stones from, p. 79a, b (see also under Areas below); rites practised in, p. 79a. See also: Grave Groups above; Glass in Roman York, pp. 136–41 passim; Jet Industry, pp. 142–4 passim.
-, Area (a), within City Walls, including Old Railway Station (see fig. 62): pp. 54b, 80a–81a; tombstones from, pp. 80b, 126a, 132a.
-, Area (b), York and North Midland Railway lines (see fig. 62): p. 81a–b; pottery from, p. 81a.
-, Area (c), Station Road, Royal Station Hotel and Garden (see fig. 62): pp. 81b–82b; inscribed and sculptured stones from, p. 82a, altar-tomb, p. 132b, statue fragment, p. 131b, tomb capital, pp. 132b–133a, tombstone, p. 124b; pottery from, p. 82a, b.
-, Area (d), 'Mr. Close's old house', now part of present Station (see fig. 62): pp. 82b–84a, 108a–b; altar from, pp. 83a, 116b; pottery from, p. 84a; urn, lead, inscribed, from, pp. 83a, 134a–b.
-, Area (e), present Railway Station (see fig. 62): pp. 84a–b, 108b; tombstone from, pp. 84a, 124a.
-, Area (f), N. part of present Station and approach lines from Scarborough Bridge (see fig. 62): pp. 84b–86a; inscribed and sculptured stones from, p. 85b, coffins, pp. 86a, 130a, 131a, slate palette, p. 134b, statue fragment, lion, p. 131b; pottery from, pp. 85b, 86a, fig. 66 (H. 42).
-, Area (g), old Cricket Ground, now Engine Sheds and main lines W. of Scarborough Bridge (see fig. 62): p. 86a–b; inscribed and sculptured stones from, p. 86a, candelabrum, p. 133a–b, coffins, pp. 130a, 131a, tomb finials, p. 132b, tombstone, p. 121b.
-, Area (h), Coal Depots and Old Scarborough Railway lines (see fig. 62): pp. 86b, 90a–91a; pottery from, pp. 86b, 90a–b, 91a, fig. 66.
-, Unlocalised finds from: p. 91a; pottery, pp. 91a–92a, figs. 67–9, motto beakers, pp. 91a, b, 135a; silver ring, inscribed, p. 133a.

Railway Stations:
-, Old, (see Note, p. 76): baths and other buildings (34) on site of, pp. 54a–57b, Pls. 19–20, 21 (furnace), figs. 44–7; burials near, see Railway Station Cemetery, Area (a) above; civil town defences near, pp. 49a, b, 80a; inscribed and sculptured stones from, altar, pp. 54b, 116a, baluster, or pillar, pp. 55b, 113a, statuettes, p. 120b, tombstones, pp. 80b, 126a, 132a; votive tablets from, p. 133a.
-, Present British Railways (see Note, p. 76): see also Railway Station Cemetery above; building debris and industrial site (48) at, pp. 63b, 142, 143b.
-, " Street: altar from, pp. 53b, 116b; building (30) in, pp. xxxvii, 53b.

Raine:
-, The Rev. Angelo, antiquary, p. xli. Cited: on altars, pp. 118b, 119a; on building (50) at Acomb, p. 64a; on principia, p. 38a.
-, Canon James, antiquary, p. xli. Cited: on burials, p. 74b, on Railway Station cemetery, pp. 77a–91a passim; on fortress defences, pp. 26b, 35a–b; on glass, pp. 136a, 140b, 141a; on via praetoria, p. 37b.

Ranks and Occupations:
-, Civil:
-,-, Decurion, Flavius Bellator, pp. xxxvi, xxxviii, 79a, b, 85b, 130a.
-,-, " wife or daughter of a, p. 128b.
-,-, Freedmen: Caecilius Musicus, p. 128b; unidentified, p. 126b.
-,-, Gladiators: Victor, p. 135a; unidentified (retiarius relief), pp. xxxviii, 132b, Pl. 63.
-,-, Imperial freedman, Nikomedes, pp. xxxvii, 120a.
-,-, Oculist, Julius Alexander, p. 134b.
-,-, Schoolmaster, Demetrius, pp. xxxvii, 133b.
-, Military:
-,-, Armourer, see Smith below.
-,-, Centurions: Antonius Primus, p. 112a; Attius Severus, p. 133b; Aurelius Super, pp. 68b, 69a, 130a; Calpurnius Victorinus, p. 112a; C. Aprilis, p. 133b; Flavius Flavinus, T., pp. 76b, 124a; Jullinus, pp. 13a, 112a; Mat(ernius?) Vitalis, p. 118a–b; Septimius Lupianus (evocatus), p. 130b; unidentified, (primus pilus), p. 112a, (tombstone relief), pp. xxxv, 97b, 128a, Pl. 53.
-,-, Clerk (cornicularius), Celerinius Vitalis, L., pp. xxxi, xxxv, 116a.
-,-, Commander of auxiliary cohort, Aelius Marcianus, P., pp. xxxvii, 115a.
-,-, Legates: Antonius Isauricus, Q., pp. xxxvii, 116a–b; Claudius Hieronymianus, pp. 54a, 119b.
-,-, Prefect, Aelius Marcianus, P., p. 115a.
-,-, Pilot, see Soldier-Pilot below.
-,-, Smith (tombstone relief), pp. xxxviii, 107a, 128a, Pl. 53.
-,-, Soldiers: Baebius Crescens, L., pp. xxxv, 121a; unidentified, from Novaria, pp. xxxv, xxxviii, 97a, 126b.
-,-, Soldier-Pilot (gubernator), Minucius Mudenus, M., pp. xxxi, xxxv, 116b.
-,-, Standard-bearer (signifer), Duccius Rufinus, L., pp. xxxv, 92b, 122a–b.
-,-, Veterans: Caeresius . . . inus, pp. 122b, 124a; Manlius Crescens, p. 126a–b; Rustius, M., p. 118a.
-, Religious. Seviri Augustales: pp. xxxvii, xxxviii; Aurelius Lunaris, M., pp. xxxviii, xxxix; Verecundius Diogenes, M., pp. xxxvi, xxxviii, 79a, b, 86a, 130a, 131a.

Ravenna Cosmography, reference to Eburacum in, p. xxix.

Rawcliffe Lane, Clifton: burials in, pp. 72, 76a–b; pottery from, p. 76b, fig. 61; tombstone from, pp. xxxv, 76b, 124a.

Reliefs:
-, Funerary, see under Tombstones and Tomb Sculptures and Fragments.
-, Religious:
-,-, Celtic god (No. 70), pp. xxxviii, 121b, Pl. 46.
-,-, Dioscuri (?) (No. 69), p. 121b.
-,-, Mercury (No. 68), pp. xxxviii, 121a.
-,-, Mithraic (No. 67), pp. xxxvii, 120b, Pl. 46.

Religion in Roman York: pp. xxxvii–xxxviii; see also Deities.

Retentura, see Arrangement under Fortress, Interior.

Rhineland: see also Rhenish ware, under Pottery; altars to Sucellus found in, p. 133a; glass imported from, pp. 137a–b, 141a, b; comparison with glass found in, p. 141b; jet probably of British origin found in, pp. 141, 142; pipe-clay bust imported from, p. 69b.

Rings:
-, Inscribed: jet, p. 144b; silver, pp. xxxv, 65a, 133a, Pl. 65.
-, Uninscribed: bronze, pp. 80b, 82b, 101b; gold, pp. 65a, 85b, 130a; jet, pp. 71b, 81b, 85b, 101b, 144b, Pl. 70; silver, pp. 80b, 82b, 86b; material unspecified, pp. 91a, 106b.

Roach Smith, C.: cited on glass, p. 140b; drawing by, reproduced, fig. 63, p. 81a.

Roads and Streets, see Introduction, p. xxx.
-, Approach Roads: pp. 1–3, 5, fig. 2.
-,-, Road 1, from the S.E.: p. 1a; burials near, p. 67a.
-,-, Road 2, from Brough: p. 1a, b; burials near, p. 67a; in civilian settlement, pp. 58a, b, 59a, b, 61a, overlying building (39i), pp. 1b, 59b, Pl. 25, fig. 49; gutter beside, p. 61a; junction with Roads 5 and 10, p. 3b.
-,-, Road 3, from Stamford Bridge: pp. 1b, 58b; burials near, p. 70.
-,-, Road 4, from Malton: pp. 1b, 58b; burials near, p. 70.
-,-, Road 5, from the N.W.: pp. 2a, b, 3a; burials near, pp. 65b, 72; in civilian settlement, p. 58a; junction with Roads 2 and 10, p. 3b.
-,-, Road 6, linking 5 and 7: p. 2b; burials near, p. 72; occupation near, p. 65b.
-,-, Road 7, from the N.W.: p. 3a; burials near, p. 72; occupation near, p. 65b.
-,-, Road 8, minor: p. 3a; burials near, p. 76; buildings aligned with, pp. 49b, 54b.
-,-, Road 9, from Aldborough: p. 3a; burials near, p. 76, 92b; in civilian settlement, p. 63a; junction with Road 10, pp. 3b, 63a, fig. 51; lead seal impression found in, pp. 133b–134a.
-,-, Road 10, from Tadcaster: p. 3b; burials near, pp. 3b, 76, 92b; in civilian settlement, pp. xxxv, 49b, 53a, 54b, 57b, 63a; junction with Road 9, pp. 3b, 63a, fig. 51.
-,-, Road 11, minor: p. 3b; burials near, pp. 76, 92b.
-, Civil Town, streets in: pp. 49b–51b, figs. 37–8; (17a), pp. 49b, 52b; (17b), p. 51a; (17c), street fountain, pp. 49b, 51a, Pl. 21; (17d), cobbled channel, pp. 49b, 51b.
-, Extramural Settlement, streets in: p. 58b, fig. 37; evidence of, near buildings, (38) p. 59a, (39) p. 59b, fig. 49, (44) p. 61b.
-, Fortress and Fortified Enclosure, streets in: pp. 5, 37a–38a, 47a.
-,-, Intervallum road: pp. 19b, 37a, 38a, 44b, 45a, b, figs. 11, 28–9; lead pipe from water-main under, p. 38a, Pl. 17.
-,-, Via decumana: p. 37a, b, fig. 27; column-bases by, p. 43a, fig. 27.
-,-, Via praetoria: p. 37a, b; gutter from, p. 37b, Pl. 17; sewer from, pp. 12b, 37b, Pl. 17.
-,-, Via principalis, p. 37a, b.

Rochester, High (Northumb.), Roman defensive towers at, p. xxxiii.

Roma Victrix, coin type of, p. xxxii.

Rome (Italy), comparison with glass from, p. 137a.

Rottweil (Württemberg), comparison with glass from, p. 136b.

Rougier Street, Road 10 near, p. 3b.

Royal Station Hotel: burials on site of, pp. 81a–82b; inscribed and sculptured stones from, pp. 81b–82a, altar-tomb, p. 132b, statue, p. 131b, tomb capital, pp. 132b–133a.

Rufinus, L. Duccius, see Duccius Rufinus, L.

Rufus, Caecilius, see Caecilius Rufus.

Rustius, M., altar to Matres (Insc. No. 37) dedicated by, p. 118a.

St. Andrewgate, S.E. side of fortress underlying, p. 7 n.

St. Aubyn's Place, stamped tile from, p. 101b.

St. Clement's Nunnery, tombstone found on site of, pp. 107b, 126b.

St. Helen's Road: burials near, p. 107a, b; face vase from, p. 107b; Road 10 in, p. 3b.

" " Square, S.W. gate of fortress at, pp. 12a, 37b, fig. 6.

St. John's College, York, finds preserved at, pp. 100b, 134b, 142.

St. Leonard's Hospital: coffin at, pp. 85b, 131a; Interval Tower S.W. 6 at, pp. 17b–19a, Pl. 9, fig. 8.

" " Place. Defences of fortress found in: Interval Towers, N.W. 2, p. 26b, fig. 19, N.W. 3, p. 27a, Pl. 11, fig. 19; wall, (K) p. 28a, fig. 21, (L) pp. 5, 28b. Possible site of granary in, pp. 37a, 42a. Statue base found in, p. 119b.

St. Martin's Lane, building (20) in, p. 52a.

St. Mary's: altar found near, p. 118b; cemetery at, pp. 72a–73b; grave group from, see under Grave Groups.

" " Abbey: 'ancient street' in grounds of, p. 2b; buildings (44) under, p. 61b; fortified enclosure (13) at, pp. 45a–47a, fig. 35; Road 5 near, p. 2b; Road 6 near, p. 3a; terra-cotta pipes found at, p. 65 n.

" " Convent, see Bar Convent.

" " Hotel, coffin in garden of, p. 72b.

St. Maurice's Road: building (56) in, p. 65a; gold finger-ring found in, p. 65a; silver finger-ring with inscription (No. 140) found in, pp. 65a, 133a.

St. Olave's School (formerly Clifton Grove): building (61) near, p. 65b; burials found near, p. 74b; Road 6 near, p. 3a.

St. Peter's School: cemetery near, p. 73b; Road 5 N.E. of swimming baths of, p. 2b.

St. Sampson's Square: bath house under Mail Coach Inn, pp. xxxiii, xxxiv, 6, 42a, Pl. 18, fig. 32; walls found in, p. 42a.

Sarcophagi, see Coffins.

Sardinia, Julia Fortunata from, pp. xxxviii, 130a.

Saxon Church, possible remains of, built into fortress wall, pp. 12a, 26 n, 28a.

" Shore forts, defences of, p. xxxiv.

Scarborough Bridge: building debris near, p. 63b; burials found near, pp. 84b, 86a; inscribed coffins found near, pp. 85b, 86a, 130a, 131a.

Scarcroft Road, tombstones found near, pp. 95a, 122a, 128a.

Scribonius Demetrius, of Tarsus, votive tablets (Insc. No. 142) referring to, pp. xxxvii, 133b.

Sculptured Stones: pp. 111–35; see also Introduction, pp. xxxiv, xxxv, xxxvii–xxxviii, and Altars, Architectural Fragments, Coffins, Reliefs, Statues and Statuettes, Tomb Sculptures and Fragments, Tombstones and Tablets.

Seal Impression, lead, inscribed (Insc. No. 144), p. 133b, Pl. 65.

Secunda, Julia, see Julia Secunda.

Secundius Crescens, son of Marcus, tombstone of (Insc. No. 76), p. 122b, Pl. 50, fig. 83.

Sempronia Martina, tombstone of (Insc. No. 80), p. 124a, Pl. 54, fig. 84.

Sempronius Martinus, tombstone (Insc. No. 80) set up by, p. 124a.

Septimius Lupianus, centurion ex evocatus, coffin of wife of (Insc. No. 107), p. 130a–b.

" Severus, Emperor, see Severus, Septimius below.

Serapis, see under Deities.

Severa, Aelia, see Aelia Severa.

Severus, Attius, see Attius Severus.

Severus, Septimius, Emperor: p. 120a; coins of, see under Coins; colonial status granted to York by, p. 49; connection with Serapis, p. 119b; court of, at York, p. xxxvi; fortress defences reconstructed under, pp. xxxii–xxxiii, 6a, 8b–10a, b; palace of, at York, p. xxxvi.

Severus Hills: burials on, p. 106b; Road 9 at, p. 3a.

Seviri Augustales, see under Ranks and Occupations, Religious.

Sewers, see Drains and Sewers under Water Supplies and Drainage.

Sheffield Museum, finds from York in, pp. xl, 55b, 71b, 72b, 73b, 80b, 86b, 99b, 114b, 142, 142b, 143a.

Shipton Road: cremation found near, p. 76b; Road 5 to S. of, p. 2a.

Signifer, see Standard-bearer under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Silvanus, see under Deities.

Silverwork, see Bracelets and Bangles, Ear-rings, Fibulae, Lockets, Pins, Rings.

Sim Balk Lane, Road 10 near, p. 3b.

Similis, Calpurnius, see Calpurnius Similis.

Simplex, Felicius, see Felicius Simplex.

Simplicia Florentina, coffin of (Insc. No. 108), pp. xxxiv, xxxviii, 97b, 100b, 130b, Pl. 56.

Skeletal Remains: from Railway Station Cemetery, analysis by L. H. Dudley Buxton, pp. 80a, 84b, 110b; from Trentholme Drive, special article on, by Prof. R. Warwick, pp. 109–10.

Slate Tablet, inscribed (No. 146), pp. 85b, 134b, Pl. 65.

Slips: bone, inscribed (Nos. 149–50), pp. 73a, 135a–b, Pl. 65, fig. 58; bronze, p. 91a.

Smith, see under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Soldier-Pilot, see under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Soldiers, see under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Solinus, cited, on jet, p. 141.

Sosia Juncina, wife of Antonius Isauricus, Imperial legate, altar to Fortune (Insc. No. 33) dedicated by, p. 116a.

South Parade: pottery from, p. 94b; tombstone from, p. 94a.

Southwark (London), comparison with glass from, p. 136b.

Spurriergate: buildings (39) in, pp. 1a, 59a–61a, Pl. 25, fig. 49; cornice-moulding from, pp. 61a, 114a; Road 2 in, pp. 1a–b, 59b, fig. 49.

Staff-clerk (cornicularius), see Clerk under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Stamford Bridge (Yorks.): Road 2 via, p. 1a; Road 3 from, p. 1b.

Standard-bearer (signifer), see under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Station Road: burials in, pp. 81b, 82a; Road 8 in, p. 3a.

Statues and Statuettes: pp. 112a, 119b–120b, 131a–b; see also Introduction, pp. xxxiv, xxxv, xxxvii, xxxviii, and Figurines.
-, Inscribed:
-,-, Arimanius (Insc. No. 58), pp. xxxvii, 57a, 120a, Pl. 46, fig. 81.
-,-, Britannia (Inc. No. 57), pp. xxxvii, 120a.
-,-, Fortune: (Insc. No. 56), pp. xxxvii, 119b, Pl. 49, fig. 81; see also Insc. No. 33, p. 116a.
-, Uninscribed:
-,-, Constantine I (No. 8), pp. xxxiv, 37b, 112a, Pl. 42.
-,-, Mars (No. 59), pp. xxxvii, 94a, 120a, Pl. 46.
-,-, Venus (No. 62), p. 120b, Pl. 49.
-,-, Unidentified, pp. xxxv, xxxviii, 69a, 82a, 95a, 97a, 120b, 131a–b, Pls. 49, 58, 62–3.
-,-, Beasts and monsters: lions (No. 123), pp. xxxviii, 85b, 131b, Pl. 63; fish (No. 121), pp. xxxviii, 97a, 131b, Pl. 48; sphinxes, (No. 120) pp. xxxviii, 97a, 99b, 131b, Pl. 62, (No. 122) pp. xxxv, 25a, 72, 131b, Pl. 63.

Stead, Ian, cited, on Interval Tower S.W. 1, p. 16a.

Stephanus, Antonius, see Antonius Stephanus.

Stockton Lane: occupation debris (57) in, p. 65a; Road 4 in, p. 1b.

Stonebow, structure (52) in, p. 64a, figs. 52–3.

Stonegate: altar base found in, p. 119a; sculptured head of Constantine I found in, pp. xxxiv, 112a; via praetoria represented by, pp. 5, 37b.

Streets, see Roads and Streets.

Strip, bronze, p. 91a.

Stukeley, William, antiquary: correspondence with Drake, p. xl; practice camps noted by, p. 47b.

Suburban Sites, see under Civilian Settlements.

Sucel(l)us, see under Deities.

Super, Aurelius, see Aurelius Super.

Sycamore Terrace: burial in, p. 73a; grave group from, see under Grave Groups.

Tacitus, cited, on road building, p. xxx.

Tadcaster (Calcaria) (Yorks.): magnesian limestone from area of, p. xxxii; Road 10 from, pp. 3b, 5, 49b.

" Road: altar fragment from, pp. 118b–119a; burials near, p. 107a; Road 10 on line of, p. 3b.

Taetrica, tombstone of, (Insc. No. 84), p. 126a, Pls. 51, 55, fig. 84.

Tanner Row: see also Railway Offices, Tanner Row; Road 10 on line of, pp. 3b, 49b; tile drain found in, p. 54a.

Tanner's Moat, structures (29) in, p. 53b.

Territorium Legionis, settlement in, pp. xxxiv, xxxvi.

Tertullian, cited, on Claudius Hieronymianus, p. 119b.

Tessellated Pavements, see Mosaics.

Tethys, see under Deities.

Tetricus I, Emperor, coin of, see under Coins.

Theodora, mother of Theodorianus, inscription (No. 109) referring to, p. 130b.

Theodorianus, Valerius, see Valerius Theodorianus.

Thief Lane, cemetery near, pp. 77a, 84b, 85a, b.

Thoresby, Ralph, collector, pp. xxxix, xl. Cited: on burials, pp. 73b, 74a; on terra-cotta pipes, pp. 65 n., 74a.

Thorpe, W. A., cited, on glass, pp. 86b, 137 n., 140 n.

Tile Lacing-courses, in Constantian wall, p. 10a, b, Pl. 13, fig. 5.

Tiles, roofing and building, stamped or inscribed:
-, Sixth Legion: p. 114b, fig. 80; from burials, pp. 70b, 85a, 86b, 107a, b; from civilian settlement, pp. 57a, 61b, 63b, 65a; from fortress, pp. 42b, 43a.
-, Ninth Legion: p. 114b, fig. 80; from burials, pp. 71b, 81a, 86b, 101b; from civilian settlement, pp. 52a, 65a; from fortress, pp. 6, 7a, 42b, 43a, b.
-, Miscellaneous: Pol(l)io collegio etc. (Insc. No. 24), pp. xxxv, 114b; (Insc. No. 27), p. 114b, fig. 80.

Timber Buildings:
-, In Civilian Settlements: p. xxxvi; (20), p. 52a; (34e), pp. 54b, 56a, figs. 46–7; (44), p. 61b; (46), pp. 62b–63a.
-, In Fortress: p. xxx; barracks, pp. 37a, 40b, 41a, b, fig. 31; intervallum buildings, pp. 35a, 43b, figs. 9, 14; towers, pp. 7b, 14b–16a, 19b, 31b, figs. 9, 10.
-, " Piles: beneath fortress wall, pp. 8b, 9b, 14a, 19b, 28b, 35b, Pl. 11, figs. 18, 21, 26; in 4th-century ditch, p. 19a.
-, " Understrapping of fortress rampart: Agricolan or second phase, pp. xxx, 6a, 7b, 19b, 20a, 35b, 37a, Pl. 12, figs. 10, 14, 14, 26; Cerialian or first phase, pp. xxx, 6a, 7a–b, 20a, 37a, Pl. 12, fig. 15.

Titus, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Toft Green: plan of finds in area of, fig. 38. Buildings under: (32), pp. 53b–54a, fig. 43, Pl. 22 (mosaic); (35), pp. 57a–58a, fig. 48, Pls. 22–3 and frontispiece (mosaics). Burials, probably mediaeval in, p. 80a. Glass from, p. 137b. Inscribed and sculptured stones found in: dedication tablet, pp. 54a, 119b; statuettes, p. 120b. Road 10: represented by, p. 49b; found S. of, p. 3b.

Tombs: coffins originally placed in, pp. xxxiv, 68a; tombstones and tablets built into, pp. xxxviii, 124a, 128a; see also Tomb Sculptures and Fragments. Brick, pp. 74a, 79b, 80b; brick and tile, p. 69a; stone, pp. 79b, 81b, 84a, 95a, fig. 72; tile, pp. 70b, 71a, 79b, 80b, 81a, b, 83a, 85a, 86a, b, 91a, 107a, b, Pl. 28; vaulted, pp. xxvi, 79b, 80b, 81b, 95a, 97b, fig. 72.

Tomb Sculptures and Fragments: pp. 132a–133b; see also Introduction, pp. xxxv, xxxviii.
-, Inscribed:
-,-, Altar-tomb (Insc. No. 131), pp. xxxviii, 82a, 132b.
-,-, Corner-stone, head, with inscribed base (Insc. No. 130), pp. xxxv, 67a, 132a, Pl. 61.
-, Uninscribed:
-,-, Architectural fragments: capital, with retiarius relief (No. 134), pp. xxxviii, 82a, 132b, Pl. 63; cornice (No. 135), pp. 25a, 72, 133a, Pl. 64; finials (No. 133), pp. xxxviii, 86a, 97a, 132b; frieze (No. 136), p. 133a.
-,-, Furniture: candelabrum (No. 137), pp. xxxviii, 79a, b, 86a, 133a, Pl. 60; table-leg (No. 138), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 133b, Pl. 60.
-,-, Plaque, imago clipeata (No. 125), pp. xxxviii, 94a, 132a, Pl. 48.
-,-, Reliefs: Atys (No. 124), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 132a, Pl. 62; horse and dog (No. 129), pp. 80b, 132a, Pl. 64; man and horse, Dioscurus(?) (No. 128), pp. xxxv, 132a, Pl. 64; pine-cone (No. 132), p. 132b, Pl. 48; Neptune (No. 127), pp. xxxv, 25a, 72, 132a, Pl. 61; Triton (No. 126), pp. xxxv, 25a, 72, 132a, Pl. 64.

Tombstones and Tablets: pp. 121a–128b; see also Introduction, pp. xxxv, xxxviii; built into monumental tombs, pp. xxxviii, 124a, 128a; cippi, p. 82a; reused as coffin lid, pp. 97b, 99a, 122b, 128b.
-, Inscribed:
-,-, Aelia Aeliana (No. 71), pp. xxxviii, 86a, b, 121b, Pl. 50, fig. 81.
-,-, Baebius Crescens (No. 72), pp. xxxv, 97a, 100a, 121a, Pl. 51, fig. 82.
-,-, Corellia Optata (No. 73), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 96b, 122a, Pl. 50.
-,-, Decimina (No. 74), pp. xxxviii, 94a, 122a, Pl. 55.
-,-, Duccius Rufinus (No. 75), pp. xxxv, 92b, 122a–b, 131b, Pl. 55.
-,-, Eglecta (No. 76), pp. xxxviii, 92b, 122b, Pl. 50, fig. 83.
-,-, Flavia Augustina (No. 77), pp. xxxviii, 97b, 99a, 122b, 128b, Pl. 54, fig. 83.
-,-, Flavius Flavinus (No. 78), pp. xxxv, 76b, 124a, Pl. 51.
-,-, Hyllus (No. 79), pp. xxxviii, 84a, 124a, Pl. 51, fig. 84.
-,-, Julia Brica (No. 80), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 124a, Pl. 54, fig. 84.
-,-, " Secunda (No. 81), pp. xxxviii, 97b, 124a–b, fig. 84.
-,-, " Velva (No. 82), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 124b, Pl. 55.
-,-, Julius, . . . obassaeus, and Felix (No. 83), pp. xxxviii, 82a, 124b, Pl. 50, fig. 84.
-,-, Manlius Crescens (No. 88), pp. xxxviii, 97a, 126a, Pl. 52, fig. 85.
-,-, Mantia etc. (No. 84), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 126a, Pls. 51, 55, fig. 84.
-,-, Minna (No. 89), pp. xxxviii, 94a, 126b.
-,-, Novaria, soldier from (No. 91), pp. xxxv, xxxviii, 97a, 99b, 126b, Pl. 52.
-,-, Vitellia Procula, child of (No. 90), pp. xxxviii, 107b, 108a, 126b, Pl. 52.
-,-, Miscellaneous fragments: (No. 85), pp. 80b, 126a, Pl. 50; (No. 86), . . . abinia, pp. xxxviii, 97b, 126a, Pl. 52; (No. 87), pp. 97b, 126, Pl. 52, fig. 85; (No. 92), pp. 95a, 126b, fig. 85; (No. 94), tablet with legal instructions, pp. xxxviii, 128a, fig. 85; (No. 93), p. 95a, 128a; pi . . ., p. 97a.
-, Reliefs:
-,-, Busts: Decimina (No. 74), pp. xxxviii, 94a, 122a, Pl. 55. Julia Secunda (No. 81), pp. xxxviii, 97b, 124a–b.
-,-, Funeral banquet scenes: Aelia Aeliana (No. 71), pp. xxxviii, 86a, b, 121b, Pl. 50. Julia Velva (No. 82), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 124b, Pl. 55. Mantia etc. (No. 84), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 126a, Pls. 51, 55. Unidentified fragment (No. 98), pp. xxxviii, 128a, Pl. 54.
-,-, Standing figures: Augustini family (No. 77), pp. xxxviii, 97b, 99a, 122b, Pl. 54. Corellia Optata (No. 73), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 96b, 122a, Pl. 50. Duccius Rufinus, standard-bearer (No. 75), pp. xxxv, 92b, 122a–b, Pl. 55. Julia Brica (No. 80), pp. xxxviii, 95a, 124a, Pl. 54. Unidentified: centurion (No. 95), pp. xxxv, 97b, 99b, 128a, Pl. 53; man and boy (No. 85), pp. xxxviii, 80b, 126a, Pl. 50; smith (No. 96), pp. xxxviii, 107a, 128a, Pl. 53; togate family (man, wife and son) (No. 97), pp. xxxviii, 92b, 128a; fragments, (No. 101) pp. xxxviii, 70b, 128b, (No. 100) pp. xxxviii, 94a, 128b, (No. 102) pp. 92b, 128b.
-,-, Miscellaneous, rider (?) (No. 99), pp. xxxv, 79b, 128b, Pl. 54.

Trade, pp. xxxi, xxxviii–xxxix, 141–2.

Trajan, Emperor: building inscription naming (No. 1), pp. xxxi, 7b, 35a, 111a, Pl. 41; coins of, see under Coins; fortress defences reconstructed under, pp. xxxi–xxxii, 6a, 7a–8b.

Trajan's Column, carved reliefs on, showing rampart construction, p. xxx.

Transport: by road, p. xxxi, see also Roads and Streets; by water, pp. xxxi, 5, wharves etc., pp. xxxiv, 58b, 64a–65b.

Tray, jet, pp. 142, 144b.

Treasurer's House, Chapter House Street: column-bases under, pp. 43a, 112b, fig. 27; via decumana under, p. 37b, fig. 27.

Trentholme Cottage, burials under, p. 101b.

" Drive Cemetery: pp. xxxviii, 79a, 95a, 101a-106b, Pls. 26–7, fig. 70; burial rites practised in, pp. 101b, 102a, 105a, 106b; date of, pp. 101b, 102a; extent of, p. 101b; glass from, pp. 101b, 137a; pottery from, pp. 101b, 102a, b, 105a, 106a, 135b, figs. 76–8; skeletons from, special article on, by Prof. R. Warwick, pp. 109–10.

Trentholme House (now Embassy Hotel), coffin found at, p. 101b.

Trevor Grove, coffin found near, p. 101a.

Trinity Gardens, Micklegate: antefix from, p. 114a; statue from, p. 131a–b.

" Lane: buildings (20–1) in, p. 52a–b; column-bases from, pp. 52a, 113a.

" Priory: Roman remains on site of, p. 52b; see also Holy Trinity Church.

" Yard, statue fragment from, p. 120b.

Turkers Wood, Stockton-on-the-Forest (Yorks.), Road 3 at, p. 1b.

Tutela, see under Deities.

Ulpia Felicissima, inscription on lead urn (No. 145) referring to, p. 134a–b.

Ulpius Felix, M., inscription on lead urn (No. 145) referring to, p. 134a–b.

Urns: lead, inscribed (No. 145), pp. 83a, 134a, Pl. 32, uninscribed, pp. 81a, 100b, 101a, 107b, 140b, Pl. 32; pottery, see Burials, pp. 67–108 passim.

Valentinian I or II, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Valerian, Emperor, coins of, see under Coins.

Valerius Theodorianus, of Nomentum: p. xxxviii; coffin of (Insc. No. 109), pp. xxxviii, 97b, 130b, Pl. 57, fig. 86.

Velva, Julia, see Julia Velva.

Venus, see under Deities.

Verecundius Diogenes, sevir Augustalis: p. xxxviii; coffin of (Insc. No. 110), pp. xxxvi, xxxviii, 79b, 86a, 130a, 131a; coffin of wife of (Insc. No. 106), pp. xxxvi, xxxviii, 79a, b, 86a, 130a, 131a.

Verus, Emperor, p. 120a.

Vespasian, Emperor: coins of, see under Coins; Roman troops at York in time of, p. xxix.

Vetera (Xanten) (Rhineland), extramural settlement at, p. xxxv.

Veterans, see under Ranks and Occupations, Military.

Veteris or Huitris, see under Deities.

Vezelay (Yonne, France), comparison with glass from, p. 136b.

Via Decumana, Via Praetoria and Via Principalis, see Fortress etc. under Roads and Streets.

Victor, bone slip (Insc. No. 149) referring to, p. 135a.

Victoria Bar, pottery found near, p. 108b.

" Vaults, pottery found near, p. 108b.

Victorina, Julia, see Julia Victorina.

Victorinus, Emperor, coin of, see under Coins.

Victorinus, Calpurnius, see Calpurnius Victorinus.

Vienne (Vienna) (France), Duccius Rufinus of, p. 122b.

Vindonissa, see Windisch.

Virius Lupus, Britain recovered for Severus by, p. xxxiii.

Vitalis, see Celerinius Vitalis, L., and Mat(ernius?) Vitalis.

Vitellia Procula, tombstone of child of (Insc. No. 90), pp. xxxviii, 107b, 108a, 126b, Pl. 52.

Voltinia, tribe of Duccius Rufinus, p. 122b.

Volusius Irenaeus, statue to Arimanius (Insc. No. 58), set up by, p. 120a.

Votive Tablets, bronze, with Greek inscriptions (No. 142), pp. xxxi, xxxvii, 133a–b, Pl. 65.

Walbrook, (London), comparison with glass from the, p. 136a–b.

Walmgate: altar from, p. 118a; burials in, pp. 69b–70a; grave group, see under Grave Groups.

" Bar, Road 2 near, p. 1a.

Warwick, Prof. R., special article by, on skeletal remains from Trentholme Drive cemetery, pp. 101b, 109–10.

Water End, Road 5 in, p. 2a.

Water Supplies and Drainage:
-, Drains and sewers: cobbled, pp. 49b, 51b, fig. 38; masonry or stone-flagged, pp. 37b, 38a, 53b, 56a, 61b, Pls. 17, 20, figs. 11, 29, 44, 46, 50; tile, pp. 54a, 56a, fig. 46; timber, p. 28b; unspecified, pp. 5, 52a.
-, Fountain, p. 51a, Pl. 21.
-, Gutters, stone, pp. 37b, 59b, 61a, Pl. 17.
-, Pipes: lead, pp. 38a, 54b, 55b, Pl. 17, figs. 44–5; terra-cotta (mediaeval), pp. 65 n., 74a; timber, p. 1a.
-, Wells, pp. 53b, 54a, 59a.

Weber, Wilhelm, cited, on Ninth Legion, p. 6 n.

Weldon, Great (Northants.), comparison with glass from, p. 136b.

Wells, see under Water Supplies and Drainage.

Wellbeloved, the Rev. Charles, p. xl. Cited: on burials, pp. 80b, 97b; on centurial stones, p. 112a; on fortress defences, pp. 6a, 10 n., 11b, 17b, 25a, 27a–b, 28b, 35a–b; on roads, pp. 2a, 37b (via praetoria); on temple of Serapis, p. 119b; on tombstone (Insc. No. 100), p. 128b. Engravings illustrating his Eburacum, reproduced, Pls. 11, 36.

Wenham, L. P., cited: on barracks, pp. 40b–41a; on burials, p. 101a; on fortress defences, pp. 12 n., 14b, 17a, 19b, 41b; on intervallum buildings, p. 43b; on intervallum road, p. 38a; on suburban site (46), p. 62b.

West Bank, coffins found at, p. 106b.

Westminster Road: cemetery near, p. 73b; Road 5 near, p. 2b.

Wharves, on Foss riverside, pp. 5, 58b, 64a–65a, figs. 52–3.

Whitby (Yorks), jet from, pp. 141, 142.

" Avenue, Road 4 near, p. 1b.

White House, Clifton: occupation debris (59) at, p. 65b; pottery from, pp. 65b, 73b, motto beaker, pp. 65b, 73b, 135a; Road 7 in front of, p. 3a.

" " (former), Mount Vale, Road 10 near, p. 3b.

Widdrington, T., cited, on 'ancient street' in grounds of St. Mary's Abbey, p. 2b.

Wigginton Road, cemetery near, p. 71a.

Wilderspool, Warrington (Lancs.), comparison with glass found at, p. 136b; glass-working at, p. 141b.

Willmot, G. F., cited: on civilian buildings, (39) p. 59b, (44) p. 61b; on fortified enclosure (13), p. 47a; on fortress defences, pp. 12 n., 19a, 21b.

Windisch (Vindonissa) (Switzerland): comparison with glass from, p. 136b; legionary fortress at, p. xxxiv, polygonal defensive towers of, p. 10 n.

Winterscale Street, cemetery near, p. 69a.

Wroxeter (Shropshire), legionary garrison at, p. xxix n.

York (Eburacum, Eboracum): capital of Britannia Inferior, pp. xxxiv, xxxvi, xxxvii, 49, 134a; evidence for colonial status of, pp. xxxvi, 49, 130a, 131a; Genius of, see Genius Eboraci under Deities; governor's residence (praetorium) at, pp. xxxi, xxxvii, 133a–b; Imperial Court at, pp. xxxvi–xxxvii, 136; inscriptions referring to, pp. xxix, xxxv, xxxvi, xxxvii, 49, 116b, 119a, 130a, 131a; Roman name of, pp. xxix–xxx, 119a, 130a, 131a; strategic importance of pp. xxix, xxxi, 5, fig. 1.

" Art Gallery: altar found near, p. 116a; building inscription found under, pp. 8 n., 111a; fortified enclosure (13) at, p. 45a, fig. 35; pottery from site of, p. 72a.

" Minster: position of fortress in relation to, p. 5, Pl. 1, fig. 3; wall and column-base under, pp. 38b, 112b.

" Public Library. Defences of fortress near: Interval Tower N.W. 1, conjectured position of, p. 26b; wall (H, I), p. 28a. Internal buildings etc. of fortress near: oven, p. 43b, fig. 31; timber barracks, p. 41b, fig. 31.

Yorkshire and Prudential Insurance Buildings, Davygate and New Street. Defences of fortress under: rampart (B), p. 19b, figs. 9, 10, 14; timber tower, pp. 14b–16a, 19b, figs. 9, 10. Internal buildings etc. of fortress under: barracks R, Q, P, S, p. 41a, b, figs. 29, 30; intervallum buildings (b), pp. 43b–44b, figs. 9, 11, 14, 33; intervallum road, p. 38a.

" Insurance Building, St. Helen's Square and Lendal. Defences etc. of fortress under: S.W. gate, pp. 12a–13a, fig. 6; sewer, p. 12b; wall (E), p. 21a.

" Penny Bank, Coney Street, occupation debris (42) from, p. 61a.

" School for the Blind, see King's Manor House.