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Roman Vindolanda Flavian Earrings

Roman Vindolanda Flavian Earrings

Featuring diamonds of sparkling gold these stunning earrings make the perfect finishing touch to a special outfit. Their strikingly contemporary design belies the fact that they are in fact moulded from an original piece of Roman jewellery dating to c.100AD. The piece was found in the home of a…

£24.00

Dunstanburgh Castle Print

Dunstanburgh Castle Print

…Dunstanburgh Print is inspired by travel and railway posters of the 1930s. The design featuring Dunstanburgh Castle on the remote headland in Northumberland by digital artist Dave Thompson will make a great statement piece in any home or office.Key Features:Designed for English HeritageA great…

£8.00

Guidebook: Aydon Castle

Guidebook: Aydon Castle

Overlooking the valley of the Cor Burn in Northumberland Aydon Castle is an outstanding surviving example of a 13th century English manor house. It was built by Robert de Raymes a prosperous Ipswich merchant. Unfortunately his arrival in the north coincided with the outbreak of fierce hostilities…

£3.00

Guidebook: Chesters Roman Fort and the Clayton Museum

Guidebook: Chesters Roman Fort and the Clayton Museum

In a low-lying Northumberland valley where Hadrian’s Wall bridged the North Tyne lie the impressive remains of Chesters Roman Fort – the home of the ala II Asturum (Second Asturian Cavalry Unit) for more than 200 years. Uncovered in a series of 19th-century excavations by the influential…

£4.00

Yeavering

Yeavering

…– originally published in 1977 and long out-of-print but still in demand – describes the excavation of a site near Wooler in Northumberland which is identified with the place called Ad Gefrin by the Venerable Bede.There Edwin of Northumbria had a northern palace; and there Paulinus…

£80.00

Roman Vindolanda Flavian Pendant

Roman Vindolanda Flavian Pendant

…dates back to c.100AD.The pendant is cast in England from an original piece found at Vindolanda Vicus just south of Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland. The jewellery was found in one of the Commanding Officer's residences in the Roman village situated close to the frontier fort of…

£20.00

Roman Gold Disc Earrings

Roman Gold Disc Earrings

…original earrings were found in the hearth of a house at the Roman settlement of Vindolanda Vicus just south of Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland. They only had the upper circle left with an ear wire attached at the top and a twisted wire below from which would have hung another circle.…

£24.00

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