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Bodica MP (deceased)

“In the hands of God, Bodica, the wife lived years: 27.” Read more:

2/25/2015 2/25/2015

Insus MP (deceased)

This is the tombstone of Insus, son of Vodullus. It was found in Lancaster in 2005 To the spirits of the departed. Insus, son of Vodullus, citizen of the Treveri, cavalryman of the Ala Augusta, curat...

2/18/2013 2/18/2013

Gloui (deceased)

1/24/2013 1/28/2013

Toutus MP (deceased)

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Priscus MP (deceased)

"Priscus son of Toutus, stonecutter¹ of the Carnutes tribe, to the goddess Sul, willingly and deservedly fulfils his vow."

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Mavorious MP (deceased)

One stone, with a Chi-Rho symbol and an alpha (the omega is missing) commemorates two holy and outstanding bishops named Viventius and Mavorious.

4/4/2012 9/7/2012

Viventius MP (deceased)

One stone, with a Chi-Rho symbol and an alpha (the omega is missing) commemorates two holy and outstanding bishops named Viventius and Mavorious.

4/4/2012 9/7/2012

Sextus Julius Frontinus MP (deceased)

4/2/2012 9/7/2012

Aulus Platorius Nepos MP (deceased)

4/2/2012 9/7/2012

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

4/2/2012 9/7/2012

Fulvius Aemilianus MP (deceased)

4/2/2012 9/7/2012

Domitius Potentinus MP (deceased)

4/2/2012 9/7/2012

Titus Flavius Candidus MP (deceased)

4/2/2012 9/7/2012

4/2/2012 9/7/2012

Gaius Julius Decuminius MP (deceased)

4/2/2012 9/7/2012

Gaius Julius Secundus MP (deceased)

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Marcus MP (deceased)

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Marcus Valerius Latinus MP (deceased)

"To the spirits of the departed and Marcus Valerius Latinus, son of Marcus, centurion, horse-trooper and soldier¹ of the Twentieth Legion Valiant and Victorious, thirty-five years old with twent...

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Brucetus MP (deceased)

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Sulinus Scultor MP (deceased)

"To the Sulevi,³ Sulinus Scultor, son of Brucetus, willingly and deservedly made this sacred offering."

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Amanda MP (deceased)

4/2/2012 9/7/2012

Julius Julianus MP (deceased)

4/2/2012 9/7/2012

Lucius Ulpius Sestius MP (deceased)

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Anencletes MP (deceased)

"To the spirits of the departed and Claudia Martina, nineteen years old. Anencletes the provincial [slave made this], for a most faithful wife."

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Claudia Martina MP (deceased)

"To the spirits of the departed and Claudia Martina, nineteen years old. Anencletes the provincial [slave made this], for a most faithful wife."

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Marcus Aurelius Eucarpus MP (deceased)

"For Marcus Aurelius Eucarpus, a most dutiful son who lived fifteen years and six months, Aurelia Eucarpia [his] mother placed this [memorial]."

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Aurelia Eucarpia MP (deceased)

"For Marcus Aurelius Eucarpus, a most dutiful son who lived fifteen years and six months, Aurelia Eucarpia [his] mother placed this [memorial]."

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Gaius Murrius Modestus MP (deceased)

"Gaius Murrius Modestus, son of Gaius, of the Arniensis¹ voting tribe from Forum Julii,² soldier of the Second Legion Adiutrix, Loyal and Faithful, twenty-five years old [who died] in ser...

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Gaius MP (deceased)

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Succa Petronia MP (deceased)

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Victoria Sabina MP (deceased)

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Romulus MP (deceased)

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Julius Indus MP (deceased)

Julius Indus was a nobleman of the Gaulish Treveri tribe. In 21 AD he helped the Romans put down a rebellion of the Treveri and Aedui. He went on to lead the Ala Gallorum Indiana cavalry unit which may...

6/1/2011 9/7/2012

Gaius Julius Alpinus Classicianus was procurator of Roman Britain from 61 to his death in 65. He was appointed after his predecessor, Catus Decianus, had fled to Gaul in the aftermath of the rebell...

6/1/2011 9/7/2012

Julia Pacata Indiana MP (deceased)

6/1/2011 9/7/2012

Gaius MP (deceased)

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Calpurnia Trifosa MP (deceased)

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

"To the spirits of the departed, Gaius Calpurnius Receptus, priest of the goddess Sulis, lived 75 years; Calpurnia Trifosa, his freedwoman and wife, had this set up."

4/3/2012 9/7/2012

Grata MP (deceased)

"To the spirits of the departed and Grata the daughter of Dagobiti, forty years old. Solinus arranged for this to be made for his dearest wife."

4/3/2012 4/3/2012

Dagobiti MP (deceased)

"To the spirits of the departed and Grata the daughter of Dagobiti, forty years old. Solinus arranged for this to be made for his dearest wife."

4/3/2012 4/3/2012

Solinus MP (deceased)

4/3/2012 4/3/2012

Custennin Fendigaid Constantine "the Blessed" MP (c.360 - d.)

"Custennyn map Macsen"

Constantine (Welsh, Custennyn map Macsen ), born, say about 360, the son of Roman usurper Magnus Clemens Maximus (Welsh, "Macsen Gwledig"), executed in 388. Later legend confuses this Constantine wit...

3/14/2011 3/29/2012

2/24/2012 2/24/2012

2/24/2012 2/24/2012

2/24/2012 2/24/2012

7/3/2008 2/24/2012

7/3/2008 2/24/2012

2/24/2012 2/24/2012

2/24/2012 2/24/2012

2/24/2012 2/24/2012

Caecilius Avitus MP (deceased)

To the spirits of the departed, Caecilius Avitus from Emerita Augusta, optio of the 20th legion Valeria Victrix, of 15 years' service, lived 34 years. His heir had this erected.

5/26/2011 5/26/2011

Arvirargus Gweirdd ap Cunobelin, King of the Catuvellauni MP (10 - c.60)

"Gweirydd / Caradog ap Bran", "Caradoc", "Caractacus", "Caratacus", "Gweniwith", "Arviragus", "Gwenivyth", "Arvirargus", "Aviragus", "Arviragas", "Arfyrag", "Gweirydd", "Caractacus of the Britons", "Caraticous", "Cundbelin", "King of the Britons and the Catuvellauni"

Arvirargus (or Arviragus) was a legendary, and possibly historical, British king of the 1st century AD. A shadowy historical Arviragus is known only from a cryptic reference in a satirical poem by Juve...

6/3/2007 2/20/2011

St. Cyllin / Marius ap Caradog, King of Britain MP (40 - c.125)

"Meric", "Cyllin", "Marius", "Emeurig", "Meurig", "Y-Veurig", "of Britain", "ab Arfyrag", "of Siluria", "of Britons", "Meurig ap GWYRYDD; King of SILURIA", "Marius=romanization of Meurig=in Celtic Y-Veurig", "Marius Cyllin of Britain", "Cyllin of Siluria", "King of Britain", "King o..."

Alternative Birth Dates: 10/10/44, c. 99, 65, 30 __________ Meric (Marius) reigned 74-125 A.D. Marius (Mayric) came next, and ruled from ca AD 57-97. Inheriting the crown from his father, Marius ...

5/26/2007 2/20/2011

St. Elen Lwyddog 'of the Host' of Britain MP (c.340 - c.388)

"St. Helena of the /Host/", "Saint Helen of Caernarfon"

St. Elen Lwyddog (of the Host) of Britain Born : Abt. 340 Father Octavius or Eudaf Hen King of Wales (Ewyas) Mother Marriage - Magnus Maximus (alias Macsen of Rome (West) Children Ab...

8/22/2007 2/3/2011

Gratianna of Galloway MP (c.374 - d.)

Name: Gratian ferch MACSEN Given Name: Gratian ferch Surname: Macsen Sex: F Change Date: 13 MAY 2009 Note: !#4568-v1-p18*,24; !ASSUMPTION: ? as to whether she belongs in this family; !A...

8/23/2007 2/3/2011

7/4/2008 2/3/2011

Severa verch Macsen MP (c.388 - c.459)

"Sevira (Severa verch Macsen)"

Severa ferch Macsen of Britain (Roman) Born : Abt. 370 Father Magnus Maximus (alias Macsen of Rome (West) Mother St. Elen Lwyddog (of the Host) of Britain Marriage - Vortigern Vorteneu ...

8/22/2007 2/3/2011

Vortigern, King of the Britons MP (c.370 - c.459)

"Gwrtheyrn", "Gwrtherin", "Vortigern", "Gwrtheneu", "Vorteneu", "Vortegern", "Wortigernos /Vortigern/", "King of Gwerthefyriwg", "The Thin"

See Darrell Wolcott, "Beli Mawr and Llyr Llediath in Welsh Pedigrees," -- for help in untangling these lines. (May 18, 2016, Anne Brannen, curator) Vortigern (Gwrtheyrn) was from the Welsh borderland...

8/22/2007 2/3/2011

Saint Madrun verch Vortigern MP (416 - d.)

"Madrun", "Madryn"

Her handmaiden was St. Anhun, whose genealogy I cannot find at the moment. Born a princess, the daughter of King Vortimer Fendigaid. Married to Prince Ynyr. Queen of Gwent. While on pilgrimage, she rec...

7/4/2008 2/3/2011

Ynyr Honorius Brenin Gwent MP (c.430 - 480)

12/22/2008 2/3/2011

Ithon ap Ynyr, Brenin Gwent MP (deceased)

"Ithon", "Iddon"

10/3/2009 2/3/2011

King Lot of Lothian MP (c.470 - c.487)

"Llewddyn", "Luyddog", "Lot", "Loth", "Llludd", "Leud", "Leudonus", "Letan", "Lleuddun"

His epithet "Luwddog" or Lluyddoc" or similar meaning "of the Host" refers to his descent from the Roman rulers of the past. han var nevnt i 466, han var konge av Orkenøyene, Lothian og ALreks...

1/24/2008 2/3/2011

Flavius Victor, Roman Usurper MP (c.383 - c.388)

He was Emperor of Rome (384-388). He is said to have been an infant in 384 and probably his father's oldest living son, when he was created Augustus by his father, thus becoming joint Emperor in name. ...

12/22/2008 12/19/2010

Magnus Maximus, Western Roman Emperor MP (c.340 - 388)

"Macsen", "Wledig", "Magnus", "Maximus", "Maxianus", "Macsen Wledig", "The Imperator", "Magnus Clemens Maximus", "Usurper Emperor of the Western Roman Empire", "Flavius Clemens Magnus Maximus Augustus", "Welsh: Macsen Wledig"

Magnus Maximus (Latin: Flavius Magnus Maximus Augustus ) (ca. 335 – August 28, 388), also known as Maximianus and Macsen Wledig in Welsh, was Western Roman Emperor from 383 to 388. As commander ...

4/10/2007 12/19/2010

Cole (Coelus) King of Britain MP (c.80 - 170)

"Coel", "Coilus", "Cole", "Caelius", "Coelis", "King of Britain", "Colius of Britain", "Coelus"

different dates from different enters: born: 60 or 100 or 125 died: 120 or 170 Colius was educated in Rome and reigned from 125-170. NameCoilus King of Colchester (Camulod) Birthbef 125, Cole...

5/26/2007 12/10/2010

Julia of the Iceni MP (40 - 100)

This connection is VERY SHAKY. Most sources say the fate of Boadicia's two daughters, after the Romans defeated the Iceni in 60 A.D., is not known. Most believe they were killed in, or after, the battl...

6/19/2007 12/10/2010

His full name was Flavius Claudius Constantinus. He was Emperor of Rome (Britain, Gaul and Spain) (407). He was a Roman general who declared himself Western Roman Emperor in 407, abdicated in 411, and ...

1/2/2008 11/26/2010

Uricalus MP (deceased)

'Uricalus, Docilosa his wife, Docilis his son and Docilina, Decentinus his brother, Alogiosa: the names of those who have sworn at the spring of the goddess Sulis on the 12th of April. Whosoever has pe...

11/19/2010 11/19/2010

Venutius From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Venutius was a 1st century king of the Brigantes in northern Britain at the time of the Roman conquest. Some have suggested he may have belonged to th...

11/19/2010 11/19/2010

Velocatus . . MP (c.20 - d.)

Armour-Bearer for King Venetius, later ran off with his wife Cartimandua

11/19/2010 11/19/2010

She is NOT the wife or daughter of any of these: Caractacus/Caradoc/Arvigarus, Bodiccea and Prasutagus, St. Cyllin/Marius, King of Briton, or Bran the Blessed. Cartismandua was queen of the Brigantes...

11/19/2010 11/19/2010

He was Praefectus Praetorio Galliarum (418 CE), and Consul of Rome (421 CE). He was probably a descendant of Philagrius, patricius, and perhaps of Lucius Maecilius, leader of the plebeians in Rome 471 ...

3/5/2007 10/27/2010

A large memorial for a small boy This tombstone was found in 1828 about 200 metres north of the Roman fort at Old Penrith. It was lying face downwards near to several cremation pots and so had probab...

10/26/2010 10/26/2010

Tombstone of Gaius Saufeius Roman Britain, 1st century AD From Lincoln The death and burial of a Macedonian soldier in Lincoln The short epitaph on the tombstone gives us quite a lot of informa...

10/24/2010 10/24/2010

born: 5 or 10 or 21 Was the husband of the most famous of Celtic British women, Boudicca. He was made client of Rome and given kingship over the entire Icenian tribe following the Icenian War i...

7/23/2007 10/23/2010

This tablet, 4 ft. 8 in. high and 3 ft. wide, was found on a sarcophagus on The Mount. It records that a soldier of the Sixth Legion raised it to his wife, Flavia Augustma, who lived thirty-nine years,...

10/23/2010 10/23/2010

Flavia Augustma (deceased)

This tablet, 4 ft. 8 in. high and 3 ft. wide, was found on a sarcophagus on The Mount. It records that a soldier of the Sixth Legion raised it to his wife, Flavia Augustma, who lived thirty-nine years,...

10/23/2010 10/23/2010

Lucius Marcius Memor MP (deceased)

Memor set up a statue near the altar of the goddess Sulis. The statue has disappeared, but this is the statue base with his name on it.

10/23/2010 10/23/2010

Stone Altar Romano-British (238 to 244 AD), From Eastgate, County Durham, Sandstone (128 x 53 x 31cm), Collection of Roman Inscriptions (1986.122.1 (RIB 1042)) Altar in brown sandstone dedicated to...

10/23/2010 10/23/2010

Item details Translation: Rufus Sita, trooper of Cohors VI Thracum, aged 40, served 22, lies here. His heirs had (this) built according to his testament. Inscription: Rufus Sita eques c(o)ho(rtis...

10/23/2010 10/23/2010

Sextus Valerius Genialis MP (deceased)

The tombstone of the Thracian cavalryman Sextus Valerius Genialis from Cirencester. Corinium Museum

10/23/2010 10/23/2010

Valerius Amandinus MP (deceased)

10/23/2010 10/23/2010

Lucius Duccius Rufinus, son of Lucius, of the (voting tribe) Voltinia from Vienna, signifer of Legio VIIII, 28 years old, lies here.

10/23/2010 10/23/2010

Julia Velva MP (deceased)

200AD - 300AD This finely carved gravestone shows an upper class Roman dining scene. The size and quality of the stone is a statement of high family status, as is the scene it depicts. The figure a...

10/23/2010 10/23/2010

Tombstone of Marcus Aurelius Nepos, a centurion of the Twentieth Legion, and his wife, found at Chester. © Grosvenor Museum, Chester.

10/23/2010 10/23/2010

Curatia Dinysia MP (deceased)

Tombstone of a Roman lady, Curatia Dinysia, found in Chester. She is shown reclining on a couch - notice the two pecking doves above her which are symbols of peace. © Grosvenor Museum, Chester.

10/22/2010 10/22/2010

Regina MP (deceased)

Tombstone of a Roman lady named Regina, once a British slave from the Catuvellauni tribe (who lived in Hertfordshire and Essex) , who married her Syrian master, Barathes. On her right is her jewellery ...

10/22/2010 10/22/2010

Victor The Moor MP (deceased)

Victor was a young man from the province of Mauretania in north Africa. His tombstone was found at South Shields and it tells us that he came to Britain as the slave of a soldier named Numerianus. Vict...

10/22/2010 10/22/2010

Barathes MP (deceased)

A man called Barathes came to Britain from Palmyra in Syria and made his living selling flags. We know this from his tombstone at Corbridge which also tells us that he died aged 68. We know about Barat...

10/22/2010 10/22/2010

Aelius is Aelius Brocchus, whom we meet elsewhere as a friend of Cerialis, also a prefect. Brocchus is one of the diners recorded in a long record of poultry and geese consumed at Vindolanda (to be pub...

10/20/2010 10/21/2010

Lucius Artorius Castus MP (deceased)

Lucius Artorius Castus (fl. mid-late 2nd century AD or early-to-mid 3rd century AD) was a Roman military commander. A member of the gens Artorius (possibly of Messapic[1][2][3] or Etruscan origin[4][5]...

10/21/2010 10/21/2010

Arthur Pendragon (Fictitious Person) MP (460 - 518)

"King Arthur; Pendragon", "of the Round Table"

King Arthur is a legendary British leader of the late 5th and early 6th centuries, who, according to medieval histories and romances, led the defence of Britain against Saxon invaders in the early 6th ...

6/23/2008 10/21/2010

Genuissa, Queen of Siluria MP (c.15 - d.)

"Venissa Julia / Genissa", "Genuissa", "Genvissa", "Gwenivyth", "Vanessa", "Venissa", "Venus Julia"

Venissa ( Genissa , Genvissa , Genuissa ), according to Geoffrey of Monmouth's 12th century Historia Regum Britanniae , was a daughter of the Roman Emperor Claudius , whom he gave in marriage to the Br...

6/19/2007 10/20/2010

Boudicca, queen of the Iceni MP (c.30 - c.62)

"Boadicea", "Boudicca", "Boardicia", "Buddug", "Boadicca", "Boudicea", "Boudicca Victoria", "Bonduca", "Boudica", "Voadicia", "Bunduca", "Βουδουικα", "Βουνδουικα", "Βοδουικα", "boudīka", "Buaidheach", "buddugoliaeth", "boudiga", "boudica", "Celtic Warrior Queen", "Brehines o Iceni"

Boudica or Boudicca, also known as Boadicea and known in Welsh as Buddug (d. AD 60 or 61) was queen of the British Iceni tribe who led an uprising against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire. ...

7/23/2007 10/20/2010

Claudia Severa MP (deceased)

Writing-tablet with a letter inviting Sulpicia Lepidina, the commander's wife, to a birtday party Roman Britain, about AD 97-103 Vindolanda Roman fort (modern Chesterholm), Northumberland One of ...

10/20/2010 10/20/2010

Sulpicia Lepidina MP (deceased)

Writing-tablet with a letter inviting Sulpicia Lepidina, the commander's wife, to a birthday party Roman Britain, about AD 97-103 Vindolanda Roman fort (modern Chesterholm), Northumberland One of...

10/20/2010 10/20/2010

Tombstone of Titus Valerius Pudens Roman Britain, 1st century AD From the site of a Roman cemetery at Monson Street, Lincoln A Roman legionary soldier from Hungary This is the tombstone of Titu...

10/20/2010 10/20/2010

Tombstone of Marcus Favonius Facilis a Roman army officer, from the Polonia region of Italy he was a centurion in the twentieth legion. Camulodunum/Colchester

10/20/2010 10/20/2010

Longinus Sdapeze MP (c.9 - c.49)

This is the tombstone of a Thracian Auxiliary Cavalryman by the name of Longinus Sdapeze, dated around AD60 and perhaps thrown to the ground in disgust by Boudicea's forces during their rampages. There...

10/20/2010 10/20/2010