Tyne and Wear HER(5326): Benwell, Condercum Fort, Relief of male head - Details
Benwell, Condercum Fort, Relief of male head
Religion or Ritual
Religious Structural Object
Relief of a male head which probably represents Mars rather than an auxiliary soldier, and came from either a votive relief or flanking figure on a large dedication slab. Found in 1862 in the kitchen garden of Condercum House. CISR 1.1 317. Museum of Antiquities 1924.9.
<< HER 5326 >> E.J. Phillips, 1977, Corpus Signororum Imperii Romani, Great Britain Vol 1, no. 317, in Corbridge's Hadrian's Wall East of the North Tyne Tyne and Wear Museums, 1991, The Roman Fort at Benwell and its Environs, Survey of extent and preservation of archaeological deposits