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'The Emperor Caesar M(arcus)' EE, VII, 933; YMH, 48. 2–9 were facing-stones from near the ground on the inner face of the W. (12) , seven, of which the exact provenance is known, are all of gritstone and as follows (a, b, c, f: Fig. The places where (f–j) were found are not recorded. (b) coarse Attic base, with heavy torus mouldings, maximum diameter 2 ft.

All rights reserved., will be found all the known Roman Inscriptions from York. IM]P(ERATOR) ▵ CAESAR DIVI N]ERVAE ▵ FIL(IVS) ▵ N[ERVA TRAI]ANVS ▵ AVG(VSTVS) ▵ GER[M(ANICVS) DAC ICVS PO]NTIFEX ▵ MAXIMV[S TRIBV NICIAE PO]TESTATIS ▵ XII ▵ IMP(ERATOR) ▵ V [CO(N)S(VL) V P(ATER) P(ATRIAE) PORTAM] PER ❧ LEG(IONEM) ▵ VIIII ▵ HI[SP(ANAM) FECIT 'The Emperor Caesar, son of the divine Nerva, Nerva Traianus Augustus, Germanicus, Dacicus, .' The stone is dated by Trajan's twelfth tribunician power to the year 10 Dec. CIL, 241; YMH, 46; YPS fragment (Plate 37), 10 ins.

in the crypt of York Minster ( Fortress, Internal Buildings, Central Area (b)).

high; it was found in Trinity Lane and is now in Holy Trinity Church, Micklegate ( Monument 38), one of maximum diameter 10½ ins.

The entries that include inscriptions are arranged as follows: a description of the object bearing the inscription, and its provenance, with National Grid references where useful; if possible, an illustration in half-tone or line, or both; an expanded text and translation; brief comments and any references necessary for the essential points of textual questions, and, if available, a contemporary reference to the discovery and to relevant discussion of the find.

Dimensions given are in the order width, height, thickness.

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CIL, 258; YMH, 62; (Plate 36), a facing-stone of magnesian limestone, 11 ins. Angle Tower of the legionary fortress, which was excavated in 1956 below Hart's Store, Market Street, Feasegate, , 59, pl. None is now visible and the sole record is the engraving from Browne's drawing. 1, in relief lettering, is unlikely to have been Roman and is here omitted; nos.