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Reference Name LCNCC : 1907.528

quadrangular milestone found in 1879 on Bailgate, Lincoln. Primary text chiselled off and replaced with secondary text 'Imp(eratori) Caes(ari) | Marco | Piauonio | Victori | no P(io) F(elici) Inu(icto) | Aug(usto) pon[t(ifici)] | max(imo) | tr(ibuniciae) p(otestatis) p(atri) p(atriae) | a L(indo) S(egelocum) m(ilia) | p(assuum) XIIII'. Translated as 'For the Emperor Caesar Marcus Piavonius Victorinus Pius Felix Invictus Augustus, pontifex maximus, with tribunician power, father of his country, from Lindum to Segelocum 14 miles.'

Physical Dimensions:

  • length: 320 mm
  • width: 380 mm
  • height: 2240 mm
  • diameter: mm

Material: stone

Quantity: 1

Completeness: %

Period: Romano-British

Place Name: Bailgate

Place Name: Lincoln

Place Name: Lincolnshire

Place Name: UK


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