The Hunterian Museum's collection includes almost all the distance slabs, which commemorated the construction of the Antonine Wall between Forth and Clyde in AD 142, together with building-records from forts, altars, gravestones, sculptures and architectural pieces. The use of unpublished archival material results in a fascinating account of antiquarian enthusiasms. Some 80 individual stones are catalogued, and the overall content of the collection is assessed. The monograph is extensively illustrated with line drawings and photographs.
Roman Inscribed and Sculptured Stones in the Hunterian Museum University of Glasgow
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