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Double-sided bone comb with one end made to look like the face of an owl.

Roman

Objects in Roman collection

A fragment of an inscription

Fragment of inscription from a large public building.

Acrostic

This famous graffito is scratched on to the surface of a piece of 2nd century wall plaster.

Altar

Stone altar dedicated to the Genius Loci, 'Spirit of the Place'.

Bird brooch

Copper alloy zoomorphic bird brooch decorated with blue and red enamel.

Bodicacia Tombstone

Tombstone of Bodicacia from excavations at the site of the former Bridge's Garage.

Cockerel

Silver figurine of a cockerel with gilt wings, tail and comb.

Cockerel

A rare, 2nd century copper enamelled cockerel figurine which was found in an infant burial during excavations of the former Bridges Garage site, Cirencester, in 2011.

Comb

Double-sided bone comb with one end made to look like the face of an owl.

Corinthian capital

This once formed part of a 'Jupiter Column', dating from the late 2nd or early 3rd century AD, which would have once stood in the forum at the centre of Roman Corinium.