A hoard of Roman bronze items from Viminacium

Perica Špehar, Verlag Des Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums Mainz
2016
In Viminacium, capital of Upper Moesia, the remains of fortifications, buildings, a water supply network (aqueducts), several necropolises, as well as a significant quantity of small archaeological finds were discovered. During field works in the area of the military camp, a hoard was unearthed. It contained a variety of bronze objects which can be classified as utensils for filtrating wine, a dish, a lamp, a cowbell, as well as an item of unknown purpose. This hoard could be attributed to the
more » ... attributed to the period from the middle of the 2nd to the middle of the 3rd century.
doi:10.11588/ak.2010.3.28091 fatcat:x3t5upjdefg2rlxq24nb6cy6fq