Centurial building stone

Record number: CHEGM: 1999 6 21

Object name: centurial building stone

Description: Centurial building stone. This probably came from the Trajanic North Wall of the fortress which was levelled down to make way for the fourth-century reconstruction.

Period: Roman

Place found: North Wall (West), Chester

Date: 1891

Material: stone

Dimensions: height 17 inches; width 8 inches

Inscription: C T FLAVI / CICATRICVL
c(enturia) T(iti) Flavi Cicatricul(ae)
The century of Titus Flavius Cicatricula (built this)
Latin


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