Index
(Figures in bold refer to plate numbers)
a
Aborigines, Australian 22
Abbots Ann, Hampshire 134, 135(82)
Acanthus ornament 13, 25, 26(9),36, 55, 60, 77, 92-3
Achilles 32, 33(13a),74119, 141, 161, 162
Actaeon 48, 69, 122
Actium, battle of 25
Adam and Eve 163, 165(94)
Adonis 48, 113, 115(75),155
Aemilia 72
Aeneas 25
plucking Golden Bough 126, 155, 159,
colour plate XI
with Dido 157, 160,
colour plates IX, X
Aesculapius 50
Aesica (Great Chesters) brooch 35
Agricola, Cn. Julius 24, 30-1
Ajax 32, 33(13a)
St Alban 147
Alchester, Oxfordshire 131
Aldborough (Isurium Brigantium), Yorkshire 120, 123, 158
Alde, River, Suffolk 61, 84, 117
Aldworth, Berkshire 77
Alexander the Great 74, 93, 163
Alexandria, Egypt 36
Alise-Sainte-Reine, Côte d’Or, France 167
Allectus 140
Allier valley 59
Almendalejo, Spain 167
Alypius 154
Amaltheia 74, 75(45a)
Ambrosia 153, 159-60
Amersham, Buckinghamshire 95
Amesbury, Wiltshire 170, 172(101)
Amiens patera 54, 104, 128
Ammianus Marcellinus 139, 141
Amor (mosaicist) 120
Anastasius dish 175
Ancaster, Lincolnshire 63, 113
Anchises 25
ancilla18
Andesasus 160
Andromeda 159
Angmering, Sussex 69
annulus aureus42,
see also32, 74
Antaeus 124, 159
antefix(a)111, 137
Antinous 70, 71(39)
Antonine Wall, sculptures from 43-4(23),50, 60
Aphrodisias, Sebasteion60
Apolinaris, Ulpius 116
Apollo
A. Cunomaglus 153
Corbridge Lanx 163, 164(93)
figurines 81, 83(51)
on coins 22, 28
on mosaic 160
with Daphne 120, 159
Appleford, Oxfordshire 131, 133(81),148, 167
Appleshaw, Hampshire 148, 167
Aquileia, as gem-cutting centre 80
Ara Pacis, Rome 24-6(9),29, 31, 60
Ariadne 140
Arimanes 48
Arles 99, 147
arms and armour, Celtic 14-18 ;
Roman 54-7
Army, Roman 28-30, 42-57
Arras culture 14-15, 17
Artemis, see Diana
Artis, E. T. 180,
colour plate XV
Arts and Crafts movement 9, 11, 58
Arverni 83, 95, 117
Ashill, Norfolk 61, 84, 117
Ashstead, Kent 91
askos32, 70
Asteria-Ortygia 163, 164(93)
Aston, Hertfordshire 97, 98(63)
Athena, Parthenos 88
on Corbridge Lanx 163, 164(93)
and see Minerva
Athens 25
Atkinson, R. 18
Atrebates 28
Attalos I of Pergamum 18, 22
Attis 116
and Sangaritis 153, 155, 159
Augustina, Flavia 47
St Augustine of Canterbury 174-5
Augustus 24-5, 27
Aureliana, Aurelia 65, 116
Aurelius, L. Valerius 65
Ausonius 148, 156
Aust-by-Severn, Avon 38, 39
Avenches, Switzerland 99
Avitacum, near Clermont 139
Avitus, Caecillius 46
Aylesford, Kent 15, 18, 22(7),27, 34
Aylesford-Swarling culture 15

b
Bacchus 70, 76, 81, 90, 111, 119, 120, 140, 141, 143, 144(86),151, 153, 155, 156, 159-61, 163,
colour plate XIV
as Zagraeus 70, 71(39),159
Backworth treasure, Northumberland 92
Balline treasure, Co. Limerick 93, 163
Ballinrees treasure, Co. Londonderry 93, 163
Bann, River 17
banquet tombstones 48
Barates 102, 117
Barkway, Hertfordshire 77, 128
Bartlow barrows, Cambridgeshire/ Essex 15, 65, 70, 181, 184(109)
Basire, James 177(105),181, 183(108),184(109)
Basse-Yutz (Lorraine) flagons 14, 18
Bath (Aquae Sulis), Avon
finds
gems 33, 81(48),134
penannular brooch 104(68)
pewter 131, 167
sculptures
boar 84, 87(55)
Façade of the Four Seasons 63, 111, 180

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  • Title Page 3
  • Contents 5
  • Illustrations 6
  • Introduction 9
  • Chapter One - The Art of the Celts 13
  • Chapter Two - Art in the Era of the Conquest 24
  • Chapter Three - Art and the Roman Army 42
  • Chapter Four - The Uses of Art in Roman Britain 58
  • Chapter Five - Natives and Strangers in Roman Britain 79
  • Chapter Six - Artists and Their Patrons 106
  • Chapter Seven - Art in Late Roman Britain 138
  • Chapter Eight - Attitudes to the Art of Roman Britain 174
  • Notes and References 191
  • Bibliography 204
  • Glossary 213
  • Index 215
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