Roman altar (Humshaugh)
A Roman altar was discovered in the west bank of the River North Tyne in 1978. It was inscribed with the words: DISCIPVLINAE IMP(ERATORIS) HAD(RIANI) AVG(GUSTI) ALA AVG(VSTA) OB VIRT(VTE) APPEL(LATA). This is a dedication to the Discipline of the Emperor Hadrian. The altar is on display in Chesters Museum.
|Historical period:||Roman (43 to 410)|
Source of Reference
Local History of Humshaugh
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