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Writings from Roman Britain now online

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"On this day nearly 2,000 years ago a birthday party was held for Claudia Severa, the wife of a Roman officer. How do we know this? Because the party invitation sent to the wife of the camp commander at Vindolanda, a Roman fort near Hadrian’s Wall, survives to this day.

"The ancient invitation written in ink on wood is just one of the thousands of voices of people from Roman Britain brought back to life in the most comprehensive ever web-based archive of Roman writing.

"The Roman Inscriptions of Britain Online website has been launched by the University of Nottingham-led international research group LatinNow. It’s the culmination of years of work by team member Scott Vanderbilt. "

Full article at British Archaeology NR UK: http://www.bajrfed.co.uk/bajrpress/writing-of-roman-britain-now-online/

Roman Inscriptions of Britain Online: https://romaninscriptionsofbritain.org/

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