decoration. This winged figure with a torch, and bearing a thyrsus on the left shoulder, occurs on a bowl bearing the stamp of Germanus at Rottweil (see Knorr, Rottweil Taf. vi. 1 and Taf. vii.), as well as at Okarben. It is also to be seen on a bowl from Heddernheim in the Museum of Frankfort on Main. (Page 217, Fig. 1.)

56. Fragment of a bowl (Dragendorff 37). In a small medallion, a nude winged figure, the head turned to the left. As will be seen from the last number, it carried a torch in the right hand. The angles are filled with tendrils and long pointed leaves. (Page 217, Fig. 2.)

57 and 58. Fragments of a bowl. A tree with leaves, recalling Déchelette 1136. A figure of Victory turned to the left (Déchelette 479). Another small portion of the same bowl shows a stag (Déchelette 865) feeding from the leaves of a tree. La Graufesenque. These fragments represent the only pieces of Terra Sigillata found in the large building to the west of the Baths. (Page 217, Figs. 3 and 4.)

59. Fragment of a small bowl (Dragendorff 37). Beneath an egg and tassel moulding, demi-medallions, formed by wreaths each encircling a tendril and leaf, and separated from each other by a floral ornament. Below a band of chevron pattern. See Hölder, Römischen Thongefasse in Rottweil, Taf. xiii. Fig. 6. (Page 217, Fig. 5.)

60. Fragment of a bowl (Dragendorff 37). Egg and tassel moulding. Figure of a lioness walking to left, with leaf of a tree and bunches of herbage. Below, a wreath. Probably from a bowl by Germanus. See Knorr, Rottweil Taf. V. 1 and viii. 1, where it occurs on bowls by this potter. La Graufesenque. For other fragments of this potter's work in the same style at Newstead, see supra, Nos. 14, 15, 41, 54, 55 and 56. (Page 217, Fig. 6.)

61. Small fragment of bowl (Dragendorff 37), showing part of a scroll with ivy leaf and ends. (Page 217, Fig. 7.)

D. Finds of Early Pottery from Inner Ditch of Later Fort, West Front

62. Fragments of a bowl (Dragendorff 29). Portions of the upper frieze alone remain; two panels—both incomplete. (1) Points of flame arranged in pyramid, framed by double zigzag lines. In the angle, figure of a long-necked bird, resembling Déchelette 1017. (2) A figure of Cupid kneeling, to right. In his hands he holds a mirror, which he is placing on a stand. (Page 217, Fig. 11.)

63. Fragment of a bowl (Dragendorff 29). The decoration has evidently been arranged in two friezes, of which only part of the lower remains. It consists of a row of small medallions, each containing a half-length figure; the medallion has been impressed after the figure, and in part covers it. (Page 217, Fig. 8.)

Nos. 62 and 63 were found in the black deposit of the ditch, with portions of undecorated vessels (Dragendorff, Types 18, 27, and 36) and a small piece of the neck of a globular vase of very thin hard material, with a bright glaze. All of these are probably early.