E. Finds from Inner Ditch of Later Fort, West Front

64. Fragment of a bowl (Dragendorff 37). Egg and tassel moulding. Decoration in panels. (1) Foliage ornament incomplete. (2) In a demi-medallion, a bird. The whole treatment is very coarse, and is probably German. (Page 217, Fig. 9.)

65. Fragment of a bowl (Dragendorff 37). Egg and tassel moulding. The decoration is in panels. Figure of Perseus (Déchelette 146), the right arm uplifted, the head facing to right. In his left hand, which he holds against his thigh, he carries a short sword, from which hangs the end of some floating drapery. The figure appears upon the bowls of Cinnamus, as does also the reel ornament in the adjoining panel (Déchelette 1111). See Knorr, Rottweil Taf. xx. 4 and 15. Lezoux. (Page 217, Fig. 10.)

66. Fragment of a bowl (Dragendorff 37). The upper moulding is a degraded form of the common egg and tassel. The decoration is reduced to meaningless stamps, rosettes, and demi-medallions, most of which are to he found in Ludowici, Stempel-Bilder aus meinen Ausgrabungen in Rheinzabern, page 211, Figs. O. 26, 27, 62. See also Knorr, Terrasigillata Gefässe von Cannstatt und Kongen-Grinario, Taf. xxxvii. 2 and 3, where somewhat similar decoration is to be seen on a bowl bearing the stamp of the Rheinzabern potter Reginus, to whom our piece must be attributed. (Page 217, Fig. 12.)

Nos. 65 and 66 were found at the mouth of the large drain issuing from the fort above the ditch.

F. Finds from Inner System of Ditches, West Annexe

The following is a list of the finds from the inner system of ditches defending the West Annexe. These ditches obviously belong to the period of the reduction of the fort in size.

(1) The Inner Ditch

67. Fragment of a bowl (Dragendorff 37). In a panel beneath a demi-medallion is a nude figure of Venus with floating draperies. She stands with her left arm leaning on a column with a capital, her right hand extended (Déchelette 184). The figure occurs on the bowls of Cinnamus. On either side are incomplete panels with foliage patterns. Lezoux. (Page 217, Fig. 13.)

68. Fragment of a bowl (Dragendorff 37). Decoration in large medallions and panels. None of the figures of animals is complete. In the large medallion on the left there appear two figures which also occur on a bowl found at Camelon, bearing the stamp of the potter Divixtvs. See Anderson, 'Notice of the Pottery, etc., found at Camelon,' Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, vol. xxxv. p. 380, fig. 13. (Page 217, Fig. 14.)