Sketch of iron studs found in Bath. 1852.
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Found in the fifth coffin. Discovered under the road at the junction of Russell Street and Rivers Street. AT the feet of the skeleton were a number of round headed iron studs, the nails probably are of military origin (worn by Roman soldiers, but not any officer above the rank of Centurion). From Crania Britannica.
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Bath Central Library