4 edition of Coventina"s Well found in the catalog.
Lindsay Allason Jones
by Trustees of the Clayton Collection
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||126|
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Well, once we get to the Storm Coast some of our happy party are going down there. And a lot of what lives down there tends to be sensitive to storm magic, since lightning is a sky thing, so I thought I’d see if you were able to help with the lightning runes I’m trying to get into the weapons. (Coventinas's Well in Northumberland was found to contain o coins etc.) The River Seine in France, was named after the Goddess Sequanna. At its source, in carved wooden votive objects were found. Deep shafts were dug and votive offerings were cast into them to appease the underworld gods. Many shafts have been found in Bavaria.5/5(2).
Substantial deposits of votive offerings have been recovered from inside Coventinas Well, including as many as 16, coins and objects made of bronze, lead, ceramic, glass, jet, shale, bone, and leather (Allason-Jones and McKay ). Among the leather objects recovered from the well were four shoe soles, two of which belonged to children. Index of /images Name Last modified Size Description. Parent Directory - 63K phoenix23_3a K tonga61_jpg K jpg K 23K 23K 23K jpg 32K .
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The well itself was a spring in a rectangular basin m x m in the centre of a walled enclosure m x m within a wall m thick. The contents of the well included coins from Mark Anthony to Gratian, a relief of three water nymphs, the head of a male statue, two dedication slabs to the goddess Coventina, ten altars to.
Hardcover: pages Publisher::COVENTINAS WELL - CLAYTON COLL; 1st edition (Decem ) Language: English ISBN ISBN Package Dimensions: x x inches Shipping Weight: pounds Customer Reviews: out of 5 stars 1 customer rating Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5, in Books (See Top in Books)5/5(1).
Hi enkidu!the Study of "Coventinas" Well Book will take some time,indes I'am very impressed by this good Info. The main Thing occurs:all finds in the Well not damaged,and proves the Theorie,nothing was just discarted,in attempt.
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Buy Coventina's Well by Lindsay Allason-Jones from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Lindsay Allason-Jones. The well was dedicated to a water-goddess named Coventina." Images above and to the left are of from a book of holly wells in England (copyright expired) and show two of the items found at Coventinas Well, these gave it its name.
They all come together at the site of Covetina's Well. I love how the book weaves the three stories effortlessly up to the thrilling climax where all three women come together.
Each character is really well defined and it's This is the second time of reading Kirsty's debut book and it was my first ever introduction to timeslip novels/5. While working on my mithraeum, I wrote to the woman who (literally) wrote the book on Coventina’s Well, Lindsay Allason-Jones.
Wanna know what happened. She wrote back. I asked for any epithets associated with Coventina and so began a very pleasant conversation ending with exactly the information I wanted.
Coventina in Context. Perhaps the most important water-goddess from northern Britain was Coventina whose cult, like that of Sulis, was concentrated at one particular site, Carrawburgh, on Hadrian's Wall.
Her name is Celtic; she was the personified spirit of a spring that welled up out of the ground to feed a pool. Buy Coventina's Well by Allason-Jones, Lindsay (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). The Concept of the Goddess explores the function and nature of goddesses and their cults in many cultures, including:* Celtic* Roman* Norse* Caucasian* Japanese contributors explore the reasons for the existence of so many goddesses in the mythology of patriarchal societies and show that goddesses have also assumed more masculine roles, with.
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For around three centuries, Hadrian’s Wall was a vibrant, multi-cultured frontier sprawling almost 80 miles coast-to-coast. Built by a force of 15, men in under six years, it’s as astounding today for its sheer vision as it is for its engineering.
Milecastles, barracks, ramparts and forts punctuate a diverse landscape that provides a. English: Carrawburgh is a settlement in Roman times, it was the site of a hectare (3½ acre) auxiliary fort on Hadrian's Wall called Brocolitia, Procolita, or Brocolita The fort there was the Wall's northernmost point, and just over a mile west of the nearest milecastle, Milecastle It either used the Wall itself as its northern rampart, or was built parallel to it but Instance of: village.
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Now motorists using the A1 are to be confronted with the far earthier figure of a giant reclining “goddess” stretching her curves alongside nearly half a mile of the.Her name is Coventina, and the wishing well was made in her honor.
The main well or shrine dedicated to her is locate at Carrawburgh, on Hadrian’s Wall in Britain. The wells represented the earths very essence and womb, where the Celtics believed Coventinas presence resided most. She also resides in all rivers, lakes, and streams.Coventinas well is thought to have received some of its offerings o years ago.
White stones, especially moonstones, were also used as votive objects, perhaps because of their association with lunar deities.