Barrow and Villa
A stone coffin was found c.1616 in a field at Eastness, near Hovingham in Yorkshire. Since lost, this is thought to represent the northernmost example of a Roman Barrow, all other known burial mounds of this period occur in the south-east.
RIB720 - Funerary inscription for Titia Pinta, Valerius Adiutor, and Varialus
ET VAL ADIVTORI VIXIT ANN XX
ET VARIALO VIXIT ANN XV VAL
VINDICIANVS CONIVGI ET FILIS
References for Hovingham
- Roman Roads in Britain – Volume II by Ivan D. Margary (London 1957) #814, p.155;
- The Roman Inscriptions of Britain by R.G. Collingwood and R.P. Wright (Oxford 1965).
Map References for Hovingham