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ecrm:P45_consists_of
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bmo:PX_curatorial_comment
Silver spoons from the Mildenhall treasure Roman Britain, 4th century AD Found in Mildenhall, Suffolk The eight spoons in the Mildenhall treasure represent examples from at least three, perhaps four, sets. It seems fair to assume that the owner of such an outstanding piece of silver plate as the Great Dish would have had a large number of spoons, most of which were not hidden in this particular cache. Three spoons have foliate decoration which matches that on the large fluted bowl. Another three bear the only overt Christian symbols in the hoard, the Greek letters chi and rho, the first letters of Christ's name, flanked by alpha and omega (the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, another symbol of Christ - 'I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last' (Revelation 1:8)). The remaining two spoons have personal names (Papittedo and Pascentia) with the word vivas ('may you live'), a good-luck formula frequently used in late-Roman times, often by Christians.
bmo:PX_display_wrap
Acquisition (From) :: Butcher, George W to The British Museum ::, Acquisition (From) :: Ford, S to The British Museum ::, Acquisition date :: 1946 ::, Appeared in exhibition :: COMPASS ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Hobbs 2008 ::, Bibliograpic reference :: Painter 1977a ::, Consists of :: silver ::, Dimension Length :: 167.00mm ::, Dimension Weight :: 17.96g ::, Found (in) :: West Row ::, Located in gallery :: G49/dc22 :: 14 Jun 2012, Object type :: spoon ::, Production Period / Culture :: Romano-British ::, Production date :: 4thC ::, Subject :: leaf ::, Subject :: plant ::
bmo:PX_exhibition_history
Exhibited: 2005-2006 25 Jul-13 Jan, Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past 2005 12 Feb-26 Jun, Newcastle, Hancock Museum, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past 2004-2005 1 Oct-15 Jan, Manchester Museum, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past 2004 30 Apr-21 Sep, Cardiff, National Museums & Galleries of Wales, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past 2003-2004 21 Nov-14 Mar, London, BM, Buried Treasure: Finding Our Past
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Exhibition label :: COMPASS :: Silver spoons from the Mildenhall treasure Roman Britain, 4th century AD Found in Mildenhall, Suffolk The eight spoons in the Mildenhall treasure represent examples from at least three, perhaps four, sets. It seems fair to assume that the owner of such an outstanding piece of silver plate as the Great Dish would have had a large number of spoons, most of which were not hidden in this particular cache. Three spoons have foliate decoration which matches that on the large fluted bowl. Another three bear the only overt Christian symbols in the hoard, the Greek letters chi and rho, the first letters of Christ's name, flanked by alpha and omega (the first and last letters of the Greek alphabet, another symbol of Christ - 'I am Alpha and Omega, the first and the last' (Revelation 1:8)). The remaining two spoons have personal names (Papittedo and Pascentia) with the word vivas ('may you live'), a good-luck formula frequently used in late-Roman times, often by Christians. Length: 16.3 cm (min.) Length: 20.6 cm (max.) Treasure Trove P&EE 1946 10-7 27-34 Department of Prehistory and Early Europe (study collection) K.S. Painter, The Mildenhall Treasure (London, 1977)
bmo:PX_physical_description
Silver spoon; pointed handle, pear-shaped bowl, joined to handle by circular attachment with internal projection at top, foliage ornament inside bowl, arranged in two sections, one on each side, with plain band along centre-line.
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