Corieltavi
The Corieltauvi (formerly thought to be called the Coritani, and sometimes referred to as the Corieltavi) were a tribe of people living in Britain prior to the Roman conquest, and thereafter a civitas of Roman Britain. Their territory was in what is now the English East Midlands, in the counties of Lincolnshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Rutland and Northamptonshire. They were bordered by the Brigantes to the North, the Cornovii to the West, the Dobunni and Catuvellauni to the South, and the Iceni to the East. Their capital was called Ratae Corieltauvorum, known today as Leicester.

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Corieltauvi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Corieltauvi (formerly thought to be called the Coritani, and sometimes referred to as the Corieltavi) were a tribe of people living in Britain prior to the Roman ...
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Corieltavi - UK Finds Database - - - UKDFD
Recent Records: last day last 7 days last 14 days all records ...
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The Goldsmiths' Company - Corieltavi Silver Bowl
Corieltavi Silver Bowl. 03 May 2011. A beautiful 2,000 year old Iron Age silver bowl, the earliest known silver bowl to have been hand-made in Britain, is the ...
www.thegoldsmiths.co.uk/news/corieltavi-silver-bowl/
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BBC - A History of the World - Object : Iron Age coin of the Corieltavi
Gold Iron Age coin of the Corieltavi found at the Hallaton shrine, Leicestershire. ... It was made by the Corieltavi tribe (the local British group living around ...
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Corieltavi - Portable Antiquities Scheme
The Index currently contains 3379 coin entries for this attribute. The results presented below are for all records where the tribe is attributed to the Corieltavi.
www.finds.org.uk/CCI/tribe.php?tribe=Corieltavi
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Corieltavi | Keithpp's Blog
Dec 29, 2011 ... Posts about Corieltavi written by keithpp. ... Coins from the Corieltavi tribe, local to Leicestershire and Lincolnshire. There was an Iron Age ...
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Does Corieltavi Mean 'Army of Many Rivers'? - Cambridge Journals
Apr 21, 2011 ... Andrew Breeze*. The British people formerly known to scholars as Coritani, but now commonly referred to as Corieltauvi, lived in the region of ...
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Does Corieltavi Mean 'Army of Many Rivers'? - Cambridge Journals
suggest a reading Corieltavi (where v would be pronounced like English w). ... read Corieltavi, which accords neatly with Ptolemy's Coritani and Coritavi and ...
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Corieltavi Gold 2 - Adam & Lisa's Finds
The Corieltavi first started using inscriptions on their coins around the turn of the first century AD, the names displayed on the coins are thought to be those of ...
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2,000 year old dog returns to guard treasure! - Archaeology News ...
Feb 3, 2011 ... Gold Iron Age coin of the Corieltavi found at the Hallaton shrine. ... Until recently the remains were held at University of Leicester where they ...
Corieltavi | Keithpp's Blog
Dec 29, 2011 ... Posts about Corieltavi written by keithpp. ... Help was sought and enlisted from the University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS) and ...
Does Corieltavi Mean 'Army of Many Rivers'? - Cambridge Journals
Apr 21, 2011 ... Does Corieltavi Mean 'Army of Many Rivers'? Article author query; breeze a ... Cambridge University Press. Cambridge University Press.
Corieltavi - Portable Antiquities Scheme
96.2092, Stater, Corieltavi, British, North Eastern ... 2007 - Oxford University, The Portable Antiquities Scheme & the British Museum | Designed and built by DEJ ...
The Goldsmiths' Company - Corieltavi Silver Bowl
May 3, 2011 ... The Corieltavi Silver Bowl, 2000 Years Old ... subsequent excavations were undertaken by the University of Leicester Archaeological Services.
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The late Dr. Jeffrey May of Nottingham University wrote: ... a small iron age site near Market Rasen, north of Lincoln, which the Corieltavi called Lindo, "lake river.
The Goldsmiths' Company - Corieltavi Silver Bowl
The Corieltavi Silver Bowl, 2000 Years Old ... next four years subsequent excavations were undertaken by the University of Leicester Archaeological Services.
Corieltavi - Adam & Lisa's Finds
The Corieltavi controlled all of what is now modern day Lincolnshire, along with ... have been recorded with the Celtic Coin Index (C.C.I.) at Oxford University.
The Hallaton treasure project — University of Leicester
The ensuing Hallaton project, involving the University of Leicester, the HFWG, ... British communities known collectively to the incoming Romans as 'Corieltavi'.
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Rituals, Hoards and Helmets:a Ceremonial Meeting Place of the Corieltavi, Vicki Score. Investigating the Origins of Great Easton, Leicestershire: Community ...
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Britons and Anglo-Saxons: Lincolnshire AD 400-650
Britons and Anglo-Saxons: Lincolnshire AD 400-650
Thomas Green, 2012
As Jeffrey May has argued, modern Lindsey seems to have been the core territory of the Corieltavi, the British tribe which inhabited Lincolnshire and Leicestershire in the pre-Roman and Romano-British eras. Although the Romans made ...
The Origins of Louth: Archaeology and History in East ...
The Origins of Louth: Archaeology and History in East ...
Tom Green, 2011
So, given this relative abundance of archaeological evidence, what can be said about the Louth region in the Roman period? The attitude of the Corieltavi of Lincolnshire to the Roman conquest is not documented, but there seems little reason ...
Corieltauvi
Corieltauvi
Jesse Russell, Ronald Cohn, 2012
The Corieltauvi (formerly thought to be called the Coritani, and sometimes referred to as the Corieltavi) were a tribe of people living in Britain prior to the Roman conquest, and thereafter a civitas of Roman Britain.
Britannia: A History of Roman Britain
Britannia: A History of Roman Britain
Sheppard Sunderland Frere, 1987
The coins in question were once thought to be Brigantian, but their distribution makes attribution to the Corieltavi unquestionably correct. Both gold and silver were minted. This tribe also had a common boundary in Northamptonshire with the ...
Britannia
Britannia
Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies, 1978
Cartimandua has been seen as a Belgic princess, but this was a deduction from the coinage once thought to be Brigantian but now correctly attributed to the Corieltavi. She is first mentioned in 51, and her actions show that she had by then  ...
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Corieltavi
IndieLondon: The Corieltavi Silver Bowl - Goldsmiths’ Hall - Your London Reviews
Welcome to indielondon a site dedicated to London's entertainments scene - cinema, music, theatre, etc - and the people who make the capital tick.
www.indielondon.co.uk/Events-Review/the-corieltavi-silver-bowl-goldsmiths-hall
unknow coin | Celtic, Corieltavi, debased stater - Coin Community Forum
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2,000 year old dog returns to guard treasure! - Archaeology News from Past Horizons : Archaeology News from Past Horizons
www.pasthorizonspr.com/index.php/archives/02/2011/2000-year-old-dog-returns-to-guard-treasure
Hallaton Shrine | Keithpp's Blog
On the afternoon that I first went out with my metal detector I unearthed about ten silver coins. Unusually, for coins, they were dish-shaped and decorated with images of strange, disjointed horses. As I moved over the field with the detector I picked up the signals of many more coins. -- Ken Wallace A local…
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The Peatling Magna Hoard | The Heritage Trust
The Peatling Magna Hoard 02/08/2012 in Ancient Britain, Exhibitions, Roman Britain The oldest Roman coin in Britain Harborough Museum reports that - A …hoard of ten gold Iron Age coins was found in 2010 by Steve Bestwick whilst metal detecting on fields near Peatling Magna, in the District of Harborough. They will be displayed permanently at Harborough Museum from Tuesday 17 July 2012.
theheritagetrust.wordpress.com/2012/08/02/the-peatling-magna-hoard/
Opulent Ethics: A taste of Jewellery and Silversmithing history
This week in the Benchpeg Newsletter, the Goldsmiths’ Company have announced that they will be displaying a beautiful 2000 year old silver bowl called the Corieltavi Silver Bowl during British Silver Week which is running at Goldsmiths’ Hall from tomorrow.  Corieltavi Silver Bowl Opulent Ethics were so taken with the idea that this simple, beautiful bowl was made during the Iron Age and yet, could match some of today’s silver-smithing masters.
opulentethics.blogspot.com/2011/05/taste-of-jewellery-and-silversmithing.html
The History Blog » Blog Archive » Roman helmet pieced back together after 10 years
In 2000, a group of archaeologists and volunteers discovered some Iron Age pottery outside the village of Hallaton in Leicestershire, central England. A metal detectorist followed up in the area and found gold and silver coins.
www.thehistoryblog.com/archives/14437
Roman Lincoln and the North/South Divide ~ Texas Coritani
www.texascoritani.com/roman-lincoln-and-the-northsouth-divide/
bensozia: The Hallaton Guardian
The Hallaton Treasure is a remarkable horde of Iron Age coins and other valuable objects buried in the British midlands when the Roman were in the process of conquering the island, around 50 AD. It includes thousands of British coins and a few Roman ones, as well as other valuable objects like this silver bowl and the fragments of an iron helmet covered in silver leaf.
benedante.blogspot.com/2011/01/hallaton-guardian.html
Oldest Roman Coin in Britain – in Hallaton?
www.mikemcsharry.com/2010/01/oldest-roman-coin-in-britain-in-hallaton/
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