The Corbridge Lanx (Replica), Corbridge, Northumberland

The Corbridge Lanx (Replica), Corbridge, Northumberland
Photograph taken 01 March 2008 © Historic England Archive Photo Library ref: N081012

This is a replica of the Corbridge Lanx. The original was a Roman silver dish, or plate, known also as the Corbridge Lanx. It is richly decorated with scenes of the sacred oracle at Delphi. It was found in 1734, on the bank of a small stream near the Roman town of Corbridge. Although now ruins, the town of Corbridge dates back to 1st century AD. Find out more.

Location

Northumberland Corbridge

Period

Roman (43 - 409)

Tags

english heritage silver plate replica artefact archaeology