Ralph Mills

ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND OTHER ILLUSTRATIONS

Examples of archaeological illustrations


Roman window head
Roman window head: Illustration from guide booklet.
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Plan of tower on Hadrian's Wall
Peel Gap Tower: Illustration from Current Archaeology magazine.
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Roman pottery
Roman pottery: Illustration for site report
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Roman pottery
Roman pottery: Illustration for site report
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Roman pottery
Roman pottery: Illustration for site report
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Miniature oewter jugjug_1

Miniature pewter jug: Museum of London
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Miniature pewter cauldron
Miniature pewter cauldron: Museum of London
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Arrowheads
Arrowheads: Osoyoos museum, British Columbia
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Roman bone pin
Roman bone pin
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RHooked and jointed fastener
Medieval fastener: Museum of London.
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Flint tool
Flint tool: author's collection.
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Medieval bronze plate
Medieval bronze plate: Tonge Castle, Kent
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Nineteenth century bottle
Bottle: Nineteenth century, my collection
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Fossil bones
Fossil dinosaur bones: Palaeontology illustration (specimen in Natural History Museum, London).
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Fossil skull of amphibian
Fossil amphibian skull: Palaeontology illustration (specimen in Natural History Museum, London).
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Seal
Seal: Museum of London
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Copper alloy key
Cu alloy key: Museum of London
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