Alabaster panel of Christ being arrested in Garden of Gethsemane. Late 14th century. Reading Museum object no. 1944.58.1.
Limestone head from a statue of a saint or bishop, from Reading Abbey. 13th century. Reading Museum object no. 1991.1.569.
Hoard of at least 258 silver denarii in a pot, discovered in 1894 in a pit near the West Gate at Silchester (Calleva Atrebatum). Circa 195 AD. Reading Museum.
The Silchester Eagle, on display at Reading Museum. Discovered in a damaged state in the basilica of Calleva Atrebatum at Silchester, Hampshire on 9 October 1866.
Sandalled foot from a Roman statue of a god or emperor, excavated from Calleva Atrebatum (Silchester).
Stone head of Serapis, the Egyptian god of fertility and the afterlife. Recognised as a Roman statue in 1899 when it was in a garden in Silchester, Hampshire; it had previously been used as a cheese press on a local farm. It originally had a corn measure on its head. Reading Museum.
Pottery floor tile incised with lines for use as a game board, with various bone game counters, excavated from Calleva Atrebatum (Silchester). Reading Museum.
Roman knucklebones from Calleva Atrebatum (Silchester). Reading Museum.
Roman bone dice from Calleva Atrebatum (Silchester). Reading Museum.
Cast bronze figure of a prancing horse (handle from a drinking vessel), known as the "Silchester Horse", discovered by Reverend James G. Joyce in the Basilica of Calleva Atrebatum at Silchester, Hampshire on the 27 October 1870. Stylistically similar to the Uffington white horse, it may be pre-Roman in date. Reading Musuem.