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List of Figures

Figure 1: A sample A 5d motif

Figure 2: A sample A 5fi motif

Figure 3: Early stamp motifs from the south-east of Britain © Warwick Rodwell. This image is not covered by CC-BY 3.0 and permission will be required for further use.

Figure 4: Sites where the A 5d motif has been found in the 4th century

Figure 5: Sites where the A 5fi motif has been found in the 4th century

Figure 6: Percentages of the two motifs analysed by production centres

Figure 7: Sites where both the A 5d and A 5fi motifs have been found in the 4th century

Figure 8: Comparison of the output of A 5d motifs to the total number of motifs from a given production centre

Figure 9: Comparison of the output of A 5fi motifs to the total number of motifs from a given production centre

Figure 10: Sites where the A 5d motif has been found in the Anglo-Saxon period

Figure 11: Sites where both Roman and Anglo-Saxon A 5d and A 5fi motifs have been found around Oxford

Figure 12: Sites where Anglo-Saxon A 5d and A 5fi motifs have been found around Lincoln

Figure 13: Sites where the A 5fi motif has been found in the Anglo-Saxon period

Figure 14: Sites where both the A 5d and A 5fi motifs have been found in either the 4th century or the Anglo-Saxon period

Figure 15: Sites where either the A 5d or A 5fi motif have been found in both the 4th century and the Anglo-Saxon period

Figure 16: Comparison of where the two motifs have been found in various areas of Britain in the 4th century and in the Anglo-Saxon period

Figure 17: Comparison of where the two motifs have been found in various counties of Britain


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