|Discovery:||non-arch dig, 1860 Todd, W.|
|History:||Todd/1860, iii: `a grave was lately opened up, covered with a flag of slaty stone, on which was a Latin inscription'.|
Precise date of discovery unknown (see discussion at Craig/1997, 619).
Craig/1997, 619: 'There is no evidence that the slab was retained after its discovery. The grave and its cover were probably re-buried'.
Stone now lost.
|Geology:||Todd/1860, iii: `slaty stone'.|
|Dimensions:||0.0 x 0.0 x 0.0 (Unknown)|
|Setting:||Lost (present 1860, missing 1957)|
|Location:||Craig/1997, 619: `There is no evidence that the slab was retained after its discovery. The grave and its cover were probably re-buried'.|
Todd/1860, iii: `a flag of slaty stone'.
|Condition:||inc , inc|
Todd/1860, iv: `wasted by time'.
|Decorations:||no other decoration|
|Todd, W. (1860):||[--]|
[--] Ventidius (PN) [--] sub-deacon.
Todd/1860 iii-iv concise discussion
|Thomas, C. (1992):||[--]VENTIDIVS[--]SVBDIACONVS[--]|
(--) VENTIDIUS SUBDIACONUS [--]
(--) Ventidius (PN) the subdeacon [--] [CISP]
Thomas/1992b 3 reading only
|Position:||n/a ; broad ; n/a ; undecorated|
Todd/1860, iii-iv: `a Latin inscription; but so wasted by time that nothing could be gathered from it further than that the person's name was Ventidius, and that he was a subdeacon of the Church'.