Details Coventina was the Romano-British Goddess of water, wells and springs, probably corresponding to the Roman Goddess Minerva. Many inscriptions and a shrine to her have been found at a beautiful site on Hadrian's wall in Northumberland known as Brocolitia.
The area where her shrine once stood is known as Conentina's well and consisted of in a walled area where the well had been built to contain the overflow from a natural spring. It was within this well that the original of this face flagon was discovered almost intact. It is believed to have been a votive offering to Coventina.
The shrine is next to an area where a Mithraeum has been discovered, it was common for the Romans to group their religious shrines together in this way.
Earthen ware clay and a thin glaze
Approx. 275 mm tall, diameter 170 mm
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