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Benjamin Brown, Bachelor of Theology and ...

Latin Text:

BENIAMIN BROWN S. T. B. collegij ∆nei nasi socius, dedit ANNVLVM ARGENTEUM ANTIQVVM; a fossore quodam inter rudera ejusdem collegij casu repertum; ex parte alter‚ antiquo opere tortuosum; alter‚ verÚ sigillo et symbolo nescio quibus insculptum. vide cat.D. ∆d.ch.n.5j2.b.

Translation:

Benjamin Brown, Bachelor of Theology and Fellow of Brasenose College, gave an ancient silver ring, found by chance by someone digging in excavations in the College.** It is both a ring, in an antique twisted style, and engraved with an unknown seal and symbol**. See the Catalogue of the Dean of Christ Church, no. 512(b).

Location:Not listed in the 1836 catalogue. The present location of this object is unknown.

Year:MDCXCIV (1694);  Page Number:18 (recto)

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