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This pilaster capital was carved from oolitic limestone and was recovered from excavations near the Roman town of Durovigutum, modern Godmanchester in the 1990s. Origianlly forming the domed top of a niche, it was later deposited in a pond in the 3rd or 4th century AD. This capital, measuring 335mm high, 370mm wide and 470mm shows signs that it was dressed with a broad chisel. It is slightly hollowed to ensure a good fit along the edges with the adjoining block. The front has, on the left side, the capital of a pilaster which projects 105mm from it.