Haverfield in Cumberland and Westmoreland Antiquarian Soc. Transactions, 18 95, p. 437) A copper coin found at Richborough, inscribed Domino Carausio Ces., must be ascribed to a Carausius of later date, since the type of the reverse is not found until the middle of the 4th century at the earliest.
Jubilate Deo, omnis terra; servite Domino in laetitia; intrate in conspectu eius in exultatione.
At Praed Street chapel he gradually obtained a ' The original writ of summons (1299) was addressed in Latin, Roberto domino de Clif f ord, i.e.
Jubilate Domino, omnis terra; servite Domino in laetitia; introite in conspectu eius in exultatione.
Brandon Westlake offered his concerned condolences, apparently having heard the news from domino eavesdroppers.