ROMEINEN TE LIENDEN (GLD.)
During an excavation at Lienden (province of Gelderland), a well was discovered, dating from shortly after AD 143. This well was constructed from a pinewood barrel with hazel hoops. Six of the eighteen staves were stamped, with two different names. The well probably became disused during the third quarter of the second century AD. Another find from the Roman period was a terra sigillata dish of Dragendorff type 18/31, manufactured by the potter DRAPPVS at Treves sometime between AD 117 and 161.