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Current research in Romano-British coarse pottery: papers given at a CBA conference held at New College, Oxford, March 24 to 26, 1972

Alec Detsicas (editor)

CBA Research Report No 10 (1973)


Abstract

Title page of report 10

Papers from a three-day conference held in March 1972 on 'Romano-British coarse pottery: current research', organised by the Council for British Archaeology.

Contents

  • Title pages
  • List of Illustrations (p iv)
  • List of Contributors (p vi)
  • Editor's Foreword (p vii)
  • Bibliography (p viii)
  • Introduction and notes on the pottery of the first century AD in use by the Roman army by Graham Webster (p 1)
  • Potters' stamps on Terra Nigra and Terra Rubra found in Britain by Valery Rigby (p 7)
  • The pottery from Usk by Kevin Greene (p 25)
  • The marketing and distribution of Mortaria by K F Hartley (p 39)
  • Sources of pottery found on northern military sites by John Gillam (p 53)
  • The black-burnished pottery industry in Dorset by D P S Peacock (p 63)
  • The techniques and sources of Romano-British black-burnished ware by R A H Farrar (p 67)
  • The pottery industry of the Oxford region by Christopher Young (p 105)
  • Aspects of the New Forest late-Roman pottery industry by Vivien Swan (p 117)
  • A fourth-century potter's workshop and kilns at Stibbington, Peterborough by J P Wild (p 135)
  • The potter Indixivixus by G B Dannell (p 139)
  • The kilns at Mancetter and Hartshill, Warwickshire by K F Hartley (p 143)
  • Experimental Romano-British kiln firings by Geoffrey F Bryant (p 149)
  • Summing up by Graham Webster (p 161)
  • Index (p 163)

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