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Anglo-Saxon pottery: a symposium

CBA Research Report No 4 (1959)

Reprinted from Medieval Archaeology, 3 (1959).


Title page of report 4

Revised versions of papers presented at the Conference on Anglo-Saxon Pottery which took place in the Castle Museum, Norwich, from 18 to 20 April, 1958, under the auspices of the Council for British Archaeology.


  • Title pages
  • The continental background by F Tischler (p 1)
    • Origins (pp 1-5)
    • Archaeology of the settlements (pp 5-6)
    • Chronology (pp 6-7)
  • Anglo-Saxon pottery of the Pagan period by J N L Myres (pp 7-13)
  • Middle-Saxon pottery by J G Hurst (pp 13-14)
    • East Anglia (pp 14-19)
    • Kent (pp 19-21)
    • London (pp 21-25)
    • Wessex (p 25)
    • The West (pp 25-26)
    • The Midlands (p 26)
    • The North (pp 26-28)
    • Summary (pp 28-31)
  • Pottery of the Late Anglo-Saxon period in England: the regional and chronological groups of local pottery and imports from the continent by G C Dunning (p 31)
    • Insular pottery (p 31)
      • Southern England (pp 31-34)
      • East Anglia and the Midlands (pp 34-42)
      • London (pp 42-43)
      • Derivatives of Group 2 (p 44)
      • Early medieval ware (pp 44-48)
      • Bar-lip pottery (pp 48-49)
    • Imported pottery (pp 49-50)
      • Frankish imports (pp 50-52)
      • Tating type (p 52)
      • Badorf ware (pp 52-54)
      • Relief-band amphorae (pp 54-55)
      • Pingsdorf ware and derivatives (pp 55-56)
      • Handled ladles (pp 56-60)
      • Glazed pitchers (pp 60-62)
      • Pottery imported from Normandy (pp 62-71)
    • Distributions and trade routes (pp 71-73)
    • Postscript (p 73)
      • Description of the pottery (pp 74-77)
      • Origin and dating (p 77)

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