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The structure of Romano-British pottery kilns

Philip Corder

CBA Research Report No 5 (1964)

Reprinted from The Archaeological Journal, Vol. CXIV (1957), 10-27.


Abstract

Title page of report 5

A survey of the structure of Romano-British pottery kilns and their chronology, rather than their products or distribution.

Contents

  • Introduction (pp 10-13)
  • Updraught Kilns (pp 13-23)
  • Horizontal-draught Kilns (pp 23-24)
  • The Grouping of Kilns (pp 24-25)
  • Chronology (pp 25-26)
  • Kiln Furniture of Baked Clay other than Fire-bars (pp 26-27)

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