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Romano-British coarse pottery: a student's guide

Graham Webster (editor)

CBA Research Report No 6 (1976)

Third edition.


Abstract

Title page of report 6

These notes attempt to establish a consistent method of describing and illustrating Romano-British coarse pottery for which there have been and still are many different terms used for the same thing. The main features are: glossaries, list of stratified groups, instructions for drawing pottery, and examples of types of vessel and decoration.

Contents

  • Title pages
  • Foreword (p 3)
  • Introduction (pp 4-5)
  • Glossary of terms (p 6)
    • General terms (p 6)
    • Terms used for manufacturing techniques, decoration and parts of vessels (pp 7-11)
    • Terms used of types of fabric or centres of manufacture (pp 12-16)
    • Names given to particular classes of vessels sharing form and function (pp 17-20)
  • A list of stratified groups (pp 21-22)
    • The Northern Frontier Zone (p 22)
    • The North-West (pp 22-23)
    • The East and North Midlands (p 23)
    • East Anglia (p 24)
    • The West Midlands (pp 24-25)
    • The South Midlands (pp 25-26)
    • London and Home Counties (pp 26-27)
    • The South (pp 27-28)
    • The South-West (pp 28-29)
    • The West (pp 29-30)
  • Drawing pottery (pp 30-34)
  • Abbreviations and bibliographical references (p 34)
  • figure 1 (p 35)
  • figure 2 (p 36)
  • figure 3 (p 37)

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