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ISBN 1 872414 42 7
Finds and discussion reports on the finds recovered and brings together all the information from the excavations to interpret the economy of the site and its context. Of particular note are the extensively illustrated pottery corpus and a pit group containing 69 samian vessels, amphorae and glass. The non-ceramic finds include five Dobunnic and 458 Roman coins, iron working tools, crucibles, Mediterranean furniture beetles, leather shoes, intaglios, and a Constantinial milestone.
|Roman Alcester:Southern Extramural Area. 1964-1966 Excavations. Part 2:Finds and discussion. (CBA Research Report 97)||10 Mb|
|Roman Alcester:Southern Extramural Area. 1964-1966 Excavations. Part 2:Finds and discussion. (microfiche)||19 Mb|