Channel Tunnel Rail Link Section 1

Stuart Foreman, 2004 (updated 2009)

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Ceramics - Specialist Research Report

These Specialist Research Reports discuss the Post-Excavation analysis of the Ceramic finds recovered from the Channel Tunnel Rail Link (CTRL) project. This material has been divided into four broad chronological groups, with the addition of a fifth group which discusses the Ceramic Building Material. Each section reports on the significant material recovered from specific individual sites and areas within the project, and these individual reports are brought together in the Scheme Wide Research Report.

This section includes individual reports and datasets on the:

  • Ceramic Building Material
  • Early Prehistoric Pottery
  • Later Prehistoric Pottery
  • Roman Pottery
  • Post-Roman Pottery

Other material from the programme linked to this report.

Phase 2 - Scheme Wide Research Report

This material is also discussed and summarised in the Ceramic - Scheme Wide Research Report.


Phase 2 - Integrated Site Report

This section provides a schemewide summary of material taken from the site specific Integrated Site Reports. A full list of these Integrated Site Reports can be found in the Site List.