Hayton Roman Pottery Database

English Heritage, 2008

Data copyright © Dr Philip Mills, Prof Martin Millett unless otherwise stated

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Query

Search the database

The Hayton pottery database can be searched by form or fabric. Select your search criteria from the drop down lists and click the 'Submit query' button to begin the search. If more complex searches within the data are required, it is possible to download the full database from the downloads page.

Fabric series

Click 'Submit query' to view the full fabric series for Hayton. Other query options can be selected to narrow the search.


More information on phases is available from the Overview page
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(You may select multiple ware type values by using the shift or ctrl keys)

(You may select multiple inclusion values by using the shift or ctrl keys)

Form series

Click 'Submit query' to view the full form series for Hayton. Other options can be selected to narrow the search. The order in which search results are displayed can be chosen and different views of the data can be selected. The 'images only' option displays form profiles displayed with their publication name, the 'basic view' displays images alongside data about the form, and the 'full view' shows images, data, aliases and a link to all related pottery details.


More information on phases is available from the Overview page
(You may select multiple phases by using the shift or ctrl keys)

(You may select multiple rim description values by using the shift or ctrl keys)

(You may select multiple ware type values by using the shift or ctrl keys)

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