Study Group for Roman Pottery Bibliography

Study Group for Roman Pottery, 2014

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Overview

The bibliography proforma was amended slightly for the database with the following fields, some additional, being recorded, though it was not possible to fill in all the fields for every entry. Not all of these fields will be 'searchable' initially.

Ref ID Relate to entries in Journal of Roman Pottery Studies (up to Vol 11) and SGRP website bibliography
Author(s)
Ref Author's article title
Full Ref where 'in' another article – very common for pottery sections. There can be a sequence of 'ins'
Pub/Vol date
Journal/Book
Vol
Pages
Parish/Town
County
Country England default
Grid Ref
Fieldwork/subject
Site Type
Fabrics
Special Types of specialist ceramic, eg tripod bowls
Associated Small finds etc
Comments
Period
Quantification measures used
Analysis chemical etc
Archive where housed
Compiler of record (not infilled)
Date date of entry (not infilled)

It is the aim of SGRP to resume annual searches, update the database, address issues of missing and inconsistent data and consider 'grey' literature reports. Anyone able to regularly search a journal in their area and/or be able to supply bibliographic references to complete gaps in the Bibliography should contact the Bibliography Editor via the Group's website.

Acknowledgements

Robin Symonds edited the bibliography in JRPS 1-5 (1986-1992) and compiled an index of the existing bibliography in JRPS 6 (1993). Another instalment of the bibliography, edited by Colin Wallace and Robin Symonds, was printed in JRPS 11. The Group’s website was initially set up and run by Ted Connell and website responsibilities have recently been taken on by David Dearlove. The following former and current SGRP members have contributed to the bibliography: Anne Anderson, Tahar Ben Redjeb, Paul Bidwell, Frédéric Berthault, Joanna Bird, Paul Booth, Raymond Brulet, Peter Carrington, Nick Cooper, Kevin Crouch, Nina Crummy, Maggi Darling, John Dore, Gillian Dunn, Jane Evans, Sarah Green, Louise Hird, Suzanne Huson, Janet Keeley, Fanette Laubenheimer, Malcolm Lyne, Pauline Marney, Jason Monaghan, Rob Perrin, Richard Pollard, Lindsay Rollo, Andrew Savage, Martine Scilliano, Rachael Seager Smith, Sally Stow, Robin Symonds, Jane Timby, Roberta Tomber, Catriona Turner, Colin Wallace, Karen Waugh, Peter Webster, Steven Willis and Mark Wood. English Heritage personnel involved with the grant and project were Kath Buxton, Tim Cromack, Claire Driver and Duncan Brown. Catherine Hardman and Tim Evans have handled the ADS component of the project. The database was compiled by Rob Perrin.


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