Silchester Insula IX: The Claudio-Neronian Occupation of the Iron Age Oppidum

John R. L. Allen, Rowena Banerjea, Catherine Barnett, Edward Besly, Joanna Bird, Kate Clark, Andre Colonese, Samantha R. Cook, H. E. M. Cool, Oliver Craig, Nina Crummy, Emma Durham, Delphine Frémondeau, Claire Ingrem, Mary Lewis, Lisa Lodwick, Alexandre Lucquin, Sara Machin, Gundula Müldner, Matt Phelps, Mark Robinson, Jane Timby, 2020

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Overview

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Insula IX: the pottery vessels from Well 1586 (copyright Ian Cartwright & University of Reading).

The collection contains 131 data tables of which Tables 1-75 reproduce those printed in the published chapters, respectively on the all the Roman coins up to AD 117 from Insula IX, all the Roman brooches from Insula IX, all the toilet instruments from Insula IX, then on the Period 1 finds: the ferrous and non-ferrous 'small finds', the iron nails, the vessel glass, the pottery, including the Gallo-Belgic pottery, the Gaulish samian, and the organic residue analysis of ceramic vessels; the querns, the ceramic building material, (other) fired and unfired clay objects, the human bone, the animal bone, including the dog bone; the isotopic study of two miniature dogs, the insect remains, the charred, mineralised and waterlogged seed and plant remains, the wood charcoal, the radiocarbon dating, the elemental geochemistry and the micromorphology. There are also tables associated with the printed appendices on the ceramic spindle whorls, the analysis of certain copper alloy brooches, the pottery, the animal bone and the marine shell.

Tables 76-131 are published only online, including on the toilet instruments, the 'small finds', the spindle whorls, the pottery, the querns and other worked stone, the metallurgical residues, the animal bone, the charred, waterlogged and mineralised plant remains, the wood charcoal, the geochemistry and the micromorphology.

All the finds and environmental samples are currently stored in the School of Archaeology, Geography and Environmental Science at the University of Reading prior to expected eventual deposition with the Hampshire Cultural Trust, Winchester (formerly Hampshire County Museums Service).


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