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An elaborately repaired flagon and other pottery from Roman cremation burials at Farley Heath

JOANNA BIRD

A small group of cremation urns was recovered from Foxholes, near Farley Heath, in the early 1930s and has never been fully published. Further cremation urns found in the Farley Heath area may also come from the same site. Apart from a samian cup left as a grave offering, all but one of the urns is in greyware; some are clearly products of the Alice Holt/Farnham industry, others may be more local wares in the same style. A large flagon in a cream/buff ware is probably a British copy of a Gallo-Belgic form; it has an exceptional repair, consisting of a lead plate stapled to the exterior over and around the base.

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