Buckland, P. C., Magilton, J. and Dolby, M. J. (1980). The Roman pottery industries of South Yorkshire: a review. Britannia 11. Vol 11, pp. 145-164.

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The Roman pottery industries of South Yorkshire: a review
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Britannia 11
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Britannia
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11
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145 - 164
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An extensive group of kilns SE of Doncaster operated from c 135-70 (possibly earlier) to end of 4th century AD. Kiln types are discussed, also the fabric and decoration of the pottery (which included BB 1), the forms (including mortaria), and distribution (much reduced in 3rd century when E Yorkshire dominated the markets). D G
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Paul C Buckland
John Magilton
Malcolm J Dolby
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1980
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3rd Century (Auto Detected Temporal)
Mortaria (Auto Detected Subject))
4th Century Ad (Auto Detected Temporal)
Roman (MIDAS)
Kilns (Auto Detected Subject))
Pottery (Auto Detected Subject))
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05 Dec 2008