Bates, S. (2003). Part 3: Excavations at Two Mile Bottom, Thetford, 1995-6 (Site 5738). In: n.e. The excavation of Romano-British pottery kilns at Ellingham, Postwick and Two Mile Bottom, Norfolk, 1995-7. Dereham: Archaeology & Environment Division. pp. 57-95.

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Part 3: Excavations at Two Mile Bottom, Thetford, 1995-6 (Site 5738)
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The excavation of Romano-British pottery kilns at Ellingham, Postwick and Two Mile Bottom, Norfolk, 1995-7
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East Anglian Archaeology Occasional Papers
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13
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120
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57 - 95
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report of a multi-period site ranging from the later Mesolithic (discoveries from which are described in Oxbow Monograph 102/Lithic Studies Soc Occ Pap 6, Stone Age archaeology, essays in honour of John Wymer, ed N Ashton, 1998) to the Early Saxon period. Romano-British features include at least three pottery kilns as well as pits and post-holes. `Wasters' of painted white wares were found in one kiln; these were dated to the late-third and early-fourth century AD, and were not previously known to have been made in Norfolk. Numerous Early Saxon features included a series of pits and a possible sunken-featured building. Remains of this date had not previously been found in the vicinity of the site. The presence of late Roman and Early Saxon material together in some features indicates a possible continuity of occupation
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S Bates
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2003
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0 905594 39 8
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Pits (Auto Detected Subject))
Kiln (Auto Detected Subject))
Late Roman (Auto Detected Temporal)
6 Emphstone Age (Auto Detected Temporal)
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Postholes Wasters Of Painted White Wares (Auto Detected Subject))
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23 Feb 2004