Cracknell, S., Jones, M. and et 2 al. (1989). Medieval kiln debris from School Road, Alcester. Birmingham Warwickshire Archaeol Soc Trans 94. Vol 94, pp. 107-122.

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Medieval kiln debris from School Road, Alcester
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Birmingham Warwickshire Archaeol Soc Trans 94
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Birmingham & Warwickshire Archaeological Society Transactions
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94
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107 - 122
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Describes a dump of 12th/13th pottery wasters and firebars; forms were mainly cooking pots in coarse sandy fabric with clay pellet temper. The possible relationship of the dump to the abbey and town is considered. An early occurrence of rivet wheat is noted. Au(adp)
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Stephen Cracknell
Martin Jones
et 2 al
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1989
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Medieval (Auto Detected Temporal)
Rivet Wheat (Auto Detected Subject))
Kiln Debris (Auto Detected Subject))
Abbey (Auto Detected Subject))
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Cooking Pots (Auto Detected Subject))
Pottery (Auto Detected Subject))
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05 Dec 2008