Biddulph, E. (2002). One for the road?. Archaeol Cantiana 122. Vol 122, pp. 101-111.

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One for the road?
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Subtitle:
Providing food and drink for the final journey
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Archaeol Cantiana 122
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Archæologia Cantiana
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122
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101 - 111
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Argues that ceramics from burials are frequently assumed by the excavator to have functioned as containers for food and drink. This `pre-understanding' becomes embedded into classificatory and analytical processes and prevents new understandings from forming. Suggests that the methods by which ceramic vessels are examined are inappropriate for funerary contexts. Uses evidence primarily from burials in Kent.
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Edward Biddulph
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Year of Publication:
2002
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Subjects / Periods:
Pottery [General Analyses & Uses] (BIAB)
Interpretation [Of Archaeol Evidence] (BIAB)
Ceramics (Auto Detected Subject))
Burials (Auto Detected Subject))
Ceramic Vessels (Auto Detected Subject))
Funerary (Auto Detected Subject))
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30 Jul 2002