Willis, S., Lyons, A., Popescu, E. Shepherd. and Roberts, J. (2008). Late Iron Age/Early Roman Pottery Kilns at Blackhorse Lane, Swavesey, 1998-99. Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 97. Vol 97, pp. 53-76. https://doi.org/10.5284/1073385. Cite this via datacite

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Late Iron Age/Early Roman Pottery Kilns at Blackhorse Lane, Swavesey, 1998-99
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society 97
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Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society
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97
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236
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53 - 76
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PCAS_XCVII_2008_053-076_Willisetal.pdf (6 MB) : Download
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Excavations revealed evidence for pottery manufacture consisting of one or possibly two kilns, as well as kiln debris and pottery. Contemporary features included a probable cremation burial, ditches and the remnants of a possible roundhouse. These features are considered to suggest the presence of a craft/ industrial area on the western edge of the fen island. The pottery is argued to be of particular importance since most of it occurred in stratified settlement-related contexts, and makes a significant addition to the growing corpus of later Iron Age and transitional material from Cambridgeshire. The assemblage includes numerous relatively complicated forms, with a high proportion of well-executed handmade items. The typology of the pottery assemblage displays both traditional and changing elements, considered to reflect wider developments in society at this time.
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Steven Willis
Alice Lyons
Elizabeth Shepherd Popescu
Judith Roberts
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2008
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Craft Industrial (Auto Detected Subject)
Kilns (Auto Detected Subject)
Kiln Debris (Auto Detected Subject)
Late Iron Age (MIDAS)
Pottery (Auto Detected Subject)
Roundhouse (Auto Detected Subject)
Pottery Kilns (Auto Detected Subject)
Iron Age (MIDAS)
Cremation Burial Ditches (Auto Detected Subject)
Roman (MIDAS)
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12 Apr 2010