Journal of Roman Pottery Studies - Vol 18 [Paperback]

Steven Willis (Editor)

ISBN: 9781789255874 | Published by: Oxbow Books | Series: Journal of Roman Pottery Studies | Volume: 18 | Year of Publication: 2021 | Language: English 208p, H297 x W210 (mm) B/w and colour

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Journal of Roman Pottery Studies - Vol 18


The Journal of Roman Pottery Studies continues to present a range of important new research in the field by both established and early career scholars. Volume XVIII has a strong theme on pottery production with papers on kiln sites, mortaria and late Roman pottery production in East Anglia and at a small town in Belgium. A major new third century assemblage from civitas Cananefatium in South Holland is presented. The second part of an important gazetteer of less common samian ware fabrics and types in northern and western Britain covers fabrics from Central and East Gaul.

Table of Contents

Editorial Board
Contributors to this Journal
1. Mortaria production at Pentney, in the Lower Nar Valley, West Norfolk
Michael de Bootman and Alice Lyons with Patrick Quinn
2. Late Roman pottery production at Gunvil Hall Farm, Wymondham, Norfolk
Alice Lyons and Graeme Clarke with contributions by Ted Levermore and Patrick Quinn
3. Early Roman pottery production at Pine Dell, Capel St Mary, Suffolk
Stephen Benfield and John Newman with Dana Challinor and Val Fryer
4. Reconstructing second century AD production technology at the Roman small town of Grobbendonk, Belgium: a preliminary study using thin section petrography
Barbara Borgers
5. A Late Iron Age and Roman pottery assemblage from Bartons Road, Havant, Hampshire
Jane Timby with Dominic McAtominey
6. Pottery on Mars. A third century settlement at Trade Parc Westland, the Netherlands
Roderick C.A. Geerts
7. A gazetteer of the incidence of less common samian ware fabrics and products in northern and western Britain. Part 2: ‘early Lezoux’ and ‘black samian’ wares from Central Gaul
Margaret Ward
8. Ad hoc accessories for Roman ceramic vessels: a note on modified vessel bases and worked ceramic and stone discs
Cameron Moffett
9. An exploration of the distribution of relief-patterned tiles in Roman Britain158Peter Warry
10. Reviews
Résumés (Abstracts in French) translated by Sophie Chavarria
Zusammenfassungen (Abstracts in German) translated by Franziska Dövener

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