Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 10 1876 page 182
Remains of Roman
Internments from East Hill, near Sittingbourne
By George Payne, jun
coloured black. With it was a Samian cup (8), and a vessel of red ware, of a
similar pattern to the modern water bottle frequently seen upoft sideboards.
The two large vessels (9 and 10) were found together, near the
above-mentioned specimens; fig. 9 is of drab colour, its circumference being
39 inches; fig. 10 measures 12 inches in height, 5 1/2 inches in diameter at
its mouth, and 2 feet 5 inches in circumference at its widest part; it
appears upside down in the engraving.
termed "falling," and the huge masses of earth, as they are
precipitated into the truck below, carry with them many interesting
objects, which are crushed in the fall.
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