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Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol.
126 2006 page 366
Iron-Age/Early Roman site at Bredgar, near Sittingbourne.
By Damien C. Boden
TABLE 3. QUANTIFICATION OF
FROM SOIL LAYERS 123 AND 124 (PHASE 7)
For each fabric, the following information is
sherd count/weight in grams/EVEs value.
Disregarding a small number of deposits yielding only a few
sherds of chronologically undiagnostic sandyware sherds, only
one other feature produced pottery which could be confidently
assigned a later Roman date. Context , a fill of pit 297,
contained a sherd of LR11. It probably represents a flask or
flagon and dates from the mid third to fourth century, although
it might be as early as the late second.
Fig. 10 Second-century Roman pottery
from Ditch F100, context 156: this
material has been selected to supplement the range of forms
illustrated from the
Groups discussed above. No. 29: R14. Nos. 30-31: R73. (1:4).
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