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The Roman Pottery of Kent
by Dr Richard J. Pollard  -  Appendix 1  page 203
Doctoral thesis completed in 1982, published 1988

APPENDIX 1

THE SITES (Figs. 2-9)

Data listed in the following order:
1 = site gazetteer number. Abridge site location (modern). 
Essex county, if not in Kent. 
TO 474978 - 4 - or 6 - figure National Grid Reference (c. = approximate or general location). 
V site type, following system described in Chapter 2. III. L14 period of occupation, 
A.D. unless stated otherwise.
* Followed by publication references and (197880) location of material where known. 
The following abbreviations for institutions holding pottery have been used:

BM
BtM
BEM
CM
ChM
CAT
DM
DOE
FM
GM
KARU
LM
MM
OM
P-CM
P-EM
RL
RM






















British Museum
Battle Museum
Bexley and Erith Museum
Canterbury Royal Museum
Chelmsford and Essex Museum
Canterbury Archaeological Trust
Dartford Museum
Department of Environment stores, Dover Castle
Folkestone Museum
Greenwich Museum
Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit, Dover Castle
Barbican House Museum, Lewes
Maidstone Museum
Orpington Museum
Powell-Cotton Museum, Birchington
Passmore-Edwards Museum, Stratford, London
Ramsgate Library
Rochester Museum

*E = early, M = middle, L = late, = first half, (etc.)

I. Sites studied at first-hand

1. Abridge, Essex TQ 474978 V L14 Wilkinson 1977 P-EM.
2. Allington c. TO 738578 VIII L1BC-M1+2. Thompson 1978; 1982, 5789 MM.
3. Arlington, Chilver Bridge, East Sussex c. TQ 535065 VII M24 Holden 1979 (note) LM.
4. Aylesford c. TO 7359 IX 12 Jessup and Taylor 1932 MM.
5. Bayford c. TQ 913639 IX L131E4 Payne 1886 BM.
6. Bearsted, Crismill Farm TQ 8055 IX M12 Whiting 1927c MM.
7. Bexley TQ 510744 Ill/Vu L3M4 Tester 1963 BEM.
8. Billericay, Essex c. TQ 6793 VIII; XI 1BC-1, L24; L2E3 Goodburn 1978,  Myres et al. 1974 5.
                                                                                                                     Weller, Billericay.

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