African Red Slip:
Various, very rare;
Chapter 4.V.1 Bird 1977.
Fourth century; throughout; Chapter 4.V.1 Fulford 1977a.
Lead-glazed: pre-Flavian; throughout; Chapter 4.1.1 Greene 1973, 1978b,
‘Lezoux’ rough-cast: pre-Flavian; high-status sites mainly, very
Chapter 4.1.1 Greene 1973, 1979a.
Colour-coated white ware with barbotine motifs: late first to early second
rare, mainly urban, overall; Chapter 4.11.1 Greene 1978a.
Samian: late first century — very rare, urban; second to early third
—overall; Chapter 4.11.1, 111.1 Hartley 1969, 1972; Johns
‘Rhenish’ black slip: second half second century; throughout; Chapter
Brewster 1972; Greene 1978a.
Rough-cast, pre-Flavian; Essex. Greene 1978a.
Miscellaneous, mid-second to mid-third century floruit; Kent, Essex,
area; Chapter 4.111.1, IV.1 Hull 1963; Orton 1977b. Fig. 39 here depicts
sites with the brown fabric only, as paler fabrics can be confused with
contemporary Nene Valley
‘Lower Rhine’ pre-Flavian rough-cast: pre-Flavian; very high-status
sites Greene 1979a.
‘Lower Rhine’ colour-coat: late first to mid/late second century (roughcast),
mid-second to early third (barbotine, rouletted); mainly urban late first,
throughout in second and third; Chapter 4.11.1, 111.1. Anderson 1980 Lower
Rhine Fabric 1; Greene 1978c.
Samian: early second to mid-third century; throughout in second, thirdcentury
distribution unclear; Chapter 4.111.1, IV.1 Hartley 1969; Johns 1971; Greene
Trier ‘Rhenish’ black slip (Moselkeramik): early to mid-third
century; throughout, possibly mainly urban and villas; Chapter 4.IV. 1
Greene 1978a, 1978c.
Mottled colour-coat: third to early fourth century; mainly Kent and London;
Chapter 4.IV.1 Bird 1981, 1982a; Bird and Williams 1983. Fine cream-buff
fabric containing large inclusions of pale-brown clay, sparse;