6. A L'éponge ware:
8. ‘Hardham’ ware:
9. ‘Highgate Wood’
sandy grey ware:
London area wares:
11. Lyon colour-coat:
12. Much Hadham:
13. Nene Valley:
14. New Forest:
15. North Gaulish wares:
16. Oxfordshire wares:
dark-brown through orange to buff ‘mottled’ slip, flagons. Can be given
white paint decoration.
Miscellaneous fine wares: third and fourth centuries? Mainly Kent and
4.V.1 Green forthcoming. Fig. 53, 214 (Possibly Nene
Valley rather than East Coast).
Fourth century; throughout; Chapter 4.V.1. Fulford 1977a; Galliou et al. 1980.
Terra Nigra: Augustan to late first century; throughout; Chapter
4.1.1 Detsicas 1977a;
Rigby 1973, 1981.
Terra Rubra and colour-coats: Augustan to mid-first century;
throughout; Chapter 4.1.1.
Rigby 1973, 1981.
White wares: early to mid-first century; throughout; Chapter 4.1.1.
Late first to mid-second century?; Sussex, Surrey; Pollard 1983a, 269—70;
Early to mid-second century; mainly London area, in west Kent TrajanicHadrianic;
Chapter 4.11.2. Brown and Sheldon 1974; Orton 1977b; Tyers
1977a; Tyers and
Marsh 1979. Fig. 29, 95—96; Fig. 42, 144.
‘Ring-and-dot beakers’, buff ware: Flavian: mainly London area; Chapter
‘London’ grey ware: late first to early second century; London area?
Pollard 1983a, 262—73; Marsh and Tyers 1976; Marsh
Mica-dusted ware: (as 10.B).
‘Marbled’: late first to early second century; mainly London area;
Pollard 1983a, 262—73; Marsh 1978.
‘London-Essex’ stamped: late first to early second century; London area,
north-west Kent; Chapter 4.11.1; Philp 1980; Rodwell
‘Eggshell’ ware: (as 10.D).
Pre-Flavian; throughout, mainly high-status sites; Chapter 4.1.1. Greene
Oxidised ware: mid-third to fourth century; mainly London area, Essex,
Kent; Chapter 4.IV.1. Orton 1977b~
White-slip ware: early third century at Canterbury, one vessel, nowhere else
of Thames known; Chapter 4.IV.1.
Colour-coat: late second to early fifth century; throughout; Chapter
4.111.1, IV.1, V.1.
Hartley 1960; Dannell 1973; Howe et a!. 1980;
Orton 1977b. Fig. 39 here maps
white-ware beakers, which may include Rhinelanth imports
(Fabric 5A, barbotine,
White ware, painted: late second and third centuries? throughout? Howe et
Colour-coat: late third and fourth centuries; Sussex, east Kent (high-status
Chapter 4.V.1. Fulford 1975a, Fabric 1; Green
‘Parchment’: late third to fourth century; one example in Kent, at
forthcoming; Fulford 1975a, Fabrics 2a, 2b.
Colour-coat: late first to mid-second century; high-status sites at least;
Anderson 1980, North Gaul Fabric 1; Pollard 1981b; Green in
Blockley and Day
White ware (‘Gillam 42’): late second to early fourth century? Kent and
mainly; Chapter 4.IV.1. Oxidised vessels of identical form have
been found in
Canterbury (Green forthcoming) and London (Richardson and Tyers
1984) and are
known also on the Continent in North Gaul, mainly in the Somme
basin (J. Alain, J.
Barbieux, pers. comms.).