20. South Gaulish
24. ‘Upchurch’ types:
25. West Kent red
Holt type’ grey
Parchment: A—C all mid-third to early fifth
centuries; throughout, but rare in Essex prior
to mid-fourth, and rare in Sussex after
mid-fourth; Chapter 4.IV.1, V.1. Young 1977a.
Fourth century; south-east Kent, Sussex, mainly east; Chapter
Fulford 1973a; Green 1977.
Mid-first to early third centuries; throughout; Chapter 4.1.1,
111.1. Peacock 1977c.
Mainly fourth century in Kent, possibly wider date-range in
Essex; Chapter 4.V.1, VI.
Rodwell 1970a; Gillam 1979.
Samian: mid- to late first century; throughout, though
pre-Flavian mainly high-status
sites; Chapter 4.1.1. Hartley 1960; Johns 1971.
Colour-coat: pre-Flavian; very rare, high-status sites. Greene
Late first to early second century; London area, Kent, Essex;
Chapter 4d1.1. Arthur 1978.
Mid-third to mid-fourth century; Canterbury; Chapter 4.IV.1;
Green 1981, forthcoming.
Reduced: late first to early fourth century in Kent, second to
early third in south Essex
and Weald(?); Chapter 5.11. A variety of
grey, grey-brown and black wares without
temper, often micaceous with a high iron ore
content. Exterior surfaces (closed forms)
or all surfaces (open forms) may be burnished to
a high gloss, or slipped grey or black.
Difficult, if not impossible, to distinguish in
the hand from fine ware 10.B (above).
Monaghan 1982, 1983, 1987. Fig. 41, 119—135;
Fig. 42, 143, 145—146, 148—153;
Fig. 43, 154; Fig. 44, 170—175.
Oxidised: late first to late third or early fourth century;
Kent; Chapters 4.11.1, 111.1; 5.11.
Oxidised version of 24A (above), ranging from
pink through red to orange, often with
a reduced core. Fig. 42, 136—137, 147; Fig. 43,
158—166; Fig. 44, 167—169.
Painted: late first to early second century; north Kent;
Chapter 4.11.1. Fabric as 24B, with
cream paint decoration, or cream-slipped with red
paint decoration. Fig. 42, 138—142.
to late-second/early third century; Kent;. Chapter 4.1.1,
111.1. Fig. 43, 155—157.
late third to fourth century? west Kent, mainly Darent valley;
Late first to early second century, Surrey, London, north-west
Kent mainly; late third to
early fifth century, throughout but rare in
Essex; Chapter 4.11.2, IV.2, V.2. Lyne and
Jefferies 1979; Millett 1979; Orton 1977b; Tyers
and Marsh 1978. Fig. 29, 97—99.
Fourth century; mid- and east Kent; Chapter 4.V.3.
Dorset: early Hadrianic — London area, occasionally
elsewhere on high-status sites;
late second to mid-fourth century — throughout;
Chapter 4.111.2, 4.IV, 4.V. Farrar
1973; Williams 1977. Fig. 29, 100—101.
‘East Kent’: very late third to mid-fourth century; east
Kent; Chapter 4.IV.3.
Hadrianic to the first half of the fourth century; mainly west