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The Roman Pottery of Kent
by Dr Richard J. Pollard  -  Appendix 3  page 219
Doctoral thesis completed in 1982, published 1988

The Fabrics: Corpora of known examples within the Main Study Area

I.       Fine Wares continued and   II   Coarse Wares

        Tyers, unpublished archive: 'bowl rim', Ditch F7). 212 (ibid., Type P24: Young 1977a). 223 (ibid., Types P24, 34:
        Young 1977a). 228 (ibid., Types P9, 23, 24: Young 1977a). 240 (ibid., Type P24: Young 1977a).
Ickham (ibid., 
       
Type P24: Young 1977a).

17.   'Pevensey' colour-coat. Sites: 44. 80. 82 (Young 1980). 115. 202 (Green 1977, 158-9). 232 (Green 1978a, no. 34).
         236 (Fulford 1978b).

18.      'Pompeian Red' wares. Sites: 15 (Peacock 1977c, Fabrics 3 and 6). 31 (ibid., Fabric 7). 63 (ibid., Fabric 7) 88 (ibid.,
       
Fabrics 1, 3, 4, 6, 7 and unclassified: Peacock 1977c). 89 (ibid., Fabric 1). 223 (ibid., Fabrics 1 and
3: Peacock 
        1977c). 240 (ibid., Fabrics 1 and 3: Bird et al. 1978b, nos. 596 and 595).

20A.   South Gaulish samian (pre-Flavian). Sites: 12 (mis-located as 76 on Fig. 19). 15 (e.g. Bird 1981c, forthcoming).
           27 (Dickinson, in Pollard forthcoming, b). 38 (Bird, in Pollard forthcoming, c). 63 (Meates
1979,119). 88 (e.g.
           Cunliffe 1968). 89. 97.108. 202 (Bell 1977). 208 (Detsicas 1977a, 29). 209 (Gentry etal.
1977). 212 (Meates 1973).
           216 (Money 1968, 192). 220 (Piercy-Fox 1955). 223 (e.g. Chapman and Johnson
1973). 240 (Bird and Marsh 1978b).
            246 (Whiting 1927a).

20B.   South Gaulish colour-coat. Site: 88 (Greene 1979a, fig. 21.3; Bushe-Fox 1932, PI.XXVI, no. 7). 
21.   Spanish colour-coat. Sites: 88 (Greene 1979a, fig. 31, nos. 4, 5, 8,10,12,13). 223 (ibid., fig. 31, nos. 1,15).
22.    
'Staines' lead-glazed. Sites: 8. 12. 63. 69 (Arthur 1978). 88. 97 (ibid.,) 107. 209 (ibid.,) 210 (ibid.,) 212 (ibid.,)
       
223 (ibid.,) 240 (ibid.,) Plaxtol, Kent (ibid.). Shoebury, Essex (ibid.,).

24A.   Butt-beakers and wide-mouth pedestal urns with fine-combed motifs. Sites (Fig. 27): 9C (Anon. 1924).
            15 (Pollard 1981b, no. 1). 30A (Dale 1971, no. 1). 83 (Dowker 1893, no. 2). 86 (Couchman 1924, 54, right).
            88 (Cunliffe 1968, no. 541). 225 (Whiting 1924, fig. 1, Group B, left). 24C.
24C.  
Painted 'Upchurch' ware. Sites: 15. 24. 42. 43. 67. 84. 88. 89. 97.

25.   West Kent red burnished. Sites: 17. 78 (e.g. Pearce 1930,163, nos. D31, D43). 101 (Isolation Hospital site:
        Godwin 1931, site 2).
26.      Rough-cast wares (excluding pre-Flavian and Lower Rhineland white ware fabrics): this category includes
        material of possible Colchester and North Gaulish sources, fabrics 4B and ISA. Sites: 9A. 9C. 12. 15. 31. 38. 41.
        44. 46. 63. 65. 67. 76. 78. 80. 84. 88. 89. 97. 98. 202 (Green 1977, no. 38d). 209 (P. Tyers
unpublished archive,
         Pit F.43). 223 (Tatton-Brown 1974, no. 144). 226 (Green 1976, 274 Group V, and
no. 240). 240 (Bird et al. 1978b, 
         no. 237).

II.    Coarse Wares
1A.   Alice Holt grey ware: first to early second centuries. Sites: 15 (Lyne and Jefferies 1979, Class 4.9). 19 (ibid., Classes
         1.6, 4.11/15-17). 49 (ibid., Class 4.9). 210 (ibid.). 215 (ibid., Class 1.13, ?Alice Holt: Philp 1973,
no. 242). 233 (ibid.).
        
228 (ibid., Class 1.9: Mclsaac et al., 1979, fig. 27, no. 1). 240 (ibid., Classes 1.12-23,
4.4-34, 5.1-11: Tyers and Marsh
         1978, respectively Classes IIC 2/IID 1-2/IIG1, IIA 12-13, IVK). 249
(ibid., Classes 1.5, 1.6, 1.13, 1.22, 4.16/24, ?Alice
         Holt: Philp 1973, respectively nos. 159; 162-163, 175,
177, 179; 178; 176; 170). For other sites on Fig. 37, see Lyne and
         Jefferies 1979.

1B.   Alice Holt-Farnham grey ware: third century and later. Sites: 1 (Lyne and Jefferies 1979, Classes 3B. 10/14, 5B.4/9).
         3 (ibid., Classes 3B.11/13, 6A.12/13, 8.12). 7 (ibid., Classes 3B.13, 3C.3, 4.40/41, 5B.8, 5C.2).
9A(body sherd). 15 (ibid.,
       
Classes 1.35, 1C.3/5, 3B11/14, storage jar, 5B.5, 8.10/14; see also Pollard
forthcoming, d). 17 (ibid., Classes 1.28/31, 1A.
       18, IB.5/6, 3B.8/9, 3B.10/14, 4.40/41, 5B.5/9, 5B 10, 5C.2,
6A.8/10, 6C.1, 8.10/14). 23 (ibid., Classes 1A.16/19, storage jar,
        5B.8, 10.1/3). 25 (ibid., Classes 1.32, 3B.10/14, 1.32, 5B.9, 5E.2/3). 35A (ibid., Class 5B.10, ?Alice Holt: Philp 1968, no.
        239). 44 (ibid., storage
jar, and Class 3B.10). 46 (ibid., storage jar). 53 (ibid., Class 5B.9). 55 (ibid., Class 5C). 58 (ibid.,
       
Classes 3B. 10/14, 5B.9, 5B.10). 63 (ibid., Classes 1.32, 1.33, 1.36, 1A.15, 1A.20, 1B.2, 1C.2, 1C.6, 3A.19/20, 3B.10/14,
        4.44, 4.45, SB.5/9, 5B.10, 5C.2, 5C.3, 6A.6, 6A.8/10, 6C.1, 6C.2, 8.11/14). 65 (ibid.,
Classes 1.33, 3B.9, 3B.10/14, storage
        jar). 69 (ibid., Class 8.12). 74 (ibid., Classes 3B.10/14, 4.42/44: ibid.).
76 (ibid., Classes 3B.11, 8.12). 78 (ibid., Classes
       3B.11, 5B.9). 80 (ibid., Classes 1.30, 1.34, 1A.16/19,
1C.3/5,1C.6, 3B.10/14, 4.42/44, 5B.5/9, 6A.8/10, 8.11/14, 8.12,10.1/3).
       82 (ibid., Classes 1A.16/19 or IB.3,
3B.10/14). 88 (ibid., Classes 1A.16/19, 1C.3/5, 1C.6, 3B.10/14, 4.42/44, 4.45, 5B.9, 5B.
       10, 6A.9, 8.10,
8.11/14, 8.12). 89 (ibid., Classes 1.33, 1B.4/6?, 1C.6, 3B.8/9, 3C.5, 5B.9, 5B.10, 6A.12, 6C.1, 8.11/14?). 91 
       (ibid.,
Class 3B.11/13: ibid.). 93 (ibid., Classes 3B.11, 8.12). 96 (ibid., Class 4.42). 97 (ibid.,
Classes 1.29/30, 1A.11,
        1A.16, 1C.5, 3B.8/9, 3B.10/14, 3C.2, 3C.3/7, 3C.8, 4.41/43, 5B.8/9, 5B.10,

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