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The Roman Pottery of Kent
by Dr Richard J. Pollard  -  Appendix 4  page 228
Doctoral thesis completed in 1982, published 1988

APPENDIX 4: 

Key to Sources of Roman Pottery in Kent (Figs. 5468) .

II  British Sources (Figs. 62-68) continued

  8:   Southern Essex - coarse wares (including BB2?), mortaria(?)
  9:   Otford - flagons
10:   Alice Holt, Farnham, Tilford - coarse wares
11:   Staines (vicinity) - fine ware
12:   Much Hadham - fine ware (including mortaria), coarse ware(?)
13:   Highgate Wood (type-site) - fine ware
14:   London - fine wares, coarse ware(?)
15:   Greenhithe (vicinity) - coarse ware (BB2-derivatives)
16:   Richborough (vicinity) - coarse wares
17:   Poole Harbour - coarse ware (BB1)
18:   Verulamium - mortaria, coarse ware(?)
19:   Nene valley - fine wares, mortaria
20:   Maidstone (vicinity) - coarse ware
21:   The High Weald - coarse wares (including 'East Sussex Ware')
22:   West Surrey /West Sussex - mortaria
23:   Mancetter-Hartshill - mortaria
24:   New Forest - fine wares (including mortaria?)
25:   Oxfordshire - fine wares (including mortaria), mortaria
26:   Preston-near-Wingham - coarse ware
27:   Pevensey (vicinity) - fine ware (including mortaria)

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