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The Roman Pottery of Kent
by Dr Richard J. Pollard  -  Chapter 5  pages 173-180
Doctoral thesis completed in 1982, published 1988


CHAPTER 5:
The Production of Pottery in Kent: History

   I.      Introduction

   II.     The pottery industry of north Kent: Thameside, the Cliffe peninsula and
                    the Medway marshes
           1. Background 
           2. Origins 
           3. Developments in the second century
           4. Diversification and decline: from the late second century onwards

   III.    The Canterbury pottery industry 
           1. Introduction
           2. Origins
           3. Expansion and standardisation: the Flavian to early Antonine period .
           4. The decline of the Canterbury industry in the second half of the second century  . .

   IV.   Other production sites
           1. Known kilns 
           2. Sites suggested by wasters
           3. Areas of production suggested by distributions of wares




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