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The Roman Pottery of Kent
by Dr Richard J. Pollard  -  Chapter 6  pages 181-196
Doctoral thesis completed in 1982, published 1988


CHAPTER 6
: The Production of Pottery in Kent: Aspects of Organisation

   I.      Modes of production 

   II.     Household production 

   III.    Household industries 
            1. Known kilns 
            2. Postulated household industries: regional traders 

   IV.    Individual workshops 
            1. Kiln sites within nucleations 
            2. Isolated kiln sites 

   V.     Nucleated workshops 
            1. The Thames-Medway Industry 
            2. Canterbury 

   VI.    Estate production 
            1. Otford 
            2. Eccles 
            3. Other estates 

   VII.   Relationships between potteries in Kent and beyond: 
                         stylistic considerations

   VIII. The migration of potters: itinerancy and single movements . .

   IX.    The association of pottery production with other industries . .
            1. Brick and tile manufacture
            2. The salt industry 
            3. Other industries 

   X.     Relationships between producer and consumer 




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