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The Roman Pottery of Kent
by Dr Richard J. Pollard  -  Page xix
Doctoral thesis completed in 1982, published 1988

BIBLIOGRAPHY -  Cotton & Richardson 1949 to Dore & Green 1977

Cotton and Richardson 1949

Couchman 1924
Couchman 1925

Cunliffe 1965

Cunliffe 1968

Cunliffe 1971

Cunliffe 1973
Cunliffe 1977

Cunliffe 1978
Cunliffe 1980
Cunliffe and Rowley 1976

Cunliffe and Rowley 1978

Dale 1971
Dannell 1973
Dannell 1979

Darling 1977

Day 1980

Detsicas 1966

Detsicas 1967

Detsicas 1973

Detsicas 1974

Detsicas 1975

Detsicas 1976

Detsicas 1977a

Detsicas 1977b

Detsicas 1983
Doran and Hodson 1975

Dore and Greene 1977

M.A. Cotton and K.M. Richardson, ‘A Romano-British Cremation Cemetery
   at Stone, Kent’, Arch. J., cvi (1949), 46—50.
J.E. Couchman, ‘Recent Discoveries at Ramsgate’, Antiq. J., iv (1924), 53—4.
J.E. Couchman, ‘A Roman Cemetery at Hassocks’, Sussex Arch. Coll., 
   lxvi (1925), 34—61.
B.W. Cunliffe, ‘The Pottery’, in F.A. Hastings, ‘Excavation of an Iron Age Farmstead at
   Hawks Hill, Leatherhead’, Surrey Arch. Coil., lxii (1965), 13—39.
(Ed.) B.W. Cunliffe, Fifth Report on the Excavation of the Roman Fort at Richborough,
Soc. Antiq. Res. Reps., xxiii, Oxford, 1968.
B.W. Cunliffe, Excavations at Fishbourne 1961—1 969, Volume II: The Finds,
Soc. Antiq. Res. Reps., xxvii, London, 1971.
B.W. Cunliffe, The Regni, London, 1973.
B.W. Cunliffe, ‘The Saxon Shore — Some Problems and Misconceptions’, in
   Johnston 1977, 1—6.
B.W. Cunliffe, Iron Age Communities in Britain, 2nd edition, London, 1978.
B.W. Cunliffe, ‘Excavations at the Roman Fort at Lympne’, Britannia,xi (1980), 227—88.
(Eds.) B.W. Cunliffe and T. Rowley, Oppida in barbarian Europe, BAR(I), no. 11, 
   Oxford, 1976.
(Eds.) B.W. Cunliffe and T. Rowley, Lowland Iron Age Communities in Europe, 
   BAR(I), no. 48, Oxford, 1978.
L.C. Dale, ‘Belgic and Roman Pottery from Dartford’, Arch. Cant., lxxxvi (1971), 210-15.
G.B. Dannell, ‘The Potter Indixivixus’, in Detsicas 1973, 139—42.
G.B. Dannell, ‘Eating and drinking in pre-Conquest Britain’, in Burnham and Johnson
   1979, 177—84.
M.J. Darling, ‘Pottery from early military Sites in western Britain’, in Dore and
   Greene 1977, 57—100.
M. Day, ‘The Roman Period in the Parishes of St. Martin and St. Paul’, in (Ed.)
   M. Sparks, The Parish of St. Martin and St. Paul: Historical Essays in Memory
   of James Hobbs,
Canterbury, 1980, 5—11.
A.P. Detsicas, ‘An Iron Age and Romano-British Site at Stone Castle Quarry,
   Greenhithe’, Arch. Cant., lxxxi (1966), 136—90.
A.P. Detsicas, ‘Excavations at Eccles, 1966: I. Fifth Interim Report. II. The
   Tilery’, Arch. Cant., lxxxii (1967), 162—78.
(Ed.) A.P. Detsicas, Current Research in Romano-British Coarse Pottery, CBA
   Res. Reps., no. 10, London, 1973.
A.P. Detsicas, ‘Excavations at Eccles, 1973: Twelfth Interim Report’, Arch. Cant., lxxxix
   (1974), 119—34.
A.P. Detsicas, ‘A Romano-British Building at Charing’, Arch. Cant.,
   xci (1975), 107—10.
A.P. Detsicas, ‘Excavations at Eccles: Fourteenth Interim Report’,
   Arch. Cant., xcii (1976), 157—64.
A.P. Detsicas, ‘First Century Pottery Manufacture at Eccles, Kent’, in Dore and
   Greene 1977, 19—36.
A.P. Detsicas, Review of (Ed.) D.P.S. Peacock, Pottery and early Commerce
[Peacock 1977f] Arch. Cant., xciii (1977), 237—40.
A.P. Detsicas, The Cantiaci, Gloucester, 1983.
J.E. Doran and F.R. Hodson, Mathematics and Computers in Archaeology,
Edinburgh, 1975.
(Eds.) J. Dore and K.T. Greene, Roman Pottery Studies in Britain and beyond,
   BAR(I), no. 30, Oxford, 1977.

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