Grog-tempered 'Belgic' Pottery of South-eastern England
By Isobel Thompson
Originally published as BAR British
Series 108 1982 (now out of print)
The B.A.R Vol. Grog-tempered 'Belgic' Pottery of South-eastern England
by Isobel Thompson has been long out of print and secondhand copies
are very rarely for sale. Many pottery specialists still use it and often
refer to it in their pottery reports. Dr Isobel Thompson has very
kindly provided a copy of her book to allow it to be scanned and put
up on the Kent Archaeological Society's website so that it can be
accessed and used for free. July 2015.
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Section C Jars, 'Coarse Wares'
Cl-1 substantially whole bead-rimmed jars.
Cl-2 rims of rounded jars with bead rims.
Cl-3 wide-rimmed straight-sided jars with bead
Cl-4 bead-rims with prominent internal rim
C2-1 large plain everted-rim jars, substantially complete.
C2-2 small plain everted-rim jars, substantially complete.
C2-3 plain everted-rim jars, rims only.
C3 plain jars with no true
external rim, but usually internal thickening.
C4 round-shouldered jars, often
with some decoration on shoulder, with
inset below slightly everted or bead rim.
C5-1 lid-seated jars, plain.
C5-2 lid-seated jars with slashed rim.
C5-3 globular jars with dished rims and usually rilling around girth.
C6-1 storage jars, ordinary.
C6-2 globular romanised storage jars with slashed shoulder.
C7-1 rilled jars, ordinary, with everted rims.
C7-2 rilled jars, miniatures.
C7-3 rilled jars, very wide-mouthed, often bead rims.
C7-4 wide-mouthed rilled bowls, everted rims.
C8-1 smallish jars with shoulder and everted rim, and rilled, combed,
below stabbing on shoulder.
C3 forms with stabbing on shoulder.
D1-1 bowls with offset neck, and often one
D1-2 D1 with exaggerated neck.
D1-3 D1 with girth groove.
D1-4 wide-mouthed bowls.
D1-5 plain necked bowls without true defined
offset or cordon.
D2-1 bowl version of B3-1, cordoned.
D2-2 very large cordoned bowls.
D2-3 squat bowls with deep vertical neck
above globular body, neck cordoned
D2-4 round bowls with rippled shoulder.
D2-5 (deep) bowls with cordons around widest
part of body.
D3-1 plain round bowls.
D3-2 globular groove-rimmed bowls.
D3-3 plain lidded bowls or barrels.
D3-4 elaborate lidded bowls or barrels.
D3-5 corrugated conical bowls.
Section E Cups
carinated cup with one cordon constricting waist.
wide-mouthed cups/bowls with multiple cordons.
carinated cups, cordoned, unconstricted wall above carination.
E1-5 complicated elaborate cordoned cups.
wide-mouthed cups, still related to carinated cups.
wide-mouthed cups, rounded profile, cordoned and/or corrugated body;
not reminiscent of the carinated cups.
wide-mouthed cups, rounded profile, rippled on shoulder.
E2-4 small squat
wide-mouthed rounded cups with omphalos base.
wide-mouthed everted-rim cups, usually one shoulder cordon.
everted-rim cups with exaggerated neck above offset.
E3-3 E3-1 with
E3-4 squat plain
everted-rim cups without offset.
narrow-mouthed everted-rim cups with offset.
E3-6 small true
flasks with high narrow neck.
E3-7 cups with
tall cordoned necks.
Section F Pedestalled Jars, Bowls and Cups
plain bowls with everted rim and offset neck.
round jars, plain and without offset.
F2 pedestalled bowls, squat and elaborately
pedestalled bowls, plain.
version of the carinated cup E1-1.
F3-3 very large
curving version of F3-2.
version of El-2.
F3-5 tall narrow
cordoned pedestalled beakers.
F4 small pedestalled bowls with splayed
F5 pedestal bases that are not from
Section G Copies of Gallo-Belgic and Roman imported forms
G1-1 Cam.21. Copies Gallo-Belgic form
G1-2 Cam.22. Copies Gallo-Belgic form Cam.2.
G1-3 Cam.21 with a bead rim.
G1-4 copies of the Gallo-Belgic form Cam.4.
G1-5 Cam.23. Copies the Gallo-Belgic form
G1-6 Cam.24. Copies the Gallo-Belgic form
G1-7 Cam.26. Copies the Gallo-Belgic form
G1-8 Cam.27. Copies the Gallo-Belgic form
G1-9 Cam.28. Copies the Gallo-Belgic form
G1-10 Cam.30. Copies the Gallo-Belgic form Cam. 16.
G1-11 Cam.31, native platter with straight wall.
G1-12 Cam.32, native platter with slightly moulded wall.
G1-13 native platters not related to the Cam. series.
G2: bowl forms, rounded and angular.
G2-1 plain round wide-mouthed bowls, with bead
G2-2 plain shallow wide-mouthed bowls.
G2-3 rounded wide-mouthed bowl with flanged rim.
G2-4 wide carinated bowls.
G2-5 biconical carinated bowls with everted rim.
G2-6 angular shallow bowls with exaggerated reeded
G3: cup forms.
G3-1 copies of the Gallo-Belgic form Cam.56.
G3-2 copies of carinated Gallo-Belgic and Roman
G3-3 copies of Gallo-Belgic pedestalled beakers.
G3-4 copies of Gallo-Belgic rounded cup forms.
G4: girth beakers.
G5-1 plain barrel shape.
G5-2 rouletted/decorated barrel shape.
G5-4 plain with offset neck.
G5-5 decorated with offset neck.
G5-6 rims and fragments.
G6: jug copies.
Section L Lids
LI high bell-shaped lids, slightly turned-out rim.
L2 high bell-shaped lids, rim not turned out.
L3 high carinated lids.
L4 elaborate native lids with hollow knob and flanged rim.
L5 lids with grooved and cordoned vertical rim.
L6 plain conical lids, no differentiated rim.
L7 conical lids, inturned or vertical rim.
L8 conical lids, out-turned rim.
L9 very shallow out-turned conical lids.
and flanged native lids.
Section S Miscellaneous
S2 tripod vessels
S3 omphalos bowls and jars with curvilinear decoration
S4 strainer-spouted bowl
S6 globular storage vessels of continental form
S7 unique forms