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     Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 10  1876  page 180

Remains of Roman Internments from East Hill, near Sittingbourne

By George Payne, jun

3 1/8 inches in height, and not dissimilar in shape to the small globular urn in the first group (4).
The third and last vessel was of jug-shape and of red ware.
   No more discoveries were made until 7 March, 1872, when the workmen came upon the remains of other interments fifty yards south-east of the relics already described. These consisted of sixteen specimens of pottery, arranged in groups from two to three feet in rear of each other.
The first group consisted of a small black urn, 3 1/2 inches high, with a cup and patera of Samian (1) ware on its right.
   In the second were four urn-shaped vessels, one being yellow and three black, which were unfortunately broken. The next vessels were placed 

in two lines, from north to south. In the first line were, first, a small black urn (2), 3 inches high; then, thirteen feet to the right of this, a vessel of black ware, 13 inches in circumference, and 2 1/4 inches high, with a neck 1 1/2 inch high and 3/8 ths of an inch in diameter. On the north and on the south side a small urn of blue-black pottery, 3 inches high, and

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