below. However, as most of these are standard types obtaining
during the Romano-British period, no parallels are quoted.
sandy fabric with brown core, burnished externally; a bowl often
found in second-century A.D. contexts, though it may have
originated rather earlier.
2. Black sandy fabric and paste, with horizontal
combed decoration, a type common in first-century A.D. layers
though surviving much later.
3. Black fine sandy fabric, grey paste, with
burnishing on the shoulder; this is clearly from an S-profile
bowl, fully documented in the second century A.D.
4. Black sandy fabric, with brown core; probably
late in the second century A.D.
5. Black sandy fabric, brown core, burnished
externally; typologically, this bowl comes early in the
S-profile series, perhaps dating from the last quarter of the
first century A.D.
6. Red sandy fabric, grey core; burnished
externally on rim and base.
7. Brown fabric and core; burnished externally.
8. Buff sandy fabric and core; a type obtaining
from late first-century A.D. contexts onward.
9. Red fabric, grey core; buff slip externally,
fabric and core, burnished rim, with horizontal rilling.
11. Black fabric and core, burnished externally;
like no. 5, above, this is a vessel in the series from which
S-profile bowls devolved and may be dated from c.
12. Grey fabric and core, burnished exterior with
rouletted decoration; a type quite current in the second century
A.D. and later.
13. Grey fabric and core; fairly common in
14. Black gritty fabric, burnished inside and
outside; likely to be a first-century type continuing into later
15. Brown fabric, grey core, burnished externally
and internally; a shallow platter imitating true terra
and datable to the late first century A.D.
16. 'Poppy-head' beaker in grey fabric;
second century A.D.
17. Storage jar in red fabric and grey core; very
common in the second century A.D.
18. Black gritty fabric and core, recessed for lid;
second century A.D.
brown fabric and core, burnished body;
another of the
series common in the second century A.D.
fabric, grey paste; a bowl with a narrow neck abundantly
21. Dish in black burnished ware, fully
second-century A.D. date.