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Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 87   1972 page 140

Rochester East Gate, 1969. By A. C. Harrison, B.A., F.S.A.


Fig 13 Samian Ware ()

facing backward, the stamp of the potter PECVLIARIS, on Form 33; (ii SECVN(    ) on Form 33, of the Central Gaulish potter SECVNDINVS; (iii) MAMMI, on Form 33, of the Central Gaulish potter MAMMIVS, working in the Antonine period; (iv) SVOBNEDOF, of SVOBNEDVS, on Form 33; (v) (     )BRILLVS, on Form 33, of the potter GABRILLVS; and (vi) MATERNlN, of the late-Antonine potter MATERNINVS, on Form 33.
   (b)
Decorated forms. The decorated vessels were exclusively of Forms 29 or 37: Form 30 was entirely absent. The greatest number of them were too fragmentary to require illustration or were represented by remnants of ovolos alone.
   1. Form 37. Central Gaulish, in the style of SACER, with his ovolo no. 4 (J. A. Stanfield and Grace Simpson,
Central Gaulish Potters, Oxford, 1958, fig. 22, p. 163; hereafter abbreviated to CGP), over a

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