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Archaeologia Cantiana - Vol. 87   1972 page 144

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

Group I. Associated with Kiln A. This group bears comparison in forms with material from Canterbury, provisionally dated 1100-1150 (Arch. Cant., lxviii (1954), 131 and 132, fig. 17).
   1. Rim, probably of globular cooking pot. Cf. a vessel from Castle Street, Canterbury, figured in Med. Arch., iii (1959), 32, no. 1. Hard sandy grey ware.
   2. Similar to the last but darker in colour.
   3. Same ware as 1 and 2, with the addition of a very slight amount of shell.
   4. Sandy ware with small amount of shell. Grey, burnt to reddish-brown outside.

Group II. Associated with Kiln B and probably contemporary with Group I, though no. 6 may be a later intrusion.
   5. Cooking pot of grey ware with small amount of shell. Rim


Fig 15  Medieval Pottery.  Group V ()

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