comparable with Canterbury,
1954 (see above), no. 14. Marks of vertical finger-tip
smoothing on shoulder.
6. Hard grey sandy ware, fired to brown on surface.
7. Grey ware, heavily filled with finely crushed
shell. Brownish on outer face. Probably to be equated with Mr.
Rigold's early shelly wares of c. 1100 from Eynsford/Lullingstone
area (Arch. Cant., lxxxvi (1971), 151, fig. 12, especially
Group III. Pit M3. Rim-forms
and ware indicate a twelfth-century date.
8. Heavy plain rim with particles of coarse shell.
Grey, reddish on outer face.
9. Shallow cooking pot of grey ware with considerable
content of fine shell.
10. Grey sandy ware with no shell.
Group IV. Pit M5.
11. Same class of vessel as no. 1 above. Dark grey
ware with coarse shell.
12-13. Identical wares: grey, fired to reddish on
surface. Much coarse shell. Possibly in same class as the Eynsford
Castle twelfth-century Phase X(c) ware (Arch. Cant, lxxxvi