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The Roman Pottery of Kent
by Dr Richard J. Pollard  -  Appendix 2  page 213
Doctoral thesis completed in 1982, published 1988


  The Fabrics: date-ranges; regions within study area; references to description and discussion

II.       Coarse Wares - continued and  III.  Mortaria

21.   ‘Richborough’ grey
           sandy ware:
22.   Miscellaneous Kent
           grey sandy wares:

23. Shelly wares:

24.  ‘Thanet’ buff fine sandy:
25.  ‘Tilford’ coarse grey
26.   Urmitzer(?) ware:

III. Mortaria

1.   Brockley Hill-Verulamium
        sandy wares:

2.   Canterbury oxidised
        sandy wares:
3.   ‘East Kent’ oxidised
4.   ‘East Sussex’ ware:
5.   Kent-south
          cream-buff ware:
6.   Mancetter-Hartshill:

7.   Much Hadham
         oxidised ware:
8.   Nene Valley buff ware:

9.   Oxfordshire wares:

10.   Rhineland wares
            (Kreis Düren):
11.   Southern Britain/North-
          east Gaul iron-free wares:









Late first to early second century? Richborough; Chapter 4.11.3. Fig. 29, 85—88.

West Kent, late first to early second century; Chapter 4.1.2, 11.2. Fig. 29, 89—94.

Lower Thames products; early second to fourth century; west and mid-Kent mainly;
   Chapter 4.111.2, IV.2, V.2, 5.11. Includes ware produced alongside BB2. Fig. 29, 90;
   Fig. 40, 107—109; Fig. 50, 192—193, 197—203; Forms nos. 194—196 (slipped) also
   in this ware.
Unprovenanced, east Kent; late second to mid-fourth century; Chapter 4.111.3, IV.3, 
   V.3. Pollard forthcoming, d.
West Kent, Surrey, Essex, London area: late first century B.C. to late first century A.D.,
   possibly later in Lea valley; Chapters 4.111, 4.1.2. Includes shell-and-sand-tempered
   ware. Fig. 12, 1—15.
‘Thames Estuary’ storage jars: mid-first to late second/early third century A.D.;
   east Surrey, London area, south Essex, west Kent plus outliers in Weald, east Kent
   (and North Sea coast). Fig. 12, 16.
‘Late Roman’: mainly late fourth to early fifth century in Kent, south Essex and London
   area; Chapter 4.V.2. Sanders. 1973; Orton 1977b; Drury 1976a. Fig. 53, 212—213.
Mid-first century A.D.?; Isle of Thanet mainly; Chapter 4.1.3.
Fourth century; distribution as ‘Portchester “D” ' (above); Chapter 4.V.2. 

Late second to mid-third centuries; Lullingstone; Chapter 4.111.2.

Late first to late second/early third century; throughout, particularly in late first
   and early second centuries, occasional later; Chapter 4.11, III. Castle 1972, 1976;
   Hartley 1982, Fabric 8.
Late first to third century; east and mid-Kent mainly,, rare in west Kent and London;
   Chapters 4.11.3, 111.3, IV.3, 5.111. Hartley 1982, Fabrics 2A, 2E. Fig. 28, 71.
Late second to third/early fourth century; east Kent mainly, rarely in west
   and mid-Kent; Chapter 4.111.3. Hartley 1982, Fabrics 2C, 2D. Fig. 49, 180.
Mid-second to mid-third century?; east Sussex; Pollard 1983a, 278—9.
Hadrianic to early third century in Kent; throughout except Sussex; Chapter 4.111.2.
   Hartley 1963, 1973a; 1982, Fabrics 1B, 1D. Fig. 40, 116—118.

Very rare in third century, mainly late third to fourth century in east Kent;
   Chapter 4.V.3. Hartley 1973a, b.
(as fine ware 12A, but only in Essex, west Kent and London area).

Mid-third to fourth century? east Kent and London area mainly; 
   Chapter 4.IV.3. Hartley 1982, Fabric 5.
White ware: mid-third to early fifth century; throughout; Chapter 4.IV, V.
   Young 1977a; Hartley 1982, Fabric 3.
Colour-coated and white-slipped (as fine ware 16, Young 1977a; Hartley
   1982, Fabric 4).
Second half of second and first half of third centuries; high-status sites in Kent,
   Essex(?) and London area; Chapter 4.111.2—3. Hartley 1973a; 1982, Fabrics 6 and 7.
Mid-first to early second centuries; throughout except pre-Flavian —high-status sites
   only; Chapter 4.1, II. Hartley 1977; 1982, Fabrics 1A, 1B, 1C. Fig. 16, 61; Fig. 28, 62.

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