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Aldsworth, F. & Rudling, D. 1995. Excavations at Bignor Roman villa, West Sussex 1985-90, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 133, 103-88.

Anderson, A.C. & Anderson, A.S. (eds) 1981. Roman Pottery Research in Britain and North-West Europe, BAR Int Series 23, Oxford.

Arthur, P. & Marsh, G. (eds) 1978. Early Fine Wares in Roman Britain, BAR 57, Oxford.

Bidwell, P.T. 1979. The Legionary Bath-house and Bascilica and Forum at Exeter, with a Summary Account of the Legionary Fortress, Exeter Archaeological Reports, Vol. 1, Exeter City Council & the University of Exeter.

Bidwell, P.T. 1985. The Roman Fort of Vindolanda, HBMCE, Archaeological Report 1, London.

Bird, J. (ed.) In Press. Festschrift for Brian Hartley.

Booth, P. 1991. Inter-site comparisons between pottery assemblages in Roman Warwickshire: ceramic indicators of site status, Journal of Roman Pottery Studies, 4, 1991, 1-10.

Burnham, B.C. & Davies, J.L.(eds) 1991. Conquest, Co-existence and Change: Recent Work in Roman Wales, Trivium 25, for 1990, St David's University College, Lampeter.

Casey, P.J. 1989. A votive deposit from the river Tees at Piercebridge, County Durham, Durham Archaeological Journal, 5, 37-42.

Clarke, S. 1994. A quantitative analysis of the finds from the Roman fort at Newstead - some preliminary findings, in Cottam et al. 1994, 72-82.

Clay, P. & Pollard, R. 1994. Iron Age and Roman Occupation in the West Bridge Area, Leicester, Excavations 1962-1971, Leicestershire Museums, Art Galleries & Records Service Archaeological Reports, Leicester.

Cool, H.E.M., Lloyd-Morgan, G. & Hooley, A.D. 1995. Finds from the Fortress, The Archaeology of York: The Small Finds, 17/10.

Cooper, N.J. 1996. Searching for the blank generation: consumer choice in Roman and post-Roman Britain, in Webster & Cooper (eds) 1996, 85-98.

Cottam, S., Dungworth, D., Scott, S. & Taylor, J. (eds) 1994. TRAC 94: Proceedings of the 4th Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Durham 1994, Oxbow, Oxford.

Dannell, G.B. & Wild, J.P. 1987. Longthorpe II. The Military Works-Depot: An Episode in Landscape History, Britannia Monograph 8, London.

Darling, M.J. 1977. Pottery from early military sites in western Britain, in Dore & Greene (eds) 1977, 57-100.

Darling, M.J. (ed.) 1994. Guidelines for the Archiving of Roman Pottery, The Study Group for Roman Pottery.

Davies, B.J., Richardson, B. & Tomber, R.S. 1994. A Dated Corpus of Early Roman Pottery from the City of London, CBA Research Report 98, The Museum of London & the Council for British Archaeology.

Detsicas, A.P. (ed.) 1973. Current Research in Romano-British Coarse Pottery, CBA Research Report 10, London.

Dore, J. & Greene, K. (eds) 1977. Roman Pottery Studies in Britain and Beyond, BAR Supp. Series 30, Oxford.

Ellis, P. 1987. Sea Mills, Bristol: The 1965-1968 excavations in the Roman town of Abonae, Transactions of the Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society, 105, 15-108.

Evans, J. 1983. Towns and the end of Roman Britain in Northern England, Scottish Archaeological Review, 2, Part 2, 144-8.

Evans, J. 1988. All Yorkshire is divided into three parts; social aspects of later Roman pottery distributions in Yorkshire, in Price et al. (eds) 1988, 323-37.

Evans, J. 1989. Crambeck: The development of a major northern pottery industry, in Wilson (ed.) 1989, 43-90.

Evans, J. 1995a. Function and fine wares in the Roman North, Journal of Roman Pottery Studies, 6, 95-118.

Evans, J. 1995b. Roman finds assemblages. Towards an integrated approach‌, in Rush (ed.) 1995, 33-58.

Evans, J. Forthcoming. The Roman pottery from Shiptonthorpe, in Millett & Halkon forthcoming.

Evans, J. & Millett, M.J. 1992. Residuality revisited, Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 11, No.2, 225-40.

Evans, J. & Willis, S.H (eds) 1997. Research Framework for the Study of Roman Pottery in the North of Britain.

Fulford, M.G. 1975. New Forest Roman Pottery: Manufacture and Distribution, with a Corpus of Pottery Types, BAR 17, Oxford.

Fulford, M.G. & Huddleston, K. 1991. The Current State of Romano-British Pottery Studies. A Review for English Heritage, English Heritage Occasional Paper 1, English Heritage, London.

Gillam, J.P. 1957. Types of coarse pottery vessels in northern Britain, Archaeologia Aeliana, 4th Series, 35, 180-251.

Gillam, J.P. 1968. Types of Roman Coarse Pottery Vessels in Northern Britain, Oriel Press Ltd.

Gillam, J.P. 1973. Sources of pottery found on northern military sites, in Detsicas (ed.) 1973, 53-62.

Gillam, J.P. 1976. Coarse Fumed Ware in North Britain and Beyond, Glasgow Archaeological Journal, 4, 57-80.

Going, C.J. 1987. The Mansio and Other Sites in the South-Eastern Sector of Caesaromagnus: The Roman Pottery, Chelmsford Archaeological Trust Report 3.2, CBA Research Report 62, London.

Going, C. 1992. Economic "long waves" in the Roman period‌, Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 11, 93-117.

Greene, K.T. 1977. Legionary pottery and the significance of Holt, in Dore & Greene (eds) 1977, 113-32.

Greene, K.T. 1992. Review of Fulford & Huddleston 1991, Britannia, 23, 362-5.

Greene, K.T. 1993. The fortress coarse ware, in Manning 1993, 1-124.

Groves, J. 1993. Analysis of the pottery assemblages, [and other contributions], in Milne & Wardle 1993.

Hanson, W.S. 1994. Dealing with Barbarians: The Romanization of Britain, in Vyner (ed.) 1994, 149-63.

Hanson, W.S & Breeze, D.J. 1991. The future of Roman Scotland, in Hanson & Slater (eds) 1991, 57-80.

Hanson, W.S. & Slater, E.A. (eds) 1991. Scottish Archaeology: New Perceptions, Aberdeen University Press, Aberdeen.

Hill, J.D. 1995. Ritual and Rubbish in the Iron Age of Wessex, BAR 242, Oxford.

Hodder, I.R. 1974a. Some marketing models for Romano-British coarse pottery, Britannia,
5, 340-59.

Hodder, I.R. 1974b. The distribution of two types of Romano-British coarse pottery in the West Sussex region, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 112, 86-96.

Hodder, I.R. 1976. The distribution of Savernake ware, The Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine, 69, for 1974, 67-84.

Hoffman, B. 1994. Use of space and variability of ground plans: A study of legionary centurions' quarters, in Cottam, et al. (eds) 1994, 83-9.

Hoffman, B. 1995. Legionary centurion's quarters of the Principate, Britannia, 26, 107-52.

Holbrook, N. & Bidwell, P.T. 1991. Roman Finds from Exeter, Exeter Archaeological Report 4, Exeter.

Holbrook, N. & Bidwell, P.T. 1992. Roman Pottery from Exeter 1980-1990, Journal of Roman Pottery Studies, 5, 35-80.

Howe, M.D., Perrin, R. & Mackreth, D. 1981. Roman Pottery from the Nene Valley: A Guide, Peterborough City Museum Occasional Paper 2.

Hurst, H.R. 1985. Kingsholm. Gloucester Archaeological Publications Ltd, Cambridge.

Kenrick, P. 1993. Potters' stamps on Italian Terra Sigillata: towards a new catalogue, Journal of Roman Pottery Studies, 6, 27-35.

Lyne, M.A.B. & Jefferies, R.S. 1979. The Alice Holt/Farnham Roman Pottery Industry, CBA Research Report 30, London.

Lyne, M.A.B. 1995. The Roman pottery, in Aldsworth & Rudling 1995, 160-9.

Manning, W.H. 1993. Report on the Excavations at Usk 1965-1976: The Roman Pottery, University of Wales, Cardiff.

Marney, P.T. 1989. Roman and Belgic Pottery from Excavations in Milton Keynes 1972-82, Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Monograph 2, Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society, Aylesbury.

Marsh, G. 1981. London's Samian supply and its relationship to the development of the Gallic Samian industry, in Anderson & Anderson (eds) 1981, 173-238.

Meadows, K.I. 1994. You are what you eat: diet, identity and Romanisation, in Cottam et al. 1994, 133-140.

Meadows, K.I., Lemke, C.R. & Heron, J. (eds) 1997. TRAC 96: Proceedings of the 6th Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Sheffield 1996, Oxbow, Oxford.

Miller, L., Schofield, J. & Rhodes, M. 1986. The Roman Quay at St. Magnus House, London. Excavations at New Fresh Wharf, Lower Thames Street, London 1974-78. Special Paper 8 of The London and Middlesex Archaeological Society.

Millett, M.J. (ed.) 1979. Pottery and the Archaeologist, Institute of Archaeology Occasional Publication 4, London.

Millett, M.J. 1980. Aspects of Romano-British pottery in West Sussex, Sussex Archaeological Collections, 118, 57-68.

Millett, M.J. 1987a. A question of time‌ Aspects of the future of pottery studies, Bulletin of the Institute of Archaeology, 24, 99-108.

Millett, M.J. 1987b. Boudicca, the first Colchester potters' shop, and the dating of Neronian Samian, Britannia, 18, 93-123.

Millett, M.J. 1990. The Romanization of Britain: An Essay in Archaeological Interpretation, Cambridge University Press.

Millett, M.J. 1995. Roman Britain, English Heritage.

Millett, M.J. & Halkon, P. Forthcoming. Survey and Excavation at the Roman Roadside Settlement at Shiptonthorpe, East Yorkshire.

Milne, G. & Wardle, A. 1993. Early Roman development at Leadenhall Court, London and related research, Transactions of the London & Middlesex Archaeological Society, 44, for 1993, 21-169.

Monaghan, J. 1987. Upchurch and Thamesside Roman Pottery: A Ceramic Typology for Northern Kent, First to Third Centuries A.D., BAR 173, Oxford.

Monaghan, J. 1993. Roman Pottery from the Fortress: 9 Blake Street, The Archaeology of York, Vol.16 The Pottery, Fas.7, York Archaeological Trust, York.

Okun, M.L. 1989. An example of the process of acculturation in the early Roman frontier', Oxford Journal of Archaeology, 8, No.1, 41-54.

Olivier, A. 1996. Frameworks for our Past: A review of research frameworks, strategies and perceptions, English Heritage, London.

Orton, C. 1992. Studying pottery at the level of the assemblage: The Pie Slice computer package, Archaeologia Polona, 30, 39-52, Warsaw.

Oswald, F. 1936-7. Index of Figure-types on Terra Sigillata ('Samian ware'), Liverpool.

Peacock, D.P.S. (ed.) 1977. Pottery and Early Commerce, Academic Press, London.

Pollard, R.J. 1988. The Roman Pottery of Kent, Kent Archaeological Society Monograph 5, Kent Archaeological Society, Maidstone.

Pollard, R.J. 1994. The Iron Age and Roman pottery, in Clay & Pollard 1994, 51-114.

Price, J. & Wilson, P.R., with Briggs, C.S. & Hardman, S.J. (eds) 1988. Recent Research in Roman Yorkshire. Studies in Honour of Mary Kitson Clark (Mrs Derwas Chitty), BAR 193, Oxford.

Reece, R. 1980. Town and country: The end of Roman Britain, World Archaeology, 12, No.1, 77-92.

Rogers, G. 1974. Poteries Sigilees de la Gaule Centrale, Gallia, Supplement 28, Paris.

Rush, P. (ed.) 1995. Theoretical Roman Archaeology: Second Conference Proceedings, Avebury, Aldershot.

Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies 1985. Priorities for the Preservation and Excavation of Romano-British sites, London.

Swan, V.G. 1984. The Pottery Kilns of Roman Britain, Royal Commission on Historical Monuments Supp. Series 5, HMSO, London.

Swan, V.G. 1992. Legio VI and its men: African Legionaries in Britain, Journal of Roman Pottery Studies, 5, 1-33.

Swan, V.G. In Press. Vexillations and the garrisons of Britannia in the second and early third centuries: a ceramic view point, in Limes Studies: Papers from the 1995 Limes Congress at Kerkrade, Nederlands, Amersfoort, Holland.

Swan, V.G. & Bidwell, P.T. In Press. Camelon and Flavian troop movements in Southern Britain: some ceramic evidence, in Bird (ed.) In Press.

Timby, J.R. 1987. Other Roman pottery, in Ellis 1987, 77-92.

Tyers, P.A. 1996a. Roman Pottery in Britain, B.T. Batsford, London.

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Vyner, B. (ed.) 1994. Building on the Past: Papers celebrating 150 years of the Royal Archaeological Institute, The RAI, London.

Webster, G. (ed.) 1969. Romano-British Coarse Pottery: A Students Guide, CBA Research Report 6. CBA, London.

Webster, J. & Cooper, N.J. (ed.) 1996. Roman Imperialism: Post-Colonial Perspectives, Leicester Archaeology Monographs 3, University of Leicester.

Webster, P.V. 1991. Pottery and trade in Roman Wales, in Burnham & Davies (eds) 1991, 138-49.

Williams, D.F. 1977. The Romano-British Black-Burnished industry: an essay on characterisation by Heavy Mineral Analysis, in Peacock 1977, 163-200.

Willis, S.H. 1997a. Samian: beyond dating, in Meadows et al. (eds) 1997, 38-54.

Willis, S.H. 1997b. The English Heritage Samian Project. The Results of Phase 1: The Pilot Survey, a report prepared for English Heritage.

Wilson, P.R. (ed.) 1989. The Crambeck Roman Pottery Industry. Roman Antiquities Section, Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Leeds.

Woodward, A. 1992. Shrines and Sacrifice, Batsford, London.

Young, C.J. 1977. Oxfordshire Roman Pottery, BAR 43, Oxford.

Young, C.J. (ed.) 1980. Guidelines for the Processing and Publication of Roman Pottery from Excavations, DOE Occasional Paper 4, DOE, London.

Zienkiewicz, J.D. 1992. Pottery from excavations on the site of the Roman Legionary Museum, Caerleon 1983-5, Journal of Roman Pottery Studies, 5, 81-109.

Zienkiewicz, J.D. 1993. Excavations in the scamnum tribunorum at Caerleon: the Legionary Museum site 1983-5, Britannia, 24.

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