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Edited by Jeremy Evans & Steven Willis on behalf of the SGRP, Northern Regional Group. October 1997; selectively revised 2002


Aitchison, N.B. 1988. Roman wealth, native ritual: Coin hoards within and beyond Roman Britain, World Archaeology, 20, 270–84.

Bird, J. 1993. 3rd century Samian ware in Britain, Journal of Roman Pottery Studies, 6, 1-14.

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

Burnham, B.C. & Johnson, H.B. (eds) 1979. Invasion and Response: the case of Roman Britain, BAR 73, Oxford.

Clarke, S. 1997. Abandonment, rubbish disposal and 'special' deposits at Newstead, in Meadows et al. (eds) 1997, 73-81.

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

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

Evans, J. 1985. Aspects of later Roman pottery assemblages in Northern England, University of Bradford Ph.D. Thesis (unpublished).

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. 1995a. Roman finds assemblages. Towards an integrated approach?, in Rush (ed.) 1995, 33-58.

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

Evans, J., Jones, R.F.J. & Turnbull, P. 1991. Excavations at Chester-le-Street, 1978-9, Durham Archaeological Journal, 7, 5-48.

Fulford, M.G. & Huddleston, K. 1991. The Current State of Romano-British Pottery Studies: A Review for English Heritage, English Heritage Occasional Paper No.1, English Heritage, London.

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

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

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

Grimes, W.F. 1930. Holt, Denbighshire: The Works-Depot of the Twentieth Legion at Castle Lyons, Y Cymmrodor, 41, London.

Hadrian's Wall Advisory Committee 1988. A Policy for Hadrian's Wall, a Policy Document prepared for English Heritage.

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.

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.

King, A. 1981. The decline of Samian ware manufacture in the North-West provinces: problems of chronology and interpretation, in King & Henig (eds), 1981, 55-78.

King, A. 1984. The decline of Central Gaulish sigillata manufacture in the early third century, Rei Cretariae Fautorum Acta, 23-24, 51-9.

King, A. 1991. The Samian ware, in Evans et al. 1991, 5-48.

King, A. & Henig, M. (eds) 1981. The Roman West in the Third Century. Contributions from Archaeology and History, BAR Int Ser 109, Oxford.

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

Martin, T.S. & Wallace, C.M. (eds) 1997. Research Framework for the study of Roman pottery in the East Midlands and East Anglia, The Study Group for Roman Pottery (East Midlands & Anglian Regional Group).

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

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Millett, M.J. & Halkon. P. (eds) Forthcoming. Survey and Excavation in the Holme-on-Spalding-Moor Region, East Yorkshire.

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

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.

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

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.

Ward, M. 1993. A summary of the Samian ware from excavations at Piercebridge, Journal of Roman Pottery Studies, 6, 15-22.

White, R.H. & van Leusen, P.M. 1997. Aspects of Romanization in the Wroxeter hinterland, in Meadows et al. (eds) 1997, 133-43.

Willis, S.H. 1993. Aspects of Pottery Assemblages of the Late Iron Age / First Century A.D. in the East and North-East of England, University of Durham Ph.D. Thesis (unpublished).

Willis, S.H. 1996. The Romanization of pottery assemblages in the East and North-East of England during the first century A.D.: a comparative analysis, Britannia, 27, 179-221.

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. The Roman Antiquities Section, Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Leeds.

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