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Journal of Roman Pottery Studies Volume 4

Edited by Rob Perrin


Inter-site Comparisons Between Pottery Assemblages in Roman Warwickshire: Cerarnic Indicators of Site Status 1
    by Paul Booth

Pottery supply to the Roman north-west 11
    by Peter Webster

The Berkeley Street Pottery kiln, Gloucester 19
    by Jane Timby

Some notes on the Horningsea Roman pottery 33
    by Jeremy Evans

The significance of Anhydrite in pottery as exemplified by Romano-British Dales Ware 45
    by Ron J. Firman

A fragment from a probable Roman Clibanus from Catterick, North Yorkshire 51
     by David Williams and Jeremy Evans

Two vessels in Pink Grog tempered ware from the Roman fort at Cramond, Scotland 55
    by Barbara Ford

Dressel 1 amphorae from Kent 57
    by R. J. Pollard

Methods for investigating deposit homogeneity 59
    Roberta Tomber

Not more pot 69
    by Jeremy Evans

Sitting on a Tell: Some thoughts on the Quantification of Samian 77
    by Peter Webster

Slicing the pie—a framework for comparing ceramic assemblages 79
    by Clive Orton and Paul Tyers

Review 81
    by Margaret J. Darling

Roman Pottery Bibliography 83
    Edited by R. P. Symonds, Indexes by J. R. Perrin

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