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Roman Pottery Bibliography

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Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 4, 1991 page 99
Colin Wallace
815 White, R H, Roman and Celtic Objects from Anglo-Saxon Graves. A catalogue and an interpretation of their are, Brit Archaeol Rep Brit Ser 191, Oxford, 1988.
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See Chapter 7 for a catalogue and discussion of Roman pottery in Anglo-Saxon cremations and inhumations (inc. ?imported D ware), more obviously intrinsically useful than many of the other classes of objects that White surveys, objects which he believes all found their way into Anglo-Saxon graves for a specific purpose.

Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 11 2004 pages 143/4
   

In future the bibliography will not be printed in JRPS, but will be an exclusively on-line resource. New contributions are listed below

Joanna Bird June 2008
1497  COOL, H. E. M. Eating and drinking in Roman Britain (Cambridge 2006).

1498  DANNELL, G. B. Samian cups and their uses. In: R. J. A. Wilson (ed.), Romanitas: essays in Roman archaeology in honour of Sheppard Frere on the occasion of his ninetieth birthday (Oxford 2006), 147-176.

1499  ECKARDT, H. The character, chronology and use of the late Roman pits. In: M. Fulford/A. Clarke/H. Eckardt, Life and labour in late Roman Silchester: excavations in Insula IX since 1997, Britannia Monograph Series 22 (London 2006), 221-245.

1500  HARTLEY, K and TOMBER, R. A mortarium bibliography for Roman Britain. Journal of Roman Pottery Studies 13, 2006.

1501  TIMBY, J. The pottery from the late Roman deposits. In: M. Fulford/A. Clarke/H. Eckardt, Life and labour in late Roman Silchester: excavations in Insula IX since 1997, Britannia Monograph Series 22 (London 2006), 85-115.

Joanna Bird July 2009
1895 G. BRAITHWAITE, Faces from the past: a study of Roman face pots from Italy and the western provinces of the Roman Empire. British Archaeological Reports International Series 1651, 2007, Oxford.

1896 M. J. DARLING, A depiction of the organ from Roman Britain. In: L. Gilmour (ed.), Pagans and Christians - from antiquity to the Middle Ages: papers in honour of Martin Henig, presented on the occasion of his 65th birthday. British Archaeological Reports International Series 1610, 2007, Oxford, 111-115.

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