|On the debit side the
site, pottery and finds drawings throughout are poor, while the
layout and terminology are occasionally a little quirky. Credit
has to be given, however, for the effort and expense required to
privately produce such a volume in one's own time. It should
also not be forgotten that, but for the efforts of these local
groups, many sites in addition to this one would have gone
unrecorded (a browse through P.C.A.S. will show this clearly).
Without Mrs Pullinger's efforts we would know little of the
Roman pottery of the Cambridge area, and it is a sobering fact
that she is still its main 'researcher', despite now living
on the opposite side of the country.
702 Pullinger, J & Young, C J, 'Obelisk Kilns,
Harston', in 'The M11 Western Bypass: Three Sites near
Cambridge', Proc Cambridgeshire Archaeol Soc, Vol. 71,
1981, (1-72), 1-24. exc,slr,wbf/rrs,ind,ptp,kln/2nd-4th/typ
Excavation details and expanded range of types from the
production of a migrant Oxford potter. 40 vessels are
illustrated. Aspects of this production were previously
published by J Bird & C J Young in 'Migrant potters - the
Oxford connection', in Anderson, A C & A S (eds), Roman
Pottery Research in Britain and North-West Europe, Brit
Archaeol Rep Tnt Ser 123, (295-312),303-306.
Location: Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology, Cambridge
703 Wild, J. P. 'Romano-British occupation', in
Green, C &: I, & Dallas, C with Wild, I P, 'Excavations
at Castor, Cambridgeshire in 1957-8 and 1973', Northamptonshire
Archaeol, Vol. 21, 1986-7, (109- 148), 118-125 &
A selection of pottery from excavations adjacent to the Roman
'palace'. The main group is from Pit 1, similar in date and
composition to Pits 11 and 14 from Normangate Field (cf Perrin,
J R & Webster, G, JRPS 3, 35-62). All of the pottery
descriptions are on microfiche, which also includes a note by B
R Hartley & G B Dannell on a piece of decorated samian and a
stamped Dr 33; and comments by K F Hartley on three mortaria
including a stamp of VIATOR. There are 44 illustrated vessels
from Pit 1; a further 26 are on microfiche from other contexts.
Location: Peterborough Museum
of Roman Pottery Studies
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bibliography will not be printed in JRPS, but will be an
exclusively on-line resource. New contributions are listed below
Joanna Bird June 2008
1440 EVERY, R, Roman pottery. In: P. Andrews,
Romano-British and medieval saltmaking and settlement in Parson
Drove, Cambridgeshire, Proceedings of the Cambridgeshire
Antiquarian Society 95, 2006, (32-35) 25-48.
1441 EVERY, R, Briquetage and fired clay. In: P.
Andrews, Romano-British and medieval saltmaking and settlement
in Parson Drove, Cambridgeshire, Proceedings of the
Cambridgeshire Antiquarian Society 95, 2006, (35-37) 25-48.
1442 LUCAS, G, Pottery. In: T. Malim, A
Romano-British complex and Anglo-Saxon burial at Gallows Hill,
Swaffham Prior. Proceedings of the Cambridgeshire Antiquarian
Society 95, 2006, (107) 91-114.
1443 : pEACHEY, A, Pottery. In: K. Nicholson, A late
Roman cemetery at Watersmeet Mill Common, Huntingdon.
Proceedings of the Cambridgeshire Antiquarian Society 95, 2006,
1444 WOOD, M, Pottery. In: R. Case Hatton/W. Wall,
A late Roman cemetery at Durobrivae, Chesterton. Proceedings of
the Cambridgeshire Antiquarian Society 95, 2006, (14) 5-24.
Joanna Bird July 2007
1617 LUCAS, G., MONTEIL, G. and ANDERSON, K. Roman
pottery. In C. Evans/M. Knight/L. Webley, Iron Age settlement
and Romanisation on the Isle of Ely: the Hurst Lane Reservoir
site. Proceedings of the Cambridgeshire Antiquarian Society 96,
2007 (56-58) 41-78.
1618 STANSBIE, D. Iron Age and Roman pottery. In: L.
Webley, Prehistoric, Roman and Saxon activity on the Fen
hinterland at Parnwell, Peterborough. Proceedings of the
Cambridgeshire Antiquarian Society 96, 2007, (98-99) 79-114.
Alice Lyons 2009
1665 Abrams, J. and Ingham, D., 2008 Farming on the
Edge: Archaeological Evidence from the Clay Uplands to the West
of Cambridge, E. Anglian Archaeol. 123
1666 Alexander, J and Trump, D., 1972 Granchester 1971:a
Preliminary Report on Excavations. Cambridge and London:
Board of Extra Mural Studies
Alexander, J., and Pullinger, J., 2000 Roman Cambridge.
Excavations on Castle Hill 1956-1988, PCAS 87
1667 Alexander, M., Dodwell, N. and C. Evans 2004
'A Roman cemetery in Jesus Lane, Cambridge', PCAS 93,
1668 Anderson, K., 2007 'The Late Iron Age and Roman
Pottery' in The ARES Site, Babraham Research Campus
Cambridgeshire: An Archaeological Excavation. (Cambridge
Archaeological Unit Report 752)