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190 Wild, F, 'The samian ware', in Jones, G D B, 'Excavations at Northwich (Condate)', Archaeological Journal Vol 128, 1972, (3 1-77), 53-66.
exc/mil,setJ8O-150/ggp 
sts/cts/mvs
Includes probable single consignment of Domitianic-Trajanic Dr 37 bowls. Some finds possibly civilian.

191
Williams, S R, 'Nantwich (SJ 64805224): St. Anne's Lane: a
Roman cremation burial', Cheshire Arch. Bull. Vol 10, 1984/5, 69.
bbl/csf/cem/cremation apparently post AD 120
Details of cinerary urn itself not indicated.
Location: unknown

Cheshire: Chester  
Peter Carrington
192 Anon, 'Chester (SJ 410663)', in 'Stray finds: Roman', Cheshire Arch. Bull. Vol 1, 1973, (5-6), 5.
slr?/mjc/date?/usf 
tsg/osd
Location: Grosvenor Museum, Chester, Acc. no. 2.R. 1973

193
Anon, 'Chester (SJ 440666): Vicar's Cross', in 'Stray finds:
Roman', Cheshire Arch. Bull. Vol 1, 1973, (5-6), 5. 
csf/mjc/no date/usf
amp
Dressel 20, stamped SALS
Location: Grosvenor Museum, Chester, Acc. no. 1 .R. 1972

194
Bulmer, M, 'The samian ware', in Ward, 1, 'Chester (SJ
415665): Boughton Road Widening Scheme 1978', Cheshire Arch. Bull. Vol 7, 1980/1, 37.
slr/mjc/80-110/usf 
sts
Location: Grosvenor Museum, Chester

195
Bulmer, M (a) & Carrington, P (b), 'The samian (a) & the Roman Coarse Pottery (b)', in Carrington, P & Ward, S, 'Chester (SJ 406658): Bridgegate House, 5 Bridge Place, Lower Bridge Street', Cheshire Arch. Bull. Vol 5, 1977, (19-27), 20-27.
wbf/mjc/l00-l l0/ggp
amp/sts/gry/mro/osd/hox/hom/hmd
Location: Grosvenor Museum, Chester

196 Bulmer, M, & Carrington, P, 'Finds reports: pottery', in Mason, D, Excavations at Chester: 11-15 Castle and neighbouring sites 1974 -8, 1980, 3 1-79 passim, & 87-89.
exc, wbf/mjc/80-35O/ggp
amp/sts/cts/ets/bb l/ccc/occ/grc/grf/mhm/nvc/ngm/mro/oxm/orc/
owc?/osd/pff/rhn/rgh/svv/tng/nr/vrr/vrm/wht/hox/hom/hmd/wpx
One of the few sites to have produced good groups of c 200 onwards in Chester. Provides the data for the synthesis in Ward & Carrington 1981.
Location: Grosvenor Museum, Chester

197
Carrington, P. 'The pottery', in Robinson, D J, 'Chester (SJ
422657): Batchelor's Lane, Great Boughton', Cheshire Arch.
Bull.
Vol 4, 1976, (22-25), 23-25.
slr/cem/Flavian-Trajanic/ggp, usf
gry/osd/vrr
Probably (not certainly) from a cremation group - one of many found E. of the fortress. Discussion of Verulamium district flagon - the first recognised at Chester.
Location: Grosvenor Museum, Chester
    198 Carrington, P. 'Roman Pottery', in Ward, T E, 'Chester (SJ 408660): YMCA (Old Bishop's Palace)', Cheshire Arch. Bull. Vol 5, 1977, (33-35), 34.
slr/mjc/c 140-270/280/usf
tsg/bbl/mhm/nvc/rhn/svv
Summary only: not yet published in detail.
Location: Grosvenor Museum, Chester

199
Carrington, P, 'Severn Valley ware and its place in the Roman pottery supply at Chester: A preliminary assessment', in Dore, J & Greene, K T, Roman Pottery Studies in Britain and Beyond, BAR. International Series 30, Oxford, 1977, 147-162.
syn/mil,mjc/lst-4th/typ
svv
Subsequent study of excavated groups has expanded the range of types, but not yet refined the analysis of distribution mechanisms or dating.
Location: Grosvenor Museum, Chester

200
Carrington, P, 'Some second century mortaria from Chester', in Anderson, A C & A 5, eds., Roman Pottery Research in Britain and North-West Europe, BAR. International Series 123, ii, Oxford, 1981, 465-470.
syn/mil,mjc/130-l90 (v. provisional)/typ
mro
Study of two mortarium fabrics probably made locally, in forms with 'Raetian' characteristics. Other forms in these fabrics have subsequently been recognised, but not yet published. 

201
Carrington, P, 'The Pottery', in Ward, S, 'Chester (SJ 422661): Stocks Lane, Great Boughton', Cheshire Arch. Bull. Vol 8, 1982, (43-45), 44.
csf/cem/late 1st-early 2nd/ggp
gry/osd?
Location: returned to finder

202
Carrington, P (a) & Ward, M (b), 'Roman Pottery - Coarse Ware (a) & Samian Ware (b)', in Ward, 5, 'Chester (SJ 406658): Bridgegate House, 5 Bridge Place, Lower Bridge Street', Cheshire Arch. Bull. 10, 1984/5, (35-38), 37-3 8.
wbf/mjc/Late 1st-mid 2nd/usf
amp/sts/cts/mvs/blg/gry/ngm/svv/hox
Coarse pottery report a summary only: finds generally similar to those from the same site in 1976. Location: returned to site owner 

203
Hartley, B R, 'The early Roman military occupation of Lincoln and Chester', in Anderson, A C & A S, eds., Roman Pottery Research in Britain and North-West Europe, B.A.R. International Series 123, i, Oxford, 1981, 239-248. 
syn/mil/Neronian-Flavian
sts
Pace Hartley et al there remains a lack of satisfactory structural evidence (or groups of pottery) for occupation at Chester pre-dating the legionary fortress, conventionally founded c AD 79.
Location: The Chester material is all located in the Grosvenor Museum

204
  Robinson, D J, 'Chester (SJ 41906567)', in 'Stray finds: Roman', Cheshire Arch. Bull. Vol 7, 1980/1, (61-67), 63.
csf/mjc/no date/usf amp
Location: Grosvenor Museum, Chester, Acc. no. 2.R.1981

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