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Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 1, 1986 page 34
Paul Bidwell
24 Draper, J, The pottery', in Aitken, G & N, in Excavations on the library site, Colliton Park, Dorchester, 1961-3', Proc. Dorset Nat. Hist. & Arch Soc 104, 1982, 193-126), 118-123 & figs 16-18.
exc/wlt/40-400+/usf 
amp/sts/cts/ets/bbl/nfr/ox f/owm
Location: Dorset County Museum

25
Field, N H, 'The coarse pottery', in Field, H H, 'The Iron Age and Romano-British settlement on Bradford Down, Pamphill, Dorset', Proc. Dorset Nat. Hist. & Arch Soc  104, 1982, (71-92), 83-90 & 12-16. 
exc/vil/- 0-400+
amp/sts/cts/ets/bbl/nfr
Location: Dorset County Museum

26
Draper, J, 'The pottery', in Startin, D W A, Excavations at the Old Vicarage, Fordington, Dorchester, Dorset, 1971', Proc. Dorset Nat. Hist. & Arch Soc  103, 1981 (43-a), 60-61 & fig 6.
exc/cem - 190-250
bb1/nfr
Location: Dorset County Museum

27
Draper, J & Chaplin, C, 'Various report; on pottery' in Draper, J & Chaplin, C, Dorchester Excavations Volume 1, 1982, 13-19 & figs 5-8, 41- 47 & figs 18-21, 78-85 & figs 33-35, 100-101 & fig 45, & 107109 & fig 49 &: p1 35.
exc/wlt/- 0-400+/ggp/seq
sts/cts/ets/bbl/ccc/tng/oxf/rhn/oxm/amp/nfr
location: Dorset County Museum

28
Draper, J & Startin, D W A, 'The pottery', in Startin, D W A, 'Excavations at South Grove Cottage, Dorchester', Proc. Dorset Nat. Hist. & Arch Soc 103, 1981, (121-42), 31-34 & figs 6-12.
exc/wlt/40-400+/ggp,usf ,seq
amp/sts/cts/ets/bb1/ccc/nfr/mro/?tng
Location: Dorset County Museum Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 3, 1990 page 96
Paul Bidwell
425 Gaskell-Brown, C & Hugo, T E, 'Prehistoric and Romano-British Finds from Mount Batten, Devon: 1979-83', Proc. Devon Arch. Soc. 41, 1983, (69-74), 72-73.
exc/---
amp/tsg/bbl/grc
A small collection of sherds, none illustrated.

426 Silvester, R I & Bidwell, PT, 'A Roman Site at Woodbury, Axminster', Proc. Devon Arch. Soc. 42, 1984, (33-57),39-47.
exc/mil,rrs/--
ass/sts/cts/ets/ccc/nvc/nfc/orc/rhn/bbl/grc/oxm/vrm/svv
Most of the pottery comprises a group which appears to have accumulated in the filling of a pond between the second quarter of the 3rd century and the middle of the 4th. Location: Exeter Museum
    Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 4, 1991 pages 88-90
Rachael Seager Smith
(24) Aitken, G & A, 'Excavations on the Library Site, Colliton Park, Dorchester, 1961-3', Proc Dorset Nat Hist & Archaeol Soc, Vol. 104, 1982, (93-126), 118-121.
exc/ind,wlt/mainly 3rd-4th with some 1st 
bbl/cts/sts
A good group of late Black Burnished ware. The report consists of a description of the illustrated material only.

(25) Field, N H, 'The Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement on Bradford Down, Pamphill, Dorset', Proc Dorset Nat Hist & Archaeol Soc, Vol. 104, 1982, 71-92.
exc/rrs/early Iron Age-late Roman, some 12th-13th 
amp/bbl/dur/ira/nfc/nfg/tsg
Mostly this is just a description of the illustrated sherds.

(26) Startin, D W A, 'Excavations at the Old Vicarage, Fordington, Dorchester, Dorset, 1971', Proc Dorset Nat Hist & Archaeol Soc, Vol. 103, 1981, (43-66), 60-61.
exc/cem,set/Iron Age-4th, some Med &: post-Med 
amp/bbl/gry/nfc
Descriptions of illustrated sherds only.

(27) Draper, J & Chaplin, C, Dorchester Excavations, Volume 1, 1982.
exc,slr,wbf/wlt/late lst-4th
amp/bbl/cts/dur/ets/nfc/nfp/occ/oxm/orc/rhn/sts
The volume consists of a series of short reports on several small-scale excavations and watching-briefs within the area of the walled town. Most produced Romano-British material of the same general types found elsewhere within the town. The text concentrates on descriptions of the illustrated sherds. The samian was examined by Hedley Pengelly.

(28)
Draper, J & Startin, D W A, 'The Pottery', in 'Excavations at South Grove Cottage, Dorchester', Proc Dorset Nat Hist & Archaeol Soc, Vol 103, 1981, (21-42), 3 1-39.
exc/wh/c70 AD-4th/seq
amp/bbl/ccc/dur/gry/nfc/nfp/tsg/tng
The material is from a trench positioned on the tail of the rampart, close to the probable location of the south gate. The report describes the material recovered from individual features - there is no quantification or synthesis.
 
709 Bailey, C J & Flattens, E, 'The Trial Excavation of an Iron Age and Romano-British Site at Quarry Lodden, Bincombe, Dorset', Proc Dorset Nat Flirt & Archaeol Soc, Vol. 93, 1971, 135-143.
exc/rrs/mid Iron Age-early 1st AD, some later
dur/ira
A trench c2m long on the route of a gas main to Weymouth. Late Roman pottery was found in the plough soil over Durotrigian/early R-B occupation in the form of 'floors' of limestone and shale. Sealed by this material were alternating hearths and layers of ash which produced the situlate jars, some hematite-coated, and derivatives typical of 'Iron Age A' in this area. Other finds include unfinished, hand-cut shale armlets, worked bone and small quantities of miscellaneous metalwork.
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