|710 Beavis, I,
'Fresh Finds from the Iron Age and Roman Site at Worbarrow
Bay, Tyneham', Proc Dorset Nat Hist & Archaeol Soc, Vol.
95, 1973, 88.
A small group of sherds found in an eroding scree and cliff
section: locally-produced Durotrigian and Black Burnished ware
711 Cunliffe, B & Brown, L, 'The Later Prehistoric
and Rornano-British Pottery', in Cunliffe, B, Hengistbury
Head, Dorset, Volume 1: The Prehistoric and Roman Settlement
3500 BC -AD 500, 1987, 205-302.
exc/mjc,trd/late Neolithic-late Roman/ggp,seq,typ
You name it, this report has got it... fabric and form series,
quantification discussion, key groups, synthesis, etc... just
about everything one could possibly want! Large important
assemblages with continuity through time, lots of imports as
well as locally-produced wares. Especially useful for the Iron
Age-early Roman transitional period in an area where the Roman
conquest produces few discernible ceramic changes.
712 Davies, S M & Hawkes, J W, 'The Iron Age and
Romano-British Coarse Pottery', in Green, C S, Excavations at
Poundbury, Volume 1: The Settlements, 1987, 117-123.
exc/set/late Iron Age (prob pm-conquest 1st AD)-4th/typ
The printed reports on the amphorae, the Pompeian red ware, the
Gallo-Belgic wares, the samian, the samian stamps and the
mortaria were prepared from comments by D F Williams, V Rigby, I
Bird, B Dickinson, B R Hartley and K F Hartley, respectively.
Further details of these reports can be found in the microfiche
section. There are fabric and form type series for the
coarsewares but there is no basic quantification. The discussion
includes two tables and a diagram resulting from
'close-proximity analysis' and 'column-wise seriation'.
713 Farrar, R All, 'The Lost Roman Pottery Site at
Bagber, Milton Abbas', Proc Dorset Nat Hist & Archaeol
Soc, VoL 95, 1973, 93- 96.
A review of the interpretation of the Bagber site by its
original excavator, Charles Warne in 1841, and its later
re-excavator, J C Mansel-Pleydell, in 1891. The main evidence
for pottery production seems to have been a clay-lined pit which
had been subjected to intense heat and a quantity of pottery,
some 15 sherds and one whole vessel were listed in the original
records. Farrar suggests it was an industrial site of some sort,
but not a pottery kiln. He also discusses the dating and
parallels for the one-handled BB1 flagon.
714 Green, C, 'Early Iron Age and Roman Remains at
Southhill, Radipole Lane, Weymouth', Proc Dorset Nat Hisi
& Archaeol Soc, Vol. 96, 1974, 54-56.
csf,slr/rrs/early Iron Age, Durotrigian-later Roman
Small quantities of pottery and burials observed during the
construction of a playing field.
||715 Green, S,
'The Pottery', in Maynard, D, 'Excavations on a Pipeline
near the River Frome, Worgret, Dorset', Proc Dorset Nat
Hist & Archaeol Soc, Vol. 110, 1988, (77-98), 85-88.
exc/rur/early- very late or post-Roman
The fabric and foam descriptions correspond with those of the
West Moors report in the same volume (entry no 716). Both
fabrics and forms are quantified.
716 Green, S, 'The Pottery', in Howard, S. 'Rescue
Excavations of a Roman Enclosure and Field System at West Moors,
Dorset, 1988', Proc Dorset Nat Hist & Archaeol Soc, VoL
110, 1988, (99-116), 107-112.
exc/rur/late Iron Age-late 2nd/typ
Includes fabric and foam types series, and quantification, by
717 Greene, K T, 'An unusual Roman Glazed Vessel from
Woodcuts in Cranbourne Chase', Proc Dorset Nat Hist &
Archaeol Soc, Vol. 93, 1971, 163-166.
A brief note on a sherd illustrated on Plate CXVI of Pitt-Rivers
Excavations in Cranbourne Chase, Volume II, with a description,
general comments on the ware, its dating, sources, etc. Also
includes brief details on the samian found at Woodcuts: a South
Gaulish Dr 24/25. and two examples of Dr 29
718 Hughes, E G, 'Excavations at 9 Bridport
Road, Dorchester', Proc Dorset Nat Hist & Archaeol
Soc, Vol. 111, 1989, (87-90), 89.
A very small collection of material found approximately 200m to
the east of the Roman walls of Dorchester.
719 Hurst, J D & Wacher, I S, 'A Multi-period Site
at Poxwell, Dorset', Proc Dorset Nat Htct & ArchaeolSoc,
Vol. 108, 1986, (63-80), 71-76.
exc/rrs/poss Neolithic, early Bronze Age: Iron Age-late 3rd
The fabric descriptions, catalogue and discussion are all by
phase. There is recognition of a non-Wareham/Poole Harbour Black
Burnished ware fabric(s), but no separation of which vessels
occur in it.
720 Moore, W F & Ross, M S, 'The Romano-British
Settlement, Common Mead Lane, Gillingham, Dorset', Proc
Dorset Nat Hist & Archaeol Soc, Vol 111, 1989,
(57-70), 59-65. Includes 'The Samian Pottery', by B R
Hartley, 59-62, and 'The Pottery', by M S Ross, 62-65.
Includes a fabric series; the forms are described according to
other published series. There is a brief commentary,
quantification is limited to noting the percentages present for
most fabric types, along with a histogram, in percentages, which
show BB1 to have been the pre-dominant fabric, at 38% (?sherd