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721 Sunter, N, 'Excavations at Norden', in Sunter, N & Woodward, P J, Romano-British Industries in Purbeck, 1987, (9-43). 22-30.
exc/rrs,ind/Durotrigian-4th
amp/bbl/cts/dur/ktm/nfc/orc/sts/vrm
A typical range of Black Burnished ware for the area; also, late 1st AD local wheel-thrown white ware vessels (flagons, carinated bowls, etc) from Corfe Mullen, Dorset. The printed text concentrates on descriptions of the illustrated sherds but there is also a microfiche section. There are comments on the samian by K Greene, with descriptions, discussion and quantification in the printed text.

722 Webster, G, 'Final Report on the Excavations of the Roman Fort at Waddon Hill, Stoke Abbott, 1963-69', Proc Dorset Nat Hist & Archaeol Soc, Vol. 101, 1979, (51-90), 84-86.
exc/mil/lst AD
bbl/dur/ktm/lyc/mro/sts
With a samian report by BR Hartley. A traditional-style report, with descriptions of illustrated sherds only. The samian report is, however, slightly more detailed.

723 Woodward, P J, 'The Excavation of a Late Iron Age Settlement and Romano-British Industrial Site at Ower, Dorset', in Sunter, N & Woodward, P 1, Romano-British Industries in Purbeck, 1987, (44- 124), 69-94. Includes 'The Samian', by H Pengelly, 'First Century Imports and Native Finewares', by J Timby, 'The Amphorae', by D F Williams, 'The Mortaria, New Forest Wares and the Black Burnished Coarse Wares', by P J Woodward, and 'Petrological analysis of the pottery and clays', by J Timby & D F Williams.
exc,chm/rrs,ind/early lst-3rd,4th/typ
arr/bbl/ccc/cts/dur/ets/gab/aga/ait/lyc/mca/nfc/oxm/orc/oxw/
sts/tng/trb/bri
This report is especially important for its large group of early imported finewares. Full descriptions of the quantification and the fabric, form and, where appropriate, decoration, type series appear in the printed text. Small amounts of briquetage and kiln material are also present.

724 Woodward, P J, 'The Excavation of an Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement at Rope Lake Hole, Corfe Castle, Dorset', in Sunter, N & Woodward, P J, Romano-British Industries in Purbeck, 1987, (125-180), 149-158. Includes 'The Samian', by H Pengelly, 'The Coarse Pottery', by S M Davies, and 'The Petrological Analysis of the Hematite Ware', by D F Williams & S M Tolfield.
exc,chm/rrs,ind/early Iron Age-late 4th/seq,typ bbl/cts/dur/ets/ira/sts
Includes fabric and form series, and quantification in the text. There are useful discussion sections, by chronological period.

725 Young, D, 'An Iron Age and Romano-British Settlement at Broadmayne', Proc Dorset Nat Hist & Archaeol Soc, Vol 95, 1973, 44-49.
exc/cem,rrs/Durotrigian-early Roman 
bbl/dur
Small scale excavations, prior to building operations, revealed a Durotrigian crouched inhumation, a grain storage pit, an oven and several other small features. Six pots were found with the burial, mostly local copies of samian and other Gallo-Belgic forms.
    Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 5, 1992 
: pages 131-132

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