of Roman Pottery Studies
Vol 1, 1986 pages 86-87
Kent - Malcolm Lyne
55 Cullen, P,
'A Roman site at Pysons Road, Ramsgate', Kent Arch Review,
Spring 1983, 2-8.
56 French, D
A & Green, P W, ' late Iron Age site at Thong Lane,
Gravesend', Kent Arch Review, Autumn 1983, 54-68.
large number of illustrations, very detailed.
A C, Rochester l974-75', Arch. Cantiana XCVII,
P4, 'Part I1; The pottery', in Bennett, P, Frere, S S, &
Stow, S, The Archaeology of Canterbury, Vol II Excavations at
Canterbury Castle,1982, 89-168.
A comprehensive pottery report with plenty of illustrated forms
and a particularly good mortaria section.
59 Monaghan, J, An investigation of
the Romano-British pottery industry of the Upchurch marshes', Arch.
Cantiana XCVIII, 1983, 27-49.
bb2(Kent ) /upc
A serious attempt to isolate and identify a genuine Upchurch
industry, using neutron activation analysis. An important
60 Monaghan, J, 'The Woodruff
Collection', Arch. Cantiana XCIX, 1984, 199-217.
col /ptp/40-300/usf ,typ.*
Not published strictly as a 'type series', but could be used as
a limited manner.
61 Ogilvie, .J D, 'The Hammill
Ritual Shaft', Arch. Cantiana XCVIII, 1983,
62 Pollard, R J, 'Two~cremations
of the Roman period from St. Augustine's College, Canterbury',
Arch. Cantiana XCVII, 1982, 318-324.
63 Pyke, J A, London - Essex
stamped ware from Otford', Kent Arch Review
Summer 1983, 26-28.
64 Willson, J, 'A Romano-British
site at Broadstairs', Kent Arch Review, Summer 1983,
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Garrod, D & Willson, J, 'The Roman cemetery at Slade
Green, Bexley', Kent Arch. Review, Winter 1985, 44-48.
277 Gaunt, J
&: parfitt, K, 'Roman cremation burials from Great
Mongeham', Kent Arch. Review, Spring 1986, 69-71.
278 Hart, F
A, 'Excavation of a Saxon grubenhaus and Roman ditch
at Kent Road, St. Mary Cray', Arch. Cantiana Vol CI,
A useful &: Important article dealing with a grubenhaus where
Saxon and late Roman pottery may have been in use together.
Also has visual identification of Alice Holt sherds by M Lyne,
confirmed by chemical analysis.
N C, ed. (with contributions by P Arthur, I Bird, B. Dickinson,
B R Hartley, K F Hartley, M Redknap, V. Rigby, V Tatton-Brown,
& C I Young), 'The Pottery', in Bennett, P, Frere, S S
& Stow, 5, The Archaeology of Canterbury, Vol. 1:
Excavations at Canterbury Castle, Canterbury Arch. Trust/ Kent
Arch. Soc., 1982, 89-168.
A thorough, fundamental report, well illustrated (34 figures of
drawings), with numerous specialist reports, on a substantial
quantity of pottery. The discussion tends to be concentrated
on the proportions of imported
wares. The local wares are presented only as a type series, with
no quantification: this means that despite the detailed
descriptions of the illustrated vessels, there is no way to
judge their relative importance. This problem is undoubtedly
being rectified by more recent work.
Location: records in Royal Museum, Canterbury: pottery: unknown
I, 'Upchurch Fine Ware'. London Archaeologist, Vol 4,
no. 15, 1984, 405-408.
D R J & Hawkes, S C, 'The Thanet gas pipeline Phases
I &: II (Monkton Parish), 1982', Arch. Cantiana Vol
282 Philp, B, 'Luliingstone - Badger finds Roman
burial', Kent Arch. Review, Summer 1985, 245-247.