|+483 Green, C
M, 'Appendix 1: Analyses of Roman pottery types from Poverest
Road, Orpington', in Palmer, S, Excavation of the Roman and
Saxon site at Orpington, 1984, 31-46.
An unstratified collection (see the discussion of the
"stratification" on page 4) from a poorly excavated
bathhouse. Some pottery illustrated, but unrelated to the
Location: Orpington Museum
484 Meates, Lt-Col G W, Meates, Lt-Col G W, The Roman
at Lullingstone, Kent, Volume II The Wall Paintings &
Finds, Kent Archaeological Society Monograph Series
III, 1987. See entry nos 485 for pottery details.
exc/vil,frm/late 1st BC-early 5th AD/ggp,usf,typ
Location: HBMCE stores, Lullingstone Villa Guardianship
485 Pollard, R J, 'The Other Roman Pottery', in entry
no 484,164-302. (Report written by Pollard in 1982). For site
& location details, see entry no 484. Some late 1st BC-pre-Flavian;
mostly late 1st AD-early 5th AD
cts/ach/asg/ass/ccc ("Rhenish")/clc/kww (lower
nvc/nfc/owc/orc/rhn/nvr (?lower Rhineland)/rgh/occ/mca/gIz/
5 undesignated types; North Gaulish (Anderson);
miscellaneous forms including 'flower pot', chimney &
A wide range of forms and fabrics, both divided into type
series: there are eleven classes of forms, 80 fabrics, and over
400 illustrations. There are several very rare continental
imports along with exotic and local R-B products. The report
includes an amphora with painted inscription, three amphora
stamps, and numerous graffiti (including two on tiles), with
comments by Charles Thomas (278-280) on Christian symbolism.
There is a summary of ceramic discs/counters cut from pots and
tiles. There is a general discussion of the pottery (281-3):
there were 56 stratified groups, probably all incomplete owing
to discarding by the excavator and the method of storage, which
is described: the dating has some discrepancies with Meates'
Volume I (The Excavations). See also a critical review by S S
From in Archaeologia Cantiana, 104, (1987), 410-412.
||486 Simpson, G,
'The Decorated and Plain Samian Pottery', in entry no 484,
153-164. For site & location details, see entry no
Claudian-Neronian to early 3rd
The illustrations include 22 mould-decorated pieces, 3 plain
vessels (two with cut-glass decoration and a 'barrel-shaped'
beaker), and 11 stamps.
Them am 82 descriptions, divided by chronological period and
source, and subdivided by provenance in the excavation. The
stamp descriptions do not use the notation used by Hartley &
Dickinson. Them are some conflicts between this report and the
identifications referred to by Meates in Volume I (The
Excavations). (See article by G. Simpson in this volume).
Them is a table of incidences of forms by source region (SG/CG-EG)
and period, the total being some 387 vessels, including a
relatively high proportion from East Gaul, although some vessels
are left as either CG or EG.
487 Monaghan, J, 'Decoy Farm, High Halstow', Archaeologia
Cantiana 99 (for 1983), 1984, 279.
* This is "West Stow" type ware with ring-stamp R2.6
(as in Rodwell, W, in B.A.R. 57, 1978, 248-254).
A note on a brief excavation, noteworthy for the occurrence of
the stamped sherd.
Location: Rochester Museum
*488 Monaghan, J & Connell, E P. 'The Kiln at New
Ash Green', Archaeologia Cantiana 103, 1986, 241-243.
The kiln structure is described with a plan and a longitudinal
section. "Little directly associated kiln waste".
Location: do E P Connell, 110, Manor Forstal, New Ash Green,
Longfield, DA3 8JQ
489 Parfitt, K, 'Pottery', in 'A Roman occupation
site near Sandwich', Kent Archaeological Review 67,
Shring 1982, (150-159), 154-159.
exc/rur/Iron Age + lst-2nd AD
An assemblage of 88 sherds; four pottery illustrations.
Location: Dover Town Museum
*490 J Perkins, D R J, 'Appendix III', in 'The
Monkton Gas Pipeline, Phases III and IV, l983-4',Archaeologia
Cantiana 102, 1985, (43-69), 61-66, with a 'Note on the
smooth grey ware pottery from the Thorne Farm site', by J
Location: not given