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Roman Pottery Bibliography

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Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 2, 1989 pages 118/9
Maggi Darling
294 Darling, M I (with contributions by B Dickinson, B R Hartley,
K F Hartley & D F Williams), Roman Pottery from the Upper
Defences, The Archaeology of Lincoln
Vol XVI-2, 43-100.
exc/mil,mjc/40-400+/usf,seq
amp/sts/cts/ets/bbl/dal/nri/lnd/mca/nvc/rhn/rst/shg/lcn/vrr/nvm/
mhm/clm/mro/prs/lyc/stv/lls
Pottery from sections across defences, Legionary period onwards, but bulk from colonia rampart. Fairly large groups of late 1st & Antonine period. No 4th C. pottery. Quantified for fabrics. Re-assessment of published pottery from Lincoln & other sites in microfiche.
Location Trust for Lincolnshire Archaeology (ultimately to go to Lincolnshire Museums Service); fiche print-out available from Trust

295
Field, N, 'Romano-British pottery kilns in the Trent Valley', Lincs. Hist. & Arch. Vol 19, 1984, 100-102.
exc/ptp/140-190/useful only for details of kiln structures
grg
Initial publication of 3 kilns with photographs & description at Green Lane, Lea & at Newton-on-Trent(2). No site plans or sections. Pottery to follow in work by I Samuels.
Location: Lincs City & County Museum

296
Field. N & Hurst, H, 'Roman Horncastle', Lincs. Hist. & Arch. Vol 18, 1983, 47-88.
exc,flw,csf/wltIl4O-400+/typ
cts/dal/hcs/oxr/rst/shg/lcn/mhm (stamped ICOTASCUS)/swm/ ?scq/swc
Virtually the only publication of any quantity of pottery from Lincs. outside Lincoln - at least instructive for Horncastle. Of value for assessment of the spread of Swanpool products. Of local concern & hampered by lack of stratified and/or dated material.
Location: Lincs City & County Museum

Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 4, 1991 page 95
Maggi Darling
766 Darling, M J & Jones, M J, 'Early Settlement at Lincoln', Britannia, Vol 19, 1988, (1-57), 9-37 & 46-50. 
exc/njc,mil/lst BC-late lst,early 2nd AD/typ
amp/blg/btb/ccc/esh/grf/gro/hft/ira/lcn/llm/lls/lcg/lom/lox/lyc/
ppr/mf/rst/sts/ass/tng/Painted ware/sW (on coarse ware)
This report publishes an important small group of Iron Age to early Roman pottery, the first evidence for Iron Age occupation in the immediate environs of Lincoln. Since the Iron Age pottery was extensively disturbed by later occupation, it is published in groups according to the certainty of identification as Iron Age rather than early Roman (61 illustrations). The identifiably early Roman pottery was similarly disturbed, and is published as a type series (53 illustrations). These groups are supplemented by a selection of mid 1st century vessels of Iron Age type from a site adjacent to the west defences of the fortress, one vessel being an import from the North Bucks/Northants area (7 illustrations).
The only quantification feasible due to the small size and nature of the groups, particularly quantities of shell-tempered wares, was sherd count which is used to illustrate the changing assemblages over the initial phases of the site occupation. All vessels are catalogued fully with fabric descriptions and site contexts to relate them to the excavation section in the report. All the South Gaulish samian is fully reported with sherd count and weight by context.
    Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 11, 2004 page 139


In future the bibliography will not be printed in JRPS, but will be an exclusively on-line resource. New contributions are listed below
Joanna Bird June 2008
1457  STEANE, K., JONES, M.J., VINCE, A., DARLING, M. J. and YOUNG, J. Discussion. In: K. Steane/M. J. Darling/M. J. Jones/J. Mann/A. Vince/J. Young, The archaeology of the Upper city and adjacent suburbs. Lincoln Archaeological Studies 3 (Oxford 2006), 267-287.

Joanna Bird July 2009
1872 M. J. DARLING, Pottery and other fired clay items. In: P.Boyer/J. Proctor/R. Taylor-Wilson, On the boundaries of occupation: excavations at Burringham Road, Scunthorpe and Baldwin Avenue, Bottesford, North Lincolnshire. Pre-Construct Archaeology Ltd Monograph 9, London, 37-55.


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