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Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 2, 1989 page 119
Paul Bidwell
301 Allason-Jones, L & Gillam, I P, 'Roman Pottery from Hadrian's Wall Turret 27A', Arch. Aeliana Series 5, Vol 10, 1982, 199-200.
exc/mil/c 122-126/seq
gry
From the turret at Chesters demolished following the fort decisian.
Location: Museum of Antiquities, Newcastle upon Tyne

302
Dore, J N, 'The pottery', in Haigh, D & Savage, M, 'Sewingshields', Arch. Aeliana Series 5, Vol 12, 1984, (33-147), 108-124.
exc/mil/c 122-4th/seq
amp/cts/ets/bbl/bb2/dal/eyk/gry/mro
Pottery from Milecastle 35, mostly late 3rd & 4th century.
Location: Museum of Antiquities, Newcastle upon Tyne

303
Guam, JP, Jobey, I & Ramsey, F, 'The pottery', in Chariton, B & Mitcheson, M, 'The Roman Cemetery at Petty Knowes, Rochester, Northumberland', Arch. Aeliana Series 5, Vol 12, 1984, (1-31), 22-28.
exc/mil,cem/early 2nd-early 4th/usf
bbl/bb2/gry/nvc/rgh
Includes complete vessels.
Location: Museum of Antiquities, Newcastle upon Tyne

Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 3, 1990 page 104
Paul Bidwell
508Bidwell, P T, with contributions by H Pengelly, B M Dickinson, K F Hartley, J Evans & D F Williams, The Roman Fort of Vindolanda, HBMC Archaeological Report No. 1, 1985, 165-205 & microfiche lA4-1G7 & 2bl-2b14.
exc/mil/---/ggp,seq ass/sts/mvs/cts/ets/ccc/clc/nvc/orc/?mrb/rhn/rgh/?scc/mca/
bbl/bb2/grc/shg/clm/cbm/eym/glm/llm/lgm/mhm/nvm/
nem/oxm/vrm/mro/fcp/dal/drb/eyk/gft/lnd/prs/svv 
The pottery is derived principally from levels of the 3rd and 4th centuries, from a sequence of occupation commencing with the construction of Stone Fort 2 in c 223-5. The dating evidence for the 3rd century levels is particularly useful and gives rise to a discussion of the date of introduction of certain BB1 types and of certain E. Yorkshire types. There is also extended discussion of Severn Valley ware, Guam Type 151 and mortaria. Over 400 vessels are illustrated and there is a full catalogue. Location: Vindolanda Museum

509 Jobey I & Jobey, G, 'Prehistoric, Romano-British and later remains on Murton High Crags, Northumberland', Archaeologia Aeliana Series 5, 15, 1987, (151-198), 180-182.
exc/rur/not closely dateable amp/sts/bbl
The inds include native pottery, probably of the Roman
period.
Location: unknown
     Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 4, 1991 page 100
Reviews in national journals
Richard Pollard & (*) R P Symonds
 824 Review of Bidwell, P T, The Roman Fort of Vindolanda at Chesterholm, Northumberland (1985), by Pitts, L F, Antiq J, Vol 67, (1), 1987, 172-3. (JRPS 3, entry no. 508)

825 Review of Bidwell, P T, The Roman Fort of Vindolanda at Chesterholm, Northumberland (1985), by Breeze, D, Archaeol J, Vol. 145, 1988 (publ. 1989), 421-2. (JRPS 3, entry no. 508)

*826
Review of Bidwell, P T, The Roman Fort of Vindolanda at Chesterholm, Northumberland (1985), by Maxfield, V A, Britannia, Vol 19, 1988, 510-2. (JRPS 3, entry no. 508)

*827
Review of Bishop, M C & Dore, J N, Corbridge: Excavations of the Roman Fort and Town 1947-80 (1988), by Boon, G, Britannia, Vol 21,1990,408-9.

Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 5, 1992 pages 135

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