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545 Swan, V G, 'Comments on Inveresk Ware', in entry no 544,
This is a distinctive grouping of oxidised wares covering such a wide range of vessel-forms that they are interpreted as local products. Severn Valley ware seems to have been

Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 3, 1990 pages 111
Colin Wallace
Gillings, Mark, 'Roman pottery in Scotland', Ph.D. Thesis, University of Bradford, in preparation. See also entry no 536, above.
chm, syn/mil, ind, kin, ptp/concentrating on the Antonine period.
"A study looking at the questions of and mechanisms for the production and supply of ceramics to the frontier zone through a linked analytical programme of Neutron Activation Analysis and Thin Section Petrology. "The so called locally produced coarse wares from Bearsden, Croy Hill, Bar Hill, Inveresk, Duntocher and Cramond are being studied along with the mortaria which Kay Hartley has suggested have origins in the frontier zone. As well as the pottery both clay sources and daubs are being analysed in an effort to overcome the problems caused by an absence of reliable kiln material".

Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 5, 1992 page 137
    Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 5, 1992 page 143
Steve Willis - re-entered after 1174

Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 11, 2004 page 141

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 July 2009
1894 C. WALLACE, The Roman pottery. In: A. Leslie/G. MacGregor/P. R. J. Duffy, Excavation of the defensive ditches at Balmuildy Roman fort, Glasgow, 1999. Scottish Archaeological Journal 29.2, 2007, (141-143) 113-154.

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