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Roman Pottery Bibliography

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Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 1, 1986 page 90
Paul Bidwell
115 Leech, R, 'The pottery', in Leech, R, 'The' excavation of a Romano-British farmstead and cemetery on Bradley Hill, Somerton, Somerset', Britannia 12, 1981, 177-252
exc/frm/0-100,250-400+/ggp 
?cts/?ets/bbl/mro/ox f/oxm/shg 
Location: Somerset County Museum

116 Leech, R, 'The pottery, in Leech, R, Excavations at Catsgore 1970-1973,  Bristol, 1982, 149-173 & figs 95-110.
exc/no site type/100-400+/ggp,seq asp/sts/cts/ets/bbl/ccc/glz/26/nvc/nfr/mro/oxf/oxm/svv/?shg
Location: Somerset County Museum Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 3, 1990 page 123
National journals, books and other items
R P Symonds
366 Leech, R, 'The pottery', in 'The Excavation of a Romano-Celtic Temple and a Later Cemetery on Lamyatt Beacon, Somerset', Britannia XVII, (259- 328), 284-293.
exc/rel,cem/mainly 3rd-4th/usf
tsg/bbl/occ/gry/nfr/oxr/oxm/rhn/shg/ 'storage jar' /flg
While the total amount of pottery is not large, it has interesting proportions of fine wares which undoubtedly reflect the curious nature of the site.

Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 4, 1991 page 96
Kevin Crouch
776 Ellis, P, 'Marchey Farm, Wookey', in 'Archaeological watching briefs in Avon & Somerset', Somerset Archaeol Nat Hist, Vol 121, 1977, (103-111), 107-111.
wbf/frm/late lst-4th
bbl/lcg/nfr/oxr/rhn/tsg

777 Ellison, A &: pearson, T, 'Ham Hill, 1975: a watching brief', Somerset Archaeol Nat Hist, Vol. 121, 1977, (97-100), 100.
wbf/unk,mil?/lst
amp/bbl/dur/tsg

778 Leech, R H, 'Romano-British & Medieval settlement at Wearne Huish Episcopi', Somerset Archaeol Nat His:, Vol 120, 1975/6, (45-50), 47-48.
slr,wbf/rrsl3rd-4th
bbl/grc/oxm/orc/tsg

779 Leech, R H, 'Late Iron Age and Romano-British Briquetage sites at Quarrylands Lane, Badgworth', Somerset Archaeol Nat Hist, Vol 121, 1977, (89-96), 91-93.
---/km/late lst-2nd 
bbl/dur/lcg/tsg/bri
Pottery consists primarily of jars with bead rims and bowls with flanged or rolled rims. Kiln furniture also present. 3rd & 4th also present. Other pottery kiln sites discussed first examined in the 1840's.
    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 July 2009
1880 J. TIMBY, The pottery. In: S. Rippon, Coastal trade in Roman Britain: the investigation of Crandon Bridge, Somerset, a Romano-British trans-shipment port beside the Severn estuary. Britannia 39, 2008, (103-119) 85-144.

1881 F. WILD, The samian ware. In: S. Rippon, Coastal trade in Roman Britain: the investigation of Crandon Bridge, Somerset, a Romano-British trans-shipment port beside the Severn estuary. Britannia 39, 2008, (104-105) 85-144.


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