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Journal of Roman Pottery Studies  Vol 1, 1986 pages 91-92
Peter Webster
137 Boon, S C, 'Excavations on the site of a Roman Quay at Caerleon and its significance', Cambrian Arch Assoc Monographs & Collections : I: Roman Sites (ed, by G C Boon), Cardiff, 1978, 1-24.
exc/mil /10-350/ggp 
sts/cts/ets/bbl/nvc/kww/osc/ox./clm/amp/crc

138
Boon, S C, Brewer, R J, 'Two Central Gaulish Bottles from Pennal, Mer. and Early Roman Movement in Cardigan Bay',  Bull of the Board of Celtic Studies  XXIX, 1980-2, 363-367.
csf/mil/early Roman 
cgg
Location: National Museum of Wales

139
Casey, P J, Caerwent (Venta Silurum): the excavation of the north-west corner tower and an analysis of the structural sequence of the defences', Arch Camb,  CXXXII, 1983, 49-77.exc/mjc,wlt/250-400+
bbl/nvc/osc/rhn /ohm/mro
Location: National Museum of Wales

140
Greene, K,  The Pre-Flavian Fine Wares, a volume in the series: Report on the Excavations at Usk 1965-76,  ed. by N H Manning, 1979, 
exc, syn/mi1/0-70/ typ
tng/cgg/glz/ppr/pff
Location: National Museum of Wales

141
Greep, S J, The Roman coarse pottery from the Fortress Baths at Caerleon,  Undergraduate thesis, Dept. of Archaeology, University College, Cardiff, 1978.
exc/mi1/10-400+ /ggp ,seq bbl/trb/nri/glz/mca/pff/rhn/rgh/rst/shg/oxm/vrm/mro/amp/crl /nfc This will be superceeded by a fuller report in the final publication of the Fortress Baths by S C Boon & 0 Zienkiewicz (National Museum of Wales, forthcoming),
Location: National Museum of Wales

142 Creep, S J, 'The coarse pottery', in Fancy, M, 'A six hundred metre section through Caerwent', Bull of the Board of Celtic Studies,  1983, (209-250), 235-240.
exc/mjc,wlt/70-400+/usf
sts/cts/ets  (listed only)  bbl/lnd/mca/vrr/amp/crl /svv/oxp
Location: Newport Museum, Gwent

143
James, H, 'Excavations at Church Street, Carmarthen, 1976',    Cambrian Arch Assoc Monographs & Collections : I: Roman Sites (ed, by G C Boon), Cardiff, 1978, 63-106.
exc/mjc,wlt/70-400+
sts/cts/ets/bbl/mca/mhm/oxm/vrm/lgm/amp/svv/ngm/crl 
Location: Carmarthen Museum

144
Ling, R & L A, 'Excavations at Logher, Glamorgan: Buildings in the western part of the Roman Fort', Arch Camb. CXXVIII, 1979, 13-39.
exc/mi1/70-140/seq 
sts/cts/bbl
A Fort site with 6 phases within cAD 80-130. Recent excavations will considerably increase the potential of the collection. Pottery consists mainly of local fabrics.
Location: Royal Institution of South Wales, Swansea
    145 Manning, W H, 'The coarse pottery type series', in Manning, W H, Report on the Excavations at Usk 1965-1976: The Fortress Excavations 1968-1976 Appendix, 203-211.
exc/mi1,ptp/40-70/typ 
lcl
This type series of locally produced pottery for the Usk Fortress will be superceded by Greene, forthcoming.
Location; Dept. of Arch., University College, Cardiff; National Museum of Wales

146
Spencer, B, 'Limestone-tempered pottery from South Wales in the late Iron Age and early Roman period', Bull of the Board of Celtic Studies, XXX, 1902-3, 405-419.
syn/various site-types/0-100
lcl
Local S. Wales and/or S.W, limestone-tempered 'native' pottery.
Locations: Various, but mainly National Museum of Wales

147
Vyner, B E, 'Excavations at Great Bulmore, near Caerleon', Cambrian Arch Assoc Monographs and Collections I: Roman Sites led. by G C Boon), Cardiff, 1978, 25-34.
exc/set/250-350
bb1 /osc/oxm/crl
Location: National Museum of Wales

148
Vyner, B E & Evans, & C, 'The excavation of a Roman pottery kiln at Ilanedeyrn, Cardiff', Cambrian Arch Assoc Monographs and Collections I: Roman Sites (ed. by S C Boon), Cardiff, 1978, 120-129. exc,cnl/ptp/250-300
lcg
Local grey ware.
Location: National Museum of Wales

149 Webster, P V, 'The coarse pottery' Typescript and drawings of report on pottery. from the 1968-70 excavations in Carmarthen by G B D Jones & J Little. A copy is in the hands of the Dyfed Arch. Trust.
exc/?mil/mjc ,wlt/70-400+
bbl/nvc/oxf/oxm/amp/svv

150
Webster, P V, 'The Pottery', in Jarrett, M G & Wrathmell, S, Whitten. An Iron Age and Roman Farmstead in South Glamorgan, Cardiff, 1981, Chapter IX, 102-148.
exc/vi1, frm/40-350/seq
sts/cts/bbl/ccc/drb/nvc/oxf/rhn/rgh/rst/shg/vrr/mhm/oxm/vrm/
mro/amp/svv/
cr1/glb
Local products much in evidence.
Location: National Museum of Wales

151
Webster, P V  'The later pottery', in Ehrenberg, M, Price, P & Vale, V, 'The excavation of two Bronze Age round barrows at Welsh St. Donats, South Glamorgan', Bull of the Board of Celtic Studies,  XXIX, 1980-2, (776-842), 811-812.
oth/see below/not dated 
bb1/mro
Small scatter of Roman finds on a Bronze Age site.
Location: National Museum of Wales


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