|794 Perrin, J
R, Roman Pottery from the Colonia 2: General Accident and
Rougier Street, The Archaeology of York: The Pottery, 16/4,
1990, 241-373 (complete fascicule).
exc/twn/mid 2nd-4th/ggp,typ amp/bbl/bb2/clm/cram/ebo/fcp/gry/ktm/Inm/mhm/mrb/mca/
This is the second York Archaeological Trust report on Roman
pottery (cf JRPS 3, entry no. 534, for the first). As the
author states, much of the pottery was from unsealed levels, but
nonetheless it is an extremely useful publication, especially
for 2nd century material. The full quantification data is on
microfiche but there is a clear summary on p249, and there are
13 tables in the text showing minimum numbers of vessels by
fabric and form. The report is very clearly set out, easy to use
and, perhaps most important, readable: it will undoubtedly be
useful to archaeologists in general, and not merely to pottery
795 Williams, D F, 'Amphorae from York', in entry no.
exc/mil,twn/lst BC-4th AD/ggp
This is a general summary of amphorae from York sites, including
material from the General Accident and Rougier Street sites.
There are very useful comments on individual forms, but it is a
pity there are not more illustrations.
796 Rigby, V, 'An Amphora Sherd from the Beadlam Roman
Villa', in Price, J & Wilson, PR (eds), with C S Briggs
and S J Hardman, Recent Research in Roman Yorkshire, Brit
Archaeol Rep Brit Ser 193, 1988, 313-321.
A Dressel type 1 amphora from outside the area of their known
797 Sumpter, A, 'Iron Age and Roman at Dalton
Parlours', in Price, I & Wilson, P R (eds), with C S
Briggs and S I Hardman, Recent Research in Roman Yorkshire, But
Archaeol Rep Brit Ser 193, 1988, (171-196), 179, 188-9 &
exc/vil/Iron Age, 2nd AD, and esp. 3rd & 4th
A review article, not illustrated. An entry for the more
detailed publication on this site will appear in JRPS 5.
798 Wilson, P R (ed), The Crambeck Roman Pottery
Industry, Roman Antiquit Sect, Yorkshire Archaeol Soc, 1989.
exc,syn/kln/late 3rd-late 4th,early 5th/ggp,typ
A re-issue of Philip Corder's original reports together with
recent work by Jeremy Evans, et al. It is very useful to
have brought together all the available work on Crambeck
pottery, but a great shame that it was
"Perfect"-bound: my copy is a heap of loose sheets.
799 Evans, J, 'Crambeck: the development of a major
northern pottery industry', in entry no. 798, 43-90.
syn/kln/late 3rd-late 4th,early 5th cm
The results of recent research on the distribution and marketing
of Crambeck pottery, and fabric characterization.
of Roman Pottery Studies
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of Roman Pottery Studies
Vol 5, 1992 pages 141
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11 2004 pages 140-41