2 edition of Romano-British pottery kilns near Wilderspool found in the catalog.
Romano-British pottery kilns near Wilderspool
K. F. Hartley
Reprinted from The Archaeological Journal, vol.130, 1973.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Cover title: A Roman pottery kiln site at Blaxton Quarry, near Doncaster. Description: 48 pages. Warrington's Roman remains: the Roman fortifications, potters' kilns, iron and glass furnaces, and bronze founders' and enamellers' workshop, discovered at Wilderspool and Stockton Heath, near Warrington by May, ThomasPages:
Hartley, K.F. Painted Fine Wares Made in the Raetian Workshops near Wilderspool, Cheshire. In Anderson, A.C. and A.S. (eds.) Roman Pottery Research in . Large quantities of ceramic finds related to the Romano-British pottery kilns were recovered, as well as Late Iron Age and Saxon assemblages. Notable among the finds is a group of Late Iron Age spearheads associated with the backfill of the defensive enclosure.
The Annexe of the Roman Fort at Slack, West Yorkshire: Excavations by B.R. Hartley in –9 Article in Britannia May with 20 Reads How we measure 'reads'. the pottery industries of roman britain: a review Roman pottery studies in Britain hâve a long history grounded in a tradition of careful description of typo- logy. This has given students of Roman Britain a clearer chronological framework for civilian sites within which to work than is possible in most other provinces of the Roman : Paul S. Middleton.
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Kiln chamber (b) Pottery vessel(s), often inverted, used to support a raised oven-floor. Kiln chamber (c) Permanent integral free-standing pedestal(s) or bollard(s) which may or may not have supported a raised oven-floor.
Kiln chamber (d) A single permanent tongue or long pier, projecting from the centre back of the furnace-chamber and integral. A ROMANO-BRITISH pottery kiln removed intact to the Science Museum, South Kensington, from its original site in Berkshire was exhibited to the public for the first time on December 1.
The kiln. For the Wilderspool kilns: RCHM gazetteer F; Hartley and Webster The principal potters, and their Eden Valley connections, are discussed in McCarthy; Hinchcliffe et al.References.
Hartley and Webster Hartley, K. and Webster, P. V., ‘Romano-British pottery kilns near Wilderspool’, ArchJ, EXCAVATION OF THREE ROMANO-BRITISH POTTERY KILNS IN AMBERWOOD INGLOSURE, NEAR FRITHAM, NEW FOREST By M. FULFORD INTRODUCTION THE three kilns were situated on the slopes of a slight, marshy valley (now marked by a modern Forestry Commission drain) which runs south through the Amberwood Inclosure to the Latchmore File Size: 1MB.
Published in and long out-of-print, The Pottery Kilns of Roman Britain (HMSO, London) by Vivien Swan is a remarkable achievement, marking out Britain as the single province for which such a detailed record of kilns and pottery production Romano-British pottery kilns near Wilderspool book.
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The information and images below are the opinion of the contributor, are not part of the official entry and do not represent the official. Books and journals Rivet, A L F, Smith, C, The Place Names of Roman Britain, (), Swan, V G, The Pottery Kilns of Roman Britain, (), Applebaum, S, 'Transactions of the London and Middlesex Archaeology Society' in Excavations at Brockley Hill, Vol.
10, (), Braithewaite, G, 'Hendon and District Archaeology. Buy A Pair of Fourth-century Romano-British Pottery Kilns near Crambeck. With a Note on the Distribution of Crambeck Ware.
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Oxford: Ashmolean Museum. Post-Medieval Pottery. Draper, J.,Post-Medieval Pottery Aylesbury: Shire. The pottery kilns of Roman Britain. Vivien Grace Swan.
H.M.S.O., - Crafts & Hobbies - pages. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What portable possibly pottery pottery kilns prefabricated probably raised oven-floor rectangular region Roman Britain Romano-British Romano-British kilns Romano-British pottery samian single-chambered.
Hartley K. and Webster P. 'Romano-British Pottery kilns near Wilderspool' JHird L Vuulolanda: the Pre-Hadrianic Pottery Hexham. Hogg A H. A 'Pen Llystyn: a Roman fort and other remains' Archaeol JHunter J. T., Manby T. and Spaul J.
'Recent. Hartley, K F, & Webster, P V, The Romano-British pottery kilns near Wilderspool, Archaeol J77– Thompson, F H, Roman Cheshire, History of Chester 2, 67–88 Hinchliffe, J, & Williams, J H, Roman Warrington.
Excavations at Wilderspool. book review Personal ornaments in prehistory: an exploration of body augmentation from the Palaeolithic to the Early Bronze Age The Romano-British Pottery Kilns near Wilderspool.
Fabric and technology. A range of dark- or red-slipped wares. Fulford defines three variants: Hard, fine fabric which may be highly fired, up to a ‘stone ware’ quality; reduced grey or dark grey core with surface varying from pale yellow-red, through reddish brown to dark red or purple (often on same vessel), with high metallic sheen (from YR /2 to /8; Y 2/0) ; rare inclusions.
Summary. The chamber and part of a stoke hole of a Roman pottery kiln were dug out when a fence was constructed in The site was completely excavated in The kiln was probably in use between AD and The floor was formed of a.
Brief Guide To Some Romano-British Pottery Types Found At Settlements Along The Fen Edge Of Cambridgeshire Pottery is a technique that uses clay to from objects of use to man.
The technique involves shaping them into the required form for the task they are to be used and then heating in a kiln to remove the water and changes them into a. A ROMAN POTTERY KILN, KILN FURNITURE AND NEW VESSEL FORMS FROM ALICE HOLT 1 1 5 cut by the roadside ditch and excavated in Area 3 in three 5m by m slots (Fig.
It was up to m thick in the centre, thinning towards the north and south, and comprised a homo-geneous deposit of very dark greyish-brown toFile Size: 3MB.
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A. D. Lacaille. Vol Part 5.Hartley, K.F and Webster, P.V ‘Romano-British Pottery Kilns near Wilderspool,’ Archaeological JournalHartley, K.F. Painted Fine Wares made at the Rhaetian workshops near Wilderspool, Cheshire.
In A.C Anderson and A.S Anderson (eds) Roman Pottery Research in Britain and North west Europe BAR Suppl Ser.Romano-British and Related: Current Research in Romano-British Coarse Pottery: P apers G iven at a C.B.A.
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