Catalogue of the Roman pottery in the Colchester and Essex Museum

by Colchester and Essex Museum.

Publisher: Printed on behalf of the Colchester Corporation at the University Press in Cambridge

Written in English
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At head of title: Borough of Colchester.

Statementby Thomas May.
ContributionsMay, Thomas., Colchester. Council.
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Open LibraryOL14305689M

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T-D. Clarke Chairman The Curator, Colchester and Essex Museum, The Castle, Colchester. Tripp Honorary Secret Lexden Road, Colchester T: Mr. Fawn Honorary Treasurer 2, Silvanus Close, Colchester. T: The reports deals with nearlysherds (2 tonnes) of post-Roman pottery from the excavations in Colchester between and To fill gaps in the excavated material, the study also draws on some largely unpublished material in the Colchester Museum.

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Cotter, Catherine Hills, M. Hughes, Colchester Archaeological Trust starting at $ potters mark, CINTVSMIM, on the inside of the base. In Thomas Mays book Catalogue of the Roman pottery in the Colchester and Essex Museum (), there are two potters stamps on sigilata with similar names, CINTVS and CINTS SS.A, The first whose stamps have been found beside kilns at St Bonnet, Lavoye, Ittenweiler and Rheinzabern, dated AD 03/13/20 Roman and Medieval Artefacts | University of Kent A catalogue of Roman military equipment in the National Museum of Wales - Chapman, Evan M., National Museum of Wales, Book Camerton: the late Iron Age and early Roman metalwork - Jackson, Ralph, Compton, Philip, Cowell, Michael, Book.

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This book examines how Romans used their pottery and the implications of these practices on the archaeological record.

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Large format paperback. pages. Includes many photographs, perspective draw. In its second edition, [it] is still one of the most accessible and authoritative pottery manuals [and] will be of interest to any scholar of the Roman period who finds herself faced with a table of potsherds or [trying] to get to grips with the value of pottery evidence.' Astrid Van Oyen Source: The Journal of Cited by: 8 Oct - Explore markpatton's board "Contested Territories: Essex in the 1st Century AD" on Pinterest.

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