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Roman pottery in the fifth century: a review of the evidence and its significance

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This paper provides a brief review of the evidence for fifth-century pottery production in a ‘Romano-British’ style. It examines theoretical and methodological issues before discussing a number of case studies. It concludes by reviewing the significance of Roman pottery in post-Roman contexts and directions for future research.

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Author(s): Gerrard J

Editor(s): F.K. Haarer, with R. Collins, K. Fitzpatrick-Matthews, S. Moorhead, D. Petts and P. Walton

Publication type: Book Chapter

Publication status: Published

Book Title: AD410: The History and Archaeology of Late Roman and Post-Roman Britain

Year: 2014

Pages: 89-98

Print publication date: 30/09/2014

Publisher: Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies

Place Published: London


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ISBN: 9780907764403