Aspects of Kentish Local History

Finds from the excavation of Eccles Roman Villa, Kent
First-century pottery manufacture at Eccles, Kent  by Alec Detsicas
   Roman Pottery Studies in Britain and Beyond. Papers presented to John Gillam, BAR30 Oxford, 19-36

Pictures of number 5 sherd illustrated in the article above

Fairly smooth light-grey fabric, no sand, with a rudimentary foot-ring; pitted and badly distorted. Inside the base, two concentric circles enclosing a rouletted ring, which contains a potter's stamp; so far this stamp has not been read, but it is complete apart from a small chip at one corner - it may, of course, face in the opposite direction from that shown on Fig. 3.1.

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