This paper includes an interactive section that encourages the readers to manipulate the data for themselves. In addition to the standard graphs and maps above, there are also three maps that allow readers to interrogate the datasets used in this paper. The first map allows the reader to explore the distributions of Lincoln, Torksey and Stamford wares within the standard Lincolnshire geography. There are menus that the reader can select to investigate both the amounts and the different types of pottery found at each site. The second interactive map allows the readers to compare the distribution of pottery with the Domesday acreage for the pottery sites (Foster and Longley 1924). This map also includes the distribution of coinage (Blackburn et al. 1983) and sculpture (Everson and Stocker 1999). The third map incorporates the same features as the first map, but presents them within the framework of the time-distance maps discussed below. This allows the reader to interpret the distributions in terms of the number of days it would take to travel from the kiln sites to the consumption sites.
 These maps were derived from the East Midlands Pottery Project database (Vince and Young 1991) which as yet has only mapped sites in Lincolnshire. This database is continually being updated as new material is excavated and researchers should contact Dr Alan Vince or Jane Young for any recent additions.
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