This group is used for sherds which were clearly overfired or deformed; where the original fabric was identifiable it is given in the database table.
|Bowls||Type 1, Type 15|
|Jars||Type 2, Type 16, Type 17|
Shallow bowl with sharp carination and flaring rim, cf. Fig. 18.104.22.168.
Impasto bowl type 9. Paralleled in Montanari 1929, IV Pl.10 No.4. Date: mid 7th century.
Carinated bowl with an everted rim with a groove on the upper surface, cf. Fig. 22.214.171.124.
Plain everted rim with or without lid seating (cf. Perkins and Walker 1990, fig. 29.9-10).
Incurving wall with up-turned and thickened rim, similar to type 6 (cf. Perkins and Walker 1990, fig. 31.1).
Fig. 137. Jar type 16
© P Perkins 1997
Everted rim with slight hook and sharp angles, cf. Fig. 126.96.36.199 (similar to Coarseware 1 jar type 5, Perkins and Walker 1990, fig. 30.8-12).