3. Results

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The results of analysis are discussed below, according to ceramic phase. Tables 3-7 provide general information concerning assemblage composition for all seven phases; on changing functional composition through time (Table 3); proportions of individual pottery forms through time (Table 4); proportions of amphorae through time (Table 5); functional composition by excavated area through time (Table 6); and quantities of amphorae in individual assemblages (Table 7). Further tables are provided for each phase for a) proportions of individual form types by area and b) the functional composition of each assemblage. Finally, the full dataset is available to download.

To ease visual interpretation in correspondence analysis, pottery forms have been colour coded according to general perceived function (see Table 1), with features and excavated areas being similarly coded according to the zoning of the site (blue = northern, red = central, green = southern and purple = peripheral). Feature types are indicated by a prefix (P = pits, D = ditches, G = gullies, T = trench, H = hearth, W = well, KP = kiln pedestal, and KS = kiln stoke pit). An overview of the main trends is presented in Table 8.


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