4. Material Culture

Overview | Flint | Prehistoric pottery | Briquetage | Roman and later pottery | Ceramic objects | Ceramic building material | Fired clay | Clay pipe | Metalwork | Worked stone | Glass

4.11 Glass

L. Griffin

The glass assemblage amounted to 52 shards of vessel glass, seven fragments of window glass and two marbles, all together weighing 995g. In the main, the material was of modern date, although a small amount could be attributed to the post-medieval period with the earliest material being fragments of an onion bottle of 17th-century date. All came from ploughsoil/subsoil or contexts formed over the tops of earlier features and containing other post-medieval or modern material.


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