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

4.7 Fired clay

L. Griffin

The fired clay amounted to 101 fragments weighing 210g. All was identified as daub and, although the majority of pieces were small, they had previously been divided into two fabric types (A, B), and thin-sections taken (see Table 13).


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