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Figure 1: Drag. 27 vessel (no. 145 from Usk) to demonstrate method for calculating optimum fill (Opt). Drawing by W. Baddiley adapted from Tyers (1993, 157). Reproduced with permission from Tyers.

Figure 2: Drag. 27 vessel (no. 145 from Usk) to demonstrate method for calculating volume according to a series of 'steps'. Drawing by W. Baddiley adapted from Tyers (1993, 157). Reproduced with permission from Tyers.

Figure 3: Four vessel form types with dual classifications, according to Greene: a Lyon ware cup/bowl (LW 12.3) from (Greene 1979, 32), an Usk ware flagon/jug (U7), and two jar/beakers (U14a and U14b) from (Greene 1993, 13-24). Reproduced with permission from Greene and University of Wales Press.

Figure 4: The silverware vessels from the House of the Menander in Pompeii, used in the analyses in this article. Drawings by S. Bird from Painter (2001, 46-47, figs 2 and 3). Reproduced courtesy of the Pompeii Research Committee.

Figure 5: Four glassware vessels from Colchester used in the analyses in this article, with calculation areas indicated. Vessels numbered using Cool and Price catalogue numbers (1994, 49, 67, 81, 91). Drawings by W. Baddiley, adapted from Cool and Price (1994, 49, 67, 81, 91) and reproduced with permission from the Colchester Archaeological Trust.

Figure 6: Seventeen Drag. 27 vessels from Usk with calculation areas indicated. Drawings by W. Baddiley, adapted from Tyers (1993, 147-60) and reproduced with permission from Tyers.

Figure 7: Four Lyon ware cups (L1.2a, L1.2b, L1.4a and L1.4b) and three Lyon ware beakers (L20.1, L20.4 and L20.5) from Usk, showing calculation areas. Drawings by W. Baddiley, adapted from Greene (1979, 28-34) and reproduced with permission from Greene and University of Wales Press.

Figure 8: All Usk ware vessel form types used in the analyses in this article, with calculation areas indicated. Drawings by W. Baddiley, adapted from Greene (1993, 12-15) and reproduced with permission from Greene.

Figure 9: Graph showing vessels and vessel form types with capacities of less than 1 litre, grouped according to capacity.

Figure 10: Graph showing vessels and vessel form types with capacities of greater than 1 litre, grouped according to capacity.


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