Table 1: Abbreviations used for pottery classes (and other materials) with French and English definitions. Note that in France and Belgium, pottery 'fabric' is identified by two different criteria: the category, which is defined by production technique, typology, function, period; and the characteristics of the paste (i.e. colour, breaks and inclusions). (E.g. TS-SG = South Gaulish terra sigillata, TS-CG = Central Gaulish terra sigillata, EN-SG = South Gaulish colour-coated ware, EN-LY = colour-coated Lyon ware, etc.).
Table 2: Sites, total of graves at each site, and bibliography. (Dating: Roman numerals refer to the century, Arabic numerals refer to quarter-century phases)
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