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Figure 1: London type series forms used in this study, organised into study morphological categories (see Table 2). The first number in the vessel label indicates which numbered form group it belongs to (see Table 1). The colour coding matches the simplified study fabric categories in the 'KEY'. For definitions of individual form codes see Table 4. Examples illustrated show complete profiles and do not necessarily reflect the full range of variation within a form code. Relative scale of forms based on their mean rim diameter (see Table 5 and Figure 2).

Figure 2: Chart of mean rim diameters (mm) for forms used in this study. Colour-coded by London form group: blue = group 4; grey = group 5; black = group 6.

Figure 3: Chart of simplified fabric data for each group 4 form, indicating the percentage of records of each form falling into each fabric category.

Figure 4: Chart of simplified fabric data for each group 5 form, indicating the percentage of records of each form falling into each fabric category.

Figure 5: Chart of simplified fabrics for each group 6 form, indicating the percentage of records of each form falling into each fabric category. Group 4 form 4Marsh35 included for comparison because of its small mean rim diameter.

Figure 6: Plot of form mean rim diameter (mm) against the percentage of records of each form in coarse-ware fabrics. Forms labelled by London form group (symbol shape) and study fabric category (symbol colour).

Figure 7: Plot of form mean rim diameter (mm) against the percentage of records of each form in coarse-ware fabrics. Forms labelled by study morphological category (see Table 2 for codes).

Figure 8: Plot of the percentage of records of each form with 'abrasion' against the percentage of records of each form with 'wear'. Forms labelled by London form group (symbol shape) and study fabric category (symbol colour). Key forms mentioned in the text labelled individually (see Table 4 for codes).

Figure 9: Chart of the number of records for each form used in this study with 'wear'. Colour-coded by study fabric category: red = 'Fine samian'; black = 'Fine other'; green = 'Mixed'; purple = 'Coarse'.

Figure 10: Plot of the percentage of records for each form with 'abrasion' against the percentage of records for each form with 'wear'. Forms labelled by study morphological category (see Table 2 for codes).

Figure 11: Plot of form mean rim diameter (mm) against the percentage of records for each form with 'wear'. Forms labelled by study morphological category (see Table 2). Forms within morphological category B2 mentioned in the text are labelled individually (see Table 4 for codes).

Figure 12: Plot of the percentage of records for each form with 'burning' against the percentage of records for each form with 'sooting'. Forms labelled by London form group (symbol shape) and study fabric category (symbol colour).

Figure 13: Chart of the number of records for each form used in this study with 'sooting'. Excludes forms with fewer than 5 records of 'sooting'. Colour-coded by London form group: blue = Group 4; grey = Group 5; black = Group 6.

Figure 14: Plot of form mean rim diameter (mm) against the percentage of records for each form with 'sooting'. Forms labelled by study morphological category (see Table 2 for codes).

Figure 15: Plot of the percentage of records for each form with 'burning' against the percentage of records for each form with 'sooting'. Forms labelled by base/foot type (see Figure 1 and Table 4).

Figure 16: Plot of the percentage of records for each form with 'burning' against the percentage of records for each form with 'sooting'. Forms labelled by study morphological category with individual forms labelled for categories B3, B4, B5 and P3 (see Table 2 for codes).

Figure 17: Plot of the percentage of records for each form with 'burning' against the percentage of records for each form with 'sooting'. Forms labelled according to presence and type of evidence for the use of a lid (see Table 4 for codes).

Figure 18: Plot of bowl and dishes forms within morphological categories B3, B4, B5 and P3 on the basis of the percentage of records for each form with 'abrasion' against percentage of records for each form with 'sooting'. Forms labelled individually and according to their study morphological category (symbol shape; see Table 2 for codes) and date (symbol colour).


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