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Pottery from Warsop Westfield

 

Drawings of a small selection of the more identifiable pottery sherds from phase one of the Westfield Farm excavation 2016.

The initials, indicating the fabric types, are taken from the National Roman Fabric Reference Collection (Tomber and Dore 1988)

Form D 31

plain Samian bowl

 

 

 

 

 

Greyware

strainer

 

 

 

Examples of 3 types

of beaker

Colour-coated,

Nene Valley ware.

 

large greyware jug

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Greyware cooking

pot with an unusual

rim profile

 

 

 

 

Derbyshire ware

storage jars

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These few sherds demonstrate the diversity of ceramic and glass vessles which were in use at this location.

 

 

 

A spindle -whorl made by

re-using a broken sherd of

Romano-British greyware

Pottery

 

 

 

 

 

 

A bronze object as yet unidentified.

 

Part of a decorated Tegula, a

Romano-British roof tile.The upper surface is soot blackened,

probably from fire after a roof collapse.

 

 

Part of the base of a Samian bowl

made in Gaul around AD 180.

It shows the stamp with the potters

name - CLEMENS.

 

 

 

Recent excavation showing part of

an oven constructed from clay.

It is not yet known what this may have been used to cook.

 

 

 

 

A sherd of Samian pottery with a

traditional 'ormalu' pattern on the

external decoration.

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     Part of stone structure in trench 08

 

  Stone loom weight used in weaving ...

   

   Lug,  part of a Romano-British ceramic vessel

 

   South facing section of ditch in trench 07