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Extended Bibliography for Pottery Students.
This is the fourth and final section of the bibliography compiled and kindly supplied by Mr F K Annable, the curator of the Museum at Devizes.
POTTERY OF THE ROMAN PERIOD:
|Wheeler R E M and Wheeler T V||Verulamium. A Belgic and Two Roman Cities (as above).|
|Hawkes C F C||Camulodunum (as above).|
|Oswald F and Pryce T||Introduction to the study of Terra Sigillata. Longmans 1920.|
|? Oswald F||Samian Potters' Stamps.|
|Kenyon, K M||Excavations at Jewry Wall Site, Leicester. Soc. of Ant. of London Res. Rept.XV.|
|Bushe-Fox J P||Excavations at Richborough. Soc. of Ant. Rept. London, Nos. VI, VII, X, XVI.|
|Bushe-Fox J P||Excavations at Roman Town at Wroxeter. Soc. of Ant. of London Res. Reports I, II, IV.|
|Collingwood R G||The Archaeology of Roman Britain.|
|Annable F K||The Romano-British Pottery at Cantley, Doncaster. Doncaster Museum. 1960.|
|Annable F K||A Romano-British Pottery in Savernake Forest. Kilns 1-2, W.A.M. 58, Dec. 1962.|
|Sumner Heywood||Excavations at the New Forest Pottery Sites.|
|Simpson G and Stanfield J A||Central Gaulish Potters. Univ. of Durham, 1958.|
|Hawkes C F C||An Unusual Find in the New Forest Potteries at Linwood, Hants. Antiquaries Journal Vol. XVIII, No. 2.|
|Corder P||The Roman Pottery at Crambeck, Castle Howard. Roman Malton and Dist. Rept. No. 1.|
|Gillam J P,||Derbyshire Ware. Antiquaries Journal Vol. XIX, Oct. 1939, No. 4.|
|Hayes R H. and Whitley Sir E||The Roman Pottery at Norton, E. Yorks. Roman Malton and Dist. Rept. No. 7.|
The full series:
- Part 1: Pottery of the Windmill Hill Cultures.
- Part 2: Pottery of the Secondary Neolithic Cultures.
- Part 3: Pottery of the Bronze Age and Iron Age.
- Part 4: Pottery of the Roman Period.