2 edition of Romano-British pottery at Cantley Housing Estate, Doncaster,kilns 1-8. found in the catalog.
Romano-British pottery at Cantley Housing Estate, Doncaster,kilns 1-8.
Frederick Kenneth Annable
by Doncaster Museum & Art Gallery
Written in English
Includes The rustic Ware, by F.H.Thomson, The Mortaria stamps, by E.Birley and Samian pottery, by Grace Simpson.
|Series||Doncaster. Museum and Art Gallery. Publications;no.24|
|The Physical Object|
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uncovering a hall belonging to the Dark Ages, but then sherds of unmistakable Neolithic pottery were discovered together with organic material that was dated to c bc. Rather than housing a Dark Age lord and his retinue, the Balbridie hall may have sheltered an extended family of the first farmers. Doncaster itself lies about mi north of London. miles ( km) -> SouthWest Wikipedia Category - Uk Place; Conanby. Conanby is a housing estate and suburb of Conisbrough in the Metropolitan Borough of Doncaster, South Yorkshire, England. It lies north of Old Road in Conisbrough on the border with the civil parish of Denaby.
When the new Brynhyfryd Park housing estate was erected in a large amount of Roman pottery was found, along with post holes, ditches, and a hollow-way track. The pottery spanned a huge time period, from the 1st to the 4th century, though . Roman Pottery Kilns at Cantley Housing Estate, 38 Doncaster. Kilns 1 - 8. Annable, F.K. Roman Pottery Kilns at Cantley Housing Estate, 38 Doncaster. Kilns 9 - Gilmour, E.F. Roman Remains and Roads in West Yorkshire Raistrick, A. 31 Roman Remains at Whorlton 21
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Vivien always wished that the gazetteer of The Pottery Kilns of Roman Britain could be made more widely available.
Originally printed on microfiche, a limited run of hard copies was produced by Oxbow books but, like the book itself, was out-of- print. In recent years the importance of updating this gazetteer had also become clear, but her.
Romano-British pottery at Cantley Housing Estate this from a library. The Romano-British pottery at Cantley Housing Estate, Doncaster, kilns. [Frederick Kenneth Annable]. The Romano-British Pottery at Cantley Housing Estate, Doncaster: Kilns 1—8.
Doncaster Museum and Art Gallery Publication no. BB: Black-burnished ware. BB1: Black-burnished ware. Category 1 (see Glossary). Buckland, P. A Romano-British Pottery Kiln Site at Branton, near Doncaster.
Yorkshire Archaeol. 48 (), Several of the principal sources of coarse pottery in Roman Britain have recently been subject to review. The extensive groups of kilns, largely in Cantley parish, 2 km south-east of Doncaster (FIG. I), have, however, tended to be neglected due to publication delays.
Some Cited by: 7. Late Roman pottery kilns at Goodison Boulevard, Cantley, Doncaster: excavations by JR Lidster in and Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Roman Studies January with. The Romano-British Romano-British pottery at Cantley Housing Estate at Cantley Housing Estate, Doncaster.
Kilns 1–8, Doncaster Museum Publications, 24, Doncaster. Ashbee, P. The Fussell's Lodge Long Barrow excavationsArchaeologia,1 A pair of fourth-century Romano-British pottery kilns near Crambeck. Doncaster Rovers FC Official A3 Donny Football Wall Calendar Published by Global Merchandising.
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Avg. Customer Review. Sites of thirty nine C2nd-C3rd century pottery kilns discovered between and A well, smelting site, cremations and Storage pits were also found.
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More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting. When the Doncaster Borough began the extensive housing developments in Cantley in the 's, they purchased the north west corner of the Poor's Land field, and area of acres for £ It was then that the Charity Commission instructed that the Trust monies were to be kept in a separate account from the Parish Council's and indicated.
Roman Yorkshire: The Roman Pottery Kilns at Cantley Housing Estate, Doncaster. Kilns An original article from the Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Yorkshire Archaeological Journal. First Edition. Disbound. 13 pages, 9 plates, 1 map. Note; this is an original article separated from the volume, not a reprint or copy.
Cantley kiln 43 measures only m in diameter while kiln 35 reaches m in diameter and the oval kiln, Cant is 0o m by m internally.
There is some trend towards the larger kilns being the later. Chamber walls varied in thickness from IOO mm to mm and Cantley kiln 2, which had been relined, was mm thick. A pottery manufacturing complex with associated settlement lay to the south and east of Doncaster in the Romano-British period, with known kiln sites at Auckley, Blaxton, Cantley and Rossington Bridge.
The closest of these to the road scheme is that at Rossington Bridge, approximately km from its eastern end. A kiln and various pottery works buildings, including a gatehouse and Strawberry Cottage, remain from the Rockingham Pottery Works (HER /01). The bottle kiln, which is known as the Waterloo Kiln, is grade II listed.
COUNCIL FOR BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGY Roman Alcester Series: Volume 1 ROMAN ALCESTER: SOUTHERN EXTRAMURAL AREA EXCAVATIONS Part 2: Finds and Discussion. Contents include: Neolithic 'B' Pottery from East Yorkshire by T G Manby; Barnby Howes, Barnby, East Cleveland, Yorkshire by Paul Ashbee and A M ApSimon; The Roman Excavations at Cantley Housing Estate, Doncaster, Part III by Sheila M Cregeen and E F Gilmour; Parisian Ware by Philip Corder; Four Finds from East Yorkshire by T C M Brewster; A.
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