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The Roman Pottery from the Mansio and Other Sites in Chelmsford (Cba Research Reports, No 62)

C. J. Going

The Roman Pottery from the Mansio and Other Sites in Chelmsford (Cba Research Reports, No 62)

by C. J. Going

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Published by Humanities Pr .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chelmsford,
  • England,
  • Ceramic Arts And Crafts,
  • Roman Archaeology,
  • Excavations (Archaeology),
  • Pottery, Roman

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages126
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8293393M
    ISBN 100906780500
    ISBN 109780906780503

    Roman Originals Free delivery from Roman Originals on affordable women's clothing and designer ladies fashion such as: wedding clothing, ladies trousers, skirts, dresses, blouses, knitwear, coats & jackets to suit any occasion. From evening wear to day wear, casual to formal we have a style and size to suit you! Made for Edmund Durrant by the Castle Hedingham Pottery, The Chelmsford Odde Volumes was a society of book lovers who's purpose was to encourage literature, the fine arts, science, archaeology and music. It was founded in by bookseller and stationer Edmund Durrant. Meetings were held in Durrant's house at 90 High Street Chelmsford.

      Roman pottery was classified into either fine ware and course ware. The best-known fine ware was samian ware but there are examples of marbled stamped and glazed wares. Course wares were plain and generally undecorated, cooking pots, storage jars, and kitchen ware were the most common types in every day use. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch. Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more.

      The pictures show a number of distinct grave sites, some with structures still intact preserving the shape of the grave. Various Roman artefacts, including brooches and pottery Author: Jack Colwill. People are hearing of Chelmsford, who had never heard of it before. Outside Loveday’s, the long-established jeweller’s at Baddow Road corner, there’s a sculpture. It was unveiled in , and is called “Guardian Figures”. On one side there’s a Roman centurion, on the other side a Dominican friar. It’s good to remember the pioneers.


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The mansio and other sites in the south-eastern sector of Caesaromagus: the Roman pottery. Title. The title of the publication or report. Title: The mansio and other sites in the south-eastern sector of Caesaromagus: the Roman pottery This is not the place the book or report was published.

Locations: Location - Auto Detected: Moulsham Street. The Mansio and other sites in the south-eastern sector of Caesaromagus: the Roman pottery, Research reports/Council for British Archaeology, 62, Chelmsford Archaeological Trust; Council for British Archaeology, London, ().

Harden and Green Harden, D. and Green, C. Going, C J, The mansio and other sites in the south-east sector of Caesaromagus: the Roman pottery, CBA Res Rep 62/Chelmsford Archaeol Trust Rep Hull, M R, The Roman potters’ kilns of Colchester, Rep Res Comm Soc Antiq London Download Citation | The Mansio and Other Sites in the South-Eastern Sector of Caesaromagus.

By P. Drury. × mm. ix +91 figs. + 8 pls. + 4 fiches. London: Chelmsford. Buy The Mansio and Other Sites in the South-eastern Sector of Caesaromagus: Vol.1 (Chelmsford Archaeological Trust report) by Drury, P. J., Chelmsford Archaeological Trust (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : P.

Drury, Chelmsford Archaeological Trust. Reports on sites in the north-eastern sector of Roman Chelmsford, which together form a coherent group.

The excavated sites either lie between or include two parallel metalled roads running eastwards from the main London-Colchester road. All lie outside the earthen defences of the town, constructed c AD and levelled c AD   The first pages are, in effect, a potted archaeology of a county that has a good share of the type sites or artefacts for their period; they range from the Swanscombe skull, Hoxne axe and Clactonian tools to Roman Chelmsford and Saxon Mucking — the latter almost beyond the scope of a book that ends with the early 5th century.

Roman sites in Essex, part of the Heritage Guide to Essex from Britain Express and historian David Ross. This page lists Colchester Roman Town Walls. At the time the land on the site of the town centre belonged to the Bishop of London and in the Bishop, Maurice built a bridge across the River Can.

As a result traffic which used to travel through Writtle now diverted through Chelmsford. In a man named William Caleys was burned to death in Chelmsford for heresy.

The Godmanchester web site: Over pages of extensive information on the town of Godmanchester, Huntingdonshire, UK, including more than 58 articles. Located on the A14 NW of Cambridge on the River Great Ouse, information for visitors and residents alike includes history, articles about the people, local clubs and societies, the Godmanchester Community Association, Portholme - England's.

At each mansio cisiarii kept gigs for hire and for conveying government dispatches (Cisium; Essedum). The Itinerarium Burdigalense, which is a road book drawn up inmentions in order the mansiones from Bordeaux to Jerusalem with the intervening mutationes, and other, more considerable places, which are called either civitates, vici, or.

Chelmsford has a rich archaeological history from prehistoric times onwards, including the Roman town of Caesaromagus and a number of medieval monuments. These have been revealed by excavations, and the artefacts from the digs are all stored by the museum. The Mansio and Other Sites in the South Eastern Sector of Caesaromagus: the Roman pottery C.

Going. Download * Urban Archaeology in Britain John Schofield, Roger Leech (eds.). Download * The Anglo Saxon Church: Papers on History, Architecture and Archaeology in Honour of Dr H M Taylor L. Butler, R. Morris.

Significant habitation at Moulsham can be traced back to Roman times, pre-dating the origins of Chelmsford itself. Soon after Boudicca’s rebellion in 60 AD, a small Roman military fort was constructed on the southern banks of the River Can, near an important crossing midway between Colchester and London.

The Mansio and other sites in the south-eastern sector of the Caesaromagus: the Roman pottery. [C J Going; Chelmsford Archaeological Trust.; Council for British Archaeology.]. Williams, D. F., ‘The Romano-British black-burnished industry: an essay on characterization by heavy-mineral analysis’ in Pottery and early commerce.

Characterization and trade in Roman and later ceramics, ed. Peacock, Academic Press, London, (), pp. AML /87 Catalogue of the Roman pottery in the Colchester and Essex museum [May, Thomas (fl)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Catalogue of the Roman pottery in the Colchester and Essex museum. Mansio and other sites in the south-eastern sector of Caesaromagus. London: Chelmsford Archaeological Trust and the Council for British Archaeology, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: P J Drury; Chelmsford.

Within the settlement area (TL ) a 4th century octagonal. Roman-Gallic temple (Lewis's type 1b), 55ft overall with a cella 35ft overall was found on the site of a 1st century temenos (4,7).

A courtyard building at TLand physically separate from the settlement, is thought to have been a mansio. The Mansio. Towards the south gate in Insula VII is the second largest building of Roman Calleva.

It has been identified as a mansio, or inn, which was specifically for the use of those using the imperial post, for rest and refreshment of personnel and mounts. The mansio and other sites in the south-eastern sector of Caesaromagus English.

Published London: Chelmsford Archaeological Trust and the Councilfor British Archaeology. Roman Chester: city of the eagles By Mason, D.

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