Archaeological and Historic Pottery Production Sites

    SubTitle

    Guidelines for Best Practice
    Archaeological and Historic Pottery Production Sites large image 1
        Paperback / softback

        Publication Date

        14 Oct 2015

        Summary

        Provides practical guidance and advice on how to investigate sites where pottery production has taken place. It describes how to anticipate and locate pottery production sites and the types of evidence that may be found.
        10449168
        10449168

        Main Summary

          This document provides practical guidance on how to investigate sites where pottery production has taken place. It describes how to anticipate and locate pottery production sites and the types of evidence that may be found. This document also provides advice on the available methods and strategies for examining, recording and sampling features and finds of various types at each stage of the work. The different techniques for establishing the date of pottery production, and for characterising the products of a site, are given particular emphasis.

          This document was compiled by Harriet White, Sarah Paynter and Duncan Brown with contributions by Joanne Best, Chris Cumberpatch, David Dawson, Peter Ellis, Jane Evans, Laurence Jones, Oliver Kent, Gareth Perry, The Prince’s Regeneration Trust, Ian Roberts, Kerry Tyler and Ann Woodward.

          Additional Information

          Publishing Status

          Active

          Size

          297mm

          Number of Illustrations

          44

          Number of Pages

          68

          ISBN

          9781848023895

          Contents

            Introduction
            1. Investigating a Pottery Production Site
            2. Evidence of Pottery Production
            3. Background Information on Pottery Production in England
            4. Where to Get Advice
            5. Glossary
            6. References
            Acknowledgements

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