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1 Grimes, . Holt. Denbighshire (Y Cymmrodor xli, 1930), 140. JRS xxvi, 266, fig. 32, 4, and cf. ibid. xxiv, 220, no. 6.

2 O'Neil, , Arch. Cambrensis xci, 144.

3 Trans. of Dumfriesshire and Galloway Nat. Hist. and Antiq. Soc. xx.

4 Arch. Ael. ser. 4, xiv, 151–171.

5 Ibid. 172–177.

6 Ibid. 177–184.

7 Ibid. ser. 3, ix, 239 ff.

8 Ibid. ser. 4, xiv, 95–102.

9 Cumb. and West. Antiq. and Arch. Soc. Trans., n.s., xxxvii, 157–166.

10 Ibid. 166–170, 173–177.

11 Ibid. 170–171.

12 Ibid. 171–173.

13 Arch. Ael. ser. 4, xiv, 227–242.

14 Ibid. ser. 4, xiv, 120–150.

15 Proc. Soc. Ant. Newcastle, ser. 4, viii, 51–52.

16 Ibid. 44–50.

17 Arch. Ael. xiv, 1937, 194 f.

18 Yorks. Arch. Journ. xxxiii, 215.

19 Congreve, A. L., A Roman and Saxon site at Elmswell, E. Yorkshire, 19351936, (Hull Museum Publications 1937, no. 193).

19a Yorks. Arch. Journ. xxxiii, 222 ff.

20 Corder, Roman Pottery at Crambeck, Castle Howard (Roman Malton and District Report no. I 1928).

21 Antiqs. Journ. xvii, 392 ff.

22 Excavations at the Roman town at Brough, E. Yorkshire. University College. Hull, 1936, 1s.

23 JRS xiii, 91, pl. iii. Forthcoming account by Corder, Mr. in The Antiquaries Journal xviii (1938).

24 Newstead, R., The Odeon Theatre, Hunter Street, Chester (Chester, 1936).



27 Forthcoming report in Annals of Archaeology, 1937.

28 These pieces have been presented to the British Museum.

29 It occupies fields 142, 143 25-inch OS map Cheshire, sheet xxiv, 4, Lancashire cxv, 13, with its NW boundary 565 ft. from the bench-mark 112.54 over the little brook at Brook Place.

30 Forthcoming report in Annals of Archaeology, 1937.

31 Baker, F. T., The Lincolnshire Magazine, iii (1937, no. 7), 187.

32 The objects are in Lincoln City and County Museum. A. Oswald, The Roman pottery kilns at Little London, Torksey, Lincs. (A. Oswald, Rock House, Wellow, Notts., 1937).

33 Arch. Journ. lxxv, 15 ff.

34 Report in Transactions of the Leicester Literary and Philosophic Society, xxxviii, 1937, 20 ff.

35 Forthcoming report in Birmingham Archaeological Society Transactions, vol. lx.

36 Vict. Co. History of Shropshire, i, 226 ff.

37 K. M. Kenyon, Excavations at Wroxeter 1936, published by the Shropshire Arch. Soc.

38 Joseph, K. St. and Shotton, F. W. in the Birmingham Archaeological Society Transactions lviii, 1937, 68 ff.

39 Cf. similar site close by at Mount Farm, Antiquity vii, 486.

40 Harden, D. B. in Oxoniensia i, 1936. 81 ff. The pottery is in the Ashmclean Museum.

41 Hogg, A. K. A. and Stevens, C. E., Oxoniensia ii, 1937, 41 ff.

42 Report by Mr. Lowther, St. Albans and Herts Archit. and Arch. Soc. Trans. 1936, p. 25.

43 Brief note in East Herts Arch. Soc. Trans. ix, 232 and 364 ff. Forthcoming report by Captain Musgrave. Two pots are in Colchester Museum.

44 Proc. Suffolk Inst. Arch. and Nat. Hist. xxii 263 ff.

44a Ibid. xxii, 339 ff.

45 Hist. Mons. Comm. Inventory, Essex iii, 207.

46 Ibid. iii, p. xxviii. A report on the excavations of 1930–34 is expected during 1938 in the Reports of the Research Committee of the Society of Antiquaries.

47 Hist. Mons. Comm. Inventory, Essex iii, 230; probably actually the pavement mentioned in 3 (d).

48 Anne Robertson in Numis. Chron. xvi, 1936, 245 ff. Somerset Arch. and N.H. Soc. Proc. lxxxii, 1936, 165. The pewter is now in Taunton Museum.

49 Gents. Mag. 1843, part i, 191.

50 Devon. Arch. Exploration Soc. Proc. ii, 1935, 200 ff. Cf. JRS xxii, 216. Lt.-Col. L. A. D. Montague informs us that they include a mortarium stamped GRATVS (cf. CIL xiii, 3, 1, no. 10006, 37), vessels of the Samian potters L. C. Celsus and Firmo, and parts of two glass charioteer cups inscribed CRESC … PYRAME VA and PYRAME (cf. Schuermans ‘Verre à course de chars,’ Annales de la Soc. arch. de Namur xx ).

51 Forthcoming reports by Mr. Mattingly in Numis. Chron., 1938, and by Col. Drew in Antiqs. Journ., 1938.

51a Information from Mr. Mattingly.

52 Newbury and District Field Club Trans. vii, 1937, 245 ff.

53 Wilts. Arch. Mag. xlvii, 1936, 538.

54 Ibid. 513 ff.

55 The burials from here were post-Roman.

56 Information from Mr. C. W. White of Basingstoke Museum.

57 First noted by Mr. Winbolt in Surrey Arch.. Collec. xxxv, 59. Report in ibid. xlv and in Antiqs. Journ. xvi, 463 f. For the general type of kiln see Grimes, Holt Denhighshire (Y Cymmrodor xli), 29 ff., but for one identical at Hoheneck see Paret, O.Die Römer in Württemberg iii (1932), 144 ff. Taf. xiii. and for another at Budapest: Kuzsinszky, Das grosse röm. Töpferviertel in Aquincum (Budapest Régiségei xi, 1932), 25 ff.

58 Surrey Arch. Collec. xliv, 146.

59 Sussex Arch. lxxvii, 27 ff.

60 Smith, C. R., Report on excavations of the Roman Castrum at Pevensey, Sussex, in 1852 (London, 1858), 16 ff.; cf. Vict. Co. Hist. Sussex, iii, 6 ff.

61 JRS xxii, 60.

62 Information from Surgeon-Captain Jones, K. H.; Arch. Cantiana xlviii, 228; and cf. Vict. Co. Hist. Kent, iii. 65–6.

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