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Gloucestershire - Cirencester

Stamps

potter Noname1name2Die NoStamp Nofabricformexcavationcontext print
2 records
186 Tiny Fragment Unreadable 13A01 1051 TN Cam 16 Admiral's Walk DK II 43
273 Crissius   01A01 948 TN Cup Admiral's Walk DM I 19

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excavationcontextfabricformStampmnvcomments print
7 records
Admiral's Walk DM I 19 TN Cup 948 1 Cam. 46 or 58.
Admiral's Walk DK I 115 TN Cam 16   1 (Rigby 1982, 172, fig.53.104).
Admiral's Walk DK II 43 TN Cam 16 1051 1  
Admiral's Walk various TN Cam 16   28 (Rigby 1982, 172) - collective amount of platters of this type recorded from Cirencester in 1982 noted under record from pit DK I,115, 114, 107, 106.
Dyer Court 1957 C.25.13. TN Cam 16   1 Info. V. Rigby archive.
Admiral's Walk DK II 39 TN Cam 46   1 (Rigby 1982, 173, no. 159a). Hard, pale blue, fine grained dense core; dark blue-grey surfaces, highly polished rim top, paler and less glossy finish elsewhere.
Dyer Court 1957 C.25.13. TR 2 Cam 58   1 (Webster 1959, 81, no. 88, not illus.). Described as a dish but probably vessel identified as Cam. 58 by V. Rigby.

Associated finds

excavationclassSub Classcomment print
14 records
Admiral's Walk Amphora Cam 185  
Admiral's Walk Amphora Cam 186  
Admiral's Walk Amphora Dressel 20  
Admiral's Walk Amphora Gallic  
Admiral's Walk Coarseware Pompeian Red 1  
Admiral's Walk Fineware Lyon ware  
Admiral's Walk Fineware South Gaulish samian  
Dyer Court 1957 Amphora Dressel 20  
Dyer Court 1957 Amphora Other Cam. 184
Dyer Court 1957 Coarseware copies butt beakers  
Dyer Court 1957 Coarseware copies platters/cups  
Dyer Court 1957 Fineware Lyon ware  
Dyer Court 1957 Fineware South Gaulish samian  
Dyer Court 1957 Mortaria North Gaul  
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