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15 Iappos   01C01 210 TN Platter May excavations DR 70 AUY

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May excavations Various TR 1A Cam 74-79   2 (Rigby and Elsdon 1996, 587).
May excavations Various TR 1C Cam 74-79   2 (Rigby and Elsdon 1996, 587).
May excavations Various TN Cam 5   3 (Rigby and Elsdon 1996, 587).
May excavations Various TR Cam 5   1 (Rigby and Elsdon 1996, 587).
May excavations DR 70 AUY TN Platter 210 1  
May excavations Various TN Cam 8   1 (Rigby and Elsdon 1996, 587).
May excavations Various TN Cam 14   3 (Rigby and Elsdon 1996, 587).
May excavations Various TN Cam 16   3 3 to 5 vessels (Rigby and Elsdon 1996, 587).
May excavations DR 70 BTR F1902 TN Cam 2   1 Rim of large platter, white paste, surfaces light grey with internal burnish (Rigby and Elsdon 1996, fig. 21.1.1507).
May excavations DR 65 IX, F3 TN Cam 56C   1 Rim and bodysherd. Red paste with shiny black surfaces (Rigby and Elsdon 1996, fig.21.1.1508).
May excavations DR ? F1323 TN Cam 56C   1 White paste, dark grey surfaces. (Rigby and Elsdon 1996, 589, not illustrated).
May excavations DR 69 ACZ, F1267 TR 1C Cam 7\8   1 Footring. (Rigby and Elsdon 1996, fig. 19.44 and 21.1.1505).
May excavations Various TR 3 Cam 84   1 (Rigby and Elsdon 1996, 587).

Associated finds

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May excavations Amphora Dressel 2-4 x1 handle and 8 bodysherds, all Italian in origin. Some of the bodysherds could possibly be from Dr 1 forms.
May excavations Amphora Dressel 20 31 rims mainly C2 but at least 2 rims typologically dated AD 30-50 and three AD 50-70. The former from LIA ditches.
May excavations Amphora Rhodian Two spikes probably from Rhodian style winr amphora from Eastern Mediterranean, late 1st century BC - early 2nd century.
May excavations Coins   see Vol 1
May excavations Fineware Cam 113 butt-beaker c 142 vessels recorded as butt beakers and imitations. Imports first appear in Ceramic stages 8 and 9, probably just before the conquest.
May excavations Fineware Central Gaulish glazed ware One sherd.
May excavations Fineware Micaceous TN Cam 51c vase bobine - minimum of 3 egs (May 1996, fig. 21.1.1502-3).
May excavations Fineware South Gaulish samian  
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