Pottery in Medieval Southampton
Pottery in medieval Southampton: c 1066–1510
by Duncan H Brown
Accompanied by over 350 individual vessel drawings, the study also offers a wide variety of analytical methods that extend the impact of the research beyond a regional investigation. The extensive coverage of imported wares and their distribution also provides fascinating insights into the patterns of European trade and industry.
The broad-ranging volume covers such diverse subjects as chronology and quantification, technology, technique, tradition, production and distribution, form, function, use, context, and interpretation. It will be invaluable reading for specialists, researchers, teachers and students interested in medieval archaeology in Britain and Europe. Funded by English Heritage.
Info: 210pp, illustrated throughout
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Duncan H Brown
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