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An assemblage of 1885 vessel sherds of Roman date. They have a combined total weight of 14164.23g.

1) 221 rim sherds from Roman grey ware (GX) vessels, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 1800.67g.

2) 3 flange rim sherds from Roman grey ware (GX) straight sided bowls with beaded decoration, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 44.09g.

3) 6 rim sherds from Roman grey ware(GX) dog bowls with a circumferential groove beneath the rim, c. 100-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 96.43g.

4) 1 rim sherd from a Roman grey ware(GX) dog bowl with two circumferential grooves beneath the rim, c. 100-410 AD. This sherd measures 30.35mm in length, 34.69mm in width, 7.23mm in thickness, 10.13g in weight.

5) 13 rim sherds from Roman grey ware (GX) straight sided bowls with triangular rims, c. 100-300 AD. They have a combined total weight of 182.93g.

6) 991 body sherds from Roman grey ware (GX) vessels, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 5433.49g.

7) 6 body sherds from Roman grey ware (GX) vessels. The front face is decorated with grooved lines, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 53.86g.

8) 1 body sherd from a Roman grey ware (GX) vessel with thumb impressions, c. 42-410 AD. This sherd measures 51.40mm in length, 24.87mm in width, 9.18mm in thickness, 11.26g in weight.

9) 1 body sherd from a Roman grey ware (GX) beaker with indentations, c. 200-300 AD. This sherd measures 47.87mm in length, 47.00mm in width, 4.44mm in thickness, 9.31g in weight.

10) 4 body sherds from Roman grey ware (GX) vessels with roulette decoration, 1 sherd is from a micaceous (GM) Wattisfield vessel. They have a combined total weight of 34.07g.

11) 49 base sherds from Roman grey ware (GX) vessels, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 711.92g.

12) 14 rim sherds from Roman grey micaceous ware (GM) vessels, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 105.62g.

13) 1 flanged rim sherd from a Roman grey micaceous ware (GM) vessel with beaded decoration, probably from the Wattisfield area, c. 300-410 AD. This sherd measures 20.99mm in length, 42.60mm in width, 7.24mm in thickness, 13.68g in weight.

14) 1 rim sherd from a Roman grey micaceous ware (GM) plain bowl, c. 300-410 AD. This sherd measures 63.78mm in length, 52.47mm in width, 9.43mm in thickness, 35.04g in weight.

15) 38 body sherds from Roman grey micaceous ware (GM) vessels, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 218.31g.

16) 6 base sherds from Roman grey micaceous ware (GM) vessels, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 116.08g.

17) 24 rim sherds from Roman black surface ware (BSW) vessels, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 189.88g.

18) 1 sherd from a Roman black surface ware (BSW) straight sided bowl with a triangular rim, c. 100-300 AD. This sherd measures 16.17mm in length, 16.31mm in width, 9.35mm in thickness, 2.43g in weight.

19) 3 rim sherds from Roman black surface ware (BSW) dog bowls with a circumferential groove beneath the rim, c. 100-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 21.1g.

20) 101 body sherds from Roman black surface ware (BSW) vessels, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 507.70g.

21) 16 rim sherds from Roman black micaceous surface ware (BM) vessels, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 118.10g.

22) 8 rim sherds from Roman black micaceous surface ware (BMB) dog bowls with a circumferential groove beneath the rim, c. 100-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 47.52g.

23) 7 sherds from Roman black micaceous surface ware (BMB) straight sided bowls with triangular rims, c. 42-409 AD. They have a combined total weight of 43.72g.

24) 56 body sherds from Roman black micaceous surface ware (BM) vessels, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 477.13g.

25) 8 base sherds from Roman black micaceous surface ware (BM) vessels, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 117.18g.

26) 8 rim sherds from Late Roman shell tempered ware (LSH) vessels, c. 200-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 72.83g.

27) 1 body sherd from a Late Roman shell tempered ware (SH) storage vessel with a combed exterior and a very groggy temper, c. 42-100 AD. This sherd measures 33.19mm in length, 21.86mm in width, 12.24mm in thickness, 8.82g in weight.

28) 41 body sherds from Late Roman shell tempered ware (LSH) vessels, c. 200-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 314.02g.

29)3 base sherds from Late Roman shell tempered ware (LSH) vessels, c. 200-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 65.78g.

30) 1 rim sherd from a Roman Nene Valley colour coated ware (NVC) plain bowl with a circumferential groove beneath the rim, c. 300-410 AD. This sherd measures 39.90mm in length, 61.18mm in width, 8.29mm in thickness, 25.31g in weight.

31) 1 rim sherd from a Roman Nene Valley colour coated ware (NVC) vessel, c. 200-410 AD. This sherd measures 22.23mm in length, 40.05mm in width, 14.36mm in thickness, 12.51g in weight.

32) 14 body sherds from Roman Nene Valley colour coated ware (NVC) vessels, c. 200-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 122.63g.

33) 1 handle sherd from a Roman Nene Valley colour coated ware (NVC) vessel, c. 200-410 AD. This sherd measures 28.21mm in length, 17.38mm in width, 6.86mm in thickness, 5.00g in weight.

34) 4 body sherds from Roman Nene Valley white ware mortaria (NVWM), c. 200-410AD. They have a combined total weight of 94.32g.

35) 2 body sherds from Roman Nene Valley mid orange mortaria (NVM) with gritted iron stone, c. 200-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 64.09g.

36) 1 body sherd from a chunky storage vessel with lots of grog temper inclusions. This sherd measures 42.82mm in length, 36.66mm in width, 13.7mm in thickness, 21.29g in weight.

37) 1 body sherd probably from a Roman Nene Valley colour coated ware (NVC) or Colchester beaker, c. 100-300 AD. This sherd measures 22.86mm in length, 20.41mm in width, 3.43mm in thickness, 2.53g in weight.

38) 1 rim sherd from a Roman flagon of reddish fabric, c. 42-410 AD. This sherd measures 37.63mm in length, 79.68mm in width, 17.98mm in thickness, 46.92g in weight.

39) 8 rim sherds from Roman miscellaneous orange(RX) vessels, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 43.00g.

40) 77 body sherds from Roman oxidised orange ware (RX) vessels, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 268.18g.

41) 1 handle sherd from a Roman oxidised orange ware (RX) vessel, c. 42-410 AD. This sherd measures 28.38mm in length, 18.41mm in width, 10.38mm in thickness, 6.82g in weight.

42) 3 rim sherds from Roman storage jars (STOR), c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 138.94g.

43) 32 body sherd with mixed temper inclusions from Roman storage jars (STOR), c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 1163.71g.

44) 1 base sherd from a Roman storage jar (STOR), c. 42-410 AD. This sherd measures 57.16mm in length, 67.32mm in width, 14.11mm in thickness, 41.03mm in height, 90.97g in weight.

45) 1 body sherd from a Roman amphorae (AA) vessel type 20 from the south of Spain, c. 42-410 AD. This sherd measures 108.44mm in length, 69.58mm in width, 18.17mm in thickness, 179.43g in weight.

46) 5 body sherds from Roman amphorae (AA) vessels. 1 sherds is micaceous, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 70.20.

47) 2 rim sherds from Roman white/pale ware flagon or mortaria with corded decoration, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 16.78g.

48) 2 body sherds from Roman white/pale ware flagons or mortaria, c. 42-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 4.34g.

49) 1 upturned rim from a Roman cream fabric bowl, c. 42-200 AD. This sherd measures 37.04mm in length, 52.49mm in width, 8.06mm in thickness, 13.95g in weight.

50) 2 flanged rim sherds from Horningsea ware (HOG) storage jars, c. 100-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 84.18g.

51) 7 body sherds from Horningsea ware (HOG) probably storage vessels, with corded decoration sometimes on the inner and outer surfaces, c. 100-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 152.60g.

52) 1 rim sherd from a Roman lid seated jar. It is a hard fabric similar to Horningsea ware, c. 200-410 AD. This sherd measures 25.54mm in length, 65.34mm in width, 8.02mm in thickness, 26.55g in weight.

53) 6 rim sherds from Roman Oxfordshire red colour coated ware (OXRC) vessels, c. 300-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 149.69g.

54) 1 rim sherd from a Roman Oxfordshire red colour coated ware (OXRC) vessel with roulette decoration, c. 300-410 AD. This sherd measures 42.01mm in length, 27.45mm in width, 6.06mm in thickness, 8.20g in weight.

55) 4 body sherds from Roman Oxfordshire red colour coated ware mortaria (OXRCM). One sherd has lots of grits, c. 300-410 AD. They have a combined total weight of 71.29g.

56) 14 Samian ware vessel rim sherds, c. 120-250 AD. They have a combined total weight of 105g.

1 rim sherd from a Roman Central Gaulish (SACG) Samian ware vessel of Dragendorff form DR 37, c. 120-200 AD. This sherd weighs 13g.

1 rim sherd from a Roman Central Gaulish (SACG) Samian ware vessel of Dragendorff form DR 38, c. 120-160 AD. This sherd weighs 32g.

2 rim sherds from Roman Central Gaulish (SACG) Samian ware vessel of Dragendorff form DR 1831, c. 120-200 AD. They have a combined total weight of 27g.

2 rim sherds from Roman Central Gaulish (SACG) Samian ware vessels of Dragendorff form DR 33, c. 140-200 AD. They have a combined total weight of 10g. 1 of these sherds has a circular hole through it.

5 rim sherds from Roman East Gaulish (SAEG) Samian ware vessels of uncertain type, c. 170-250 AD. They have a combined total weight of 14g.

2 rim sherds from Roman Central Gaulish (SACG) Samian ware vessels of Dragendorff form DR 31, c. 140-200 AD. They have a combined total weight of 2g.

1 rim sherd from a Roman East Gaulish (SAEG) Samian ware globular beaker of uncertain type, c. 170-250 AD. This sherd weighs 7g.

57) 45 Samian ware vessel body sherds, c.120-250 AD. They have a combined total weight of 155g.

1 body sherd from a Roman Central Gaulish (SACG) Samian ware vessel of Dragendorff form DR 31, c. 140-200 AD. This sherd weighs 21g.

26 body sherds from Roman Central Gaulish (SACG) Samian ware vessels of uncertain type, c. 120-200 AD. They have a combined total weight of 75g.

18 body sherds from Roman East Gaulish (SAEG) Samian ware vessels of uncertain type, c. 170-250 AD. They have a combined total weight of 59g.

58) 13 Samian ware vessel base sherds, c. 120-250 AD. They have a combined total weight of 157g.

3 foot ring base sherds from Roman East Gaulish (SAEG) Samian ware vessels of uncertain type, c. 120-250 AD. This sherd weighs 16g.

4 base sherds from Roman Central Gaulish (SACG) Samian ware vessels of Dragendorff form DR 37, c. 140-250 AD. They have a combined total weight of 47g.

1 base sherd from a Roman Central Gaulish (SACG) Samian grooved ware cup of Dragendorff form DR 27G, c. 120-200 AD. This sherd weighs 6g.

1 base sherd from a Roman Central Gaulish (SACG) Samian ware vessel of Dragendorff form DR 1831 or DR31, c. 120-200 AD. This sherd weighs 32g.

1 base sherd from a Roman Central Gaulish (SACG) Samian ware vessel of Dragendorff form DR 1831, c. 120-160 AD. This sherd weighs 24g.

1 base sherd from a Roman Central Gaulish (SACG) Samian ware vessel with roulette decoration of Dragendorff form DR 1831 or 31R, c. 120-200 AD. This sherd weighs 17g.

2 base sherds from Roman Central Gaulish (SACG) Samian ware vessels of Dragendorff form DR 33, c. 140-200 AD. They have a combined total weight of 15g.

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Chronology

Broad period: ROMAN
Period from: ROMAN
Period to: ROMAN
Date from: Circa AD 43
Date to: Circa AD 409

Dimensions and weight

Quantity: 1885
Weight: 14164.23 g

Discovery dates

Date(s) of discovery: Wednesday 1st January 2014

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Materials and construction

Primary material: Ceramic
Completeness: Fragment

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Region: Eastern (European Region)
County or Unitary authority: Suffolk (County)
District: St. Edmundsbury (District)
To be known as: Ousden

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