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    • IdentifierID: 0014AC3448C01765
    • Primary material: Ceramic
    • Institution: WAW

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Record ID: WAW-ED07F5
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Warwickshire
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10 Roman body and rim sherds; wheel thrown ceramic vessel. The sherds are body and rim sherds, in a fabric similar to, or is that known as Severn Valley ware. This type of pottery was produced throughout the Roman Period, in the Severn Valley area, and typically consisted of jars, jugs, flagons and tankards. They weigh 96.63g. Sherds specific details: Fabric type: probably Severn Valley Ware or oxidised ware Sherd type: body sherd Firing condition: oxidised orange exterior, unoxidised light grey core, oxidised orange interior Hardness: fairly hard but the surface is powde…
Created on: Monday 12th December 2016
Last updated: Monday 12th December 2016
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Record ID: WAW-ECF1C1
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Warwickshire
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One body sherd of a hand made ceramic vessel of a late Iron Age ware tempered with flint and shell. The sherd weighs 59.31g. The sherd has a mid grey core, oxidised surfaces. The vessel form is probably a utilitarian type vessel such as a storage jars and dating to the late Iron Age Sherd specific details: Fabric type: shall and flint tempered ware. Firing condition: mid grey core, oxidised surfaces Hardness: hard Surface texture: Quite smooth and slightly powdery Condition of sherd: Some abrasion.
Created on: Monday 12th December 2016
Last updated: Monday 12th December 2016
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Record ID: WAW-ECD2ED
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Warwickshire
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One body sherd of a wheel thrown ceramic vessel of a Romano-British coarse ware tempered with flint. The sherd weighs 121.08g. The sherd has a mid grey core, oxidised margins and buff coloured surfaces. The exterior surface appears to have been burnished in stripes. The vessel form is probably a utilitarian type vessel such as a storage jars and dating to the Romano-British period. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: Miscellaneous (unsourced) coarse ware with flint temper. Firing condition: mid grey core, oxidised margins and buff coloured surfaces Hardness: hard Surfac…
Created on: Monday 12th December 2016
Last updated: Monday 12th December 2016
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Record ID: WAW-ED47A4
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Warwickshire
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Five sherds (1 rimsherds, and 4 body sherds) of several different wheel thrown Medieval pottery types. Two main types are present: Cotswold oolitic limestone cooking pot types (12th to 14th Centuries) and Worcestershire glazed jug types (13th to 15th Centuries). The vessel types that are probably represented here included glazed jugs. Unglazed cooking pot types are present as well. This is representative of a typical Medieval ceramic assemblage. The fragments vary in thickness from 6.22mm to 11.4mm. In total they weigh 24.6 grams. There is a range of abrasion damage prese…
Created on: Monday 15th June 2015
Last updated: Friday 9th June 2017
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Record ID: WAW-ECE4C7
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Warwickshire
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18 rim sherds of wheel thrown ceramic vessels of a Romano-British miscellaneous (unsourced) local grey ware: The sherds together weigh 362.7 grams. The sherds have a mid grey reduced fabric. This type of Romano-British pottery was in production through the Roman occupation of Britain, from 1st to 4th Centuries (1 - 400 AD). Vessel forms present consist of utilitarian type vessels such as storage jars. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: Miscellaneous (unsourced) local grey wares Firing condition: unoxidised exterior, unoxidised core, unoxidised interior. Hardness: Soft Su…
Created on: Monday 15th June 2015
Last updated: Friday 16th June 2017
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Record ID: WAW-ECAC73
Object type: OVEN
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Warwickshire
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Two fragments of fired clay oven plates or lids. The fragmenst present were part of a larger sub-circular thick fired clay disc or discs, commonly found in Middle to Late Iron Age (500 BC to 100 AD) sites. The fabric consists of an oxidised grog tempered fabric, with frequent fossil shell inclusions. It is not certain wether these are from the same discs or seperate ones. Together they weigh 52.5g Discs like this have been found in several sites in Oxfordshire and there is currently debate on their original use. The main hypothesis is that they functioned as either oven plates or …
Created on: Monday 15th June 2015
Last updated: Thursday 16th May 2019
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Record ID: WAW-CFD025
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Warwickshire
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A basesherd of a handmade ceramic vessel. The sherd is 8.58mm thick and weighs 4.5g. The sherd consists of a basesherd, in a fabric is similar to similar to that published as SH1 (Standard common fossil shell type) in McSloy 2006, p 38, dated to Middle to Late Iron Age (500 BC to 100 AD) but with occasional small annular metamorphic rock inclusions. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: frequent fossil shell, occasional metamorphic rock inclusions. Sherd type: basesherd Base type: FLT Wall thickness: 8.58mm Firing condition: unoxidised exterior, unoxidised core, oxidised int…
Created on: Monday 22nd July 2013
Last updated: Monday 22nd July 2013
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Record ID: WAW-CFAB48
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Warwickshire
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A fragment of a handmade fired clay object of unidentifiable form. It could possibly be a piece of fired daub. The fragment is 35.6mm in length, 26.87mm wide and 9.31mm thick. It weighs 8.6 grams. The fragment of fired clay has a fabric similar to that published as MAL B (Palaeozoic limestone tempered type) in McSloy 2006, p 39, dated to the Middle Iron Age to the Early Roman Period (-500 BC to 200 AD). Sherd specific details: Fabric type: Occasional metamorphic/Malvernian rock inclusions, frequent mica. Sherd type: fragment Wall thickness: n/a Firing condition: Unoxidised Hardnes…
Created on: Monday 22nd July 2013
Last updated: Monday 22nd July 2013
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Record ID: WAW-CF7A86
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Warwickshire
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A body sherd of a handmade ceramic vessel. The sherd is 8.24mm thick and weighs 21.8g. The sherd consists of a body sherd, in a fabric similar to that published as SH1 (Standard common fossil shell type) in McSloy 2006, p 38, dated to Middle to Late Iron Age (500 BC to 100 AD) but with occasional small annular metamorphic rock inclusions. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: SH1b frequent fossil shell (leached) with occasional metamorphic rock inclusions Sherd type: body sherd Wall thickness: 8.24mm Firing condition: oxidised exterior, unoxidised core, oxidised interior. H…
Created on: Monday 22nd July 2013
Last updated: Monday 22nd July 2013
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Record ID: WAW-A75BB0
Object type: MORTARIUM
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Worcestershire
Workflow stage: Published Find published
One rim sherd of a wheel thrown ceramic vessel. The rim sherd consists of a fabric similar to that known from the Mancetter/Hartshill (Warwickshire) industry, dating from the 2nd to 4th Centuries AD. The sherd came from a large open mortarium (grinding bowl), with a hammerhead style rim. The sherd measures 9.74mm thick and weighs 36.2 grams. It measures 53.42mm in length, 36.32mm tall and 33.79mm wide. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: Mancetter / Hartshill Sherd type: Rimsherd Rim type: Hammerhead / Wall Rim diameter: 19cm Percentage of surviving rim: 5% Sherd thick…
Created on: Tuesday 15th February 2011
Last updated: Thursday 19th November 2015
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Record ID: WAW-A73688
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Worcestershire
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One rimsherd of a wheel thrown ceramic vessel. The rimsherd consists of a fabric similar to that known as Severn Valley ware, dating from the 2nd to 4th Centuries AD. The sherd probably originally came from a medium sized open bowl. The sherd measures 7.72mm thick and weighs 35.4 grams. It measures 74.28mm in length and 65.13mm wide. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: Severn Valley Ware Sherd type: Rimsherd Rim type: Flanged Rim diameter: 17cm Percentage of surviving rim: 4% Sherd thickness: 7.72mm Firing condition: oxidised exterior, oxidised…
Created on: Tuesday 15th February 2011
Last updated: Sunday 20th February 2011
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Record ID: WAW-140545
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Worcestershire
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One bodysherd from a wheel thrown vessel The bodysherd consists of a fabric similar to that known as Cistercian type ware, dating from the mid 15th to 17th Centuries AD. The bodysherd was probably originally from a cup or larger drinking type vessel. The sherd measures 5.63mm thick and weighs 11.3 grams. It measures 28.25mm in length and 49.10mm wide. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: Cisterian type Sherd type: bodysherd Sherd thickness: 5.63mm Firing condition: oxidised exterior, oxidised core, oxidised interior Hardness: hard Surface texture…
Created on: Tuesday 8th February 2011
Last updated: Friday 25th February 2011
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Record ID: WAW-13F336
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Worcestershire
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One handle fragment from a wheel thrown vessel The handle consists of a fabric similar to that of the Worcestershire jug type, dating from the mid 13th to 14th Centuries AD. The handle would have originally been part of a large glazed jug type vessel. The handle measures 17.49mm thick and weighs 41.7grams. It measures 56.92mm in length and 39.76mm wide. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: Worcestershire jug type Sherd type: handle Handle type: Strip with central groove Handle thickness: 17.49mm Firing condition: oxidised exterior, unoxidised core…
Created on: Tuesday 8th February 2011
Last updated: Friday 25th February 2011
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Record ID: WAW-13D4B5
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Worcestershire
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One rimsherd of a wheel thrown ceramic vessel. The rimsherd consists of a fabric similar to that known as Severn Valley ware, dating from the 2nd to 4th Centuries AD. The sherd probably originally came from a bowl or tankard type vessel. The sherd measures 6.86mm thick and weighs 10.2 grams. It measures 29.48mm in length and 54.03mm wide. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: Severn Valley Ware Sherd type: Rimsherd Rim type: RE (Rounded Direct, Everted forward). Rim diameter: 15cm Percentage of surviving rim: 12% Sherd thickness: 6.86mm Firing co…
Created on: Tuesday 8th February 2011
Last updated: Friday 25th February 2011
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Record ID: WAW-13BDC1
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Worcestershire
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One rimsherd of a wheel thrown ceramic vessel. The rimsherd consists of a fabric similar to that known as Dorset Black Burnished Ware, dating from the 2nd to 4th Centuries AD. The sherd probably originally came from a small shallow bowl type vessel. The sherd measures 6.19mm thick and weighs 14.7 grams. It measures 34.09mm in length and 44.86mm wide. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: Dorset Black Burnished ware Sherd type: Rimsherd Rim type: Beaded rim, with external groove. Rim diameter: 15cm Percentage of surviving rim: 7% Sherd thickness: 6…
Created on: Tuesday 8th February 2011
Last updated: Friday 25th February 2011
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Record ID: WAW-D40418
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Warwickshire
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A handle of a handmade ceramic vessel. The sherd is 15.72mm thick and weighs 25.5g. It is 44.69mm long and 36.92mm wide. The sherd consists of a handle, in a reduced fabric similar that known as Savernake ware, and typically dates from the Mid to Late 1st Century until 2nd Century AD. The handle probably came from a handled pitcher type. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: Grog tempered Sherd type: handle Wall thickness: 15.72mm Firing condition: unoxidised exterior, unoxidised core, unoxidised interior. Hardness: Medium Surface texture: Smooth Condition of s…
Created on: Wednesday 24th November 2010
Last updated: Friday 10th December 2010
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Record ID: WAW-D3DCB3
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Warwickshire
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A basesherd of a wheelthrown ceramic vessel. The sherd is 6.79mm thick and weighs 4.5g. It is 20.57mm long and 26.05mm wide. The sherd consists of a bodysherd with fine sand and quartz inclusions, fired to a mid browncolour. The sherd is mostly likely from a cooking pot style of vessel. These type of coarseware fabrics tend to date from 11th to 13th Centuries. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: fine sand/quartz inclusions Sherd type: basesherd Base type: FLT (flat) Diameter of Base: 7cm Percentage of Base present: 8% Wall thickness: 6.79mm Fir…
Created on: Wednesday 24th November 2010
Last updated: Friday 10th December 2010
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Record ID: WAW-D3A222
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Warwickshire
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A bodysherd of a wheelthrown ceramic vessel. The sherd is 6.12mm thick and weighs 8.1g. It is 29.67mm long and 34.66mm wide. The sherd consists of a bodysherd with fine sand and quartz inclusions. The sherd is mostly likely from a local (unsourced) jug fabric type. A cordon is present on the exterior of the sherd, with a wavy (undulating edge). This edge is similar to that known as a 'pie crust' base, found on medieval jugs, dating to between the Mid 12th to Mid 13th Centuries AD. However this sherd does not look like it is from the base of a jug, but more likely, the shou…
Created on: Wednesday 24th November 2010
Last updated: Friday 10th December 2010
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Record ID: WAW-D30425
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Warwickshire
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A bodysherd of a wheelthrown ceramic vessel. The sherd is 6.13mm thick and weighs 6.3g. It is 28.38mm long and 28.76mm wide. The sherd consists of a light grey/brown body fabric with frequent grit and quartz inclusions. The fabric is similar to that of local Romano-British unsourced coarsewares and broadly dates from the 1st Century AD to 4th Century AD. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: Local (unsourced) grit and quartz inclusions Sherd type: bodysherd Wall thickness: 6.13mm Firing condition: oxidised exterior, unoxidised core, unoxidised inte…
Created on: Wednesday 24th November 2010
Last updated: Friday 10th December 2010
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Record ID: WAW-D2E423
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: IRON AGE
County: Warwickshire
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A bodysherd of a handmade ceramic vessel. The sherd is 6.39mm thick and weighs 2.9g. It is 20.31mm long and 21.44mm wide. The sherd consists of a bodysherd, in a fabric is similar to that published as SH1 (Standard common fossil shell type) in McSloy 2006, p 38, dated to Middle to Late Iron Age (500 BC to 100 AD) but with occasional small annular metamorphic rock inclusions. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: frequent fossil shell, occasional metamorphic rock inclusions. Sherd type: bodysherd Wall thickness: 6.39mm Firing condition: unoxidised ex…
Created on: Wednesday 24th November 2010
Last updated: Friday 10th December 2010
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