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    • IdentifierID: 0014AC3448C01765
    • Primary material: Ceramic
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    • County: Telford and Wrekin

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Record ID: WAW-BC8F12
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Telford and Wrekin
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Eleven (11) sherds, weighing 116.2 grams, from of a handmade ceramic vessel. These sherds consist of one (1) rimsherd, three (3) basesherds and seven (7) bodysherds. All eleven (11) sherds have a fabric similar to that described as SANDC in Ratkai 2000, p85. It consists of a coarse sandy cooking pot type fabric, a regional type of cooking pots and jars, found in Herefordshire and Shropshire, with a main concentration in Worcestershire and Staffordshire. This fabric probably dates from late 11th to 13th centuries (c.1075 to c.1200). The rims and bases have been photographed separat…
Created on: Thursday 13th May 2010
Last updated: Wednesday 1st August 2012
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Record ID: WAW-BDD166
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Telford and Wrekin
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Fourteen (14) sherds, weighing 180 grams, from of a wheelthrown ceramic vessel. These sherds consist of two (2) rimsherds, one (1) basesherd, one (1) handle and ten (10) bodysherds. All fourteen (14) sherds have a fabric similar to that described as SAND1 in Ratkai 2000, p85. It consists of a glazed sandy ware, a regional type of jugs, found in Herefordshire and Shropshire, with a main concentration in Worcestershire and Staffordshire. This fabric probably dates from late 12th to late 13th centuries (c.1180 to c.1280). The rims and bases have been photographed separately, the body…
Created on: Thursday 13th May 2010
Last updated: Wednesday 1st August 2012
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Record ID: WAW-BDF094
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Telford and Wrekin
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Four (4) bodysherds, weighing 14.7 grams, from of a wheelthrown ceramic vessel. All four (4) sherds have a fabric similar to that described as SAND1 in Ratkai 2000, p85, but with a dark green glaze. It consists of a glazed sandy ware, a regional type of jugs, found in Herefordshire and Shropshire, with a main concentration in Worcestershire and Staffordshire. This fabric probably dates from late 12th to late 13th centuries (c.1180 to c.1280). The bodysherds have been photographed as a group. Separate sherd details: Sherd 1: Bodysherd. Firing conditions: oxidised exterior, unoxi…
Created on: Thursday 13th May 2010
Last updated: Wednesday 1st August 2012
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Record ID: WAW-BE3CC6
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Telford and Wrekin
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Ten (10) sherds, weighing 70.7grams, from of a wheelthrown ceramic vessel. These sherds consist of two (2) rimsherds, one (1) basesherd, and seven (7) bodysherds. All ten (10) sherds have a fabric similar to that described as SAND1 in Ratkai 2000, p85. It consists of a glazed sandy ware, a regional type of jugs, found in Herefordshire and Shropshire, with a main concentration in Worcestershire and Staffordshire. This fabric probably dates from late 12th to late 13th centuries (c.1180 to c.1280). The rims and bases have been photographed separately, the bodysherds have been photogr…
Created on: Thursday 13th May 2010
Last updated: Wednesday 1st August 2012
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Record ID: WAW-BE7BA3
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Telford and Wrekin
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Six (6) bodysherds, weighing 21.3 grams, from of a wheelthrown ceramic vessel. All six (6) sherds have a sandy fabric, each slightly different but is consistent with a local (unsourced) jug type fabric. None of the sherds are glazed. The bodysherds have been photographed as a group. Separate sherd details: Sherd 1: Bodysherd. Firing conditions: oxidised exterior, unoxidised core, oxidised interior. Dimensions: 20.21mm length, 17.03mm width, 4.48mm thick, 2.1 grams weight. Sherd 2: Bodysherd. Firing conditions: oxidised exterior, unoxidised core, unoxidised interior. Dimensions…
Created on: Thursday 13th May 2010
Last updated: Wednesday 1st August 2012
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Record ID: WAW-BEB7A0
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Telford and Wrekin
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Three (3) sherds, weighing 13.7 grams, from the same wheelthrown ceramic vessel. These sherds consist of one (1) rimsherd and two (2) bodysherds. All three (3) sherds have a fabric similar to that described as SAND1 in Ratkai 2000, p. 85. It consists of a glazed sandy ware, a regional type of jug, found in Herefordshire and Shropshire, with a main concentration in Worcestershire and Staffordshire. One of the bodysherds exhibits some rouletted decoration, which would indicate dating of mid 12th to mid 13th centuries (1150 to 1250 AD). All sherds have been photographed separately. …
Created on: Thursday 13th May 2010
Last updated: Wednesday 1st August 2012
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Record ID: WAW-BEE312
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Telford and Wrekin
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Two (2) bodysherds, weighing 14.3 grams, from of a handmade ceramic vessel. Both sherds have a fabric similar to that described as SANDC in Ratkai 2000, p85. It consists of a coarse sandy cooking pot type fabric, a regional type of cooking pots and jars, found in Herefordshire and Shropshire, with a main concentration in Worcestershire and Staffordshire. This fabric probably dates from late 11th to 13th centuries (c.1075 to c.1200). The bodysherds have been photographed as a group. Separate sherd details: Sherd 1: Bodysherd. Firing conditions: oxidised exterior, unoxidised core…
Created on: Thursday 13th May 2010
Last updated: Wednesday 1st August 2012
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Record ID: WAW-BEF8C2
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Telford and Wrekin
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Two (2) bodysherds, weighing 2.7 grams, from of a handmade ceramic vessel. Both sherds have a fabric similar to that described as SAND3 in Ratkai 2000, p85. It consists of a coarse sandy glazed jug type fabric with a white slip present under the glaze. This is similar to the Worcester style jugs, so is likely to be of similar dating, 12th to 13th Centuries (1100 to 1200 AD). The bodysherds have been photographed as a group. Separate sherd details: Sherd 1: Bodysherd. Firing conditions: oxidised exterior, unoxidised core, oxidised interior, white slip present on exterior, under …
Created on: Thursday 13th May 2010
Last updated: Wednesday 1st August 2012
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Record ID: WAW-E76214
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: ROMAN
County: Telford and Wrekin
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One (1) bodysherd of a wheelthrown ceramic vessel, probably of Roman dating (1st to 4th Centuries AD). The sherd is 4.01mm thick and weighs 1.8 grams. It is 25.82mm wide and 18.28mm deep. The sherd has an pale cream / grey fabric, with a reduced core. No glaze is present. The fabric is suggestive of local (unsourced) greyware. No vessel form can be confidentally identified. Sherd specific details: Fabric type: local (unsourced) greyware Sherd type: bodysherd Firing condition: oxidised exterior, unoxidised core, oxidised inte…
Created on: Wednesday 1st September 2010
Last updated: Thursday 9th September 2010
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Record ID: WAW-F75D30
Object type: VESSEL
Broad period: POST MEDIEVAL
County: Telford and Wrekin
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A rimsherd of a wheelthrown salt glazed ceramic vessel. The sherd is 6.77mm thick and weighs 20.4g. It is 50.36mm long and 36.24mm wide. The rim diameter of the sherd is 4cm wide. The sherd consists of a neck and rim fragment, most likely from a jug, in a light grey stoneware fabric. The exterior surface is a dark brown mottled colour with a salt glaze (orange peel glaze). The interior surface is a lighter mottled brown colour. This fabric is consistent with that of an imported German stoneware, mostly likely from the Frechen area (10km southwest of Cologne). Fre…
Created on: Thursday 2nd September 2010
Last updated: Thursday 9th September 2010
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Record ID: WAW-BF0FE2
Object type: TILE
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Telford and Wrekin
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One (1) sherd of a flat handmade ceramic roof tile. It consists of a sandy fabric, similar in style and texture to ceramic fabrics described in Ratkai (2000). No glaze is present. The exterior and interior surfaces are oxidised, and the core is unoxidised. No glaze is present. It probably dates from the Late Medieval to Early Post Medieval period. The sherd measures: 40.85mm length, 48.06mm width, 11.85mm thick and weighs 26.8 grams.
Created on: Thursday 13th May 2010
Last updated: Monday 5th December 2011
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Record ID: WAW-EA82D3
Object type: FLOOR TILE
Broad period: MEDIEVAL
County: Telford and Wrekin
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A fragment of a line impressed ceramic floor tile, of later medieval dating (13th to 15th Centuries AD). Approximately 40% of the tile is present and consists of a orangey red oxidised ceramic tile with a light brown transparent glaze with a line impressed design. The glaze extends down the original edges. The floor tile would probably have been triangular (corner) in shape. Three original edges survive, the central diagonal one indicates that the tile was originally made as a square and designed to be broken into two to create two triangular tiles. The design present consists of …
Created on: Tuesday 27th July 2010
Last updated: Friday 27th July 2012
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