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Journal of Roman pottery studies; v.13: An mortarium bibliography for Roman Britain.


Journal of Roman pottery studies; v.13: An mortarium bibliography for Roman Britain.

Hartley, Katharine F. and Roberta Tomber.

Oxbow Books


139 pages




This project, which was initiated by English Heritage in response to the Fulford report on The current state of Romano-British pottery studies, is a comprehensive bibliography bringing together the literature on moratoria from the last 30 years, presented by region and with an introductory summary for each. Important earlier monographs and sources are included. Emphasis is on published material; scientific analysis is restricted to that only on moratoria, and information from archival material held by individuals and organizations is selectively included. An abbreviated version is available online. Sources for the text are bibliographies by Hartley and Peter Cheer, and a computerized version of the annual Journal of Roman Pottery Studies bibliography. Local journals from 1970 to 2001 were also searched. A place name index and alphabetical listing are provided. Distributed in North America by The David Brown Book Co.

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