Discredited Kiln Site
The following kiln site has been omitted from the gazetteer:
Sulhamstead Bannister SU67246657 (Berkshire Archaeol J. 10 (1904), 114). No wasters or burnt clay debris among material; evidence observed in 1902 is suggestive of late IA early RB domestic occupation, possibly including hearths.
Bibliography and Abbreviations
A Mus, Oxford: The Ashmolean Museum, Beaumont Street, Oxford.
BB: Black-burnished ware (see Glossary).
Berks AJ: Berkshire Archaeological Journal.
CBA Grp 9 NL: Council for British Archaeology (regional) Group 9 News Letter.
Connah, D. B. 1964. The Excavations of Romano-British kiln sites at Hamstead Marshall, Berkshire. ,Archaeol. Newsletter 7 (1964), 235-7.
Gillam 00: Vessel-type numbers in Gillam, J. P. 1970.Types of Roman Coarse Pottery Vessels in Northern Britain. 3rd ed. Newcastle upon Tyne.
Hardy, W. K. 1937. Romano-British Pottery Kilns between Compton and Aldworth, Berkshire. Trans. Newbury Dist. Fld. Club 7 (1937), 211-6.
Harris, W. E. 1935. The late Romano-British Kiln in Compton, Berkshire. Berkshire Archaeol. J. 39 (1935), 93-5.
Harris and Young 1974. Harris, E. and Young, C. J. The ‘Overdale’ Kiln Site at Boar’s Hill, near Oxford. Oxoniensia 39 (1974), 12-25.
Newbury Mus: Newbury Museum, Wharf Street, Newbury.
NMHG: Newbury Museum Historical Group.
Peake, H. 1931. The Archaeology of Berkshire. London.
Reading Mus: The Museum and Art Gallery, Blagrave Street, Reading.
Sc Mus, London: The Science Museum, Exhibition Road, South Kensington, London.
Willett, F. 1948. A Romano-British Pottery Kiln on Foxcombe Hill, Berkshire. Oxoniensia 13 (1948), 32-8.
Young, C. J. 1977. The Roman Pottery Industry of the Oxford Region. BAR British Series 43 (1977). Oxford.
Young 00: Vessel-type numbers in Young 1977.