Discredited Kiln Site
The following kiln site has been omitted from the gazetteer:
Stone SP7812 (Rec. Buckinghamshire 4 (1972), 122); there is no evidence that this is Roman in date; it does not lie near any known Romano-British kiln concentration, although there is a considerable amount of stray Romano-British material from the area (inf. M. Farley).
Bibliography and Abbreviations
Aylesbury Mus: Buckinghamshire County Museum, Aylesbury.
BB: black-burnished ware (see Glossary).
CBA Grp 9 NL: Council for British Archaeology (regional) Group 9 Newsletter.
Corder, P. 1943. The Roman Pottery made at Fulmer. Rec. Buckinghamshire 14 (1943), 153-63.
Milton Keynes DCAU: Milton Keynes Development Corporation Archaeological Unit, Bradwell Abbey Field Centre, Bradwell, Milton Keynes.
Oakley et al. 1937. Oakley, K. P., Vulliamy, C. E., Rouse, E. C. and Cottrill, F. The excavation of a Romano-British Pottery kiln site near Hedgerley. Rec. Buckinghamshire 13 (1937), 252-80.
R Bucks: Records of Buckinghamshire.
Rouse, E. C. 1941. Discovery of a Romano-British Pottery kiln site near Fulmer. Rec. Buckinghamshire 14 (1941),67-9.
Tarrant and Sandford 1972. Tarrant, N. and Sandford, A. A Romano-British Kiln at Fulmer. Rec. Buckinghamshire 19 (1972), 174-88.
Wolv DASJ: Wolverton District Archaeological Society Journal.
Wolv HJ: Wolverton Historical Journal (from 1970; as Wolv DASJ pre 1970).
Woods et al. 1981. Woods, P. J., Turland, R., Hastings, P. A Romano-British Pottery at Biddlesden, Bucks. In Anderson, A. C. and Anderson, A. S. Roman Pottery Research in Britain and North-West Europe. Papers presented to Dr G. Webster. BAR. Int Series 123 (1981), 369-95. Oxford.