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Bibliography and Abbreviations

AE: Archaeological Excavations (Dept. of the Environment: HMSO).

A Mus: The Ashmolean Museum, Beaumont Street, Oxford.

BB: Black-burnished ware.

BB2: Black-burnished ware, Category 2 (see Glossary).

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CAG Bull: Bulletin of the Colchester Archaeological Group.

Cam. 00: Vessel-form numbers in Hawkes and Hull 1947.

CEU: Central Excavation Unit (Dept. of the Environment, Inspectorate of Ancient Monuments), Fort Cumberland, Eastney, Portsmouth.

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ChAT: Chelmsford Archaeological Trust, The Old Cemetery Lodge, Writtle Road, Chelmsford.

Chelmsford E Mus: The Chelmsford and Essex Museum, Oaklands Park, Moulsham Street, Chelmsford.

Colch AT: Colchester Archaeological Trust, 12 Lexden Road, Colchester.

Colch E Mus Rept: Colchester and Essex Museum: Annual Report of the Museum and Muniment Committee.

Colchester E Mus: The Colchester and Essex Museum, The Castle, Colchester.

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Essex CCSMR: The Sites and Monuments Record of the Archaeological Section of Essex County Council Planning Office, County Hall, Chelmsford.

Gents Mag: The Gentlemans Magazine.

Glllam 00: Vessel-type numbers in Gillam, J. P. 1970.Types of Roman Coarse Pottery Vessels in Northern Britain. 3rd ed. Newcastle upon Tyne.

Harlow Mus: Harlow Museum, Third Avenue, Harlow, Essex.

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JRS: Journal of Roman Studies.

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NMAS: National Museum of Antiquities of Scotland, Queen Street, Edinburgh.

OS: Ordnance Survey.

PE Mus: Passmore Edwards Museum, Romford Road, Stratford, London.

PSAL: Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London.

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Thurrock LH Mus: Thurrock Local History Museum, Central Library, Orsett Road, Grays.

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VCH Essex: The Victoria County History of Essex.

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