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Bibliography and Abbreviations

BH Mus, Lewes: The Barbican House Museum, High Street,Lewes.

Chichester D Mus: Chichester District Museum, 29 Little London, Chichester.

Cleere, H. F. 1970. The Romano-British Industrial Site at Bardown, Wadhurst. An interim report on excavations 1960-1968. Sussex Archaeol. Soc. Occas. Paper 1 (1970).

Curle 00: Standard numbering of samian ware forms, after Curie, J. 1911. A Roman Frontier Post and its People. The Fort of Newstead in the Parish of Melrose. Glasgow.

Down, A. 1978. Chichester Excavations III. Chichester.

Dr. 00: Standard numbering of samian ware forms, after Dragendorf, H. 1865. Terra Sigtllata. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte griechischen und römischen Keramik. Bonner Jahrbüch 46 (1865), 18-55.

Evans, K. J. 1974. Excavations on a Romano-British site, Wiggonholt, 1964. Sussex Archaeol. Collect. 112 (1974),97-151.

Holden and Holmes 1980. Holden, E. W. and Holmes, J. A Romano-British Pottery Kiln at Polhill’s Farm, Arlington. Sussex Archaeol. Collect. 118 (1980), 57-62.

OS: Ordnance Survey.

PSAL: Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries London.

SAC: Sussex Archaeological Collections.

Simpson, M. G. 1952. The Aldgate Potter: A Maker of Romano-British Samian Ware. J. Roman Stud. 42 (1952), 68-71.

Webster, P. V. 1975. More British Samian Ware by the Aldgate-Pulborough Potter. Britannia 6 (1975), 163-70.

Winbolt, S. E. 1927. Excavations at Hardham Camp, Pulborough, April 1926. Sussex Archaeol. Collect. 68 (1927), 89-132.

Worthing Mus: The Museum and Art Gallery, Chapel Road, Worthing.