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Bibliography and Abbreviations

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

Archaeom: Archaeometry.

Bartlett, B. 1791. Manduessedum Romanorum being the History and Antiquities of the Parish of Mancetter. Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica 9 (1791) VII, pp. 168.

Bateman, J. 1978. A Late Bronze Age Cremation Cemetery and Iron Age/Romano-British Enclosures in the Parish of Ryton-on-Dunsmore, Warwickshire. Trans. Birmingham Warwickshire Archaeol. Soc. 88 (1976-7), 9-47.

Bird and Young 1981. Bird, J. and Young, C. J. Migrant Potters – The Oxford Connection. In Anderson, A. C. and Anderson, A. S. (eds.). Roman Pottery Research in Britain and North-West Europe. Papers presented to Dr. G.Webster. BAR Int. Series 123 (1981), 295-312. Oxford.

Birmingham Mus: Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham.

Coventry Mus: Herbert Art Gallery and Museum, Jordan Well, Coventry.

Hartley, K. F. 1973. The Kilns at Mancetter and Hartshill, Warwickshire. In Detsicas, A. P. (ed.). Current Research in Romano-British Coarse Pottery. C.B.A. Res. Rept. 10 (1973), 143-7. London.

Hemsley, R. 1959. A Romano-British Pottery Kiln at Manduessedum. Trans. Birmingham Warwickshire Archaeol. Soc. 77 (1959), 5-17.

Hughes, H. V. 1959. A Romano-British Kiln Site at Perry Barr, Birmingham. Trans. Birmingham Warwickshire Archaeol. Soc. 77 (1959), 33-9.

JRS: Journal of Roman Studies.

Nuneaton Mus: Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery, Riversley Park, Nuneaton.

OS: Ordnance Survey.

PSAL: Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London.

Stanley and Stanley 1964. Stanley, M. and Stanley, B. The Romano-British Potters’ Field at Wappenbury, Warwickshire. Trans. Birmingham Warwickshire Archaeol. Soc. 79 (1964), 93-108.

VCH Warwicks: The Victoria County History of Warwickshire.

Warwick Mus: Warwickshire Museum, Market Place,Warwick.

WMANS: West Midlands Archaeological News Sheet.