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Bibliography and Abbreviations

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Anderson, A. S. 1980. Romano-British Pottery Kilns at Purton. Wiltshire Archaeol. Natur. Hist. Mag. 73 (1980), 51-8.

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BB: Black-burnished ware (see Glossary).

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Devizes Mus: Devizes Museum, Long Street, Devizes.

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

Luckett, L. 1970, The Savernake Kilns. Wiltshire Archaeol. Natur. Hist. Mag. 65 (1970), 200-201.

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SMAS: Swindon Museum Archaeological Society.

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Swindon Mus: Swindon Museum and Art Gallery, Bath Road, Swindon.

VCH Wilts: The Victoria County History of Wiltshire.

WAM: Wiltshire Archaeol. Natur. Hist. Magazine.

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Wilts CCSMR: Wiltshire County Council Sites and Monuments Record, Trowbridge.