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R002 – BLACK-BURNISHED Ware 2 Pottery Sherd

A Fragment of Roman Pottery Sherd found at the documented Huntspill locality in 1973 (Shepton Mallet) Black Burnished ware is a coarse-textured hand formed black sandy ware with burnished (polished by rubbing) surfaces. Typically the ware consisted of everted-rim (turned outwards) jars, plain dishes, flat-rimmed or flanged bowls decorated externally with zones of burnished lattice …

R003 – Ancient Roman Terracotta Jar

Ancient Roman Terracotta Jar

Description Ancient Roman Red Terracotta Jar Circa 1st-3rd Century AD An Ancient Roman terracotta jar, featuring a rounded base, a globular body and a flaring rim. Some earthly encrustations remain on the surface. Measurements: 5cm height, 5cm width Provenance Private London collection, (A.D., 1980-2015). Sold at auction by Ancient Art, The Gallery, London Bought at …

R001 – Colchester Roman BLACK-BURNISHED Ware 2

R001 - Colchester Roman BLACK-BURNISHED Ware 2

Roman BLACK-BURNISHED Ware 2 Bowl with Chamfer 2nd Century 138–193 AD Antonine Dynasty 122mm Diameter 45mm Height 60mm Base Bowl has a convex face to a narrow base Colchester Roman BLACK-BURNISHED Ware 2 Possibly manufactured on the Thames Estuary / Cliffe at Hoo  Wheel-thrown grey or black sand-tempred wares, typically everted-rim jars with burnished lattice …