provisional list of imported pottery in post-Roman western Britain & Ireland

by Charles Thomas

Publisher: Institute of Cornish Studies in Pool, Redruth, Cornwall

Written in English
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Places:

  • Great Britain,
  • Ireland,
  • Great Britain.,
  • Ireland.

Subjects:

  • Pottery, Roman -- Great Britain.,
  • Pottery -- Ireland.,
  • Romans -- Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain -- Antiquities.,
  • Ireland -- Antiquities.

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 29-32.

StatementCharles Thomas ; (with an appendix on Tintagel by O.J. Padel).
SeriesSpecial report ;, no. 7, Special report (Institute of Cornish Studies) ;, no. 7.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDA145 .T42 1981
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p. ;
Number of Pages32
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3858046M
LC Control Number81177971

Pottery In Britain 4, BC to AD by Lloyd Laing, senior lecturer in archaeology at Nottingham University, is a very welcome addition to the existing literature on ceramics, providing a concise history of the development of pottery techniques and styles from Neolithic times to the Victorian s: A Provisional List of Imported Pottery in post-Roman western Britain and Ireland. Institute of Cornish Studies, Special Report No Thorpe, Lewis, ed. & trans.() Gregory of Tours: The History of the Franks. London: Penguin. Wallace-Hadrill, J.M. ( reprint) The Fourth Book of the Chronicle of Fredegar with its continuations. London; New. Referred to by the Design and Craft Council of Ireland as ‘the godfather of Irish craft’, former cameraman Louis Mulcahy has been designing and throwing pottery at his workshop in Dingle, County Kerry since the s, after relocating there from then, the originally small enterprise has grown into an international success, with his acclaimed work being praised everywhere from. Pottery and local production at the end of Roman Britain / K.R. Dark --IV. Cargoes in trade along the western seaboard / J.M. Wooding --V. The archaeological evidence for external contacts: imports, trade and economy in Celtic Britain A.D. / E. Campbell --VI. Post-Roman imports in Britain and Ireland: a maritime perspective / A. Bowman.

  The writer's style is quite informal, which makes the book less daunting than it could be otherwise. As an introduction, it covers, in archaeological terms, a significant period of British and, less fully, Irish s: 3. Early Church in Western Britain and Ireland: Studies Presented to Radford (BAR. British series) by Susan M. Pearce: Beaker domestic sites: a study of the domestic pottery of the late third and early second millennia B.C. in the British Isles. Part 1 and 2 by Alex M. Gibson: You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Free ebooks since [email protected] Charles Thomas Born Antony Charles Thomas Ap Redruth, Cornwall Nationality British Occupation Archaeologist, Historian, Author Title Professor of Cornish Studies at Exeter University.

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Provisional list of imported pottery in post-Roman western Britain & Ireland. Pool, Redruth, Cornwall: Institute of Cornish Studies, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Charles Thomas.

A provisional list of imported pottery in post-Roman Western Britain & Ireland / Charles Thomas ; (with an appendix on Tintagel by O.J. Padel); Redruth: Institute of Cornish Studies, Special report of the Institute of Cornish Studies series ; no ISBN Born: Antony Charles Thomas, 26 AprilCamborne.

Thomas, C. (), A Provisional List of Imported Pottery in Post-Roman Western Britain and Ireland, Redruth Tortorella, S. (), ‘ La ceramica fine da mensa africana dal IV al VII secolo d. ’, in Giardina, A.

(ed.), Società romana e impero tardoantico,Rome and BariCited by: Riley, J A, The pottery from cisternsandin Excavations at Carthage conducted by the University of Michigan 6 (ed J H Humphrey), 85–, Ann Arbor Thomas, C, A provisional list of imported pottery in post-Roman western Britain and Ireland.

A provisional list of imported pottery in post-Roman western Britain & Ireland / Charles Thomas ; (with Metal weapons of the Early and Middle Bronze Ages in Syria-Palestine / Graham Philip Explore.

Thomas, C. Imported late-Roman Mediterranean pottery in Ireland and western Britain: Chronologies and Implications. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 13 Pottery: C.

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Thomas, C () A Provisional List of Imported Pottery in post-Roman Western Britain and Ireland. Inst Cornish Stud Spec Rep 7 Redruth, Inst Cornish Stud. Timby, J. () "The Middle Saxon pottery." in P.

Andrews, ed., Southampton Finds, Vol 1: The Coins and Pottery from Hamwic, Vince, A. (a) "Part 2: the ceramic finds.". Thomas, AC,A Provisional List of Imported Pottery from Post Roman Western Britain & Ireland (Bibliographic reference).

SCO SCO Browse, RG,Tintagel Castle, (Article in serial). A provisional list of imported pottery in post-Roman Western Britain and Ireland. Britain and Ireland in Early Chrisitan times, AD Author Celtic Britain. Author English Heritage book of Tintagel, Arthur and archaeology. Author. Wide distribution around Eastern Mediterranean; rarer in west, but examples from Italy, Spain, southern Gaul, Switzerland, Brittany and post-Roman sites in western Britain.

Aliases. Augst class Keay fabric Keay class LIII. Peacock and Williams class 44 (Kuzmanov XIII, Scorpan 8B, Carthage LR1, Benghazi LR1, Keay LIII). Bibliography. A Provisional List of Imported Pottery in Post-Roman Western Britain and Ireland, Inst. Cornish Stud. Special Rep., 7, Redruth. Thomas, A.C.

‘East and West: Tintagel Mediterranean imports and the early insular church’ in The Early Church in Western Britain and Ireland (ed. S.M., Pearce), Brit. Archaeol. Rep.

OJ Padel, ‘Tintagel – an alternative view’, in A Provisional List of Imported Pottery in Post-Roman Western Britain and Ireland, ed C Thomas (Redruth, ), 28–9. Ibid. Published most accessibly in C Thomas, Tintagel: Arthur and Archaeology (London, ), plate 4 (and see pp 75–6).

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7 (Redruth, ), p. 6; C. Thomas, 'The context of Tintagel: a new model for the diffusion of post-Roman Mediterranean imports. A Provisional List of Imported Pottery in Post-Roman Western Britain and Ireland. Truro, Cornwall: Institute of Cornish Studies Thompson, Stith.

The Folktale. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston. Thorpe, Lewis, ed. and trans. Geoffrey of Monmouth, The History of the Kings of Britain. Middlesex and New York: Penguin. Wacher, John. Me dite rranean pottery in Ireland and western Br itain: chronol ogies and implications, " Proc.

of the Royal Irish Academy, 76 ( 6), THOMAS C. A provisional list of imported pottery in post-Roman wes t er n Brita in and Ireland, Redruth.

Thomas, Charles A Provisional List of Imported Pottery in Post-Roman Western Britain & Ireland / Charles Thomas ; (with an appendix on Tintagel by O. Padel) (Special report ; no.7); Redruth: Institute of Cornish Studies, ISBN ; References and notes.

Thomas, C. () A Provisional List of Imported Pottery in Post-Roman Western Britain and Ireland. Redruth: Save Resource. Title. Save to myAds Resources. Share This Page. Email. Print. Twitter Facebook MySpace. Delicous Stumble Digg.

More Destinations. Newsfeeds. Apart from the western defensive features on the mainland and the southern part of the castle's hollowed approach, this monument is in the care of the Secretary of State. Coastal Slate Quarries; Tintagel to Trebarwith, () Thomas, C, A List of Imported Pottery in Post-Roman West Britain & Ireland, () Thomas, C, A List of Imported.

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6; C. Thomas, 'The context of Tintagel. A new model for the diffusion of post-Roman Mediterranean imports', Cornish Archaeology, 27 (), 7–25 at p. 22; C. Thomas, And Shall These. For summary: Tomber and Williams ; distribution in Riley ; Thomas ; post-Roman importation: Fulford Bibliography.

Fulford Fulford, M. G., Byzantium and Britain: a Mediterranean perspective on Post-Roman Mediterranean imports in western Britain and Ireland, MedArch, 33,Thomas, Charles, () A provisional list of imported pottery in post-Roman Western Britain & Ireland / Charles Thomas ; (with an appendix on Tintagel by O.

Padel) (Special report ; no.7); Redruth: Institute of Cornish Studies, ISBN   Thomas C () A Provisional List of Imported Pottery in Post-Roman Western Britain and Ireland, Institute of Cornish Studies Special Report, No.

Redruth, ICS Tilley C () A Phenomenology of landscape. O'Mahoney, C, ‘Medieval pottery from Tintagel: a summary’, Cornish Studies, 16 (), 67–8.

Padel, OJ, ‘Tintagel: an alternative view’, in A Provisional List of Imported Pottery in Post-Roman Western Britain and Ireland, ed C Thomas (Redruth, ), 28–9.

Pottery in Britain BC to AD A Guide to Identifying Potsherds Lloyd Laing. out of 5 stars Paperback. 3 offers from £ Iron Age Communities In Britain: An account of England, Scotland and Wales from the Seventh Century BC until the Roman Conquest Barry Cunliffe. Reviews: 8. Most of the pottery imported into Britain came from Gaul.

British potters. Up to the invasion, the British made pottery, but it was of a lower quality than their Gallic cousins in Europe were producing, so hardly any was exported.

The vast majority of pottery used in Britain was imported. Then the Romans arrived and the demand for pottery. Author of Britain and Ireland in early Christian times, ADChristianity in Roman Britain to ADExploration of a drowned landscape, Irish colonists in south-west Britain, Celtic Britain, Bede, archaeology, and the cult of relics, Gathering the Fragments, 'To the lighthouse'.Find‐spots of this pottery occur throughout the western parts of the British Isles, chiefly at or near to the coasts of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Wales, Ireland and Scotland (Thomas, ).

The dates of the finds suggest that they were imported into Britain throughout the 5th and 6th centuries.