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A gazetteer and summary of French pottery imported into Scotland c. 1150 to c. 1650 a ceramic contribution to Scotland's economic history Ceramic Resource Disc 3

By George Haggarty

Abstract

The proposal for a series of published inventories, by countries, of all the imported medieval and post medieval pottery recovered from excavations and field walking in Scotland, was advanced on the final day of the Medieval Pottery Research Group’s conference held in Edinburgh in May 2001. Taking on the roll of creating a gazetteer and catalogue of French pottery in Scotland, it was the authors aim to build on the pioneering work of John Hurst and other medieval ceramicists and in the process make a contribution to the ongoing research on identifiable medieval and post-medieval ceramics traded around the North and Irish Sea

Topics: DA Great Britain, NK Decorative arts Applied arts Decoration and ornament
Publisher: Tayside and Fife Archaeological Society
Year: 2006
OAI identifier: oai:repository.nms.ac.uk:303

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  274. type jug: shards 1: Phase 5, context 1171: small shard in a pale pink fabric with the same vertical triangular stripes as the Seine Valley White ware: the glaze on one side of the stripe is green and, on the other, yellow:
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  276. type jugs: shards 1: Context not given: Comments Excavation of a series of robbed out earthworks, which were the site of a medieval abbey founded some time prior to 1198.
  277. type jugs: shards 1: Contexts 0103: sf no 279 Comments Excavations on a backland site which was not intensively occupied and whose phases of activity began in the mid-13th century.
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  279. type jugs: shards 9:
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  284. Wares: type jugs & cooking pots: shards 26: Context 2412, shards 1:
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  286. Whistle: almost complete: Context 010, unstratified: (see main text & illustration in Word File 19) Comment This small bird whistle was recovered from an excavation at the south boundary wall of Kilbarchan parish church, by Addayman Associates.
  287. White: type jugs: shards 9:
  288. Whiteware : shards 4: Context 2342, shards 3: context 6169, shards 1: Loire Narrow Necked Jugs: shards 1: Context, 3061:
  289. Whiteware : type jug: handle shard 1: Cat no 11, Area H / X, phase 9, context 1346, illus 122: Loire Narrow-Neck Jug: shards 4: Cat no 344, illus 122, context not given: However there are 4 conjoining body shards from area N, context 966: 8
  290. Whiteware Cover: Green Glazed : shards 1: Area F, Context 1665, SF no 1786: green glazed.
  291. Whiteware Cover: Green Glazed: shards 1: Area F, Context 1665, SF no 1786: green glazed.
  292. (1993). Whiteware Green-Glazed type jug: shards 1: Area N, phase V, context 206, shards 1:
  293. Whiteware: shards 4: Context 2342, shards 3: context 6169, shards 1: Loire Narrow Necked Jugs: shards 1: Context, 3061:
  294. Whiteware: type flask: shards 1: Context 1152:
  295. Whiteware: type jug: handle shard 1: Cat no 11, Area H / X, phase 9, context 1346, illus 122: Loire Narrow-Neck Jug: shards 4: Cat no 344, illus 122, context not given: However there are 4 conjoining body shards from area N, context 966: 8

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