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Legionary Tile Production in Britain
ABSTRACT There are over two thousand legionary stamped tiles incorporating some two hundred different dies now admirably collated and listed in Roman Inscriptions of Britain. Dates have beenExpand
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A dated typology for Roman roof-tiles (tegulae)
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Production, Distribution, Use and Curation: A Study of Stamped Tile from Gloucestershire
This paper explores the development of tile-stamping in the period a.d. 100–50 by the Gloucester and Cirencester civic authorities, and by private tile-makers in Gloucestershire, and the territorialExpand
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A Possible Mid-Fourth-Century Altar Platform at Marcham/Frilford, Oxfordshire
Abstract Marcham/Frilford is a large religious site with a temple, an amphitheatre and a central shrine feature. Adjacent to the shrine is a large fourth-century structure containing a significantExpand
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The Quantification and Interpretation of Ceramic Building Material (CBM) Assemblages in Britain
Abstract Quantification of assemblages of ceramic building material (CBM) is now normal excavation practice, but there is insufficient standardisation of methodology and little study of the validityExpand
Roman Tile: hard-core or hard data?
Experimental archaeology: making Roman tiles
Excavations at Marcham/ Frilford