A GREAT BIG MELTING POT: EXPLORING PATTERNS OF GLASS SUPPLY, CONSUMPTION AND RECYCLING IN ROMAN COPPERGATE, YORK*

@inproceedings{Jackson2015AGB,
  title={A GREAT BIG MELTING POT: EXPLORING PATTERNS OF GLASS SUPPLY, CONSUMPTION AND RECYCLING IN ROMAN COPPERGATE, YORK*},
  author={Christina Marie Jackson and Shayne Paynter},
  year={2015}
}
One hundred and ninety three glass fragments from the canabae in York were analysed (first to fourth centuries). They fall into six compositional groups: antimony colourless (Sb), highmanganese (high-Mn), low-manganese (low-Mn), mixed antimony and manganese (Sb–Mn), high iron, manganese and titanium (HIMT) and plant ash. Some groups represent production groups, some of which appear to be in limited supply in this western outpost, but are more prevalent elsewhere, and others reflect changing… CONTINUE READING

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