Malcolm Lyne has been involved with archaeology since 1967 and with Roman pottery research since 1971. His research commenced with excavations in and survey of the Alice Holt potteries and surrounding areas in north-east Hampshire: this work resulted in two publications, as CBA Research Report 30 in 1979 and BAR British Series 574 in 2012. This research was joined by that on other Roman potteries in Britannia after 1988 and on Late Roman grog-tempered wares and BB1 in particular. The results of the research into the grog-tempered wares were published by Archaeopress in 2015.
Much has been written about Roman Dorset Black-Burnished Ware (BB1) and its Late Iron Age Durotrigian origins since the industry was first recognised at the end of the 1960s. However, this has mostly focused on the forms produced and distributed during the 1st to 3rd centuries. This publication covers those of the late 3rd to early 5th century. READ MORE
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James Douglas (1753-1819) was a polymath, well ahead of his time in both the fields of archaeology and earth-sciences. This book recounts his archaeological and other activities in Sussex during the first two decades of the 19th century. READ MORE
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This publication deals with the Late Roman handmade grog tempered ware industries of East Sussex, the Hampshire basin, East Kent and West Kent, presenting corpora for these various wares. READ MORE
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