A Dated Type Series of London Medieval Pottery, Part 5: Shelly-sandy ware and the greyware industries (MOLAS MONOGRAPH 49)
By: Jacqueline Pearce (author), Lyn Blackmore (author)Hardback
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An essential survey for all interested in the pottery of the London area, this study charts the development, peak and decline of two ceramic traditions: the shelly wares of c 1140-1220, mainly city-based but reaching Scotland and across the North Sea to Norway, and the greywares of c 1170-1350, widely used in the city and even more so in its hinterland. In addition to fabric analyses, form typologies, a gazetteer of find spots and scientific data, the study includes a summary of greyware production centres, and considers function, use, marketing of medieval pottery and the chronology of selected consumer sites in London and its region.
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