A RESEARCH DESIGN FOR THE STUDY OF ROMAN POTTERY IN THE EAST MIDLANDS & EAST ANGLIA

Edited by T.S. Martin & C.R. Wallace on behalf of The Study Group for Roman Pottery, East Midlands & Anglia Regional Group October 1997; selectively revised 2002

Contents:

Introduction

1. Some General Points

1.1 Common standards
1.2 Quantitative study
1.3 The value of computer based archives

2. Summary of Major Gaps in Existing Knowledge

2.1 Pottery and larger themes
2.2 Pottery as part of regional themes: the Catuvellauni
2.3 Pottery as part of regional themes: the Corieltauvi
2.4 Pottery as part of regional themes: the Iceni
2.5 Pottery as part of regional themes: the Trinovantes

3. How to remedy matters - Regional Research Priorities for the East Midlands and East Anglia

3.1 Ensuring that the highest quality of pottery analysis is achieved
3.2 The potential of museum collections
3.3 Specialist wares
3.4 Kiln groups and production sites: research and publication priorities
3.5 Early military sites: research and publication priorities
3.6 Consumer sites
3.7 Regional ceramic traditions: wares
3.8 Regional ceramic traditions: vessel styles
3.9 Unpublished work

4. Concluding Remarks

Appendix 1: About Funding

Bibliography

Return to Framework Menu