Three Roman Pottery Kilns from Osborne Farm, Kingsley, Bordon, Hampshire
A series of archaeological investigations were carried out by West Sussex Archaeology Ltd., on behalf of Country Market, at Osborne Farm in advance of the construction of a new garden centre between February and November 2011. Three Romano-British pottery kilns, belonging to the Alice Holt industry, were excavated, together with a pit containing an Iron Age saddle quern, an earlier prehistoric/Romano-British field boundary and a post-medieval trackway. The pottery kilns were all of the single chambered twin flue variety, typical of the Alice Holt industry. The associated pottery assemblage was of later Roman date probably within the period AD 270–330.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: June 1, 2014
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