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date: 23 August 2019

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The chapter can be no more than a rapid scan through parts of the field trying to address the questions asked of this author with a few examples. It is a personal view and does not attempt to reflect a consensus position. The editors kindly informed the author that ‘We envision this chapter addressing the social explanations for and consequences of the changing forms of ceramic technologies and vessel types, both in the immediate post-Conquest period, but also through to the Late Roman period. You may wish to consider the continuity of indigenous technologies, as well as the adoption of new forms.’ The author attempts to do this.

Keywords: Iron Age pottery, Roman pottery, ceramic technology, continuity, ‘Romanization’, late Roman period

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