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Pottery from the medieval kiln in Newport, Pembrokeshire

Building work on the Memorial Hall in Newport is beginning now and the removal of soil outside the north west corner of the building is producing large quantities of medieval pottery and kiln debris. These are some samples of the … Continue reading

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(Re) Excavating the Medieval Kiln ´╗┐at Newport, Pembrokeshire

Work on the Memorial Hall in Newport, near Fishguard in Pembrokeshire has moved on another stage as we have been able to begin re-excavating and recording the medieval kiln in the basement.  Having got the appropriate permissions, the aim has … Continue reading

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Bristol and Regional Archaeological Services have been excavating at the site of the Barton Hill Pottery in Barton Hill, Bristol for the last couple of weeks. The Barton Hill Pottery was a small redware pottery making lead-glazed farmhouse kitchenwares and … Continue reading

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