Camulodunum type 262, le type Besançon and Central Gaulish granite-tempered ware
||Loeschcke illustrates a small complete jar,
then housed in Trier Museum,
as a parallel for the moulded-rim jar sherds
recovered from Haltern.
Hawkes and Hull cite as a parallel for
type 262 a `small one in the same clay from Trier'.
Although they give no further bibliographic
or museum reference,
the probability that this and the vessel published by
Loeschcke are one and the same must be very high,
and it is most likely that the Trier jar was in TF1.
The vessel was not
traceable in Trier in 1979.
||Loeschcke 1909, 288, Abb.44,7
Hawkes and Hull 1947, 270
||TF1 Granite tempered - possibly
Location map : Trier