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||Reading Museum and Art Gallery
||Cam 102, Cam 262
||From G.C.Boons's 1954-59 excavations at Silchester
there is a fine example of
(Boon 1969, fig.15,167)
in fabric TF1
(confirmed by thin-section:
The same context includes examples of jars
and flagons in Rigby and Freestone's `Standard Fabric'
(Boon 1969, nos. 165, 168;
Rigby and Freestone 1986, 11, 14).
These vessels are probably from a Tiberio-Claudian context.
The 1980-86 excavations on the Basilica site have
yielded large assemblages of Augustan and Tiberian date.
including examples of C262 in TF1,
form a small but significant element of these groups,
accompanied by a range of
Central Gaulish flagons and other fine wares
(information from Dr. Jane Timby).
||Boon 1969, nos. 128, 167, 168, 177
Timby in Fulford forthcoming, fabrics E17 and E18
||TF1 Granite tempered - from petrological examination
||TF1 Granite tempered
Location map : Silchester