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Gone To Pot: How did Beck Row consume so much Roman Pottery?

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Archaeological Solutions conducted the excavation of a large area at beck Row in 2010-11, and the site produced over 7000 sherds of Roman pottery. There have been numerous other archaeological investigations in Beck Row. In light of the recent excavations Andrew will discuss the results of the ongoing recording and analysis of the latest pottery assemblage and the interpretations of the supply and consumption patterns for Roman occupation at Beck Row. There will also be the opportunity to handle some of the pottery from the excavation.

This talk is part of the Fen Edge Archaeology Group series.

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