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F.06: A mixed context. This contained a sherd of late 18th or early 19th-century creamware (<1g), three sherds of 16th to 17th-century German stoneware (15g), seven sherds of 16th to 17th century glazed redware (29g) and a sherd of 13th to 15th-century brown courseware.

Glass

F.18, <035>: contained a base fragment derived from a cylindrical bottle, or possibly a goblet. It weighs 4g, and is post-Medieval in date. Two fragments of window glass were also present in this context.

Pottery

1 plant pot, 1 blue and white early 19th century sherd, 1 abraded sandy-Roman.

Pottery

F.18: A mixed context. This contained two sherds of 19th century refined white earthenware (30g), a sherd of 19th century lead-glazed earthenware (8g), two sherds of 18th century Staffordshire salt-glazed stoneware (11g), a sherd of 18th century Chinese export porcelain (7g), a sherd of 18th century Westerwald stoneware (3g), a sherd of 18th century creamware (4g), seven sherds of 16th to 17th century German stoneware (including both Frechen and Raeren) weighing 85g, nine sherds of 16th to 17th century Babylon-type lead-glazed earthenware (44g), one sherd of 16th to 17th century bichromatic red earthenware (15g), 15 sherds of 16th to 17th glazed red earthenware (178g), 20 sherds of 16th to 17th century plain red coarseware (including plant pot) weighing 391g and six sherds of residual 13th to 15th century grey coarseware (50g).

Pottery

F.19: a 16th or 17th century context. <051> contained 13 sherds of plain red coarseware (120g), two sherds of glazed red earthenware (20g), a sherd of Frechen stoneware (10g), a sherd of lead-glazed earthenware (<1g) and two sherds of residual 13th to 15th century grey coarseware (13g). <046> contained three sherds of glazed red earthenware (10g), a sherd of plain red coarseware (3g) and a sherd of residual 13th to 15th century Medieval Ely ware, which has a 14th century floruit (7g).

Pottery

F.07: this contained a sherd of 16th to 17th century glazed red earthenware (66g).

Pottery

Some with green glaze. All Essex Red wares including graffito slip.

Pottery

Six sherds of pottery, consisting of three Nene Valley colour coated wares and three sandy greywares. One of the sherds of Nene Valley ware is decorated with white painted swirls and berries, dating it to the 3rd century AD.

Pottery

Some with green glaze. Late Roman and 16th century Surrey.

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