095 - Pottery

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[095], F.33: a 16th century or 17th century context. This was dominated by glazed red earthenware (34 sherds, weighing 494g), and also contained a quantity of Frechen stoneware (22 sherds, weighing 574g); three fragments bearing embossed decoration – including portions of two coats of arms – were identified. Also present were five sherds of bichromatic red earthenware (30g), six sherds of Babylon-type lead-glazed earthenware (71g), two sherds of tin-glazed earthenware (4g) and six sherds of plain red coarseware (216g), plus two residual sherds of 15th to 16th century Seigburg stoneware (33g), and two sherds of 13th to 15th century grey coarseware (15g).

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