A Nice (and Dry) Day Out - Superb BA Pottery

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We were fortunate to get out on some newly drilled land in dry weather!

We recovered 18 Roman coins, a denarius of Septimius Severus (AD 206), a sestertius of Faustina I (AD 150) and other artefacts.
As mentioned in the pottery section, we recovered over 2kilo's of Roman pottery from the field surface.
This piece of potery below is really special, a fragment of Peterborough Ware, Mortlake sb-type dating to at least BC 2700 and may be as old as BC 3500.
Peterborough Ware BC 2700
Peterborough Ware BC 2700
Faustina I AD 150
Faustina I AD 150
Constantine II AD 328 - AD 339
Constantine II AD 328 - AD 339

All the finds can be seen here: https://flic.kr/s/aHsmX2JwSv

Thanks for looking. :thumbsup:
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Beautiful bit of pottery :Star: Love pottery fields, although they are rather distracting!
Yes I really don’t like Roman coins, I’m not joking
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