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Romano-British Pottery, Revesby

Reference Name MLI40737

Romano-British Pottery, Revesby

A scatter of Romano-British pottery, to the north-west of Revesby.


A 'large amount of pottery' of Romano-British date was found in this area in 1969, in the course of excavating aircraft remains. {1}

The pottery was identified as Romano-British greyware, and was found with fragments of oyster shells, above a layer of stone sets of pebbles/boulders in Shire Wood. They were found by an aircraft wreck recovery group who were searching for a Second World War German Dornier aircraft wreck (see PRN 48624). {2}{3}

1 Index: SMR. Sites and Monuments Record Card Index. TF 26 SE: E, 1969, Healey, H.
2 Artefact: City and County Museum Collection. LM 5.91
3 Verbal Communication: J. Rosamond. 1991. Information from J. Rosamond. -

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