Saturday 16 March 2019, 10.00AM to 4.30pm
Pottery is one of the most common archaeological finds. It is also arguably the most useful, interesting and rewarding of archaeological objects. This course will focus on practical hands-on access to genuine archaeological pottery found in the York area, from Roman Samian ware to post-medieval ceramics. We will discuss how to identify and interpret pottery, and explore how pot was made and used.
Barry Crump BA MSc MRes