1998 Conference: Pottery in England 900 to 1200 AD

16th May 1998
Museum of London Interpretation Unit

The following papers were presented:

(MC* denotes published paper in Medieval Ceramics Vol.*)

The right information in the right place: putting pottery into context – John Oxley, City of York Council

The origins and development of Late Saxon pottery in 9th and 10th century Mercia – Paul Blinkhorn, Oxford Archaeological Unit

Influence or immigrants? Foreign influence on English pottery c.900 to 1200 AD – John Cotter, Canterbury Archaeological trust

Pottery at Saint-Denis, 10th to 12th century – Nicole Meyer Rodrigues, Unite d’Archaeologie de Saint-Denis

Alien and mundane: pots in the metropolis 900 to 1200 – Lyn Blackmore and Jacqui Pearce, Museum of London Archaeological Service

Putting the cart before the horse – or – talking about the Saxo-Norman pottery of Staffordshire (MC22-23) – Deborah Ford, City Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent

Chester’s pottery after the conquest – the missing years? – Julie Edwards, Chester Archaeology

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