News and meetings
June 27, 2019
The final installment in today's conference paper bonanza is Derek's paper on the Worcestershire Ceramics Fabric Reference Collection, where he reflects on its design, use, and how the model may be applied to other material in future. Enjoy!
Another paper from the Worcester meeting was Jane Evans' exploration of Iron Age pottery from hillforts in Herefordshire, featuring some excellent bird-stamp decoration.
June 18, 2019
The programme for our meeting on Saturday is confirmed! Lots of Neolithic goodies this time... Please contact us if you want to attend!
10.30 Coffee and Biscuits
11.00 AGM – Chaired by Grace Jones
12.15 Alistair Barclay (Cotswold Archaeology)
Some new Grooved Ware from...
June 3, 2019
Here's the manuscript of my paper on fabric descriptions in ceramic analysis, presented at our meeting in Worcester in 2018 - hopefully it's of use and interest to many of you!
I came across a series of published fabric descriptions recently which did not seem quite r...
I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!
Later prehistoric ceramics - beyond the digital resource?
The carbon footprint of our 2018 conference in Worcester
A view from the hills
Pots for life and pots for death
Developing a national prehistoric pottery form typology - some thoughts
June 21, 2019
Salisbury 22 June 2019
Temper and tempered: Please do not use these words lightly
Salisbury Spring meeting & AGM 22 June
Cooking fats, temper, and hillfort pots