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Place Ashtead Roman villa by Scott Vanderbilt — last modified Oct 21, 2019 09:30 AM
The site of a Romano-British villa complex that included a bathhouse and tile works, occupied from ca. 67-79 CE until its abandonment ca. 200 CE.
Place Bardown Roman industrial site by Scott Vanderbilt — last modified Oct 23, 2019 12:46 PM
Site of Roman bloomery and iron mining pits, dating from the late 1st century CE to ca. 220.
Place Beauport Park Archaeological Site by Scott Vanderbilt — last modified Jul 08, 2019 09:32 AM
The largest known Roman iron-making site in the Weald, with the remains of a substantial bath house.
Place Bovium? by A.S. Esmonde Cleary — last modified Jan 09, 2019 09:34 AM
Bovium? was the site of a brickworks that supplied the Roman fort of Deva Victrix.
Place Chemery by C. Haselgrove — last modified May 26, 2019 10:13 AM
Chemery (modern Chémery) was the site of an important Gallo-Roman productive center for sigillate pottery. It was, in fact, the principal pottery of Saturninus and Satto.
Place Chesterton/Holditch by A.S. Esmonde Cleary — last modified Jul 16, 2019 10:22 AM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 8 E1 Chesterton/Holditch
Place Coppa Nevigata by I.E.M. Edlund Berry — last modified Aug 06, 2017 09:50 AM
Coppa Nevigata is an archaeological site located on the Apulian coast of the Gargano peninsula southwest of Manfredonia.
Place Coulanges by H.S. Sivan — last modified Jun 20, 2015 04:28 PM
A site with evidence for large-scale pottery production.
Place Douarnenez by P. Galliou — last modified Jan 09, 2019 09:28 AM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 7 B3 Douarnenez
Place El Gallinero by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Feb 09, 2018 06:24 PM
The remains of a Roman ceramic workshop and manufactory.
Place El Kab by Iris Fernandez — last modified Aug 20, 2016 10:24 AM
An ancient Egyptian site with settlements dating back to prehistoric and Pharaonic times. The site also features rock-cut tombs from the 18th Dynasty and two temples primarily in use from the Early Dynastic period to the Ptolemaic period.
Place Ermaia Akra by M. Euzennat — last modified Oct 20, 2012 03:13 PM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 28 B2 Ermaia Akra
Place Ewhurst by A.S. Esmonde Cleary — last modified Jan 09, 2019 09:35 AM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 8 G3 Ewhurst
Place Gebel el-Haridi by Gabriel Mckee — last modified Dec 17, 2018 02:43 PM
An archaeological site located within Sohag Governate, near the village of El-Khazindariya, with evidence for human activity stretching from the Sixth Dynasty of the Old Kingdom to the late Roman Empire and the Coptic period.
Place Green Ore by Scott Vanderbilt — last modified Oct 24, 2019 09:50 AM
Site of a Roman lead-working settlement at Rookery Farm, and findspot of a group of four lead ingots excavated in the 1950s.
Place Grimscar Roman tilery by Scott Vanderbilt — last modified Sep 21, 2018 05:22 PM
The site of a Roman military tilery operated by the Fourth Cohort of the Breuci.
Place Hernals by L.F. Pitts — last modified Jan 09, 2019 10:05 AM
An ancient place, cited: BAtlas 13 B4 Hernals
Place Industrial area at Sexi/Saxetanum by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Jun 05, 2018 05:37 PM
Extensive archaeological evidence of the fish processing industry is evident at Sexi/Saxetanum.
Place Kerameikos by Jeffrey Becker — last modified Jan 09, 2019 09:43 AM
A district of ancient Athens located northwest of the Acropolis, the Kerameikos takes its name from the potters' workshops in the area; the portion of the district lying outside the Dipylon Gate served as a necropolis.
Place La Graufesenque by H.S. Sivan — last modified Jan 12, 2019 11:38 AM
La Graufesenque is the name of an archaeological site located in southern France at the point of the confluence of the Tarn and Dourbie rivers. The archaeological site is across the river valley from Millau, known in antiquity at Condatomagus. The site was famous for its large-scale production of high quality red terra sigillata pottery. This was produced in enormous quantities and exported across the western Roman world. Production of this type began in the reign of Augustus.

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