Concordance with Southwark typology
Southwark Highgate type Form
IIA1-4 1.1 Bead-rim jar
IIA5-6 1.4 Bead-rim jar
IIA11-13 1.5 Bead-rim jar
IIB 2.1 Plain S-shaped jar
IIG2 3.1 S-shaped jar with cordon
IIE 4.2 S-shaped jar with band at shoulder
IIE 5R S-shaped jar rims
IIF 6.1 Everted-rim jar
IIL 7.1 Storage jar
IIIG 9 Carinated beaker
IIIE1 11.1 Ovoid beaker
IIIF2 12.1 Poppy-head beaker
IIIF4 12.2 Poppy-head beaker
IIIF6 12.3 Poppy-head beaker
IVF2 13.0 Hooked-rim bowl
IVF3 14.2 Hooked-rim bowl
IVH 17 Beaded-rim pie dish
IVJ2 18.2 Plain-rim dish
IVC 19 Cylindrical bowl
IB 29 Ring-necked flagon

Marsh & Tyers (1978), 546–580


Concordance with Corpus
Fabric Corpus Highate type Form
HWB 329-336 1.1 Bead-rim jar
HWB 337-338 1.2 Bead-rim jar
HWB 329-362 1.4 Bead-rim jar
HWB 347-349 2.2 Necked jar
HWB 350-351 7.2 Storage jar
HWB 352-356 7.1, 7.5 Storage jar
HWB 357-361 7.3 Storage jar
HWB 362-369 13 Hooked-rim bowl
HWB 373-374 14.4 Hooked-rim bowl
HWB 379 13.1, 14F Hooked-rim bowl with tripod feet
HWB 387-389 15 Lid
HWB 390 21 Plate with plain rim
HWB 392 24 Campanulate pedestal cup
HWB 394-395 20.2 Plate with internal moulding and flat base
HWC 397 1.4,1.5 Bead-rim jar
HWC 400 407 3.1 Necked jar
HWC 401-405 4.2-4.4 Necked jar
HWC 408 409 6.1 Everted-rim jar
HWC 410 411 8.1 Narrow-necked jar
HWC 418-421 11.1 Ovoid beaker
HWC 423-427 12.1-12.3 Poppy beaker
HWC 428-430 13.2 Hooked-rim bowl
HWC 431-445 13 Hooked-rim bowl
HWC 447 17 Beaded-rim pie dish
HWC 448 19 Cylindrical bowl
HWC 451-455 15 Lid

Davies et al. (1994), 74–88. Full text available from the Archaeology Data Service through this link (8Mb pdf).


Sources

The Highgate typology presented here is derived in large part from that developed in Tyers (1977), which was subsequently used as a cross-reference for the material described in DUA ‘grey-literature’ reports (Davies & Tyers 1983; Davies 1983). Further work carried out at that time, particularly on the bowls, is incorporated in the current type series.

References

Davies, B.J. 1983. Highgate C fabrics from London - their chronology and typology. Early Roman pottery from the City of London. DUA.

Davies, B.J., B. Richardson. & R.S. Tomber. 1994. A dated corpus of Early Roman pottery from the City of London. The Archaeology of Roman London 5. London: Museum of London.

Davies, B.J. & P.A. Tyers. 1983. Highgate B and allied fabrics from London - their chronology and typology. Early Roman pottery from the City of London. London: Department of Urban Archaeology, Museum of London.

Marsh, G.D. & P.A. Tyers. 1978. The Roman Pottery from Southwark, in J. Bird, A.H. Graham, H.L. Sheldon, & P. Townend (ed.) Southwark Excavations 1972-74: 530–607. Joint Publication - London and Middlesex Archaeological Society and Surrey Archaeological Society 1. London.

Tyers, P.A. 1977. The Highgate Wood Roman pottery industry and its origins. BSc thesis, University College, Cardiff.