Iron Age Pottery
Several large fragments of pottery was recovered from abandoned grain storage pits. These examples would have formed part of large food preparation, storage or cooking jars manufactured in the region and are typical of the Late Iron Age period.
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An additional model of Iron Age pottery recovered from New Place can be accessed here: https://sketchfab.com/Centre-of-Archaeology/collections/shakespeares-new-place
- Object Type: Iron Age Utilitarian Artefact
- Origin Year: 700BC- 43AD
- Dimensions: 120mm x 120mm x 11mm
- Materials: Ceramic