Details of relevant entry in The Pottery Kilns of Roman Britain by Vivien Swan

As utilised in the website hosted by Oxford Archaeology on behalf of the Study Group for Roman Pottery

Tollingham


No record in Swann, site excavated in 1996 by East Riding Archaeological Society following a watching brief by Hull Archaeology Partnership. It was as an emergency excavation during construction of a lorry park.


“An area of approx. 11m x 6m was cleaned revealing a clay kiln, associated stoking pits and a waste pottery dump. Similar to those at Hasholme, the kiln had two pedestal supports for the pot floor, but was constructed at a shallower depth so that the top had been sliced off by the machine [during site clearance by contractors].

A very large quantity of pottery was recovered, which appears to be of 4th century date. It includes loop-handled jars, flagons, wide mouth jars, flanged bowls, carinated cups and flat bottomed dishes. “

Extracted from ERAS 44, August 1966