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

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Site Name: Bursea House (NE of)

Kiln Number: Halkon's Site B1

Grid Reference: SE81603372

County: YORKSHIRE: EAST RIDING AND YORK

Parish: HOLME UPON SPALDING MOOR (4)

Geology: wind-blown sand over clay

Situation: level

Height above OD: 5 m

Water Supply: water-level near surface, R Foulness 800 m SW

Circumstances of Record: renovating farm buildings; surface observation

Excavator/Observer: A S Johnson

Date of Record: 1970s and early 1980s

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Site Features and Finds: quantities of pottery, fired clay with twig and grass impressions (?kiln superstructure), and burnt cobbles (?floors), suggestive of kiln site nearby' 'old marl pit' to N may represent former RB clay-diggings

Pottery: grey gritty Dales-type vessels and grey 'Throlam' wares similar to products of Hasholme kilns

Date of Pottery: ?3/4

Reference(s): Halkon 1983

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