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MONUMENT NO. 354146

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Medieval pottery kiln and clay pits were recorded during excavations at The Roses, Toynton All Saints during the 1950s and 1960s. The kiln was a Musty type 3 kiln, which was circular in plan and had a diameter of 10ft, the kiln walls survived to a height of 18 inches. The kiln produced a range of glazed jugs pancheons and cooking pots in Toynton ware, a sandy fabric of local Jurassic clay which was often glazed. The kiln was archaeomagnetically dated to 1275-1300.

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