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Tating ware pottery from Kaupang. Notice cross motif on the left hand pitcher. To the right the top of one of the Borg pitchers (from : Mikkelsen in Viking 2002 : Munch, Johansen & Roesdahl 2003 :

Medieval pottery pitcher, probably imported from the Bordeaux area of France along the River Severn trade route in the fourteenth century, and discovered during excavations on the Lychgate site in the 1960s.

Medieval pottery pitcher, probably imported from the Bordeaux area of France along the River Severn trade route in the fourteenth century, and discovered during excavations on the Lychgate site in the Accession Number: OSHT:saint

merovingian vessel merovingien merovingienne vase 6 century very rare frankish

merovingian vessel merovingien merovingienne vase 6 century very rare frankish

Pitcher Date: 900s - 1000s This spouted pitcher is made from a type of pottery called Late Saxon Shelly ware, after the abundance of crushed oyster shells added to the clay. Accession number: 23112 Place made: Oxfordshire Place of collection: Drapers' Hall (adjoining), Throgmorton Lane, Bank EC2 [City of London] [Jan 1871? (re-acc)] Material: ceramic Measurements: H 320 mm; DM 310 mm; WT 5 kg

Photograph: Grey ceramic pitcher with 3 small handles connecting the rim to the body. There is also a round spout at the rim.