Normandy whitewares from Ronaldson’s Wharf, Leith, Scotland

Vince, A. and Jones, R.E. (2005) Normandy whitewares from Ronaldson’s Wharf, Leith, Scotland. Medieval Ceramics, 29, pp. 25-30.

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Samples of two whitewares from Ronaldson's Wharf, Leith, both putative Normandy products, (Haggarty, G 2006), were selected by George Haggarty, courtesy of John Lawson the City of Edinburgh Archaeologist. The comparative data include samples of Rouen glazed wares, Rouen early glazed wares (10th/11th century), York Early Glazed Ware (which is probably a Lower Seine product) and La Londe ware from the kiln site (immediately south of Rouen on the south side of the Seine), La Londe ware from consumer sites in the British Isles (Vince 2006), Normandy Gritty ware from sites in Exeter (Hughes forthcoming) and various other French and putative French whitewares.

Item Type:Articles
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Jones, Dr Richard
Authors: Vince, A., and Jones, R.E.
College/School:College of Arts & Humanities > School of Humanities > Archaeology
Journal Name:Medieval Ceramics

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