Tyne and Wear HER(1896): South Shields Roman Fort, Samian dish - Details
South Shields Roman Fort, Samian dish
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A Samian dish "of large size and nearly perfect, showing the potter's mark, and a scratched inscription, was found when excavating for the cellar of a house at a depth of seven feet below the surface. Higher up the rising ground were possible wall foundations.
<< HER 1896 >> Tyne and Wear Museums, 2001, Hadrian Primary School, Baring Street, South Shields, Archaeological Assessment, appendix 1 South Shields Gazette & Daily Telegraph, 20 February 1875 R. E. Hooppell, 1878, On the discovery and exploratrion of Roman remains at South Shields, Natural History Transactions Northumbria, Durham and Newcastle upon Tyne, VII