Pottery

Pottery makers flourished during the first and second centuries AD. Archaeologists have discovered kilns on the outskirts of Roman Canterbury, near the sources of clay, water and firewood, where a range of cooking wares and tiles were produced. The local potters worked in Roman styles which would have supported the...

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A POETIC PREVIEW TO LAUNCH NEW ACQUISITION

Last Friday saw the launch of a remarkable new acquisition on display at Canterbury Roman Museum. Excavated by Canterbury Archaeological Trust and declared one of the key finds of 2012 by the British Museum, a rare soldier’s helmet from the time of Julius Caesar, has now found a permanent home...

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