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14th-century pottery site in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey

excavations at 70-76 Eden Street

by Pat Miller

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Published by Museum of London Archaeology Service in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- England -- London.,
  • Kilns -- England -- London.,
  • Pottery, Medieval -- England -- London.,
  • Kingston upon Thames (London, England) -- Antiquities.,
  • 70-76 Eden Street Site (Kingston upon Thames, England)

  • Edition Notes

    StatementPat Miller and Roy Stephenson.
    SeriesMoLAS archaeology studies series -- 1
    ContributionsStephenson, Roy., Museum of London Archaeology Service., Surrey Archaeological Society.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 54 p. :
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18259265M
    ISBN 101901992071

    Brass rubbing from tomb of Robert and Joan Skerne, All Saints Parish Church, Kingston upon Thames. Robert Skerne (died was MP for Surrey in and again in Joan Perrers Skerne (- ) Joan was the illegitimate daughter of Alice Perrers and King Edward III of England. Joan married Robert Skerne. The brasses are at All Saints Churchyard.   This post is adapted from my book, King Alfred: A Man on the Move, available from would be great if you could support this project by purchasing a copy. I was contacted by somebody who noticed that there was a window depicting King Alfred in a church at Busbridge, not far from Godalming in first I thought that this window was just a random dedication to King .


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Kingston's Archaeology. KUTAS has been involved in many excavations and investigations in and around Kingston upon Thames. Its fi rst project was the pottery kiln site excavated in at the corner of Lady Booth Road and Eden Street. The rest of the site was excavated later.

Get this from a library. A 14th-century pottery site in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey: excavations at Eden Street. [Pat Miller; Roy Stephenson; Museum of London. Archaeology Service.; Surrey Archaeological Society.] -- Excavations at Kingston upon Thames exposed four 14th century medieval Surrey Whiteware kilns.

This assemblage has made an important contribution to the variety of forms. Buy A 14th-Century Site in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey: Excavations at Eden Street (MoLAS archaeology studies series): 10 (Mola Monograph) 1st Edition by Pat Miller, Roy Stephenson (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

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It flows through Oxford (where it is called the Isis), Reading, Henley-on-Thames and Windsor.⁃ coordinates: 51°41′39″N 2°01′47″W /. History. A major pottery industry has existed in the Farnham area since Roman times and in the 16th century supplied London with a substantial part of its pottery requirements.

In the Middle Ages, Farnham clay was shipped by river to Kingston upon Thames and surrounding villages, where it was potted; collectively this is known as "Surrey whiteware".

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