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Volume 1 (1977):

  • ‘Neutron Activation Analysis of Medieval Ceramics’, by A Aspinall.
  • ‘A note on Continental imports in the North West 800-1700 AD’, by PJ Davey and JA Rutter.
  • ‘The Brenig Hafod: a study of pottery use, dispersal and survival on an upland site’, by JP Greene.
  • ‘Red-painted pottery in North-Western Europe: new light on an old controversy’, by R Hodges.
  • ‘An approach to pottery study: Stamford Ware’, by K Kilmurry.
  • ‘Some aspects of pottery quantification’, by AG Vince.
  • ‘Annotations on Anglo-Saxon pottery’, by JG Hurst.
  • ‘Medieval Pottery Research Group – constitution’.
  • ‘Museum Documentation Association – proposed pottery record cards’, by JD Wilcock.

Volume 2 (1978):

  • ‘Documentary evidence for the uses of medieval pottery: an interim statement’, SJ Moorhouse.
  • ‘La Poterie Carolingienne de Trans (Ille et Vilaine, France)’, by Loic Langoet and Daniel Mouton.
  • ‘An experimental tile kiln at Norton Priory, Cheshire’, by JP Greene and B Johnson.
  • ‘Pottery from excavations in Hull’, by G Watkins.
  • ‘Polychrome Ware and Italy’, by D Whitehouse.
  • ‘A bibliography of North African medieval pottery’, by G Vitelli and D Pringle.
  • ‘The Welsh Medieval Pottery Research Group’ – note by N Kerr.

Volume 3 (1979):

  • ‘Three approaches to the problem of pottery descriptions’, by A Robinson.
  • ‘The Clogher Yellow Layer’, by R Warner.
  • ‘An early 13th century double-flued pottery kiln at Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim: an interim report’, by ML Simpson, PS Bryan, TG Delaney and A Dickson.
  • ‘Tudor Green: some further thoughts’, by S Moorhouse.
  • ‘Description and inference with the Late Medieval pottery from Qsar es-Seghir, Morocco’, by CL Redman.
  • ‘Methods of cataloguing pottery in Inner London: an historical outline’, by M Rhodes.
  • ‘Note: Glossary of less common pottery forms’, by R Hodges.

Volume 4 (1980):

  • ‘Technology, supply or demand?’, by H Blake.
  • ‘Forum Ware again’, by D Whitehouse.
  • ‘Late Saxon pottery from Oxfordshire: evidence and speculation’, by M Mellor.
  • ‘Techniques of pottery manufacture in East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire’, by C Hayfield.
  • ‘A further note on the origins of Saintonge polychrome jugs’, by KJ Barton.
  • ‘A petrological examination of the Downpatrick kiln pottery’, by M McCorry.
  • ‘The use of the terms quartz and quartzite in ceramic inclusions’, by RC Wright and PJ Davey.

Volume 5 (1981):

  • ‘Three large pottery groups from Saint-Denis, a comparative approach’, by Olivier Meyer, David Coxhall and Nicole Meyer.
  • ‘The determinations of archaeomagnetic field variations from archaeological ceramics’, by Ken Games.
  • ‘Early-Middle Saxon pottery in Northampton: a review of the evidence’, by Mary Gryspeerdt.
  • ‘Medieval pottery from Wissant (N France)’, by Bob Alvey and Frans Verhaeghe.
  • ‘The medieval pottery of Palestine and Transjordan (AD 636-1500): an introduction, gazeteer and bibliography’, by Denys Pringle.

Volume 6 (1982):

  • ‘The First Gerald Dunning Memorial Lecture: Gerald Dunning and his contribution to medieval archaeology’, by JG Hurst.
  • ‘Medieval ceramics in South-East England: a regional research strategy’, by Anthony DF Streeten.
  • ‘The social and economic changes of the later Middle Ages and the pottery of the period’, by Christopher Dyer.
  • ‘Towards a wider view of pottery production – a potter comments on some archaeological reports’, by Jose Bosworth.
  • ‘An analysis of pottery from Elgin and North-East Scotland’, by Stephen Cracknell.

Volume 7 (1983):

  • ‘The Second Gerald Dunning Memorial Lecture: Low Countries medieval pottery imported into Scotland – notes on a minor trade’, by F Verhaeghe.
  • ‘Documentary evidence and its potential for understanding the inland movement of medieval pottery’, by S Moorhouse.
  • ‘A future for medieval pottery studies?’, by PJ Davey.
  • ‘Low Countries pottery in Elgin, Scotland’, by F Verhaeghe and W Lindsay.
  • ‘A semi-circular firecover from the Tyler Hill kilns, Canterbury’, by S Moorhouse.
  • Corrigenda: Ceramics and Trade, PJ Davey and R Hodges (eds).

Volume 8 (1984):

  • ‘The Third Gerald Dunning Lecture: Three aspects of the wheel-turned pottery of Dorestad – a synopsis’, by WA van Es, AC Bardet and WJH Verwers.
  • ‘Kangan: a traditional pottery in Southern Iran’, by D Whitehouse.
  • ‘Anglo-Saxon pottery and die-stamps: preliminary notes on a programme of experimental archaeology’, by MA Stokes.
  • ‘The use of petrology in the study of medieval ceramics: case studies from Southern England’, by AG Vince.
  • ‘Roulette Ware’, by S Gelichi.
  • ‘A preliminary note on a Late Saxon ware from Nottingham’, by V Nailor.
  • ‘A note on the completion of the final draft of the ‘Basic Terminology for Medieval Pottery in North Germany’, by H Lüdtke.

Volume 9 (1985):

  • ‘The Fourth Gerald Dunning Memorial Lecture: Sex, Magic and Dr Gerald Dunning’, by John Cherry.
  • ‘Diffusion or impedance – obstacles to innovation in medieval ceramics’, by Clive Orton.
  • ‘Looking at cross-fits’, by Duncan Brown.
  • ‘Archaeomagnitude determinations for Britain and South-West USA from 600AD to 1700AD and their implications for medieval pottery studies’, by KP Games and PJ Davey.
  • ‘The pottery supply of Duisburg, Rhineland, in the ninth-tenth century’, by Antje Kluge Pinsker.
  • ‘The earliest dated finds of pottery in Ribe’, by Per Kristian Madsen.
  • ‘Twelfth and Thirteenth Century Coventry Wares, with special reference to a waster group from the Cannon Park Estate (Lychgate Road), Coventry’, by Mark Redknap.

Volume 10 (1986):

  • ‘The Fifth Gerald Dunning Memorial Lecture: Potters and Pots’, by Jean Le Patourel.
  • ‘Pottery stamps – a Middle Saxon viewpoint’, by ID Riddler.
  • ‘The Early Medieval pottery from Quentovic – an interim note’, by C Coutts and M Worthington.
  • ‘Late Saxon tiles from Coventry’, by MA Stokes with D Tweddle.
  • ‘Analytical analysis and manufacturing techniques of Anglo-Saxon tiles’, by IM Betts.
  • ‘Dung tempering? A Late Norse case study from Caithness’, by DRM Gaimster.
  • ‘Interim note on a Twelfth Century pottery kiln from Canterbury’, by N Macpherson-Grant.
  • ‘A survey of the research of Danish medieval pottery’, by P Kristian Madsen.
  • ‘Non-dating uses of medieval pottery’, by S Moorhouse.
  • ‘The National Reference Collection of Medieval Pottery’, by J Cherry.

Volume 11 (1987):

  • ‘The Sixth Gerald Dunning Memorial Lecture: Roof tiles – some observations and questions’, by JM Lewis.
  • ‘A closely dated group of Late Medieval pottery from Mount Grace Priory’, by J Roebuck and G Coppack with JG Hurst.
  • ‘A note on the terminology of pottery making sites’, S Moorhouse.
  • ‘Notes on ‘Hertfordshire Greyware’ vessels from recent excavations in St Albans, with particular reference to size and shape as demonstrated by two new computer programs’, by AB Havercroft, A Turner-Rugg and G Rugg.
  • ‘Stamford Ware fabrics’, by HN Leach.

Volume 12 (1988):

  • ‘Theory and practise in medieval ceramic studies’, by Peter J Davey.
  • ‘Pottery and archaeology’, by Duncan Brown.
  • ‘An attempt to make a replica 14th century Lincoln ware jug’, by Andrew MacDonald.
  • ‘Documentary evidence for medieval ceramic roofing materials and its archaeological implications: some thoughts’, by Stephen Moorhouse.
  • ‘The popularity of medieval vessel forms in Humberside’, by Colin Hayfield.

Volume 13 (1989):

  • ‘The 8th Gerald Dunning Memorial Lecture: The Continuing Tradition’, by P Brears.
  • ‘The National Reference Collections of Medieval and Later Pottery’, by D Barker, B Nenk and M Redknap.
  • ‘Middle Saxon pottery from the Buttermarket kiln, Ipswich, Suffolk’, by P Blinkhorn.
  • ‘Caracterisation des productions des potiers Parisiens du XIIIème au XIXème Siècle’, by JC Echallier and J Bonnet.
  • ‘An analysis of rim fragments of 14th century globular pots excavated in Utrecht’, TJ Pot and HL de Groot.
  • ‘The York medieval tile-making experiment – a potter’s tale’, by J Hudson.

Volume 14 (1990):

  • ‘Ceramic Production in Dorset and the Surrounding Region’, by PS Spoerry.
  • ‘Scottish Medieval Pottery: a Review’, by P Cheer.
  • ‘The Survey of Medieval Ceramics from South-East Wales’, by C Papazian.
  • ‘A Class of Non-Flemish Highly Decorated Ceramics found in the Bruges Area’, by B Hillewaert.
  • ‘Red-painted Wasters from Urbar, near Koblenz (Rheinland-Pfalz)’, by M Redknap

Volume 15 (1991):

  • ‘The Ninth Gerald Dunning Memorial Lecture: Knuston Hall to Knuston Hall’, by T Hoekstra.
  • ‘The Medieval Pottery Industry of Rockingham Forest, Northamptonshire’, by G Foard.
  • ‘Three Pottery Bird Whistles from Stanion, Northamptonshire’, P Blinkhorn and JG Hurst.
  • ‘An Aquamanile and a Spouted Jug in Lyveden-Stanion Ware’, by B Nenk and H Walker.
  • ‘The Origins of Medieval Pottery in South-East Wales’, by S Clarke.
  • ‘Recent Work on Medieval and Later Building Materials from London’, by I Betts, N Crowley and J Keily.

Volume 16 (1992):

  • ‘Metalworking ceramics’, by J Bayley.
  • ‘A group of kiln waste from Harding’s Farm, Mill Green, Essex’, by FM Meddens and M Redknap.
  • ‘The imported pottery from Fast Castle, near Dunbar, Scotland’, G Haggarty and S Jennings.
  • ‘Juggling Jakobakannen’, by H Clevis.
  • ‘The history of the Archive of Early Saxon Pottery Stamps’, by T Briscoe.
  • ‘An Anglo-Saxon mammiform pottery vessel from Barton-on-Humber’, by P Didsbury.
  • ‘Saxon and Medieval pottery from Eynsham Abbey, Oxfordshire’, by C Underwood-Keevill.
  • ‘The pottery from Stratton Village, Biggleswade, and a nearby kiln at Everton, Bedfordshire’, by A Slowikowski.
  • ‘Oilpot or what?’, by I Reed.
  • ‘Medieval tile wasters from Monmouth’, by S Clarke.
  • ‘Early pantiles from London’, by I Betts.
  • Conference Summaries, by L Blackmore and M Redknap.

Volume 17 (1993):

  • ‘No sex, some H-M and lots of fine trade: medieval ceramic studies in Italy’, the 10th Gerald Dunning Memorial Lecture, by H Blake.
  • ‘Ligurian Tablewares of the 13th to 15th centuries. New archaeological and thin section data’, by F Benente, A Gardini and S Sfrecola.
  • ‘Italian pottery exported during the 15th and 16th centuries’, by M Milanese.
  • ‘Imports of Spanish pottery to England in the Later Middle Ages’, by W Childs.
  • ‘Seville coarsewares, 1300-1650: a preliminary typological survey’, by A Pleguezuelo-Hernández.
  • ‘Martincamp Ware: a problem of attribution’, by P Ickowicz.
  • ‘Imported pottery from the Bruges area’, by B Hillewaert.
  • ‘Late medieval pottery on Dutch shipwrecks and a well-dated inventory of the Early 15th century’, by K Vlierman.
  • ‘The imported pottery of Late Medieval Southampton’, by D Brown.
  • ‘A Developed Stamford Ware coin-hoard pot from Wainfleet, Lincolnshire’, by B Nenk.
  • ‘A devotional or amuletic ceramic purse from London’, by J Stevenson.
  • ‘Continental stove-tiles from Canterbury’, by J Cotter.
  • ‘Imported pottery in the medieval kingdom of Denmark’, by A Vince.
  • The economic and social history of Renaissance maiolica’, by D Whitehouse
  • ‘Conference Summary: Medieval Europe 1992 – the ceramic component’, by L Blackmore.

Volume 18 (1994):

  • ‘An Overview of Medieval Pottery Production in Spain Between the Thirteenth and Fifteenth Centuries’, by J Marti.
  • ‘Iberian Unglazed Pottery from Antwerp (Belgium)’, by J Veeckman.
  • ‘Dutch Redwares’, by JM Baart.
  • ‘Pottery, the Port and the Populace: the Imported Pottery of London 1300-1600 (Part 1)’, by L Blackmore.
  • ‘Imported Pottery in South-West England, c1350–1550′, by J Allan.
  • ‘Thumbed and Sagging Bases on English Medieval Jugs: A Potter’s View’, by RW Newell.
  • ‘Late Medieval Ceramics in Norway’, by I Reed.
  • ‘Early Glazed Ware from Medieval Denmark’, by T Christensen, A-C Larsen, S Larsson and A Vince.
  • ‘Two Stamford-type Ware Modelled Birds from London’, by B Nenk and J Pearce.
  • ‘Oven-floor Tiles from a Tile Kiln in Farnham Park, Farnham, Surrey’, by N Riall.
  • ‘Coin Hoard Pots, Humber Ware Drinking Jugs and the Problem of Nomenclature’, by S Jennings and C Barclay.
  • ‘Ceramic Use Zones in Medieval Scotland’, by P Cheer.
  • Conference Summary: Artifacts from Wrecks: the Archaeology of Material Culture from Shipwrecks of the Late Middle Ages to the Industrial Revolution (P Courtney)
  • Conference Summary: World Ceramics Congress 1994, The Cultural Heritage (MJ Hughes and CR Orton)

Volume 19 (1995):

  • ‘Trade in Pottery Around the North Sea The Eleventh Gerald Dunning Lecture’, by A Vince
  • ‘Shell-Tempered Ware From the Frisian Coastal Area’, by H Stilke
  • ‘Pingsdorf-type Ware – An Introduction’, by C Keller
  • ‘A Medieval Pottery Kiln at Ashampstead, Berkshire’, by L Mepham and M Heaton
  • ‘Medieval Pottery from St Albans’, by A Turner-Rugg
  • ‘Floor Tiles in Medieval and Post-Medieval Scotland’, by C Aliaga-Kelly and E Proudfoot
  • ‘Some Notes on Splashed Glazes’, by R Newell
  • ‘Notes on Some Staistical Aspects of Pottery Quantification’, by M Baxter and H Cool
  • ‘The genetic information preserved in ceramics – a new tool for archaeological studies’, by A Lima-de-Faria
  • ‘Conference Summary: Le VIe Congrès International sur la céramique Médiévale en Méditerranée, Aix-en-Provence’, by G Démians d’Archimbaud

Volume 20 (1996):

  • ‘The Late Medieval Pottery Industry on the North Suffolk Border’, by S Anderson, A Breen, J Caruth and D Gill
  • ‘Lead Glazing Technique from a Medieval Kiln Site at Hanley Swan, Warwickshire’, by D Hurst and I Freestone
  • ‘Glazed Eleventh-Century Wall Tiles from London’, by I Betts
  • ‘Results of Neutron Activation Analysis on Tating Ware and the Mayen Industry’, by H Stilke, A Hein and H Mommesen
  • ‘Middle Meuse Valley Ceramics of Huy-type: A Preliminary Analysis’, by W Giertz
  • ‘A Complete Anthropomorphic/Zoomorphic Jug from Aberdeen’, by A Cameron
  • ‘The Dean’s Dump? or the Merchant of Stafford?’, by DA Ford and A Gutiérrez
  • ‘Interim statement on the excavation of a medieval kiln site at Eden Street, Kingston Upon Thames’, by R Stephenson and P Miller

Volume 21 (1997)

  • ‘Islamic Pottery in Christian Europe from the 10th to the 15th Century: The Twelfth Gerald Dunning Lecture’, by D Whitehouse
  • ‘The Excavation of Two late Medieval Kilns with Associated Buildings at Glapthorn, near Oundle, Northamptonshire’, by G Johnston
  • ‘Evidence for the Early 16th-Century Surrey-Hampshire Border Ware Industry from the City of London’, by J Pearce
  • ‘Misplaced Faith? Medieval Pottery and Fieldwalking’, by C Gerrard
  • ‘Cheapish and Spanish. Meaning and Design on Imported Spanish Pottery’, by A Gutiérrez
  • ‘Pots from Houses’, by D Brown
  • ‘Ceramics and the History of Consumptio: Pitfalls and Prospects’, by P Courtney
  • ‘Medieval Vessels of Other Materials – A Non Ceramic View’, by G Egan

Volume 22-3 (1998-99):

  • ‘When did pots become domestic? Special pots and everyday pots in British prehistory’, by A Woodward
  • ‘A Late Saxon pottery industry in Staffordshire: A review’, by D Ford
  • ‘The trials of being a utensil: Pottery function at the medieval hamlet of West Cotton, Northamptonshire’, by P Blinkhorn
  • ‘A medieval pottery kiln in Hallgate, Doncaster, South Yorkshire’, by C Cumberpatch, A Chadwick and S Atkinson
  • ‘London’s earliest medieval roofing tiles: A comparative study’, by TP Smith
  • ‘Sixteenth-century pottery from St. Albans’, by A Turner-Rugg
  • ‘Irish medieval pottery – a proposal’ by C Sandes
  • ‘Brickware objects of Low Countries origin in the collections of Hull Museums’, by D Evans and F Verhaeghe
  • ‘Jan Emens Menneken of Raeren: auf der Pfau and far off?’, by W Giertz
  • ‘Reduction and oxidation in English medieval kiln practice’, by RW Newell
  • ‘Minimum standards: Sampling and statistics’, by C Orton
  • ‘Minimum standards for quantifying pottery’, by P Arecelin and M Tuffreau-Libre
  • ‘A medieval pottery kiln from Stead Lane, Thorner, Leeds’, by C Cumberpatch and I Roberts
  • ‘An early medieval pottery production site at Bury Hill, Melton, Suffolk’, by S Anderson
  • ‘Platform Wharf imported pottery: Potter’s inspiration or stock-in-trade?’, by R Stephenson
  • ‘Left-learning handles’, by RW Newell
  • ‘Four zoomorphic roof finials from Worcester’, by L Jones
  • ‘Some early clay roof tiles from Bishop’s Waltham Palace, Hampshire’, by N Riall

Volume 24 (2000):

  • ‘The Medieval Pottery Research Group at Twenty-Five: Past, Present and Future’, by Various Authors
  • ‘The Formation of the Second Generation: A Documented Version of the Origin and Early History of the MPRG’, by H Blake
  • ‘Imported Ceramics Studies in Britain’, by J Hurst
  • ‘Identity and Ethnicity: A Ceramic Case Study from the Isle of Man’, by P Davey
  • ‘Pottery Studies in the North-West 1975-2000 and Beyond’, by J Edwards
  • ‘Scottish Pottery Studies: 25 Years On’, by D Hall, G Haggerty and C Murray
  • ‘Aspects of the Production, Ecolution and Use of Ceramic Building Materials in the Middle Ages’, by P Drury
  • ‘The Gerald Dunning Archive and the Study of Medieval Ceramic Roof Furniture’, by B Hurman and B Nenk
  • ‘Reinventing the Sherd: 25 Years of Pottery Statistics’, by C Orton
  • ‘Fabric and Food: 25 Years of Scientific Analysis of Medieval Ceramics’, by M Hughes and J Evans

Volume 25 (2001):

  • ‘Medieval pottery from Forehill, Ely, Cambridgeshire’, by David Hall
  • ‘Some late 12th or early 13th century great brick at Farnham Castle, Surrey’, by Nicholas Riall
  • ‘A medieval pottery clam-kiln, possible workshop and settlement at Eshott, Northumberland’, by Piers Dixon and Amanda Crowdy
  • ‘An evaluation of geochemical fingerprinting for the provenancing of Scottish redware pottery’, by Simon Chenery, Emrys Phillips and George Haggerty
  • ‘Historically visible by archaeologically invisible? The Huguenots of Spitalfields’, by Nigel Jeffries
  • ‘From maiolica to delftware: tin-glazed earthenware in London and the Low Countries, 1570-1630’, by John Black
  • ‘Prologues and epilogues in Islamic ceramics: clays, repairs and secondary use’, by Marcus Millwright
  • ‘Post-Roman pottery unearthed: medieval ceramics and pottery research in Greece’, by Athanasios K Vionis
  • ‘PotWeb: museum documentation – a world vision’, by Jeremy Haslam, Maureen Mellor and Jonathan Moffett

Volume 29 (2005):

  • ‘Pottery and identity in Saxon Sussex’, by Ben Jervis
  • ‘The ‘material culture’ of monasteries in Liguria between the late middle ages and the early modern age’, by Paolo de Vigno
  • ‘The use of wooden vessels in medieval institutions’, by Robin Wood
  • ‘A late medieval whiteware from Clarence Street, York’, by Alan Vince
  • ‘Normandy Whitewares from Ronaldsons Wharf, Edinburgh’, by Alan Vince and Richard Jones
  • ‘The use of ceramics in late medieval and post-medieval monasteries: Data from three sites in eastern Flanders’, by Koen de Groote
  • ‘An unexpected ‘catch’ for the Brixham trawler Cataer’, by Phillip Armitage and Kate Armitage

 

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