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Crambeck ware


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A type of pottery made at Crambeck, North Yorkshire, which was widely distributed across the north of England and North Wales in the second half of the 4th century ad. Common types include cream‐coloured mortaria and parchment wares, imitation Samian ware forms, and a range of lead‐grey kitchen wares.

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