Glastonbury ware

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A type of middle Iron Age pottery manufactured at a number of centres in the southwest of England. A wide range of forms are known, principal amongst which are globular bowls, jars, and shouldered bowls. Incised decoration in curvilinear motifs and so‐called tram‐line pattern is common.

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