grass-tempered ware

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Pottery embodying chopped grass or straw in its fabric as a tempering agent. Grass‐tempered wares are well represented amongst pagan Saxon communities of the immediate post‐Roman period in southern and eastern England; indeed the presence of such pottery is the basis upon which sites of the period are recognized.

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