Patch Grove ware

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Kind of pottery with a rough grey core and an orange or brown surface, found mainly in northwest Kent and Surrey, usually in the form of wide‐mouthed storage jars and with notched decoration on the shoulder. It is in a native British tradition that lasted into the 2nd century ad.

Subjects: Archaeology.

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