Wilderspool ware

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A type of Roman mortaria manufactured in a distinctive pink through to orange‐brown sandy fabric at kilns around Warrington in Cheshire, England, during the 2nd century ad. Products were distributed across northwestern England, North Wales, and southwestern Scotland. Some of the products were stamped with the potter's name, for example Amenus, Austinus (115–165 ad), and Decanio (130–165 ad).

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