A concentration of Romano-British pottery was collected in this area in c. 1995, indicating the possible presence of a Romano-British site in the vicinity. (1)
112 sherds of pottery (2322g) were examined. A great deal of Derbyshire ware was recovered from the site, including cupped and hooked rim jars, some grey ware (including sherds from a flanged bowl and a hooked rim from a wide-mouthed vessel), a small fragment from a Nene Valley colour-coated, indented beaker of the late 2nd or 3rd century, and sherds from two hammerhead mortaria suggesting a date in the later 3rd or 4th century. The range of material indicates a Romanised settlement. (2)
Cartographic materials: Surface Collection Map: A. Palfreyman 1995.
Unpublished document: Leary, R. 1996. Littlehay Grange, Ockbrook, Derbyshire. Romano-British Pottery Interim Report and Archive: with Reports on Pottery From fieldwalking. 284. SMR Doc. No. 284.
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Centred SK 4321 3591 (87m by 92m) (Centre)
OCKBROOK, EREWASH, DERBYSHIRE
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