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Jug

This jug (shown on the right in the photograph) was discovered in a medieval rubbish pit in Exeter. The fine white clay and multi-coloured decoration show it was made in...

Pitcher jug

This jug was made in France and was one of many pottery fragments which had been used to fill in a late medieval lime kiln in Trichay Street, Exeter. The...

Jug

This jug was discovered in 1950 in the remains of a medieval well in Exeter. It is decorated with slip and metallic stripes....

Fragments of a glass jug

This medieval glass jug is made from green 'potash' glass and was discovered by archaeologists in Exeter. Only the the rim, neck and adjoining handle have survived....

Jug with metallic stripes

This jug was discovered in a medieval rubbish pit in Exeter. It is decorated with metallic stripes and applied clay pellets around the rim....

Jug

This jug (shown on the left in the photograph) was discovered in a medieval rubbish pit in Exeter. The fine white clay and multi-coloured decoration show it was made in...

Jug spout

This ceramic ram’s head is from a water jug called an ‘aquamanile’, used for washing hands during meals. The jug was made in Lincoln and discovered by archaeologists in Exeter....

Jug with circle and dot decoration

This baluster jug was found in a medieval rubbish pit in Exeter. It is decorated with vertical metallic stripes and punched circle-and-dot decoration....

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