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Exeter puzzle jug

The Exeter puzzle jug is one of the most extraordinary pieces of medieval ceramics to have been discovered in northern Europe. The design shows two bishops at the top, young...

Green glazed French jug

One of three green glazed French jugs found during excavations at Smythen Street/Market Street in Exeter. The Exeter: a Place in Time (EAPIT) project has recently carried out research on medieval...

Green glazed French jug

One of three green glazed French jugs found during excavations at Smythen Street/Market Street in Exeter. The Exeter: a Place in Time (EAPIT) project has recently carried out research on medieval...

South Somerset ware jug

An amazing survival, this almost compete jug is a superb example of the typical everyday domestic pottery used in medieval Exeter. The Exeter: a Place in Time (EAPIT) project has recently...

Ridge tile

This tile was used at Bowhill House, Exeter but was made in Totnes....

Jug fragments

These sherds come from Trichay Street in Exeter, and were once part of a Normandy green-glazed jug. The jug was decorated with applied stripes and pellets, and was covered with...

Jug fragment

This sherd was excavated from a kiln in Trichay Street in the early 1970s. It comes from a globular North French Jug....

Jug fragment

This sherd of Medieval pottery comes from a pit group in Trichay Street, and was made locally. It is handmade from fabric 62, and is glazed....

Jug or Pitcher fragment

This South Somerset hand fired jug base was found in a dumped deposit in St Edmund’s Church, It dates to the 15th century and was probably discarded during the building...

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