Bottle

Description
The upper part of a blue-green glass bottle. These bottles were used during the later first and early second centuries AD and are reasonably common finds on Roan sites.
This bottle was found when the South Devon Link Road was built near Kingskerswell. Archaeological work was carried out by Wessex Archaeology and AC Archaeology in advance of construction of the bypass and comprised the excavations of an important prehistoric and multi-phase Romano-British enclosed settlement site and associated remains at Aller Cross.
Accession Loan No.
22/2009/7/2
Collection Class
Devon archaeology
Common Name
bottle
Simple Name
bottle
Full Name
green blue glass bottle
Period Classification
Roman (43-410)
Production Year Low
70
Production Year High
150
Family Group

Material
glass
Collector / Excavator
AC Archaeology
Collection Site Name
A380 South Devon Link Road (2009-2011), Aller Cross
Collection Parish
Kingskerswell
Collection Town
Kingskerswell
Collection County
Devon
Collection Country
United Kingdom: England
Collection Area Region
Northern Europe
Collection Continent
Europe

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