This new book brings together, in an easily accessible form, information from all currently known archaeological and documentary sources about the 700-year history of pottery production sites and potters across Buckinghamshire, gathering excavation reports, field names, parish records and national censuses alike to portray a once-important Buckinghamshire industry.
Pots, Potters and Potteries
of Buckinghamshire 1200-1910.
Published October 2019.
Records of Bucks (volume 59) includes articles on newly-discovered Romanesque wall painting at St Mary’s Church, Old Linslade, the effects of the Wars of the Roses on Chesham, and Marlow’s medieval manor hall.
Excavation report from the 2008 mid-Anglo-Saxon cemetery at Radcliffe School, Wolverton. A4 Paperback, 155 pp, 120 illustrations, Price £18 + £2 p&p. Contact BAS at firstname.lastname@example.org to obtain a copy.
The site contained eighty-one inhumation burials and two cremations, accompanied by a wide range of grave goods. This cemetery, the largest of its type in Buckinghamshire to date, is probably linked with the nearby Saxon settlement at Wolverton Mill, predecessor of the modern Wolverton (in Saxon , Wulfheres Tün – ‘Wulfhere’s estate’).