Fuelling Roman pottery kilns in Britain and North Africa: climatic, economic and traditional strategies
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Leitch, V. (2019). Fuelling Roman pottery kilns in Britain and North Africa: climatic, economic and traditional strategies. [Book chapter]. https://doi.org/10.17863/CAM.46331
This book, and the conference upon which it was based, were funded by: the Oxford Roman Economy Project (OxREP), University of Oxford; a private contribution from Jim Ball (former FAO forestry director, and Commonwealth forests director); the British School at Rome; and the Finnish Institute of Rome. The editors would also like to acknowledge the support of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, and the Department of Archaeology (University of Sydney).
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