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Sherd, whetstone
Date Made/Found: 43-450 AD
Material and Medium: Ceramic
Department: Archaeology
Accession Number: 1961.204
Sherds of Romano-British pottery found in Fulwood, Sheffield. These sherds are of Derbyshire Ware which was a common form of Romano-British pottery around 100-200 AD. It was made in Derbyshire and is characterised by its gritty texture and the colour which ranges from red to grey. These sherds were found during the building of a new bungalow in the 1960s along with a whetstone and a sherd of medieval pottery.

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