Medieval kiln unearthed in England

Published on March 24th, 2017 | by admin


A rare medieval pottery kiln has been found in southeastern England.

The kiln would have been stoked by wood from nearby trees to produce water pots, for example.

Mr Crummy said while about 40 Roman kilns had been found around Colchester this one, which is well preserved, is a rare find in Colchester.

The findings also indicate the site, close to Cants rose growers, would have been quite an industry.

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Story: Andrea Collitt, Daily Gazette | Photo: Daily Gazette

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