Pudding Pan

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Review – Pudding Pan: a Roman shipwreck and its cargo in context

Michael Walsh The British Museum, £40.00 ISBN 978-0861592029 Review Edward Biddulph People have been collecting Samian pottery off the coast of Whitstable in Kent at least since the 18th century. The pottery may even have inspired the name of Pudding Pan, the area of the seabed from which much of the pottery has been recovered. […]

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