A group of late medieval pottery

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A group of late medieval pottery

These three vessels were found in a pit in Trichay Street, associated with leather objects datable to the years c. 1350-1450. All are examples of local pottery, probably made fairly close to the medieval city. The large globular jug to left is an example of an 'Exeter striped jug' whilst that to the right copies the form of contemporary French jugs.

Acknowledgments: RAMM Exeter Archaeology

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