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The latter were often used in cremation cemeteries to hold the ashes of the deceased.

Urban potteries, for example in Thetford, Norwich and Ipswich, flourished in the Mid-Late Saxon period with most declining afterwards.

Fine vessels with incised and stamped decoration were also made. C., wheelmade pottery was being imported from the Roman world and finer 'Belgic-type' vessels were being produced in East Anglia.

These have provided us with information on what could and couldn't work, and are useful for interpreting the remains of structures in the ground.

The single flue type was in use from the Late Saxon period to the 13th c., and was superseded by the double flue type.

It was a family industry, continuing through generations.

Clay pits were usually dug quite close to the kiln, on the peasant's croft or common.