dishes of the same type were also found in the pit, but in these the white colouring of the interior was replaced by a pinkish red. The only other pits in which this pottery, coloured on the interior, was noted, were No. LXXVI, which also contained early Terra Sigillata, and No. XI. It is interesting to compare the outline of vessels of Type 39 with that of Type 49, a type of dish most commonly met with in the later pits and ditches.

It is probable that in this coloured pottery we have a variety imported from the Continent. It occurs on the Rhine, and may be seen both at Mainz and in the Kam Collection at Nymwegen. The common shape of the dishes is that of Type 39. The exterior being of a grey colour, the interior red, the pottery showing a black colour in the break. On the Rhine, such red coloured pottery probably begins as early as the first half of the first century.

Type 34

Plate XLVI., Type 34; also Plate XLIX. (B), Fig 9. Small shallow bowl of grey ware, somewhat coarse. Height 1¾ inches, diameter 4¾ inches. It is without any decoration. On the bottom the marks of the cord employed to separate it from the mass of clay are distinctly visible. It was found in Pit LXXV, in association with fragments of a bowl and cup, Dragendorff's Types 29 and 27, and the typical early broad-rimmed mortaria.

Type 30

Plate XLVI., Type 30; also Plate L. (A), Fig. 6. Cylindrical bowl of somewhat coarse, thick, yellow-grey ware with rather flat rim. Height 4½ inches, diameter at the mouth 3¾ inches, showing traces of fire. Pit LVII, at the Baths. Probably first century.

Type 32

Plate XLVI., Type 32; also L. (B) 8. Plate of yellowish-grey ware with a pink colouring in the interior. Figure 27
FIG. 27. No. 1, DITCH
The quality is of moderate fineness. Height 118 inches, diameter 618 inches. Found in Pit XI, in association with the cooking-pot, Type 36. A plate of what appears to be the same material, and showing the same colouring in the interior, is to be seen in the Kam Collection at Nymwegen.

Fragments of plates resembling the specimen in shape but without the colouring in the interior were found in the ditch of the early fort and in Pit LXII (Fig. 27, Nos. 1 and 2).