Craft, production and art
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The manufacture and distribution of consumer goods in Iron Age Britain was a complex process involving production and exchange on several different levels. Beneath the all-embracing pattern imposed by overseas networks, which remained a signiﬁcant factor throughout, there lay two systems of no lesser importance: specialist localized production, with its own limited spheres of distribution, and home production geared to the needs of the immediate kin group. The latter satisﬁed the bulk of the population’s needs.