In several chapters, particularly 5, 8 and 9 it has been necessary to refer extensively to assemblages of pottery. Pottery is vitally important for the establishment of sequences, for the deﬁnition of regional groupings and for throwing some light on the complexities of commercial production and trade. For this reason we illustrate here a representative selection of the major groups. Where vessels have been drawn from the original material, the source is given as ‘author’; when they are drawn from published sources, the publication is cited. Reference to the site list (Appendix C) will, in the case of unpublished material, give the present location of the collections. All drawings are at quarter the original size.