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Talk: Medieval Trade Exports and their story in our area

Pieces of Ham Green Ware were found at the Barn by Wessex Archaeology in 2017. And the neighbouring church is St Michael's.
The small settlement of Pill become famous for pottery exports in Medieval times. What is the cultural significance behind the use of Ham Green jugs?
Dundry stone was used in the Bristol region and exported to South Wales and Southern Ireland during the 12th and 13th centuries. How was the stone moved and why?
And what has St Michael got to do with all of this???
Speaker Philip Ashford explores these questions and more in this talk on Medieval trade in Ham Green Pottery and Dundry Stone and it's cultural, economic and archaeological significance in our local area.

Barn open from 6:30pm with the talk starting at 7pm. Bar available. Free parking on site.
Booking online is advised, but there may be tickets available on the door.
The talk is also available online as a livestream on Zoom and pre-booking is essential to get the emailed link by 6pm. Tickets online via the Barn website or direct on Ticketsource.

For further details about Winterbourne Medieval Barn see www.winterbournebarn.org.uk
WMBT Registered Charity number 1112908
contact@winterbournebarn.org.uk
Talk starts at 7pm.
Tickets £7.50 (for the livestream this is per device)
Winterbourne Medieval Barn, Church Lane, Winterbourne, Bristol BS36 1SE
Tue 19 July
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