FOREWORD - Maria Duggan, Sam Turner and Mark Jackson ; CERAMICS AND ATLANTIC CONNECTIONS 250-700 AD: THE AFRICAN PERSPECTIVE - Michel Bonifay ; A HANDFUL OF SHERDS: A RETROSPECTIVE LOOK AT IMPORTS IN ATLANTIC BRITAIN - Ewan Campbell ; BRITAIN IN THE ATLANTIC: LATE ANTIQUE CERAMICS AND CONNECTIONS - Maria Duggan ; A RED SLIP FLANGED RIMSHERD DISCOVERED IN IRELAND: AN EXPLORATION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL DEPOSITION AND PROVENANCE USING AUTOMATED SEM-EDS ANALYSIS (QEMSCAN) - Amanda Kelly, Martin Feely, Edward P. Lynch and Gavyn K. Rollinson ; MEDITERRANEAN POTTERY IMPORTS IN WESTERN GAUL DURING THE LATE ROMAN PERIOD (MID 3RD-EARLY 7TH CENTURY AD): STATE OF KNOWLEDGE - Joachim Le Bomin ; A LA RECHERCHE DU TEMPS PERDU! A NEW APPROACH TO DOMESTIC CERAMICS OF LATE ANTIQUITY (4TH-6TH CENTURIES AD) IN THE HEART OF AQUITANIA SECUNDA (SOUTH WEST GAUL) - David Guitton ; LATE ANTIQUE ATLANTIC CONTACTS THROUGH THE CASE OF GALICIA - Jose Carlos Sanchez Pardo ; LATE CONTEXTS FROM OLISIPO (LISBON, PORTUGAL): ESCADINHAS DE SAO CRISPIM - Jose Carlos Quaresma ; LATE ROMAN IMPORTED POTTERY IN THE SOUTHWEST OF LUSITANIA: THE CASE OF TROIA (PORTUGAL) - Ana Patricia Magalhaes, Ines Vaz Pinto and Patricia Brum
Maria Duggan works on European Late Antique and early medieval archaeology, particularly focusing on late Roman and Byzantine pottery and long-distance exchange and contact. She is currently a British Academy Postdoctoral Fellow at Newcastle University and the British School at Athens, conducting research on the imported ceramic assemblage from Tintagel, Cornwall. Mark Jackson is Senior Lecturer in Archaeology at Newcastle University. He teaches and researches Late Antique, Byzantine and early Islamic archaeology in the Mediterranean and has a particular research interest in ceramics. Sam Turner works on medieval archaeology and the cultural heritage of landscapes, with particular interests in Britain, Europe and the Mediterranean. He has worked at Newcastle University since 2004, where he is now Professor of Archaeology and Director of the interdisciplinary McCord Centre for Landscape.