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08:01 Apr 13, 2005
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English to French translations [PRO]
Science - Archaeology
English term or phrase: "A" gritted ware
Small finds in the primary site of the ditch included several potsherds of East Kent early iron age, "A" gritted ware, and an ovoid sling-bolt of burnt clay precisely matched by one from a hillfort in Belgium.

Does any one know what it means? Thanks
Bram Poldervaart
Local time: 20:42

Summary of answers provided
3eroded/corroded [dish of] ware
Emilie Laferrière



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gritted ware
eroded/corroded [dish of] ware

may be

Emilie Laferrière
Local time: 20:42
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
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