The Archaeology of the Clay Tobacco Pipe, Volume 15
This study reports on one of the largest and best dated assemblages of clay pipes recovered from the site of Port Royal in Jamaica. Many of the pipes came from Bristol and date to the 17th century AD. Recovered during excavations at Port Royal between 1981 and 1990, many of the pipes came from sealed contexts and their distribution could be mapped in detail. Georgia Fox's study discusses her methodology and the excavations, and includes a large catalogue and typology and raises questions and issues which are of relevance on a much wider scale for the study of clay pipes in Northwest Europe in general.
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INTRODUCTION TO THE STUDY AND METHODOLOGY 1
SUMMARY OF DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS
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12 Jamaica 1692 earthquake 17th-century 4B BOWL TYPE 5/64 PIPES RECOVERED apprenticed ARTIFACT NUMBER/PROVENIENCE backside BOWL TYPE Bristol pipemakers Bristol Port Books Bristol Port Records Broseley Brunswick Pattern cartouche century Clay Tobacco Pipe colonial sites database date range Davey decorative Dutch pipes earthquake Edward excavations export found at Port freed Hurry and Keeler IB PR85 Lot International Series Jackson and Price Jamaica Probate Inventories kaolin clay pipes London MAKER'S MARK makers mark was found marked pipes Martin's Hundred Mary's City Noel-Hume North American sites Oswald Type Oxford PARALLELS pence per gross pipe stems pipes at Port pipes found pipes were found pipes were recovered Port Royal pipes PR83 Lot PR90 Lot previous discussion recovered by Marx Robert Tippet shipments smoked pipe STEM DIAMETER Texas A&M University Tudor rose typology Unknown ATTRIBUTION Unknown PIPES RECOVERED Virginia Walker Type William Evans Yard 4A BOWL Yard 4B yard areas Yards 4A/4B