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Lymington, Hampshire
New Forest National Park Authority’s archaeologists and historic buildings team in southern England, sharing our fascinating heritage

John Durden Collection


The John Durden collection consists of 13 artefacts held at the British Museum. Originally excavated by Bartlett in 1852 from a Roman pottery kiln at Crook Hill, New Forest, they were sold separately to Durden, before being acquired by the British Museum in 1892. The pots themselves date to between AD260-370 and are wasters that warped and broke during the firing process.