'Roman Britain died with a long drawn-out sigh'

Kevin Leahy in an article in Current Archaeology (210) about Cleatham one of Britain's biggest Anglo-Saxon cemeteries:

' Roman Britain probably died, not with a bang but a long drawn out sigh.'

He was explained the presence of four pots in the roman tradition, but unlike any known Roman pots suggested the techniques continued for a while into the 5th Century after the mass-produced industry closed down.

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