Pottery Groups - Tabular Display

This table presents the basic data for each of the pottery groups (sets of pottery fragments belonging to the same class and form recovered in the same context) documented for the Palatine East assemblage.

The data in the table can be reordered by sorting and selected for by filtering.

A sort can be performed on any of the columns except Form. To sort the records in a column in alphanumeric order, click the column heading. To reverse the order, click the column heading a second time. To undo a sort and return the table to the default ordering, click the Reset button.

A filter can be performed for the following columns: Context, Class, Form, Depositional Status. To filter, use one of the filter menus located in the area above the table. To perform a filter, scroll down the list of terms and click the term on which you would like to filter, then click the Apply button. To filter on two or more of the terms, hold down the Control key, click each of the desired terms, then click the Apply button. To undo the filter and return to the unfiltered table, click the Reset button.

For each of the pottery groups included in the table there is a record form that presents the same information as that presented in the table in a different format. To access this form, click the entry for the desired pottery group in the Pottery Group column. The record form is laid out in two columns, with the left-hand column presenting basic information regarding the pottery group and the right-hand column the quantitative data regarding the pottery group grouped by vessel part measures or other measures and presented in collapsed view. To open any of these groupings, click the heading. To collapse an opened grouping, click the heading a second time. Groupings and fields that contain no data for a particular context do not appear in the record form. To return to the table from the record form use the Back arrow.

Abbreviations used:
Bd: Body
Bs: Base
Cap: Capacity Measure
Ct: Count (= number of fragments)
Depos: Depositional
EVE: Estimated Vessel Equivalents
EVREP: Estimated Vessels Represented
F: Form
H: Handle
R: Rim
Wt: Weight (= weight of fragments)